Here’s a quick rundown of the specifications of the freshly announced Samsung Galaxy S3. We’ll update this post as we get more information! The device actually represents a perfect blend of the HTC One X and the Galaxy S2. It feels absolutely incredible in the hand, and is very well balanced. We will update this piece as soon as we have our high-res shots and video uploaded.
136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm
Display: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED (1280×720) Pentile (no Plus)
Processor: Exynos 4 Quad @ 1.4Ghz for HSPA version
1GB of RAM
Rear Camera: 8MP Autofocus, Flash, Zero Lag Shutter BSI [...]
Updated Google+ app v184.108.40.20678 for iOS is live on App Store which is integrated with some new features like instant upload, see who +1d a post, and what’s hot stream.
You can download latest Google+ for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad over iOS 4+ through link below.
Download Google+ v220.127.116.1178 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
Microsoft is serious about Windows 8, and if you’re serious about submitting Metro-style apps then there’s now a healthily long and detailed blog post (at the source link) explaining how. The post suggests that Redmond’s app police are looking at a roughly a six-day turnaround for signing off and publishing the average title, with content compliance taking the longest time because it involves “real people.” As the real person in the video after the break makes clear, your first goal should be to reserve your app’s name so no one else can take it. (You do have [...]
To support developer release iOS 5.1 beta 3, TinyUmbrella is updated to version 5.10.06 which also works for iOS 5.1 beta 2 and includes some fixes found in its previous release. According to official blog post:
How to Save SHSH Blobs
“TinyUmbrella just got a small bugfix (hopefully I didn’t introduce even more bugs in this old codebase). There was a nasty UI locking issue when you clicked ‘Save SHSH’. I’ve partially fixed it. But now there’s flicker in the saved shshs window.”
Those who are not familiar with TinyUmbrella, this tool works to save SHSH blob for iDevices [...]
Hello there, everyone! It’s time to do another post in our series of comparison posts in which, well, we compare stuff. In this comparison post, ‘stuff’ is the three major mobile operating systems – iOS 5, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Windows Phone 7.5 Mango – and it is their feature-list which is compared.
Although, yes, it is a bit unfair to compare two already-released OSes – iOS 5 and WP7 Mango – against an OS that is still somewhat in the making (Ice Cream Sandwich); please keep in mind that this is more of a comparison of features (which, we believe, are final) rather [...]
The latest WordPress 2.9 for iOS is released with new capabilities like modified keyboard for text formatting and full screen editing which were extremely demanding features by users.
A Feature-Rich Content Editor. Now you can easily format text, make bulleted lists, create links, and do all kinds of other fancy stuff. (It’s about time, right?)
Full Screen Editing. No more teeny-weeny content editor — now you can view more text at a time while you post on the go.
Reading Made Easy. Keeping track of your favorite blogs has never been easier. Browse all the latest posts on blogs [...]
Have you ever wanted to find out the people who have removed you from their friend list – or unfriending, as it is called – on Facebook? It wasn’t really possible before, but thanks to the new Timeline feature, we can now find that out.
The method comes from a viral post made on Buzzfeed – a website that uses different technologies to ‘detect’ the latest viral trends and content.
As this method uses the Facebook Timeline feature, you will have to activate it first. Timeline isn’t available for everyone right now, but we’ve written a guide on how to enable Facebook Timeline which [...]
Microsoft has revealed that Windows 8 will boot in just 8 short seconds and to prove it, the company has posted a video of the upcoming OS doing just that.
In a lengthy blog post explaining the whys and wherefores of how Microsoft teased the software into an 8 second boot-up, Gabe Aul explains that the new solution is “a fast start-up mode which is a hybrid of traditional cold boot and resuming from hibernate.”
It’s all down to hibernating the kernel session rather than closing it down completely and starting it back up again.
Hibernate that kernel
In addition, the development [...]
Google has announced a new Blogger app for iOS available free at App Store for download. Blogger app for iOS allows users to write, publish and save a post as a draft from iPhone or iPod Touch.
Start blogging on the go with the official Blogger app!
With Blogger app for iPhone and iPod touch, you can easily publish posts with pictures, labels and location information. Also, you can view the list of posts and if you have multiple accounts or blogs, you can easily switch between them.
Blogger app will allow you to:
Select account/blog if you have more than 1.
Include pictures from the [...]
The Facebook for iPhone app has always been solid and robust but at times fell short of the users’ expectations. And today, Facebook has felt the need to give it a healthy update to version 3.5, and we must say that the improvements found in this version are rather welcome and sought after by many users.
This new update for the well-known Facebook iPhone and iPod touch client focus on two main aspects: tagging friends added to your Facebook profile and a slight user interface overhaul. For the first time ever, it will finally be possible to tag friends and places in posts, something that was [...]