Merriam-Webster app for Android phones has been updated with a new user interface, and offers distinct features like offline dictionary access and voice search without your having to spell the word you're looking for.
The application is available for free and comes with advertisements. Users can create personalised news category, by industry, region, popularity or on any other basis.
Google+ is currently available on Android and will soon be released for iOS devices as well. The Google+ service on Android may give users a reason to pick up their device more often.
Aircel is also offering a zero per cent EMI scheme with down payment of Rs 3,333, and 100 per cent cash back within 24 months, alongwith discounted tariff plans for iPhone 3GS buyers.
With telecom operators consistently reducing data tariffs to incentivise users to log on to the mobile web, Opera is betting big on mobile web browsers.
The app combines real world and computer generated imagery, a method also known as augmented reality.
Native app for Google+ social network looks to be under development and will be launched for the iPhone in the coming months.
Popular titles that could make their way into Micromax handsets include Need for Speed, Tetris, Monopoly, EA Cricket 11, Harry Potter, GI Joe and Medal of Honor.
With the new Jabra Stone2, users can make, answer, end, redial, ignore and reject a call (even call back) via their voice. It is priced at Rs 7,999.
The app is available in Windows Phone marketplace for free, alternatively users can try the ad free version of the game for $2.99 (Rs 135 approx).
Intex Tri.Do is a bar style, GPRS enabled, Java based phone that can hold three SIM cards (GSM+ GSM+CDMA).
MBlaze service offers 3.1 mbps speed through Dongles and mobile phones.
Phones that have top of the line music playback capabilities along with good all round performance.
Opera browser for Android upgrades to 11.1; brings a host of new features and tweaks.
Samsung has internationally launched a new Galaxy variant called Galaxy Z, it looks like SII but has slightly lower feature list. No clarity on India launch yet.