Gadgetophilia (Gadgets) – Weekly Newsletter for February 7-14, 2011Monday, February 14, 2011
DUBAI – An imam in Dubai has been acquitted for seducing women to have sex with him using his BlackBerry but was jailed him for possessing nude photos.
Court’s Presiding Judge Eisa Al Sharif overturned the primary judgment, one year in jail, and acquitted the 35-year-old Egyptian imam of seducing women and urging girls to have … Read more : Imam in Dubai jailed for possessing nude photos.
NEW YORK (GaeaTimes.com)- Sprint which is a leading telecom provider of USA recently unveiled its latest android phone Echo in collaboration with handset maker Kyocera at New York. The ceremony was a grand one with leading media entities covering the event. The phone has dual screens which make it look almost like a tablet. … Read more »»».
LONDON – Ministers in Britain have come up with a new idea to control perpetrators, who refuse to behave, by seizing their stereos, iPods and other “bling” items.
The plan was put forward as Asbos, the anti-social behaviour orders, which have become …. Original source : Brit MPs propose to take away items from perpetrators as Asbos are scrapped.
ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Benazir Bhutto had been assured that she would be the prime minister after the 2007 general elections, revealed a forensic report that was compiled after retrieving data from her personal BlackBerry phones. An email begins by calling her “Respected Prime Minister”.
The Express Tribune said that one of … Original article on : Benazir was promised she would be PM: Forensic report.
SAN FRANCISCO (GaeaTimes.com)- HP the computer giant is joining the tablet bandwagon as is evident from its latest moves. The company which commands a large share of the global PC market recently unveiled TouchPad its contender in the fast growing tablet segment. The device is hogging attention now but the company has not said … Read more >>.