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Opera Software has tied up with Airtel to introduce Web Pass in India, which enables instant activation of pay-as-you-go data plans.

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Palm’s webOS has made another return from the graveyard. LG has acquired webOS and will be using it in its future smart TVs.

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Samsung has announced HomeSync, an Android Jelly Bean powered media streamer that is similar to Apple TV.

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Opera Software gained 8 million new active users in January, including a sizable chunk of smartphone users, for their mobile web browsers.

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Leaked pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S3 cases suggest design sensibilities more in line with the SII than the SIII.

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Opera might have forced out close to a hundred employees in the run up to its engine switch from Presto to Webkit.

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Opera Software has announced that it will be dropping Presto and transitioning to the Chromium rendering engine and V8 JavaScript engine used by Google Chrome.

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A high resolution shot of HTC One, the next flagship Android smartphone from that Taiwanese manufacturer, has been leaked.

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Carbon for Android is finally here, and it was well worth the wait. Thoughtful animations and clever gestures make the new entrant easily one of the most beautiful apps in the Play store.

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Sony’s new my Xperia service will be similar to HTC Sense and Samsung Dive, and offer location tracking and remote wipe features to Xperia smartphone owners.

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The L7 II Dual, outed by a Russian website will introduce dual SIM support, in addition to bumping up the specs.

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Microsoft Office 2013 is now available for the general public, with the biggest change being not in the product itself, but in how it is sold.

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Nvidia GeForce Experience is a new utility that strives to makes things a bit easier for gamers with a GeForce graphics card.

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Antigua Government is planning to open up a music, movie, and software download portal that will offer pirated material to mark its protest against US violation of WTO order.

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Opera Software, the browser firm behind Opera Mini and Opera Mobile, is working on a new mobile browser called Opera Ice. Ice is being billed as the future of web browsing, and will be shaking things up in more ways than one.

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