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14 Dec 2010

Sprint Releases OS 5.0.0.1030 update for the BlackBerry Tour 9630

Sprint Releases OS 5.0.0.1030 update for the BlackBerry Tour 9630

Sprint recently released the BlackBerry OS 5.0.0.1030 update for the BlackBerry Tour 9630. It is now available for download, just follow the link below.OS 5.0.0.1030 update for the BlackBerry Tour 9630 from Sprint

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06 Dec 2010

Android 2.3 OS rumored to be released today, December 6th

Android 2.3 OS rumored to be released today, December 6th

According to a statement posted on the Notion Ink website, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread will be released on December 6th that is today. No concrete info available at this moment.

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26 Dec 2008

BlackBerry OS 5.0 Features Revealed

BlackBerry OS 5.0 Features Revealed

These are some of the features of the future BlackBerry Enterprise 5.0 OS that have been leaked today. We don't know when the new OS will be available, most likely in April 2009, but we're positive that RIM will release at least two more updates for the current 4.7 build before then. 5.0 OS features:

  • Flag messages and set reminder times on your BlackBerry.
  • View personal contact subfolders and edit contacts! Until now BES used to put all of your contacts into the Contacts application even if they were in different folders.

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19 Dec 2007

Google Android OS Live Photos

Google Android OS Live Photos

Here is one of the first live photos of Google's Android OS in action.

Gizmodo, the source of the photo says that despite the system is still a prototype, it runs light and fast, and that the programming is overall better than Windows Mobile 5.

We'll be able to test the complete version once the first Android-based handsets appear.

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05 Dec 2007

Verizon to Support Google Android OS

Verizon to Support Google Android OS

According to Lowell McAdam, Verizon Wireless CEO, the company will support and use Google's new Android mobile platform.

If you recall, last week Verizon announced that it will allow any application, any device to access its network, so the use of Android just proves the intentions.

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Microsoft to Release Windows Mobile 6.1

Microsoft to Release Windows Mobile 6.1

Microsoft are ready release its latest Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, which is already present on the Wi-Fi-enabled Motorola Q9.

Its main improvements include a much more convenient UI, the ability to set your own homepage in Internet Explorer, copy/paste functionality, and threaded SMS system.

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01 Nov 2007

Verizon and T-Mobile Handsets to Feature Google OS

Verizon and T-Mobile Handsets to Feature Google OS

Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA are in talks with Google to use its upcoming OS in their future handsets.

The search giant's mobile platform will be inexpensive and easily customizable, so carriers will be able to adapt it to their requirements.

According to Wall Street Journal, Google will announce its new operation system in mid-November and the first handsets to feature it will be available in sometime in 2008.

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