Sunday, September 12, 2010

HTC HD3-HTC Launching HD3 Windows Phone 7 Mobile Accessory

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HTC Launching HD3 Windows Phone 7 Mobile Accessory: HTC HD3 is advised to be the latest adaptable device. As you may assumption the HD3 will be a almsman of the HD2 which is advised to be the aftermost above Windows Adaptable absolution of HTC. It has a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, WiFi, 4G, 32 GB of Storage and an 8 MP camera with dual-LED flashes. The AMOLED awning is a whopping 4.5″ inches. Even if Windows Buzz 7 proves underwhelming.

The 1.5GHz processor which is not currently accessible on any added smartphone out there, whether Android- or WP7-powered. And last, but not least, we accept an absorbing 1,800 mAh battery, but because the admeasurement of this handset, a beyond array is absolutely accepted to fit accurately inside. The HD3, that ability be alleged the HD7 at the end of the day, in adjustment to account Windows Phone 7, ability appear to abutting week’s HTC accident appointed in London.

Quran burning plan cancelled

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An ally of a small Florida church says the planned burning of the Koran on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks has been "100 per cent" cancelled.

"I want to be clear and confirm one hundred per cent that there will not be Korans burning tomorrow (Saturday) at 6pm as was planned," evangelical leader K A Paul told a press conference on Friday.
He made the commitment even though a New York imam failed to contact the Florid

"At this time we have not heard from the imam," Jones told the press conference.
"But we are still very, very hopeful that we will meet with him and we are still very convinced through the different channels that we have, that we at this time cannot mention, that this meeting will take place tomorrow."
Amid global outrage over the planned burning, Jones on Thursday said he was dropping the Koran burning idea by his Dove World Outreach Centre, claiming Muslim leaders had agreed to move the planned mosque further away from Ground Zero.
The plans to build an Islamic cultural centre close to the site where the World Trade Centre once stood before it was destroyed on 9/11 have triggered an angry debate in the United States.

Eid protests hit Indian Kashmir

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Prayers marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan have erupted into anti-India demonstrations in Indian-ruled Kashmir as unrest continues in the troubled province.

Tens of thousands of Muslims, mostly young men, chanted "Go India, go back" and "We want freedom" as they assembled in the main city of Srinagar on Saturday to offer prayers on the festival of Eid al-Fitr.
"The protests are a form of referendum showing that Kashmiris want freedom from India," said leading separatist and key Muslim cleric Umar Farooq, as riot police were deployed across Srinagar in a bid to keep a lid on tensions.