SIM unlock the Samsung Galaxy S II for free

Samsung Galaxy SII ( Samsing GT-i9100) users can now freely SIM unlock their devices in just a few minutes similar to what was possible on the Samsung Galaxy S. All you have to do is download the following application :

Market link (mobile): here

Market link (desktop): here

and run it on the device. It may take a few minutes for the application to find the code on the handsets and sometimes this code may be wrong but it’s worth a shot.

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Steve Ballmer teases Windows Phone 7 Mango. Promises new features

Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer was on stage at the company’s Japan developer conference today to tease tomorrow Windows Phone 7 Mango event and promised that the OS update will include “500 new features”. Just keep in mind that this is just a PR number which is thrown out there to make some buzz. Mango will include over 1500+ APIS thanks to the inclusion of Silverlight 4 in addition to a handful of new improvements and services that we have already heard about in the past few weeks. Don’t let the hype and often totally wacky rumors (which are in full force lately as usual before an event..) get to your head though. Everything will be known tomorrow.
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HTC Holiday Android phone to feature 4.5″ qHD screen and MSM8660 SoC


The HTC Sensation will apparently have a bigger brother later this year. According to a leaked ROM the HTC Holiday will feature a 4.5″ qHD (540×960) screen (compared to 4.3″ on the Sensation) the same MSM8660 Dual-core SoC, 1Gb of Ram, an 8 Mpix camera couple with a 1.3M front face one and run Android 2.3.4. The Holiday is headed to AT&T but will most probably be launched across other regions under a different name.

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