• 04:13 Oct 17, 2018

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Gmail Priority Inbox on Android 2.2 Froyo

The Gmail app on Android 2.2 Froyo will now get more frequent updates than it used to. Among the new features it now supports is the Gmail Priority Inbox.

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Tata DOCOMO and Sony Music come together with 'Michael'

Michael is the flavour of the season as far as the mobile companies are concerned. Tata Docomo in partnership with Sony Music has launched the keenly anticipated album from Michael Jackson, called "Michael" for its subscribers.

Opera Software launches Opera Mini for Samsung Galaxy S

Opera Mini will now come preloaded on Samsung Galaxy S smartphones.

mig33 for Android

mig33, a mobile based social networking application, today launched a version for Android devices. Makers of the application want to ride on the wave of low cost Android phones that are becoming popular.

Sharing contacts is simpler with the iPhone app My Name is E

With iPhone application My Name is E, the process of exchanging contact information will become unexpectedly simple. The persons exchanging contact information will, however, need to be in physical proximity.

Vodafone launches 3G webpage

The 3G page on Vodafone's official website gives an overview of what 3G is and what it does. It also answers FAQs related to 3G and allows subscribers to register for these services.

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Too many Android updates

With six updates in less than two years, could Google's Android platform face serious issues with app interoperability?

Top health applications on Android

Android, the widely popular mobile operating system, offers an array of mobile health applications that help you stay fit.

Control your car with your smartphone

Mavizon Technologies has introduced Autobot, which helps you track your car, monitor its health, open the doors and control the windows - all using your smartphone.

Google eBookstore launched

Good news is that it works on almost all the devices with web access. Currently it will have 3 million titles ranging from latest best sellers to the classics.

Google Doodle now on smartphones

Google has announced that its popular Doodles (or logo art) will soon be available on devices running Android 2.0 and above, and on iPhones with at least iOS 3.0.

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Navteq launches MobileNavigator for India

MobileNavigator is a turn-by-turn navigation application for the iPhone. Users can buy the app from Apple's App Store for $70, or about Rs 3,200 and then get future updates free of charge.

Angry Birds Seasons launched for iOS and Android

With the Christmas season around the corner, Rovio brings a special treat for Angry Birds fans.

Nokia's treat for Indian Michael Jackson fans

Michael Jackson's single Hold My Hand can be downloaded free of cost from Nokia's Ovi Music Store.

Uninor launches My Music service

The new value added service allows subscribers to access over 50,000 songs across genres –- Bollywood, international, devotional and regional.

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