12/07/2011, We know that the GSM version of the HTC Flyer in Europe will be receiving the Android Honeycomb 3.2 update, but what about the good folks down at Sprint with their HTC EVO View 4G tablets? While there has been no official word as to whether Sprint’s version of the HTC Flyer tablet will receive the Honeycomb 3.2 update, rumor has it that the update could be making its way […]
12/06/2011, I suppose that it makes perfect sense for some cities to have a mass rapid transit system known as the Metro, and as we all know, not all public transport is always punctual and on-the-dot like those you find in Japan and Singapore. Microsoft, having named their new Xbox 360 update as Metro, will like its real world counterpart, be delayed due to unforeseen circumstances, although further information and details […]
12/05/2011, Ever since a quote from Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs hinted at a possible “iTV” from Apple, there have been a flurry of rumors and speculation as to what we could expect from such a device. One common theme in all these rumors has suggested that we could see Siri integration into Apple’s iTV, thus allowing users to control their television via their voice. If those rumors are to […]
12/04/2011, We do know that at long last, the “Metro” update to the Xbox 360 dashboard has finally rolled out, but don’t get too excited just yet. In fact, it seems that there is quite a sizeable figure of Microsoft’s recently announced content partners who will not be able to make it to this particular “party”, where the more notable “casualties” would be Comcast’s Xfinity on-demand library, Verizon’s Fios live-tv service, […]
12/04/2011, The long-awaited Metro update for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 is said to start shipping tonight, where it ought to hit your console some time later this week – clearly turning the Xbox 360 into a device that will wear yet another hat apart from the classic gaming do, which would have it as a home media center. Don’t get me wrong – the Xbox 360 was a media center prior to […]
12/02/2011, The iOS 5.1 beta was seeded to developers not too long ago. Many had expected the update to address the battery draining issues that quite a few iOS owners were experiencing, but as it turns out that is not the case as there are still reports from those on the beta that the battery draining problem is still present.
12/01/2011, Sony Bravia 2011 owners will be pleased to know that Sony has issued a firmware update for your television set, bringing to you a variety of new features that we’re guessing most of you will appreciate.
11/30/2011, If you own a Kindle Fire, you might have noticed that Amazon has started pushing out a software update for the tablet today. In fact the update could already be installed and you don’t know it yet. The Kindle Fire has been configured to automatically download and install the update over a WiFi connection without any user intervention and there seems to be no way to prevent your device from […]
11/30/2011, Do you own a Sony PS3 console in your living room or bedroom, and have neglected it as of late simply because Skyrim came out? Well, you might want to wipe the dust off this bad boy, as the PS3 System Software Update has just leveled up – to touch version 4.00, to be exact. This is not a major system update, but rather, is a preparatory one to co-incide […]
11/29/2011, It seems that the Nintendo 3DS will be receiving its firmware update in due time, but there has been a snag in the schedule. Originally meant to be released at the end of this month, it seems that things are no longer on time. December 8th is the latest date that has been announced for Nintendo 3DS owners to be on the receiving end of firmware. According to Nintendo, December […]
11/25/2011, The Nokia Lumia 800 might just kick start Nokia’s revival in the world of smartphones, and at least it proved to be a larger success than the MeeGo-powered Nokia N9, sporting clean design cues as well as an operating system which is clearly catching up with the Android and iOS platforms, although it is still some ways off from being super popular. The battery life of the Nokia Lumia 800 […]
11/23/2011, Fret not ladies and gentlemen who cannot wait to wrap their hands around Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone but are rather apprehensive of the volume bug which has been making news around the world – Google has managed to fix the problem after being aware of this particular niggling issue. While all the evidence does seem to point towards a physical interference issue, Google thinks otherwise, and intend to “cure” this […]
11/23/2011, Are you living in Europe and use the Desire S as your smartphone of choice? If you are, then you will be pleased to hear that HTC Europe has just announced that folks who rely on the HTC Desire S as their primary tool of communication in that part of the world will finally be on the receiving end of the latest firmware update via Over The Air (OTA). Just […]
11/18/2011, Cars are getting smarter and smarter these days, and while the whole area of passive safety is being addressed with virtually new models each year, nothing still beats the driver being a responsible person whenever he/she is behind the wheel. Well, while plenty more software has been introduced into the world of smart cars, that will also translate to a potential downside – that is, vehicles might end up having […]