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iPhone: Cosmobomber Gameplay and Promo Videos

Posted by jestin Wednesday, September 16, 2009 0 comments

iPhone: Cosmobomber Gameplay and Promo Videos

Cosmobomber is fascinating fire arcade. Crash and crumble menacing asteroids with powerful weapons! Upgrade your guns and be best orbital defender in gobal ladder!


  • 5 unique Universe, each with their own guns , asteroids and fighting style15 different arenas,
  • 8 gun modifiers available in the shop : Shield, Fire accelerator, Regenerator and Cooler (each in two different power version)
  • Online Highscores
  • 9 medals for honour and fire style
  • Beautiful graphics
  • Addictive gameplay, with very attractive music


Video promo

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Opera Mini 5 Beta Preview

In this video Mark previews the popular mobile browser Opera Mini 5 Beta that got launched today. You can download the new beta from here.


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nokia 5530

This software release comes with Flash player 9 and ActionScript 2.0 support, and enhanced support for online video and music services. Touch usability has also been improved. Other improvements include Web browsing experience and defect fixes. To get this software through your device, select Applications > SW update. To download and install the selected updates select Options > Start update.

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Video demonstration of the HTC Leo capacitive screen.

[Thx Daniel]

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Sony Ericsson to release new type of headset on the 21st SeptemberYesterday, I had posted that Sony Ericsson is going to “Change The Way We Listen To Music”. Now, via twitter, Eldar Murtazin has leaked that the supposedly ground-breaking new innovation is a headset(Though I was hoping for a Phone) that automatically starts the music/radio as soon as you wear it. A novel idea though not something that I think will be able to reach mass popularity since am guessing the the headset will not come cheap.

But as any new innovation, we will keep a close eye on this new product and bring as much info on it when its released.

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According to an announcement made by the company, it will offer a range of BlackBerry smartphones and services for enterprise and individual customers on its network across all the circles it is operating in.

Aircel will leverage its strong local presence and Redington’s retail distribution channel to offer BlackBerry services across major cities in India including Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and the rest of Tamil Nadu.
Gurdeep Singh, COO, Aircel said, “We have gained significant momentum in expanding our operations in India and the launch of the BlackBerry solution is of strategic importance for Aircel’s growth. With the availability of a wide range of BlackBerry smartphones on our network, our customers can find the right model for their work and personal needs.”

Aircel customers will be able to select from a range of BlackBerry phones including the BlackBerry Bold 9000, Curve 8900, Curve 8310 and Pearl 8110.

It will offer BlackBerry Enterprise Server to corporate customers that manage their own email servers. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server software integrates with popular email clients like IBM Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange and Novell GroupWise and provides advanced security and IT policy controls to enable secure, push-based wireless access to email and other corporate data.

Aircel will also offer BlackBerry Internet Service, which is designed for smaller businesses and individuals. It allows customers to access up to 10 supported corporate and personal email accounts (including most popular ISP email accounts) from a BlackBerry smartphone.

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Johannesburg — AFTER four months of negotiations about a tie-up between the cellular giants MTN and Bharti Airtel, investors are no nearer to knowing what is likely to happen - or if anything will happen at all.

That has not stemmed the constant speculation, with anonymous leaks suggesting the deal is about to be signed, countered by rumours that the whole thing is heading for the scrapheap.

The only solid news so far is the belated interest being taken by SA's authorities, as they flex their muscles and prepare to influence any deal.

The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) now says it may stage hearings to determine whether it should - or even can - approve or veto a change of shareholding in a company holding a licence to operate in SA.

Chairman Paris Mashile told Reuters this week that once the companies drew up their documentation, Icasa would look at MTN's licensing conditions.

Reuters also quoted a senior government official as saying that a tie-up would need the Cabinet's approval.

That officialese could delay the finalisation of a deal until year's end, presuming that a deal is actually thrashed out.

The Financial Times has speculated that the plan may flounder because of the South African government. The newspaper said Trevor Manuel , then finance minister, told MTN chairman Cyril Ramaphosa last year that SA's "strategic corporations" would never be allowed to be domiciled offshore. This week, Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda reiterated MTN was a South African company, and the government was keen for it to remain here.

That suggested that a tie-up with Bharti was unlikely for the time being, the Financial Times said.

Yet that seems improbable, as Pretoria's warning was issued long before these discussions.

So MTN must believe it can work around any political opposition by the nature of its deal with Bharti, which involves cross-ownership and independence rather than a merger.

Such uncertainties prompt telecoms analyst Irnest Kaplan, MD of Kaplan Equity Analysts, to see only a 50-50 chance of it going ahead. He insists it would be a bad move.

"I have been negative about this deal since day one. I don't understand the rationale for doing it and who is going to control the entity."

A suggestion that working together would prevent them from ever bidding against each other as they expand into other countries is a false notion, Kaplan says, as their paths are unlikely to cross.

Nor is he swayed by the argument that they will gain large economies of scale for buying networking equipment. Both already have serious buying power in their own right.

Kaplan, who describes himself as "a microscopic minority shareholder", also dismisses the notion that they could share best practices.

"MTN can't be taught by Bharti how to do business in Africa.

"Bharti is very good at operating in a low-cost market, but I don't see MTN as doing a lot better because of Bharti."

Their networks are too far apart to gain any of the benefits that come from merging with operators in neighbouring countries, such as shared billing systems and crossborder roaming.

