Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro Now Available In The UK

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro was announced earlier in the year, and it has now gone on sale in the UK with mobile retailer clove, and is available SIM free for £269, and it comes with Android Gingerbread 2.3.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro features a 3.7 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels and also comes with a single core 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Redemption, Single Player Trailer (video)

A new trailer called Redemption, has been released for the highly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 game which is arriving early next month. This new trailer show a little more of the single player campaign and what you can expect from the story line within the game.

The trailer is just 1.30 minutes in length but is well worth a look if you are still considering whether or not to purchase the MW3 game when it releases. Watch the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Redemption trailer after the jump.

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GSM Nexus Prime Appears At The FCC

Google and Samsung were expected to announce the new Google Nexus Prime tomorrow, the event has now been postponed and we will probably here something about the Nexus Prime or the Samsung Galaxy Nexus later this month.

Last week we got our first look at the new Google Nexus Prime, in the form of a video, and now it would appear that a GSM version of the Google Nexus Prime has turned up at the FCC, which could mean it is headed to AT&T and also possibly T-Mobile.

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Google Music 4 Android Ice Cream Sandwich Version Leaked

If you are a Google Music fan you might be interested to know that a new Google Music 4.0.1 version has been leaked which has apparently been designed for the new Ice Cream Sandwich Android build,  which is expected to arrive shortly.

Even though the new Google Music 4 has been built with Ice Cream Sandwich in mind the leaked software is still compatible with Gingerbread and Froyo. In the new version the user interface has received a re-design and is now a more sleek design with less obtrusive buttons and more agile controls.

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AT&T Sells 200,000 iPhone 4S In 12 Hours

When Apple announced the iPhone 4S last week, it wasn’t actually met with the response you would expect for a new iPhone announcement, with many people expecting a new iPhone 5, lots of people,l including many technology sites seemed disappointed with the announcement.

It would appear that Apple fans don’t feel the same, as AT&T has announced that they have received over 200,000 pre-orders of the iPhone 4S in the first 12 hours since it went on sale, and it seems that demand has been similar direct from Apple and also mobile carriers here in the UK.

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New Dual Core A5 Apple TV Discovered In iOS 5

Apple’s next version of its mobile OS, iOS 5 will be released this week, on Wednesday the 12th of October, and the guys over at 9 to 5 Mac have been doing some digging around in iOS 5 and have discovered a reference to a version of Apple’s set top box, the Apple TV.

According to the report, a reference has been found to an Apple TV 3,1, the model number for the current Apple TV is 2,1, and we could possibly see the new Apple TV launch with an A5 processor which is found in the iPad 2 and the new iPhone 4S which goes on sale later this week.

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Apple Files Patent For In App Purchases

Some of our readers will remember the company called Lodsys, who is suing a wide range of developers for ‘in app purchases’ on both Apple’s iOS platform and Google’s Android platform, as the company holds a number of patents relating to in app purchases.

Apple already has an agreement in place with Lodsys to use the patents, but the reason Lodsys is suing the individual developers is that the company claims this agreement doesn’t cover them.

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Will Apple’s iMessage Hurt Mobile Carriers?

On Wednesday the 12th of October Apple will launch the latest version of its mobile OS, iOS 5, and one of the major new features in iOS 5 is iMessage, which is basically a cost free replacement for text messages.

There are already a number of different mobile apps that let you communicate with your friends without having to pay a fee like you do for a text message with your mobile carrier, and we suspect Apple’s iMessage is going to be very popular and could end up replacing text messages on the iPhone.

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Amazon’s Kindle Fire Spun Off Into New “Seesaw” Company

Amazon announced its first Android tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire recently, and now it would appear that Amazon is spinning of its Kindle Fire tablet into a separate company called Seesaw LLC.

The guys over at Fusible have discovered that the trademark application for the Kindle Fire brand have been filed under Seesaw LLC, and the filing has been made by Purvi J. Patel of Haynes and Boone, LLP, the same attorney that has filed Amazon’s previous trademarks.

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Romo Smartphone Robot is Cute and Cool (Video)

Kickstarter is a great place to run across some very interesting projects that might actually make it to production. It’s also a great place for people with good ideas to raise the money they need to build their device and sell them to the public. One of the coolest projects I have seen in a long time on Kickstarter is the cute little Romo smartphone robot.

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Dual Core Processors And LTE Headed To Windows Phone Next Year

Microsoft recently released its latest version of its Windows Phone mobile OS, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, and now it would appear that Microsoft has a few things planned for 2012.

The guys over at All Things D have been speaking to Andy Lees at Microsoft, and according to the report Microsoft intends to introduce dual core Windows Phone smartphones next year, along with devices which are compatible for LTE.

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