The Huawei Ascend G600 Set To Scale Select Markets Next Month

So many new phones and so little time! IFA is underway and electronics manufacturers from across the globe have descended on Berlin to show off the latest advancements in their wares. The latest in everything from PC’s to TV’s and of course our favorite, smart phones are on display for the world to see. Some ...

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Video Calling over 3G via Skype 3.0 for iOS

Skype 3.0 3 is here and it lets allows video calls over Wi-Fi and 3G.

The iPhone finally has an alternative to FaceTime for video calling and it works over AT&T’s 3G network. That’s right—Skype 3.0 is finally out after much speculation. Of course, it uses approximately three megabytes of data a minute and could quite easily destroy your phone bill if you’re not careful. Skype 3.0 supports video calling on ...

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More Hints at Pending BlackBerry OS 6 Release on Verizon Wireless

Well the update guide has been leaked at least...

Verizon Wireless still has not released an update to BlackBerry OS 6—though Sprint has on its identical BlackBerry models—but it looks like Skype has not gotten the memo. Skype, the popular VoIP service, has released a version of its app for Verizon’s BlackBerry models that run BB OS 6. It looks like Skype expected Verizon ...

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Skype and Angry Birds both Get Updates on Android

  What two apps on Google’s Android OS do you love the most and want to see updated? Why Angry Birds and Skype of course! Skype lets you keep in touch with friends, family and associates all over the world and Angry Birds keep you from going mad during your daily office grind. Without the two, ...

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Skype Not Charging for 3G Use

Skype has dropped its plans to charge iPhone users a fee for use of its popular VoIP client over 3G. Combine the news with the fact that iOS 4 lets you multitask, and you have something that is sure to put a big smile on the faces of anyone who uses the program. Today Skype ...

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BlackBerry Internet Service Still Down in Pakistan

A couple of weeks ago, we reported that Pakistan had blocked the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS). Well, the service is still blocked and now India has given Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM), Google, and Skype an ultimatum: give us backdoor access into users data or we will throw you out of the country. The real ...

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