This Android application will save battery by entering your device into sleep mode (shutting down WiFi, 3G/4G).
Nowadays gadgets can do a lot of things for us: they can let us surf the web, while listening to music, or, why not, watching a movie, in the same time. Not to mention that they have huge displays with excellent colors which make them even more attractive when it comes to multimedia experience. And that’s just a tiny portion of what they can offer us. But all of these advantages have one minor downsize: the battery of such a device is very quickly drained. And sometimes… Continue to Android App: Save Battery When Your Device Is in Sleep Mode
When it comes to choosing from Windows 8 Licenses, some questions appear: should it be OEM, Retail or VUP?
After its official release, Windows 8 has already determined its fans to ask a lot of questions. Most of them are of technical nature. However, a quite significant percent of these questions are related to the number and types of license which are now available to buy from the Redmond company. Unfortunately this is not a new situation. The same happened when Windows 7 has been released, not to mention that the next ancestors of these new operating systems (XP and… Continue to What Windows 8 License To Choose: OEM, VUP or Retail?
Galaxy Nexus I9250 received its well deserved MIUI ROM update, which is now based on on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In the following article we will teach you how to safely install the above mentioned custom ROM, so make sure you follow the instructions step-by-step, or else you risk causing irreversible damage to your phone.
Alongside CyanogenMod, MIUI is one of the best Android modders teams out there, creating beautiful and functional ROMs for users all around the world. Lately, they launched a stable pack for the Galaxy Nexus which, not only comes with incredible visual updates, specific to MIUI… Continue to Update/Flash Galaxy Nexus To MIUI Jelly Bean 4.1
Recent rumors about the upcoming operating system from Apple, Mac OS X Mountain Lion say that it is already under testing by AppleCare specialists as it was just recently sent out to them by the ‘mothership’ from Cupertino. Assumptions are also being made about the fact that the version sent out is identical to the one which Apple are soon going to launch officially.
Even though Android is an open source mobile operating system, which offers the user a lot of customizable options it is likely that you’re going to have a limit on them setup by the manufacturer of the device, just like with Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-i9300. In order to fully access the features that Android has to offer you will have to use a special tool to unblock the operating system.
The guys over at Gizmodo Australia have managed to get their hands on a bunch of documents which offer a lot of details over Google’s Nexus 7 upcoming tablet. The device is scheduled to be announced at the well-known Google I/O Conference but the news about the leak can only contribute to the hype and buzz for the product.
Even though Microsoft has infirmed numerous times the rumors about them entering the tablet market, the company from Redmond has recently showcased a new product called Microsoft Surface which is designed to compete with the Android tablets and the iPad. This new tablet is Microsoft’s first attempt to directly compete with other hardware manufacturers like Samsung or Apple, which have been fighting for a couple of years for that number one spot. We’ll just have to wait for the product to be officially available for sale, in order to see if they will be able to grab some of the… Continue to Microsoft Entering The Tablet Market With Surface
Apple fans from all around the world have their attention pointed at the news regarding the WWDC 2012 scheduled to start today. Without any doubt, this is the most important Apple event of the summer because Tim Cook will unveil iOS 6, which is the most anticipated mobile operating system of the year. Even if Apple decide to show off just a demo and not the full blown version of the operating system, we know this for sure because they are already setting up banners for the conference.
Little news came up since our last coverage on the refresh of Apple’s highly anticipated TV setup, but it seems that the guys over at BGR have managed to get a hold of a report which states that we should see a new UI for the Apple TV at the upcoming WWDC event taking place on the 11th of June.
As per the report, the redesigned user interface will offer a preview experience of how the Apple HDTV will look like. While the current generation of the standard definition TV was released in March, it is interesting to find… Continue to Apple TV OS With New UI Expected @ WWDC
Amazon’s Kindle Fire took the tablet market by storm and, soon after launch, became one of the best sold devices in the world. Naturally, we’ve seen several attempts to create Android custom ROMs for this tablet, but many of them were unstable and full of bugs. In general, moders forget a simple fact: the Fire does not pack the power of an Asus Transformer, therefore the ROMs must be light and in sync with Amazon’s philosophy, simplicity. Finally, XDA forum user Hyperrunner got the idea and created our favorite custom ROM for Kindle Fire so far: Simple CM9. Based on Android 4.0 ICS, it has been… Continue to Simple CM9 Custom ROM For Kindle Fire