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Archive for June, 2011

image thumb6 How To Unlock HTC Phones

For those who find it impossible to push themselves to the limit by fearing unlocking their smartphone devices continue with a bulky preloaded carrier software. Which to be honest is useless [in my opinion], takes up a lot of your mobile storage and should be the first thing to get rid of. But if you happen to have bricked your device attempting the same, you refrain from following the best and guaranteed of procedures and step by step guides. I know I would if I were to go through this.

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image thumb5 Jailbreak Or Unlock iPhone With Ease!Getting to Jailbreak your iPhone are perhaps the most essential searches performed on any search engine. And lets be honest, they almost definitely get you a good number of hits. The only problem is with being unsure of what resource to rely on for all Jailbreak tips and how tos.

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image thumb3 iPhone 5 Almost Ready, In Final Stages Of Testing

The WWDC being an all software saga, there are rumors on the upcoming iPhone 5, stating that the next generation of the iPhone is in the final stages of its testing. If that is true, we should gear up for a near future release.

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image thumb2 Facebook Tag Suggestions Goes Global, Sort Of…

We had been anticipating a global launch of the Facebook Tag Suggestion feature for quite some time, given that it had been sporadically available to a handful of its users already. The feature simply helps ease the task of tagging friends in pictures. This is done simply matching the existing tagged photos in your albums or those of your friends to detect faces and suggest tags.

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image thumb Google +1: Déjà vu! Feature leaked before Google AnnouncementGoogle seems to have some pretty sloppy partners, especially when it comes to keeping new products and features to themselves. They somehow, almost always manage to leak upcoming news and products a day or two before Google officially does so. Read More »