If you’re a regular reader of this site, then you’re likely aware that the next iPhone is scheduled to be announced later this month. Want proof? In certain wholesale markets in China, as well as Chinese e-commerce sites, iPhone 5 cases are abundantly available, with characteristics that point to changes in the device’s form factor.
On the trading site Alibaba, which is known for distributing various products obscure and sometimes dubious Asian manufacturers, a simple search for “iPhone 5” brings up a series of interesting results, such as accessories and especially cases. These cases [...]
Want to get your BBM on in style without spending a fortune on RIM’s latest trio? Say hello to the new 11mm (0.43 inch) thin BlackBerry Curve, now official in 3 variants — the dual-mode GSM / CDMA 9370, the GSM / UMTS 9360 and the CDMA-only 9350. These long rumored handsets feature an 800MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, a tiny 2.44-inch HVGA+ (480×360 pixel) display, a five megapixel EDoF camera (with LED flash and VGA video recording), Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n with UMA, GPS / aGPS and NFC. While there’s no sign of that new-fangled touch screen technology, you’ll find BlackBerry 7 under [...]
Want to learn some tips about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a direct approach, instead of watching a video? Then you should check out Samsung’s all new tutorial simulator for the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Samsung lets you select from a list of 30 tutorials, and with this simulator, you can perform the task yourself.
There are limitations to this simulator, meaning that you can’t do whatever you want with it. But all and all, this is great for people wanting to check out Android 3.X (Honeycomb). The simulator is up now and we have provided a link below for you to give it a try. Would you like [...]
I’d never want to suggest that Nikola Tesla isn’t awesome—he’s a badass—but I have serious doubts anyone could use his ideas for an ionization machine to create 52 rainstorms in the middle east, like these guys claim.
The Abu Dhabi-based Meteo Systems says that when air humidity is above 30%, you can use their Tesla-inspired ionizer to send charged particles up into the air, which attracts dust, which in turn attracts water particles, and then—BOOMSHAKALAKA—you have a rainstorm.
According to the Daily Mail, Meteo Systems aren’t revealing any data for these [...]
West of the Rockies? Want a T-Mobile G2 before (practically) anyone else? You may be able to grab your HSPA+ handset right now. We had it on good authority that T-Mobile corporate decided to match Radio Shack and release the G2 three days early, but we got a pleasant surprise when we called to verify that fact — several stores in California, Oregon and Washington state said we could buy one today if we wanted, and even those who didn’t said they’d have it tomorrow if we could bear the wait. Of course, it’s less than two hours to closing on the west coast and we can’t [...]
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Want more space on your PS3? Install a new HDD. It’s very easy. Too lazy/rich? Well, soon there will be 160GB and 320GB models for you to upgrade to, then.
For $300, you can get a straight-up PS3 with a 160GB HDD. That’s shipping immediately. For $400 you’ll be able to get a 320GB PS3 with a Move controller, a PlayStation Eye and a copy of Sports Champions. That drops on September 19th, the day Move launches.
So there you have it: you can’t get the higher-end PS3 without Move included, but it’s a decent deal when you consider the stuff you get for that extra [...]
Want to get a ton of free Facebook credits? Don’t expect to get them by simply liking or sharing a page which claims to offer you them. While Facebook is actively handing out free Facebook credits, a new Facebook scam is aiming to convince users to share a page which will give you Facebook credits if you share the page. While the page won’t steal your money, it also won’t give you free Facebook credits.
Right now the only way this site appears to be generating revenue is through getting people to click on the Google Ads that are on the page. The scammers are also promising to [...]
Want to shop on Amazon using your iPad? Well, you are in luck folks as the officials have unleashed the iPad optimized version of the app.
Did I tell you the app is available as a free download from your favorite App Store? You are definitely going to enjoy shopping using your iPad since the app makes good use of the large HD quality screen of the magical Apple Tablet.
The normal suspects are there as well which of course include the ability to browse best sellers, recommendations, great deals and more. Wait, the fun doesn’t end here you can watch movie trailers and listen to demo songs [...]
A company called PediaPress is allowing users to turn a collection of Wikipedia pages into softcover books. In theory, this would let you create your own bound volume on any damn thing, as, really, your creativity is the limit. Want to create your own science textbook? You could do that, sure. Want to create a guide for power tools? Just hit those pages up. Want a tome that covers, in detail, ancient meditation techniques and famous clowns? You can do that, too. And so it goes.
A portion of the proceeds from the books you print will go to Wikipedia, to boot. Prices vary depending on how big your [...]