There are no compelling reasons for a tie-up, Kaplan says.

"If they want to expand into India this isn't expansion - by giving away a percentage of their company for a percentage of another company they are giving up a big portion of their business that is also growing.

"Bharti has a strong network in India and that's it."

The talks are due to end on September 30. Some analysts expect the negotiations to continue. Others say the two parties will walk away. Nobody really knows.

But the speculation will carry on regardless.

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BhartiBharti Airtel, India’s largest telecom service provider has introduced two Mobile Internet Recharge Vouchers for prepaid customers in the National Capital Region (NCR).

The telecom major has said that the effort by the company to provide mobile internet at cheaper rates to its prepaid users would allow them to have control over their internet usage.

Bharti Airtel claimed that Airtel is the first company to launch mobile internet recharge based on the ‘electronic recharge’ platform.

The company has also said that the ‘electronic recharge’ platform would be very convenient for the users and add value to their internet experience.

Mr. Shashi Arora, CEO - Bharti Airtel Limited, (Mobile Services), Delhi & NCR has said that being the leader in the Telecom market, Airtel has always tried to lead the market in ushering affordability and convenience for its customers.

The newly launched vouchers will be priced at Rs 26 and Rs 95 respectively.

The Rs 26 voucher will be valid for seven days and will have a free usage limit up to 15MB, while the vopucher worth Rs will have validity for more than 30 days and maximum free data usage up to 100MB.

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Jailbreak Firmware 3.1 for iPhone 3G / iPhone EDGE / iPod Touch and Pwnage Tool 3.1. The guide on how to jailbreak the 3.1 firmware can be found here (Google translated). Oh yeah!

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X Ray Video: Apple iPhone 3GS from inside

Take a look inside the Apple iPhone 3GS with this X-Ray exposure. You can find the X-Ray video after the break…

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(Telecomworldwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) 15 September 2009 - Telecom equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks said today it will roll out a 3G network on 900 MHz frequency and upgrade the core network of mobile operator TELE Greenland A/S

No financial details were available.

TELE Greenland expects to be able to offer its subscribers mobile broadband services enabled by 3G in May 2010.

The 3G network will include Nokia Siemens Networks' energy-efficient Flexi base stations and radio network controllers.

The WCDMA 900MHz solution will enable TELE Greenland to provide wider coverage with minimum frequency requirement. The deal also covers network implementation and software maintenance services, as well as emergency call support.

Nokia Siemens Networks will also upgrade and modernise TELE Greenland's GPRS network with combined 2G/3G SGSN and Flexi ISN, to allow the operator to offer more enhanced data services to its customers.

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Opera Mini 5 Beta Released – Gets new UI, Copy and paste, tabs and password manager

Opera Mini 5 Beta Released   Gets new UI, Copy and paste, tabs and password manager Opera Mini 5 Beta Released   Gets new UI, Copy and paste, tabs and password manager Opera Mini 5 Beta Released   Gets new UI, Copy and paste, tabs and password manager

The new Opera Mini 5 beta finally got released today with some really nice features. Check them out after the break…

Top new features

Tabbed browsing

Tabbed browsing

Browse several Web sites at the same time. Jump easily from one to another.

Speed Dial

Speed dial

Your favourite sites are just one click away.

Touch and Keypad

Touch & Keypad

The interface optimizes the display for both touchscreen and keypad phones.

Password manager

Password manager

Log on to your email, social network and other sites with just one click.

Popular features

Innovative and Easy-to-use

Living up to our vision of providing the best Internet experience on any device, Opera Mini 5 boasts a powerful new user interface. Merging the best from our desktop browser together with new innovations for mobile phones, Opera Mini is advanced, yet highly intuitive to use.


With tabbed browsing you no longer need to interrupt one session to start another. Use your web-mail in one window, Facebook in another, Twitter in a third and all that while checking the latest sports results. With Opera Mini you can easily identify the different tabs and jump between them.

Password manager

No more hassle with those hard to enter user names and passwords. Opera Mini 5 will remember your credentials and you can log on to your favorite Web sites with just a single click. The passwords are stored on your phone for your convenience.

Full Web in your palm

When visiting a Web page, Opera Mini displays the overview of the page and suggests where to begin your reading before you zoom in. Opera Mini also detects when on a Web page designed for a mobile phone and displays it optimally.

Touch & Keypad

The user interface has been designed for both touchscreen and keypad style mobile phones. With a touchscreen you can enjoy even easier navigation with our new zooming and kinetic scrolling.

Speed Dial

Get your favorite Web page with just one click. Speed Dial is a set of visual bookmarks you see when you open a new tab, like a dashboard for your on-line life. To add a new page, simply click on an empty Speed Dial slot, and Opera will make suggestions based on your browsing history and bookmarks.

Built for speed

Time is precious. Opera Mini compresses pages by up to 90% before being sent to your phone meaning faster page load times than in other mobile Web browsers.

Find things faster

The new Opera Mini lets you search for text within a Web page so you can get to the information you need even quicker than before.

Power scrolling

Scroll at warp speed using your phone keypad or by dragging the page on a phone with a touch screen.

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iPhone 3Gs Hello Kitty-14

Here’s a few pictures of a cute Hello Kitty case for the iPhone 3G / 3GS.


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More themes!!!!!

Gold Chocolate


Haze Red

Lightening Animated

Snow Animated


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More themes

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