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.
Even though the iPad can be literally purchased from anywhere in the world with the help of sites like e-Bay or Amazon, Apple made it available officially in several countries only now. We recently received news about the new iPad being released in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Montenegro for Eastern Europe countries and in Asian countries like Thailand or India.
Without any doubt, even those people who are non tech savvy heard by now the news about the ongoing patent war between Apple and Samsung. We covered some of these disputes between the two companies when we heard about something which was new, but there is one news which drew our attention seriously.
Nobody is questioning the success of the third generation of iPad because it is better than the iPad 2 in terms of visuals and graphics power, with the all new high definition Retina Display. This though, comes at a cost as there are some reports about the new iPad overheating.
Jailbreak is a generic name which has been given to an amount of reversible processes, through which an external code is allowed to be run on an iPhone, iPod or iPad. For common users the jailbreak definition can be translated into a hack that permits other programs and applications to be run on a specific device, except those than can are installed by default by apple, or can be downloaded from App Store.
Apple released the third generation of the iPad on Wednesday, calling it simply “The New iPad”, so many are already wondering when Samsung is going to refresh its Galaxy Tab lineup to compete with Apple’s newest product.
Well, the truth is that Samsung believes that the new iPad actually has a competitor that was launched in February, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The Galaxy Note 10.1 was released this year at the MWC 2012 in Barcelona, making it the most recent tablet device in Samsung’s Android tablets line-up.
In this tutorial we will show you how to activate push notifications on iOS 5.x, in case you have activated your iPhone/ iPad/ iPod through the hacktivation method that has been provided by iH8Sn0w or Sn0wbreeze. For those which still don’t know, this method allows creating a custom firmware while keeping the baseband untouched.
This article will teach you how to tether your iPhone/ iPad via WiFi to a Windows/ OS X computer, using HTML 5 technology. A jailbreak solution is NOT required.
We have been very happy a while ago when we found out that our smartphones will be able to share their internet connection. Also, the carriers have announced that they are going to offer unlimited web access at decent prices.