When you are using a Wi-Fi network and not able to access the Internet – you will end up troubleshooting to find the problem as -“Wifi doesn’t have a valid IP configuration”.
We know that the iOS 5.0.1 beta has been rolled out to select users and the update is expected to bring about several fixes, namely the battery drain problem that seems to have plagued many iPhone users who have upgraded to iOS 5. So does the iOS 5.0.1 beta solve this battery issue? Well, according to some users it certainly does.
Do you remember the Gingerbread update for the Droid X that was released not too long ago? Well, instead of just upgrading the phone to Android Gingerbread, it introduced host of new problems to the phone as well. It’s been quite awhile now, but Verizon has finally released an update for the phone to get rid of its problems. The update is rolling out today and can be downloaded over […]
On Wednesday, a German site reported about a serious flaw in iOS that if left unfixed, could leave the operating system vulnerable to malware without the user’s knowledge. The issue is due to the way iOS handles PDF files – even those that are infected. Read up more about the security hole here. Fortunately it has been reported that Apple has learnt about the issue and is working on a […]
Great news for users of the LG G2x: T-Mobile has announced that it will be releasing the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) update for the phone this summer. But before that, they will also be releasing a software fix for the G2x that should address the random restart and shutdown issues that a small number of G2x owners have been facing according to a report from PCMag.As we learnt earlier this week, […]
Earlier today, we reported about an outage that a number of Skype users were facing. Apparently the downtime was due to a corruption that occurred in those users’ systems, though it wasn’t explained how such a thing happened. Anyway, Skype gave instructions on how to solve the problem but they were fairly technical and not for everybody. Thankfully they’ve come up with an update that fixes the problem automatically.If you’re […]
At the moment there seems to be an outage of Skype going on. A small number of users have reported about having trouble logging in or sending messages and making video calls. Skype is aware of the problem, and have found out what it is though they haven’t announced what it is yet. But Skype has posted a temporary solution to get Skype working again, head over to the official […]
Remember the whole controversy about AT&T capping upload speeds on their 4G phones? Well, AT&T mentioned that they were testing and preparing the network before releasing the update to 4G phone users on their network. It’s been awhile now and we’ve still yet to hear about the fix from AT&T, and despite the fix that is supposed to be on the way, the folks over at XDA-developers didn’t sit around […]
Remember the Skype for Android vulnerability that was made public by Android Police last week? Skype recognized the issue and announced that they were working on a fix for it. Well it looks like they were pretty quick to their feet because today they’ve released an update that addresses the issues found.In case you weren’t aware of the issue, Skype for Android had a vulnerability where its database that contains […]
When the Mac OS X 10.6.7 update was released last week, in addition to the incompatibilities it caused with NVIDIA’s Quadro 4000 graphics cards, it introduced a major issue to the 2010 MacBook Air 13″ computers: the notebook would just crash whenever it ran iTunes. Nothing would cause the computer to respond except a forced shutdown via the power button. If you’ve been having these crashing problems, or you have […]
It looks like Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6.7 update released a few days ago doesn’t only bring improvements to the operating system. It introduces new problems to Macs that use NVIDIA Quadro 4000 graphics cards. It has been reported that the display driver for the graphics card was incompatible with OS X 10.6.7 and during installation of the update, it was simply removed. Without the proper drivers for the graphics […]
For those of you who are affected by Skype’s downtime, fret not, help is on the way. According to a blog post on the official Skype blog, Peter Parkes, Skype’s blogger-in-chief announced that the downtime is caused by their supernodes going down. He explains that Skype isn’t like other conventional phone or IM networks – it relies on individual connections between computers and phones to keep things up and running […]
As expected, Sprint has announced a maintenance-release update for the Samsung Epic 4G, an update that is touted to address the slow upload speeds experienced by the mobile phone. The software will be automatically downloaded to Epic 4G phones, so you’ll want to keep an eye open as it should be popping up on your phone pretty soon. The update will be pushed out in stages from 9/30 12AM EST […]