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Intel To Design ZTE Mobile Phone For Sale In China?

Intel To Design ZTE Mobile Phone For Sale In China?

According to Bloomberg sources, Intel may be attempting to secure a spot for their mobile chips by first infiltrating the Chinese phone market. Their sources claim that Intel has submitted designs of a handset based on a version of Intel's Atom microprocessor. The phone will be manufactured by ZTE Corp and may go on sale in China.

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Geek invents cell phone button pushing machine for weekend job

Geek invents cell phone button pushing machine for weekend job

Apparently, Mok Young Bacq works on the weekends doing some sort of work for an online gaming company that involves needing three mobile phones and being able to call a number of things stop working correctly. The guy likes to travel and the roaming charges on the mobile phones were more than he could stand to pay so he cobbled up a DIY machine to press the buttons from home over the internet.

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Stabucks mobile payment app easily scammed by simple screengrab

Stabucks mobile payment app easily scammed by simple screengrab

It appears someone at the dev center for the Starbucks app for smartphones that allows payments from mobile phones should have thought things through a bit more. If you use the app on your iPhone you need to be aware of the simple hack that will let a nefarious coffee fiend rob your account dry.

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Massively stupid thief leaves smartphone charging in house he robbed

Massively stupid thief leaves smartphone charging in house he robbed

A man has been arrested and is suspected of robbing ten or more homes in the Montgomery county area of Washington. The man is Cody Wilkins and he was caught after a homeowner walked in and saw the man rifling through his belongings.

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Nokia Bubbles proves Nokia can be innovative, Symbian 1.1 update lands

Nokia Bubbles proves Nokia can be innovative, Symbian 1.1 update lands

This may be the first time I have seen anything from Nokia and thought it was really cool. Nokia Beta Labs has unveiled a new shortcut system called Bubbles. The idea is that when you wake your phone from sleeping rather than having to unlock and then navigate to what you what you can just drag the bubble with the task you want to perform to a drop point and go directly to it.

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iASUS NT3 throat mic is aimed at drivers of convertible cars

iASUS NT3 throat mic is aimed at drivers of convertible cars

I used to own a convertible and I can tell you from experience that if my phone rang while I was driving with the top down I just didn't answer it Bluetooth or not. The person on the other end would never be able to hear what I was saying because of all the wind noise. A company called iASUS has announced a new throat mic system like you see military and police types in movies wearing that promises to pick up your voice without getting any of that wind noise.

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Lava A10 smarpthone uses IPS touch screen

Lava A10 smarpthone uses IPS touch screen

Lava Mobile Phones has unveiled a new mobile device with a big 3-inch IPS touch panel screen called the A10. The new phone has a cool design and Lava promises lots of features and cool aesthetics for users that want functionality and style. The device has the latest IPS panel tech with sharp images and high quality still photos and video. Lava says that the screen tech allows images on screen to be viewed at angles up to 178 degrees.

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GoSmart Clip hangs your smartphone on the steering wheel

GoSmart Clip hangs your smartphone on the steering wheel

If you drive and use your smartphone a lot you are asking for trouble and in many states and cities that can actually get you a ticket. You should be using a hands free device for calls and if you use that smartphone for navigation, you probably want a holder of some sort for the phone too.

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Subway lets you pay for your sub with a phone

Subway lets you pay for your sub with a phone

You know I'm not really getting the whole craze behind paying for things with your mobile phone. It sounds cool, but I always have my wallet on me and my phone so paying with one is just as good as paying with the other in my book. Moreover, when I use my wallet, I don't have to put money into weird accounts to use with my phone.

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Consumer Cellular offers mobile phone subtitles for hearing impaired

Consumer Cellular offers mobile phone subtitles for hearing impaired

When I go to the gym, I don't like to wear headphones because I always end up clanking things together without realizing it. I watch the TVs on some of the equipment and end up reading subtitles since I can't hear the sound. I can appreciate the difficulty that those with a hearing problem have not only watching TV but also communicating with people using a phone.

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Spreadtrum unveils world’s first single chip quad-SIM standby solution for mobile devices

Spreadtrum unveils world’s first single chip quad-SIM standby solution for mobile devices

If you travel a lot and need a phone that has dual SIM cards allowing you to access mobile calling and data networks in multiple countries with one device a new single chip solution from Spreadtrum will allow you even more flexibility. The new solution is called the SC6600L6 and it allows a single mobile device to have four SIM cards.

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Seals Technologies unveils VR7 rugged GSM phone with GPS

Seals Technologies unveils VR7 rugged GSM phone with GPS

A UK company called Seals Technology has unveiled a new rugged mobile phone that has GPS integrated designed to survive some harsh climates. The new phone is called the Seals VR7 and is an IP-67 rated GSM mobile phone. The maker claims that the phone is impervious to dust, dirt, shocks and drops.

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