08/08/2011, Are you excited about the impending release of iOS 5 beta? If that is the case, then be prepared to get all the more excited, with adrenaline coursing through your body. Why do we say so? Well, Apple might have touched a little on the iOS 5′s features when WWDC 2011 happened, but they certainly played their cards close to their chest, and recent findings point towards Apple working on […]
08/05/2011, We understand that with the upcoming release of iOS 5, there are probably plenty of iOS users and a few other interested parties who are curious about what the latest incarnation of iOS 5 will bring to the table. Developers who had access to the betas of iOS 5 probably recognized that there was a market for the betas, especially for early adopters, and have started selling their UDID slots.
08/04/2011, Yahoo! has just announced the release of the first beta version of Yahoo! WebPlayer. An evolution of the Yahoo! Media Player, it is a flexible and universal media player that allows people to let readers listen to music or view videos on their websites. All you have to do is add one line of code to your page and users can easily access the player which will let them view […]
08/04/2011, While the iPhone has the “Find my iPhone” utility app that lets iPhone users search for their missing/misplaced/stolen iPhones, Apple has recently enabled beta testing of a new security feature which they have dubbed “Find my Mac” to developers, which we’re guessing is the same as “Find my iPhone” except for Mac computers.
08/04/2011, Diablo 3 has been in development for a long time now. We’ve been waiting years for it. Blizzard has spent years working on it. And it looks like the company wants to finish the game just as much as we want to get our hands on it. In its earnings report yesterday, Mike Morhaime, the Company President and Co-Founder of Blizzard announced that the team is doing its best to […]
08/02/2011, When iOS 5 was announced along with iCloud at WWDC 2011, the release date for both of Apple’s services were set to be launched in the fall of 2011. Well as far as iOS 5 is concerned the beta has already gone out several times to developers and now it appears it is iCloud’s time to shine.
07/25/2011, Folks who want can’t wait to play Battlefield 3 will be stoked to know that EA has just shared some new details about testing for the upcoming game. First there will be an Alpha trial that will be accessible only through invites that will be given out through social network platforms. The Alpha trial will mainly be focused on server-related stress tests, so don’t expect many changes to be happening […]
06/30/2011, Fans of Craigslist will probably find this upcoming app from MoBubble pretty useful. Called MoBubble, is essentially an app-based version of Craigslist that works based on the location you’re in. Users advertise their goods or services based on where they’re currently situated (the app makes use of location tracking), to make it easier for people to locate where they are. In addition to being able to list your goods or […]
06/24/2011, Not everybody has gotten their hands on an invite to the Google Music beta, but that doesn’t stop people from developing extensions for it. Level 2 Studios has come up with an unofficial extension for Google Chrome that gives you the option to listen to your Google Music from the browser without having to open up the website. With the extension, users can song scrobble, “love” songs on Last.FM, Google […]
06/16/2011, Microsoft has previously made it known that it’ll be releasing the official Kinect SDK to developers sometime this year, but there hasn’t been any official date mentioned yet, until now. The official SDK that will allow Kinect developers to easily come up with more uses of the gaming motion controller, and find more creative ways to utilize the device has been reported to be arriving tomorrow. According to the folks […]
06/13/2011, The team over at Swype has rolled out a bunch of improvements to their keyboard replacement software in the latest update, where users ought to be able to compose those emails and text messages faster than ever before on tablets. Improvements can be expected for the more “traditional” method of typing, since the correction engine that sees action in the Swype method has been applied. We’re talking about Swype 3.0 […]
06/07/2011, For those of you who are worried about your iPhone 3GS not receiving the full benefits of the latest version of iOS, you don’t have to worry. Banolka from YouTube recently released a video of his iPhone 3GS running on the beta version of iOS 5 and it looks like most of the main features will be available on the 3GS. While since it’s only the first beta of the […]
06/03/2011, Take a look at what handset’s in your pocket – wait a minute, you’re reading this on your phone already, so why not improvise that by looking at the logo of the phone. Is it a Samsung smartphone? If you answered “Yes”, then chances are quite high that you would have found Samsung Kies to be a great resource – since it will enable you to synchronize your files, perform […]
05/23/2011, Folks looking forward to the next version of Firefox will be delighted to know that Firefox 5 looks like it’s right on track to launch on June 21st. The successor to Firefox 4 has recently made its way out of the Aurora channel and into the beta channel for further testing by the public. There aren’t going to be many significant changes from version 4 to version 5 but according to […]