Samsung Galaxy Mega is official and comes in 6.3- and 5.8-inch sizes

We knew Samsung was planning more devices, but we didn't expect the arrival of two Galaxy Mega smartphones at the same time. Both are apparently headed to Europe some time next month, continuing to prove that Samsung are willing to test out any screen-size. The 6.3-inc

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Created on 04 April 2012

firefox for win 8Mozilla is making progress in its effort to bring Firefox to Windows 8′s new Metro environment. Firefox for Windows 8 was announced earlier this year and will support both the traditional desktop Windows environment and the new Metro interface designed for tablets and other touchscreen devices.

Mozilla’s Brian Bondy, a member of the team tasked with bringing Firefox to Metro, reports that the browser is up and running. "You can navigate the web, create tabs, bookmark pages, build history, retain cache, adjust preferences, and more," writes Bondy in a blog post reporting Mozilla’s Metro progress.

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LG Viper 4G LTEEveryone is talking about going green these days, and it makes perfect sense, too. After all, we have but a single earth here, so if we are not going to take affirmative action to go green ourselves, who else is? Sprint, one of the big four mobile carriers in the US, will be offering the LG Viper 4G LTE smartphone later this month, where it will retail for a mere $99.99 with a spanking new two-year service agreement and after a $50 mail-in rebate. Current and existing customers who are interested will be able to place a pre-order for the LG Viper from next Thursday onwards.

 

I do wonder, however, as to why this puppy has been named after a venomous snake. After all, isn’t it supposed to portray a green image that we can all identify with?

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Skype 140 characters

Even though Microsoft acquired Skype in October 2011, Skype seems to be run as if it was as a semi-independent entity. That's evident in a new Skype ad campaign that launched this week in the US and UK. The new ads are pretty aggressive in its comments on two other Internet companies, Twitter and Facebook.

Ad Age reports that the new campaign costs $12 million. It will start with outdoor billboards with messages such as the one above that mocks Twitter's 140 character limit. Another ad makes fun of Facebook by saying, "Upgrade from a wall post to a first class conversation." In the UK, the Skype billboards will be seen in two of the city's busiest subway stations along with billboards placed outside of buses.

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