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Kite (Nibbio), Exynos-powered ICS/Ubuntu tablet available for preorder
The Kite, a dual-booting (Android/Ubuntu) Exynos-powered tablet is available for pre-order.

The Kite, or originally Nibbio, is created by Italian firm DaVinci Mobile Technology and will be available in two versions: the Kite 3G and the Kite Full-HD. The only difference is that the Kite 3G have a 3G radio but it lacks the high-res screen, instead it features a 1280×800 pixels resolution screen…

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BlackBerry Z10 leaks in a lengthy 1080p video demo We've seen the leaks over and over again, but this is the real deal.

Here's a lengthy video demo of the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 in its full glory. It's not an official demo, of course, we doubt we'll see one before RIM's unveiling event on January 30. But still, it's as good as it gets…

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Today’s Wallpapers 15/01/2013

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Today’s Wallpapers 15/01/2013
Check out today’s featured mobile wallpapers!  You can download these wallpapers for your favourite device in our wallpaper gallery and customize your mobile to suit your unique personality.  We are always updating our wallpaper galleries with the freshest content.  You can find the very latest wallpapers in the sidebar, so make sure to check that out every time you visit us!

Today’s 360×640 Wallpapers
      
You can download today’s 360×640 Wallpapers from our 360×640 Wallpaper gallery…

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Samsung to launch Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update in February Just over a week ago, Samsung announced the details surrounding the upcoming Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update, but didn't mention an exact date when for the start of its rollout.

Today a company spokesperson has told CNET the update for the former Android flagship is coming in the beginning of February in Singapore, with the rest of the markets to follow…

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The Nexus 7 has been available with built-in AT&T HSPA+ connectivity for a few months now, but for folks that’ve yet to pull the trigger on the cellular-enabled Jelly Bean tablet, AT&T has introduced an offer that may finally get that wallet to open up. Over on the Nexus 7 with HSPA+’s Google Play product page, it’s been revealed that AT&T will give buyers a $100 bill credit if they agree to a two-year postpaid data plan or Mobile Share add-on with their new Android slate…

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Nokia Lumia 920 AT&T – Video Review
The Nokia Lumia 920 is Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 flagship device and maybe the best Windows Phone 8 smartphone available on the market at the moment. The guys over at Mobile Burn got their hands on the phone and share their thoughts. Check the video review after the break.

At the moment the Nokia Lumia 920 is available from AT&T for $99 on a new two year contract and don’t forget “Buy one get one for free” offer…

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“Inconspicuous Mode”  Coming Soon to Windows Phone?
Microsoft has just patented a feature a called “Inconspicuous Mode” which would automatically make sure that you are not “that guy” social settings. How’s it work? It seems that your phone would take a variety of external cues and determine where you are to see if it should go into Inconspicuous Mode or not…

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Just a week after Sony officially took the wraps off of the Xperia Z, a new rumor has claimed that a tablet with a similar moniker is also in the works. According to the Twitter account @Xperia_info, Sony is prepping a new slate dubbed the Xperia Tablet Z with a 10.1-inch 1920×1200 display and Android 4…

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For years now, the Taiwanese-based handset manufacturer, HTC, has produced my favorite Android hardware. Lately, though, the company has found itself in a rather deep rut , struggling to turn a profit and combat the likes of Samsung’s two flagships for its very popular smartphone lines, Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II…

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