The US Library of Congress has announced new anti-circumvention exceptions to the DMCA policies which legally allow to jailbreak or root phones including iPhone, Android, webOS devices to download and install applications that have not been approved by authorities like Apple or others.

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July 20th, 2010 by Hamid

A British designer Jeremy Innes-Hopkins brings out a design concept of Nokia Kinetic and according to him this prototype is the future of Nokia mobile phones.

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Last week Google has rolled out the Nexus One mobile phone and according to Google’s mobile boss Andy Rubin Google will be happy to sell about 150,000 Nexus One mobile phone devices.

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After being living in rumors for a long period of time Google’s new phone so called Nexus One was revealed over the internet during previous weekend days by many web resources and they also have published photos of Nexus One, whereas it was not officially conformed by Google. But now Nexus as a new Google [...]

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Previously we have posted European Commission single standard mobile phone charger deal for EU countries now the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations body has announced the approval for a single new mobile phone charger which will be capable to work with any mobile phone set of future.

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The 10 big giant mobile phone companies Nokia, Texas Instruments, Apple, LG, Samsung, NEC, Motorola, Qualcomm, Research in Motion (RIM), and Sony Ericsson has submitted Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to the EU Commission on Monday, which is accepted and signed by the companies. According to that agreement these companies are going to introduce a single [...]

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Ozone is a web browser for mobile phones, which also known as O3. It is a great product due to its fast speed and outstanding performance for Nokia S60 3rd Edition devices and UIQ cell phones. It is engaged with open source WebKit. O3 gives different options to mobile users to browse client-side database support, [...]

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