12/31/2009, Could we be getting new TiVo offerings sometime soon? The TiVo HD and HD XL have been around for a while now, and with competitors like Moxi offerings updates all the time, TiVo will certainly want to stay in the game. There isn’t any official announcement of new products just yet, but somebody is claiming that when he upgraded to a TiVo HD, he discovered a TiVo Premiere and Premiere […]
12/30/2009, Are you intrigued by Swype’s input technology, and own an Android phone? Well, it seems that you’re in luck then. A beta release of Swype has been leaked online and seems to work on Android phones. Folks have tested it on phones such as the Motorola DROID and apparently it’s working just fine. Of course, if you’re going to give it a try, do remember that it’s not official software, […]
12/28/2009, HP isn’t about to sit back and relax on its laurels being the top dog in the PC industry as both the Elitebook 2540p and Elitebook 2740p are already in the pipeline, ready and waiting to be unleashed upon the masses. This leak came about after a sharp-eyed person spotted a new 9-cell battery available for a “2540p” model on a HP Korea website, where both new models will run […]
12/28/2009, Samsung’s CL80 digital camera is touted to be introduced at CES 2010 which is happening just a week plus away, and it has already leaked out, being the first camera from Samsung that features Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to upload to Facebook, Flickr, Photobox and Picasa without the need to synchronize beforehand with a computer. You also get a 3.7″ AMOLED touchscreen display with haptic vibration feedback as its […]
12/21/2009, The Samsung NX10 is not yet official, but an enterprising ninja managed to catch hold of it through a blurry image as usual. The NX10 is the first camera from Samsung that comes with removable lenses, although it will still be closer to point-and-shoot cameras instead of packing in the mirror system required in an SLR. Word has it that the NX10 will sport a Samsung-developed system instead of relying […]
12/20/2009, It’s hard to tell if this is the real deal or just something that a bored individual cooked up over the weekend, but it does seem to make some sense. Features of a “premium” PlayStation Network service have surfaced, and based on the rumors, it will be offering some rather interesting and useful content. Word is that the subscription costs would be around $20 to $60 a year, or $6-$9 […]
12/14/2009, By now you’ve probably gone through the list of upcoming HTC phones, and also checked out the higher quality picture of the HTC Bravo, right? Well, a higher resolution picture of the HTC Legend has appeared online, or a clearer rendering of the HTC Legend, to be specific. At a glance, the device certainly looks like the HTC Hero. While the pricing information hasn’t been revealed just yet, we do […]
12/13/2009, It’s going to be really hard to convince anybody that’s been reading the news for the past 24-hours that the Google Phone (Nexus One) doesn’t exist, and now a higher resolution picture of what is supposedly the Nexus One has surfaced. Of course, it’s physically the same as the HTC Passion, sans the HTC logo at the top of the phone. Could this be a photoshop job, or the real […]
12/13/2009, While the latest official ROM for the HTC HD2 is 1.48, thanks to the wonders of the Internet, version 1.61 of the firmware has been leaked on the XDA Developers site. While the whole list of updates in this version isn’t available, known improvements include the integration of the Pink splodge fix, an improved radio ROM, an Owner settings page and some calendar fixes. Check out more information on this […]
12/13/2009, It seems that the Internet is awash with news on the Google Nexus One (a.k.a. the Google Phone). Now it seems that the phone is busy exploring the Internet, as not just one, but multiple sites have reported a “Nexus One” showing up in the traffic logs, and it’s running Android 2.1. Webmasters out there, has the Nexus One paid your site a visit yet?
12/05/2009, The recent HTC Android 2.1 ROM leak filled us in on some of the codenames for upcoming HTC devices, now it seems more information of the HTC Espresso has surfaced, thanks to a recently discovered profile. According to it, the Espresso will sport a 528MHz processor, a QWERTY keyboard and a 320 x 480 display. It sure sounds like a HTC Hero with a QWERTY keyboard, doesn’t it?
12/04/2009, While there still isn’t any official confirmation on the Motorola Scholes just yet, more pictures of it seem to have appeared online. If the rumors are true, this device will be powered by Android 2.1 and will sport features such as a 3.7-inch touchscreen, FM radio, 5-megapixel camera. Word on the street is that it will be released on China Unicom as the XT701, which sounds rather unattractive to be […]
12/04/2009, Can’t wait to get your hands on the next-generation Intel Core i9 processor? Well, there’s always eBay, right? It seems that this processor was up for auction for a princely fee of $1200. All that money just to pick up this prototype 6-core Westmere Gulftown 2.4GHz LGA 1366 CPU, would you go for it? There’s no confirmation of the authenticity of the auction, it might have been a scam for […]
12/03/2009, A leak of the Android 2.1 ROM has unveiled a bunch of codenames for current as well as future HTC Android handsets, where among them include (take a deep breath now) Bahamas, Bravo, DesireC, Dragon, Dream, Espresso, Halo, HeroCT, HeroC, Hero, Huangshan, Incredible, Legend, Liberty, Memphis, Paradise, PassionC, Passion, Sapphire and Supersonic. We can’t wait to see the hardware which ought to live up to these codenames.