Mig33 a mobile social networking application has launched a social cricket game, which mig33 members can play amongst each other.
ViewSonic, which unveiled its 10 inch dual operating system tablet and dual SIM smartphone recently, will launch these two devices in the Indian market by the end of the first quarter.
If stolen, your smartphone can be used to make purchases using your application account as most app stores today charge the mobile number rather than a credit card.
While Nokia has dumped MeeGo, Intel, its partner for the OS, is still sticking with its plans and bringing MeeGo devices to Mobile World Congress 2011.
Sony Ericsson's chief executive officer believes he would have been more worried if Nokia had decided to go with Android.
Nokia will launch Symbian devices as planned, and will even develop the platform further, but only till it is ready to use Windows 7.
Users of upcoming LG Optimus 3D will be able to capture 3D images and Video, view it without the need of a glass and also upload it on youtube and share it with others.
The cute interface of Twitter app for Android becomes more efficient. The idea seems to be compete with third party Twitter apps.
MTS will run this service for 45 days, after which it will decide whether to continue or not.
Sony Ericsson's flagship smartphone based on Android 2.3 gingerbread revealed at Mobile World congress.
Nokia will use several services that Microsoft today offers including search and advertising, apart from the Windows platform, and we will also work towards adding features to Windows 7 platform.
Android's new market -- a welcome relief to users, or a security issue?
The low cost iPhone is likely to cost Rs 9,200, and device may be out in the market this July.
Airtel Africa, Standard Chartered Bank and MasterCard have arrived at an arrangement that will enable mobile phone users to make online purchases from merchants around the world.
Amazon has launched official app for Windows Phone 7, whereas Android and iOS devices have this app in the respective app stores.