Owners of the Motorola Milestone 2 will be pleased to hear that Motorola has announced that the handset will finally get the Android Gingerbread update, and the update will start rolling out as an OTA update from tomorrow.
Activision has this week launched a new video trailer of their Call of Duty Elite service which provides gamers with additional services for a subscription.
The new Call of Duty Elite service has already signed up a massive 1 million paying users, even after having a little bit of a troubled start, due to glitches and a few connection issues. The new trailer which can be viewed after the jump shows a glimpse of what the service hopes to achieve for gamers.
According to a recent report, Microsoft is working on a version of Microsoft Office for Apple’s iPad, in an attempt to take on Apple’s own Numbers, Pages and Keynote apps, and each app is expected to retail for around $10.
There are no details as yet on which applications Microsoft are working on for the iPad, although it will probably be applications like Excel, Powerpoint and Word.
If you enjoy using the cut and paste features on your iOS devices, a new Mac application has been developed that allows you to bring the same functionality to your Mac machines.
PopClip has been designed to provide a faster and easier way to work with text. Simply select some text and PopClip will magically appear, in the same way you would expect on iOS devices.
The Motorola MOTOACTV was announced last month, and now Motorola has given a launch date for the device here in the UK, it will be available from the 1st of December 2011 and will retail for £249.99.
As a reminder the MOTOACTV is designed to be a music player and fitness device in one, it features a 1.6 inch color touchscreen display and a 600MHz processor, and the device can be synced with your Android smartphone.
Verizon have today announced that Xbox LIVE Gold members who also subscribe to both FiOS TV and FiOS Internet. Will soon be able to use their Xbox consoles to watch select live FiOS TV channels. The new service will start next month and provide access initially to 26 channels with plans to add more at a later date.
The British Library has this week opened up its newspaper archives online. Allowing visitors to now sift through four million pages of news paper content, stretching back to the 1700’s. Its is the first time that visitors to the service will be able to access digital copies of the newspaper online.
The Crypteks USB is a USB thumb drive which has according to the designers is on of the first physically locking USB drives that comes with 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
The device is made from ultra high grade aluminum, and it comes with a total of 14,348,907 possible combinations, have a look at the video below which explains how it works.
Fortune has this week released a new iPad application called ‘The Legacy of Steve Jobs’. Which takes a retrospective look at the accomplishments of Steve Jobs over the last thirty years, through the articles written by Fortunes journalists and includes some great visuals.
Berg design studio has unveiled a neat little printer they have created that has been designed to bring you news, puzzles and gossip from your friends. It will even uses your subscriptions which it will then use to create a mini-newspaper.
You can use the Remote app on either your Android or iPhone to manage your subscriptions, and delivery times. See it in action after the jump.
We recently heard that Samsung were flashing the software on the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus to fix the volume bug on the device before sending it to the various retailers, and now the guys over at Clove have received the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus again and have confirmed that it now comes with the update software.
Samsung has been doing well this year with its various smartphones, like the extremely popular Galaxy S II, and now the company has high hopes of beating its 2011 smartphone sales estimates.
Back in October Samsung announced that it had sold a total of 30 million Galaxy S smartphones worldwide, which includes the original Galaxy S and the new Galaxy S II.