We heard the other day that a website from Microsoft for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview had gone live, and now Microsoft has sent out press invites to an event they are holding at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month. The invites, which you can see in the photo below are for an … [Read more...] about Windows 8 Consumer Preview Launching 29th February AT MWC 2012
We heard a rumor the other day about the Nokia 801, which was reported to be the last Symbian smartphone being produced by Nokia, and now there seems to be another device, the Nokia 803. According to the BGR, the Nokia 803 will be Nokia's final Symbian smartphone, and the devices will come with … [Read more...] about Nokia 803 To be Last Symbian Smartphone?
If you enjoy using Tweetbot the full-featured iPhone (and iPod touch) Twitter client on your mobile devices you might be pleased to know that a new version has now been released taking it to Tweetbot 2.0 and brings with it iPad support. The new version brings with it a new timeline view, which … [Read more...] about Tweetbot 2.0 Arrives With iPad Support
Sony has released details of a new Cybershot camera that they are launching in Japan, the Sony Cybershot TX300V, which shares many of the hardware specifications of the Sony TX200V. What this new device features over the previous model is a wireless charging ans transfer dock, by placing the … [Read more...] about Sony Cybershot TX300V Camera Features Wireless Data Transfer And Charging
We heard last month that references to the iPad 3 were discovered in the iOS 5.1 beta 3 and now it would appear that we could have a possible launch date for iOS 5.1. The news comes from the guys over at Your Daily Mac who have discovered eleven new profiles for various iPhone operators, and the … [Read more...] about iOS 5.1 Coming March 9th With iPad 3?
Google has been busy rolling out a number of new additions to it Chrome browser this week, together with its new version created for Android devices. Now Google has rolled out a new update for its desktop Chrome browser client, bringing with it extra speed and added security. The update has been … [Read more...] about Google Chrome Update Brings Extra Speed and Security
It looks like Google Wallet's PIN security has been cracked on rooted devices, although if your Android device is not rooted then the security on the Google Wallet Pin seems to be fine. The PIN for Google Wallet is stored encrypted on your Android devices, and a method has been discovered to … [Read more...] about Google Wallet PIN Security Cracked (Video)
We are expecting to get some sort of official announcement on the new iPad 3 from Apple some time next month, and now a reported iPad 3 casing has appear online, and if it is real it would mean there will be some significant changes in the new iPad 3. As you can see from the photo below, the … [Read more...] about iPad 3 Casing Reveals Larger Battery, New Camera
We haven't heard much about Google's cloud service, Cloud Drive for a while now, there were a few rumors at the end of last year that Google were getting ready to launch their new cloud service. According to a recent report from the WSJ, Google Drive is close to launch and we could possibly see … [Read more...] about Google Drive Cloud Service Launching Soon?
There are lots of different speaker accessories available for your iPhone, iPad and other tablets and smartphones, the latest one is called Zooka and it is designed to be used with you tablet as well as your smartphone. The Zooka Wireless speaker Bar is designed to be used as a stand for your … [Read more...] about Zooka Wireless Speaker Bar For iPad And iPhone (Video)
A new heat-absorbing robot is out to help cut down on energy expenses. The invention called the Hagent, which deceptively appears as a simple black cube with wheels, has the ability to find heat, absorb it, then release it in areas which are cold. … [Read more...] about Hagent The Heat Absorbing Robot
A group of researchers from the University of North Carolina State University has come up a new method which allows a number of Graphics Processing and Central Processing Units placed on a single chip where the two can compromise. In this way, the processor’s performance gained up over 20 percent. … [Read more...] about NCSU Aiming For Faster Processors Via CPU and GPU Collaboration