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Nokia closing open connection to Navifirm
Bad news Nokia users, starting next month a Nokia Online login will be required to access Navifirm.

In an official bulletin leaked to Smartmobil, Nokia says:
IMPORTANT NEWS BULLETIN 12-21-2012 FROM NOKIA:
Nokia will close open connection to Nokia Firmware Repository during January 2013 and Implement access control…

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Samsung says it will ship 510 million phones in 2013 Boosted by what has undoubtedly been a spectacular sales year, Samsung is predicting an even stronger 2013. The Korean giant expects to ship a total of 510 million handsets this year.

Of that total, some 390 million are expected to be smartphones, while the remainder will be of the feature phone variety…

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Side-loading apps on iOS without jailbreak - now possible Whatever made the Hackulous team shut down Installous yesterday is surely giving a push to other even easier alternatives for side-loading (and, as is often the case pirating) iOS apps.

Two of them are getting quite a lot of attention since Installous shut down – Zeusmos and Kuaiyong. In fact the Zeusmos website is currently down and huge spike in interest could be one of the explanations…

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GSMArena's top 10 most popular news and reviews in 2012 2012 was a busy year for the smartphone industry, which worked pretty hard to produce some pretty good products we’ve ever seen. As expert reviewers we also had our hands full, trying to cover as many of the phones as we could get our hands on to make picking your next smartphone as easy as possible…

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Apple to replace Samsung with TSMC for the A6X chips We got new reports of Apple working towards breaking the ties with Samsung. The company is reportedly moving the production of quad-core A6X chips out of Samsung's factories. It's no secret the Korean company has been doing lots of manufacturing work for Apple, but the fierce patent war the two companies are having over the past two years is obviously having its consequences…

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Amazon and Apple have been battling it out in the courtroom about the former’s use of “Appstore” to identify its marketplace for Android apps. Apple’s own app storefront is dubbed “App Store,” and so the Cupertino firm argued that Amazon’s name could confuse and mislead customers. It looks like Apple has hit a bit of a snag in its case against Amazon, though, as Bloomberg is reporting that Apple’s claim of false advertising have been dismissed…

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What to expect at CES 2013

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The new year has begun, and that means one thing: the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is right around the corner. Officially, it starts January 8, but the press events, announcements and parties all begin days before. I will hit the ground in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, January 6, and have a couple things scheduled for that night…

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Here are the 10 most popular phones in our database for 2012 Here at GSMArena we not only try to cover all the latest news and bring you detailed reviews with all sorts of tests, but we also maintain a large database of phones specifications.

We pride ourselves on having a huge audience – large enough to accurately reflect the trends in the smartphone world…

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Sony Xperia Z “Yuga” and ZL “Odin” press renders appear
The Sony Xperia Z “Yuga” and ZL “Odin” press shots has appeared over the Sony’s official website.

There is no additional info but both smartphones are rumored to feature a 5-inch 1080p screens, 1.5GHz Snapdragon quad-core CPU with Adreno 320 graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera with Sony’s own Exmor RS sensor and to run Android 4…

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Full Review
When Samsung came out with the first Galaxy Note it was a big gamble and most people laughed at the size of the phone. Now after selling millions upon million of them and creating a new category of device (phablet) Samsung has gotten the last laugh. With the Samsung Galaxy Note II out and selling faster than original Note lets find out if this device is worth the all the hype surrounding it…

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New Years Resolution to Save Some Money? Start With Your Mobile Plan
New years resolutions we all have them but very few people keep them. Well if your resolution is to save a some money I have an easy way for you. Go pre-paid on your wireless provider! I know, I know, pre-paid equals last years phones and a junky network. Well not anymore…

It seems the pre-paid carrier Straight Talk has changed it’s ways and no longer forces you to use their outdated phones! That’s right you can now bring any GSM phone (locked or unlocked) to Straight Talk and simply buy a SIM card from them for only $14…

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For the second consecutive month, the Samsung Galaxy Note II dominated in both the People’s Choice Chart and Mobile Tech Expert’s Chart in PhoneDog Media’s Official Smartphone Rankings™. It went uncontested all month long, never straying from the #1 position. For the time being, the Samsung Galaxy Note II shows no signs of slowing down or surrendering its top spot in the charts…

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