People have been patiently waiting for an announcement about the WiMax Playbook 4G from Sprint, and they have gotten one in a way. Go to Google and type in ‘Spring Playbook’. The third link down offers a little incite on the Playbook but clicking the link just takes you to Sprints homepage. So, we now know it has web, a 7″ HD touchscreen, dual-core processor and front and rear cameras. More »
Using Spy Tools you can now fool your friends into thinking that you actually have devices of a spy. Using book illusions, facebook illusions and many more you can now take photos of your friends. Night Vision can help you see in the dark and to access your Phone number tracker, simply copy one number from your phonebook and localize its position, your friends will surely get fooled! But be warned, this is actually for entertainment purposes only and does not really provide true phone track functions. More »
On Friday, rumours escalated that Apple could be developing a MacBook with one of its own chips, rather than Intel’s. And an Intel executive had some thoughts of the subject, so let’s think about the post on the website, Macotakara Kanteidan, about the MacBook Air test vehicle packing a Thunderbolt port. More »
The Amazon AppStore has offered one of probably a number of updates to come. The update fixes a few bugs but one notable problem it addresses is the single purchase button it had. Now, there is a double click requirement to verify purchases. Basically, it helps anyone who is unlucky enough to accidentally buy something and not get that second required click to stop the order. That button would be my savior. More »
On Friday, Mozilla switched its soon to be Firefox 6 browser over to Aurora channel where users can download and test out the new browser. The Aurora channel basically will have all of the new updates and features as they become available to prepare the browser for a beta version that would eventually lead to the final and mass released product. More »
Have you ever thought about the source of your computer’s humming sound? Well it’s probably the fan that tries to ventilate the internal components, and it’s a typical cooling system. Generally speaking, as electronic components get tinier and more powerful, the amount of heat they generate gets proportionately higher. More »
In act of brilliant PR, Vodafone is making its one of a kind battery truck. It is a 40-foot long truck that can charge up to 2,000 devices simultaneously. As you can see from the picture, there are Vodafone workers situated in each station, ready to plug anyone’s iPhones, Blackberrys, Nokia handsets, and all Android phones to the thousands of outlets this truck provides. This service is exclusive not only Vodafone users, but UK users as well (you can provide tell by the Britain flag on the truck).
This trucks will make its first appearance at the Isle of Wight festival next month. So make sure you check the truck out if you’re around the area!
Android devices have proven to be one hot commodity. After all, Android devices rank supreme in the mobile market and it’s no surprise, given how awesome this OS is. Android is looking to keeping its smoking hot streak alive throughout the summer, so check out some of the hottest Android devices for the summer! More »
Stumbleupon is an app that helps you find the best websites, photos, videos that will surely come to your liking. With a simple touch of the Stumble button, you will be able to discover various photos, videos, and web pages that were recommended by your friends and people who you’re sharing the same interest with. Keep yourself updated with the latest news that you’ll surely be hyped about. You may also stumble upon your friends’ favorite sites, photos and many more (if your curious) with the help of this app. More »