Want in on the smartphone revolution but you're too tres chic to get something that actually looks like hardware? Peep this Android handset from Prada and LG. If you're a fashionista, you'd probably let Meryl Streep humiliate you for one.
Whether your dreams are exciting or scary, most of them are in bright, vivid colors. By the time you are pushing 60 though, most of your dreams will be a bland black and white.
It's not everyday that y
ou read about a stolen house. Not the entire contents of a house, but the actual house itself.
Such is the plight of a man from Brampton, ON Canada who was shocked to find his 45-foot long double-wide mobile home was stolen from his rural property. While he was away, someone hooked up the…
It's taken almost a year to get here. The first tablet to matter since the original iPad. The Xoom is the first real Android tablet, arriving ahead of the iPad 2 by a hair. Since it's living in the "year of iPad 2," as Apple put it, it seemed only fitting to wait to drop judgment until we'd seen everything the iPad 2…
If Bobby Cha of Enspert is to be believed, Google's upcoming Android 3.0 release, Honeycomb, will only work on devices with dual-core processors. Oh, and 1280x720 resolution screens will also be a must.
Our heads went all dizzy when we heard that the minimum required specs for Android 3.0 Gingerbread phones was to be a 1GHz processor, and 512MB of RAM. But now the rumormongerer has clarified they're only "recommended." UPDATE
Thank God for USB 3.0. I was getting really tired of staring at the progress bar for seconds (seconds!) while my shit transfers. WD just announced their first MyBook external drive with 3.0, and it looks great.
Could the wait for USB 3.0 actually be over soon? The USB Implementers Forum launched the certification and compliance program for its SuperSpeed USB (better known a s USB 3.0) products today. Manufacturers can now have their products tested and if they receive SuperSpeed USB certification they will get the new logo…
The PS3's newest firmware upgrade, 3.0, is now officially going out to all the consoles in the land.
The Dev Team has cracked the iPhone 3GS (as if there was any doubt). Trouble is, if they released it now it would do far more harm than good.
They've finally delivered: the Dev Team has released the Ultrasn0w full unlock for last-gen iPhones running firmware 3.0.
We've already reviewed the iPhone 3.0 firmware, nitpicking the features one by one. But in case you still haven't studied the update closely enough, here are the 10 things you should know about iPhone 3.0.
As expected, the new iPhone OS 3.0 is out. You can click on the "Check for Update" button right now to get your iPhone updated. If you used the pirated 3.0 golden master, this update is exactly the same:
You can get it now. Just fire up your favorite Torrent client and look for iPhone OS 3.0 7a341. Everyone can install this, not just developers. Here's how it works:
The latest iPhone 3.0 beta has brought with it a few minor but notable features to the platform. Here's a quick rundown of the newly discovered functions:
The second iPhone 3.0 Beta is now available, and developers can go download it immediately from Apple's iPhone dev page. Updated.