Android

Google’s Android 4.0 mobile operating system will be codenamed ‘Ice Cream’.

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Windows Phone 7

Microsoft will be unveiling the Windows Phone 7 tomorrow at their New York office. October has been a big month for Microsoft in the past with them launching the popular Windows 7 two years back, so will this date bring them luck with Windows Phone 7 too?

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GeoHot and Dev Team Problems

GetHot’s decision to come back into the jailbreaking scene for iOS devices has not gone down with the Dev team who create iOS jailbreaks.

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The full version of Angry Birds for Android will be released next week, according to a tweet from Revo Mobile.

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Opera Software has launched Open Mobile Ad Exchange – a new “cloud-based advertising on feature phones and smartphone”.

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Skype for Android Now Available For Download from the Market

The official Skype app for Android is now available for download worldwide through the Market.

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Aircel has launched a first of it’s kind tele-healthcare delivery service for mobile phones in association with the Apollo Hospitals Group. Aimed at addressing the healthcare needs of the masses through tele-medicine, this service provides online interactive healthcare in real-time basis by utilising modern technology and telecommunications.

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BlackBerry

India’s DoT has rejected the solution offered by RIM for monitoring BlackBerry devices.

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Nokia has begun shipping Nokia N8, it’s high-end Symbian^3 device, to customers who preordered it.

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Google has begun offering paid apps in Android Market for at least a dozen more countries.

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Now you can install MeeGo on N900, Nexus One, Dell Streak and HTC Desire, thanks to unofficial ROMs cooked by fans.

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Windows-Phone-7

Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Phone 7 won’t support sharing of internet connection through tethering.

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Sony Ericsson has announced that it will stop manufacturing Symbian powered handsets and instead focus on Android. Windows Phone 7 based devices are also in the pipeline.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 (Cliaro), is rumored to be the successor to the Xperia X10 and will be launching in early 2011.

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Bharti has announced its entry into the fast-growing mobile handset business with Group firm Beetel launching eight handsets in the price range of Rs 1,750-7,000. Beetel mobile phones will be initially available via a nationwide distribution network of over 4,000 outlets across Delhi, Haryana, UP, Uttaranchal, Rajasthan, Punjab and the seven North Eastern States.

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