Microsoft buys Nokia’s phone business for $7.2 billion in an attempt to imitate Apple

If you thought that some kind of Grand Plan was afoot when Stephen Elop moved from Microsoft to Nokia in 2010, you were right: Microsoft has announced that it will acquire Nokia’s mobile phone business and a “broad intellectual property license” for Nokia’s patent portfolio, for 5.44 billion Euros (~$7.2 More...

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Is Apple preparing to release an iPhone phablet?

Samsung seems dead-set on constantly increasing the size of smartphone displays, but will Apple respond? Rumor has it that Apple is, indeed, going to enlarge the iPhone once again this year, but I’m not going to hold my breath. After all, Cupertino More...

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ASUS Padfone 2 Will Be In UK on March 1

The New Padfone 2 Finally In UK

ASUS has announce their another new smartphone-tablet, Padfone 2, will be launching in UK on March 1. Building upon the successful PadFone combination of an Android smartphone and dockable tablet for incredible mobile flexibility, PadFone 2 consists of a higher-specification quad-core smartphone and More...

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Google Map Maker

First up, let’s get a common misconception out of the way: Google Map Maker is not the My Maps feature in Google Maps. They’re 2 separate things altogether.

Now that we’ve cleared that up, what is Google Map Maker? According to the intro page:

Google Map Maker allows you to contribute, share and edit map information for


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Encrypted apps access for froyo

Okay, so some of you guys are getting impatient to download the encrypted apps (such as ExZeus, Homerun Battle 3D, etc) from the market. Personally, Homerun Battle 3D is my favorite game on Android. Com2Us are the big brains behind this awesome game. However, after upgrading to Froyo, I was More...

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Android – What is Root, Superuser & custom software?

I know Android is still a new thing in our country. Users who bought Android because they are either geeks, Linux gurus, adventurers, and explorers has passed. Now, Android is reaching a state where new users are following rather than doing their researches first. Credit goes to these people from More...

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Google sells User Experience – NOT hardware

When Google announced that it will be closing down its Nexus One store, I was really skeptical about their reasoning of “underperforming sales”. We’re talking about Google here. NOT any puny noobs on the internet market. Now during this time, I bet the iFans were going nuts, partying about More...

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Android Malaysia Community – LegenDroid.com

If you are just as enthusiast as I am in Android, I have established a community at LegenDroid. I know, there are plenty of Android communities already running everywhere on the internet. However, I’ve made LegenDroid slightly different than other communities. (more…)

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Google halts its unlocked selling theory

Its the spoken word of the week. Google has finally decided to get back to the old-skool strategy with their Nexus One. While it really doesn’t bother me much, its giving me an itch for the community. I still think that Google shouldn’t have given up on their strategy – More...

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I’m finally back again

I know..I’ve neglected this blog badly. But I think its time to change now. There have been a lot of new stuff happening around me ever since I left this blog.I feel like there’s a lot to share with the world.

Some personal heads up. I have ditched Windows for More...

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