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T-Mobile may have been shut out of selling the iPhone, but its Bobsled Internet-based calling application is now available on any iOS or Android device.
Leaked HTML code in the iCloud website has revealed more on Apple's rumoured social network, which could come as part of iOS 5.
We've borrowed a Nissan Leaf for a week and we'll be updating this diary every day to give you an idea of what it's like living with an EV.
One of the few pay as you go handsets with a dedicated Facebook button, the Vodafone 555 keeps you connected without breaking the bank.
If you access Facebook from a mobile device, your phone number may be listed in your friends' contacts list. It's easy to remove your phone number, if you know where to look.
HTC spends $300 million to acquire some Beats Electronics awesomeness, but we have to admit: we're befuddled. Also, Apple is now officially the world's most valuable company, and we're happy, because they're slightly less evil than ExxonMobil. And in the worst idea we've heard in a while, the British Prime Minister floats the idea of turning off social networks to stem the rioting in London. Dude, do you WANT more riots!?
The Android 2.2 Froyo update has now started rolling out to Samsung Galaxy S, so take hold of your Kies and start connecting. We have step by step instructions.
Dual Electronics revealed the XML8150, a mechless stereo that rolls in its own iPod dock at the 2010 SEMA Show.
The long-awaited and much-delayed Android 2.1 update for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has finally started to roll out, but prepare to wait a little longer before you can download it on your own phone.
Samsung has posted a new video of its Galaxy Tab, showing off many of the Android 2.2 tablet's main features, creating buzz for its proper arrival on our shores.