If you own a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, and don’t want to wait for the official release of Android Gingerbread, then the guys over at the XDA Developers have put together an unofficial Gingerbread update for the X10.
A great 10 minutes video has been put together documenting the upgrade process from Microsoft’s first Windows 1 version right up to their latest Windows 7. Showing the evolution that has taken place and explaining the surprisign number of features that have remained in the OS since its version 3.1 release back in March 1992.
Last month Microsoft released a small update for Windows Phone 7 devices, the update was designed to get handsets ready for the first major update to Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS.
When the update was released, a number of Samsung WP7 handset owners reported problems with the update, which even bricked some devices and Microsoft subsequently pulled the update.
Pentax has added another point and shoot compact camera to its line up with the launch of the Pentax Optio S1. The Optios S1 features a 14 megapixel sensor and also comes with a 5x wide angle optical zoom lens.
The impressive Google Body application that was showcased in Google’s Honeycomb presentation is now available in the Android Market. The Google Body app allows you to explore your body in detail, and has been described as ‘Google Maps for the human body’. Watch a quick video demonstration after the jump.
Today Skyfire has released their latest mobile iPhone browser version 3.0 to the Apple iTunes Store. The new Skyfire 3.0 browser brings with its a number of new features including improved video support for Adobe’s Flash, Twitter and Facebook integration, and a new OneTouch Search feature.
Watch the demo of the new Skyfire 3.0 browsers features after the jump.
Yesterday Apple unveiled the second generation iPad, the iPad 2 which will be available in the US from the 11th of March 2011, and those of us who live in the UK won’t have to wait ages like we did last year as the iPad 2 will go on sale in the UK and Europe on the 25th of March.
ASUS have taken an innovative approach to being a little more greener with its packaging wastage on their motherboard boxes. Rather than throwing or recycling the packaging ASUS has designed its motherboard packaging to transform into a cardboard PC case allowing you to instantly get up and running with your new PC motherboard.