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Apple has just announced the next-generation iPhone 4S, which is powered by an A5 chip and sports an 8MP camera.

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Apple has announced slightly updated version of the iPod Nano and the iPod Touch, along with a revised pricing.

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eBay India has been working on extending their reach to mobile internet users in India. After launching a mobile website at m.ebay.in, eBay has been releasing apps for all major mobile platforms in the Indian market.

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iPhone Users Vulnerable To Address Book Snarfing Via Skype XSS

Skype iOS vulnerability allows for remote theft of address book by sending a single message.

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Samsung is planning to make Bada an open source platform in 2012, in a bid to make it more popular among developers.

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Square Enix has announced that it will be releasing several classic jRPGs such as Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy Legends for the Android and iOS platforms. This announcement at the TGS comes at the heels of the news of the Square Enix Marketplace for the Android. Quite a bunch of retro jRPG lovers are pleased at this announcement.

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The total number of apps on the iOS and Android platforms are now more than 1 million. This number includes the live as well as inactive apps though.

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Some iOS and Android developers are planning to take down their apps for 5 days and boycott Apple and Google for their lack of support against patent trolls like Lodsys and Macrosolve.

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An interesting discovery by FOSS Patents has been made today. FOSS Patents reports that in Apple’s case against HTC, which is currently underway with the U.S. International Trade Commission.

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A new report suggest that Apple is testing a new diagnostics tool for iOS devices

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Today, MacStories has discovered that Adobe released a new iOS app called “CreatePDF”. “CreatePDF” is a $9.99 universal app allowing users to easily create PDFs on their iPhones or iPads.

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Today, Research firm NPD released its new mobile phone track report for the second quarter of 2011.

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At the end of March, Chitika Insights reported that Verizon was the largest Android carrier, due to the carrier’s migration from RIM’s BlackBerry to Android throughout 2010.

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Android now has a 40.1% share of the U.S. smartphone market, while iOS commands a 26.6% share, according to the latest ComScore numbers.

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US Dept. of Commerce drops $44,000 on iPhones and iPads. Saying goodbye to RIM?

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