10/19/2011, So today Android’s latest build, Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, was launched today and you can check out our coverage here. Now we’re sure that this is a build of Android that many Android users out there can’t wait to get their hands on, but as to when you can expect to receive the update remains unknown at this point since a lot of factors come into play, such as manufacturers […]
10/18/2011, HP may have decided to call it quits with their webOS devices, but it looks like they will still be providing support for it, although as to how much longer remains unknown. The good news is that for early adopters of HP’s TouchPad and who are actually using the tablet for webOS as opposed to waiting for its Android port, HP has issued an OTA update for the tablet today.
10/17/2011, There is a new, non-mandatory PS3 firmware update that bumps up the version number to 3.73 that is available, awaiting your download. Basically, nothing major was included but it is still recommended that you make that update since Sony claims “stability during use of certain PS3 format software has been improved.” Assuming your PS3 system software version is 3.72 (or later), there is no need to go ahead with this […]
10/17/2011, In late September, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread for the HTC Thunderbolt was released, finally bringing the 4G LTE phone on Verizon up to date with other Android phones out there. Thunderbolt owners jumped for joy, naturally – but all that excitement was quickly replaced with disappointment because while their phones were up to date, the Gingerbread update introduced a whole set of new bugs to the phone. These bugs included […]
10/17/2011, When Google announced their plans to acquire Motorola Mobility (the deal is still being given a once over by the antitrust regulators), many were worried that Google may start favoring Motorola Android devices over other Android manufacturers, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, etc. While Google may have said that they will not be playing favorites, Fudzilla seems to think otherwise, claiming to hear “repeatedly” that Motorola’s Xoom tablet may be […]
10/13/2011, If you’ve recently gotten your hands on AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2, it looks like a firmware update for your device has already been leaked and is available for download, assuming of course your device has already been rooted. For those who would rather avoiding rooting or don’t know how to root, based on this leak, we don’t expect the actual update to be too far behind. The build has been […]
10/13/2011, While we know that RIM is working hard on fixing the recent BlackBerry outage, and a lot of folks are experiencing problems updating to iOS 5, Microsoft has decided to capitalize on the service’s downtime by drawing frustrated consumers to its side.
10/13/2011, Earlier this year at E3, Microsoft announced a major update to the Xbox LIVE dashboard, and while the update hasn’t been released yet, it looks like they’re ready to give the public a preview of what the update is going to be like. The company has just announced on its official Xbox blog that they’re putting the update through a preview phase and is looking for potential guinea pigs to […]
10/12/2011, Magellan has just announced an update for its iPhone GPS navigation app, RoadMate, to version 2.2. Besides being a functional navigation app to help you find a way to your destination, the update brings your maps up to date, adds red light camera and fixed speed camera alerts (for you speed demons out there) and a brand new Junction View feature to guide users through tricky freeway interchanges – great […]
10/12/2011, Nothing in the beta could have let us foresee that the iOS 5 update process would be harder than usual, but it was. It is fair to assume that unresponsive servers and possibly some issues with iTunes itself may be the cause of the troubles that some users have been experiencing today. At the moment, I suspect that the update Error 3200 is one that is related to unresponsive servers because after […]
10/12/2011, Now we all know that the long-awaited Google TV update has been delayed by a few weeks, and it looks like Google is making good on their promise. The Google TV Developers twitter account recently posted a tweet announcing the release of the final Android SDK add-on for Google TV. While this won’t mean much for regular consumers, developers now have all the tools to make apps for Google TV. […]
10/10/2011, Samsung has announced a nifty new update for Korean versions of the Galaxy S2 Android smartphone. One of the main features of the update is the unofficially named “Senior Mode”. This update gives Galaxy S2 owners the option to enable larger icons on their phones, making them easier to see and locate. While having a big screen usually means more space for more icons, this feature will help those without […]
10/10/2011, Own an Xbox 360? Well, if you answered in the affirmative, then surely you would be pleased to hear of any announcement of a system update, whether it is a major or minor one. Tomorrow will herald an update that falls under the latter category, where it falls under the “mandatory system update” category. For folks who have already signed into LIVE, you may be signed out so do take […]
10/06/2011, Great news for all Dell Streak 7 owners out there in the US – the wait for the Honeycomb update on this side of the world is finally over! The Honeycomb update was released for the European Dell Streak 7 tablets earlier this month, and not too far away from its initial release, it looks like it’s ready for the Streak 7 tablets stateside. If you haven’t received any notifications […]