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The Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is just a few days away now. This year the expectations from the WWDC event are higher than before.

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E73 Mode

Nokia has launched the Nokia E73 Mode in the United States today. According to Nokia, the Nokia E73 is a “sober-suited” successor to the Nokia E72.

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Along with the C1, C1-01 and C1-02, Nokia today has also launched the Nokia C2. The Nokia C2, like the C1, sports dual-sim functionality.

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Today, Nokia has officially announced three new low-end C series handsets. The handsets are known as the Nokia C1, C1-01, and the C1-02.

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Android

Android has always been criticized for its “fragmentation”. Google did say at its I/O conference that with Android 2.2 Froyo, it is trying to stop fragmentation.

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Danuisoft DVD Creator

Need to create a DVD some homemade videos with some awesome effects? Need to make a small slideshow consisting of video and audio? Well, Daniusoft DVD Creator for Mac comes to the rescue then!

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Acer Ferrari

Acer has launched a special edition of the Acer Liquid e handset. The special edition handset is known as the Acer Liquid e Ferrari handset.

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The Amazon Kindle is a very popular electronic book reader in the US. The device lacks a colour display, and Wi-Fi but has still managed to grab 60% of the U.S market share.

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The LG GW910 in all probability will be the first WP7 based phone from LG’s stable. LG still has not spoken anything about the phone, except for its name.

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Skype has just launched a new version of the Skype application for the iPhone. The new application version is numbered v2.0, and enables free voice calls on the iPhone over the 3G network.

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As the Motorola Droid successor launch date is coming close, more and more information about the handset is popping up. Engadget got hold of the image shown below, which arguably shows the upgraded QWERTY keyboard of the Motorola Droid 2.

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The Amazon Kindle Application for Android might not be out yet, but the iPad version is officially out. Today, Amazon released the iPad version of the Kindle app in an official press release. The application is available in all the countries, where the iPad is up for sale.

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Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon will be releasing two new Motorola Droids in the month of July.

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Strontium

Strontium – a popular memory chip manufacturer in India – has launched three new series of USB flash drives. The three series are known as Key, Spin and Hulk. The Key series is the smallest in size, and is available in capacities of 2GB and 4GB.

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Today, the folks over at MeeGo.com have released the first ever netbook version of the MeeGo OS. Along with netbooks, the core MeeGo OS for the Nokia N900 has also been released.

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