Muhammad Ali is my name and I see myself as a devoted and hard working software engineer striving to keep up to date with the latest inventions and technologies in the IT world. Likeness for writing is one of the reasons that brought me here.I relish and strive on facing challenges and coming out of them with flying colors.
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CES 2011 will be commencing on 6th January and will be a 3 day affair. Microsoft fans, particularly, Kinect lovers will be pleased to know that Microsoft’s keynote will possibly unveil a new game for Microsoft’s motion sensing controller, Kinect.
Paul Thurrott, the Microsoft watcher has provided some exciting information about the first Windows Phone 7 update, which many of us refer to as the Copy/Paste update. According to the Thurrot, the first ever update for the glance and go experience offering mobile OS is called No Donuts (codenamed NoDo) and will be announce by Steve Ballmer tomorrow when Microsoft CEO kicks off the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2011 proceedings in Las Vegas.
Boy these Chrome Notebook hacks just keep coming don’t they? Hot on the heels of Cr-48, Google’s prototype notebook for Chrome OS, playing host to Windows 7 and Mac OS X, we now see Google’s open source mobile OS landing on the Chrome notebook.
Creativity has no limits is the thought that came to my mind as soon as I came across this cool and innovative iPhone accessory which the makers are calling Hive. What does it do? Well its an iPhone Dock, and not just any iPhone Dock, a dock that converts your iPhone into a small TV on the fly.
You and I both know that Android hardware requirements isn’t a new topic in the smartphone world. Prior to the launch of Gingerbread aka Android 2.3, there was a rumor of Gingerbread posing strict hardware restrictions which later turned out to be false, thankfully. And now, Honeycomb is entering the hardware constraints circle and is rumored to impose the restriction of a dual core processor.
Who is surprised upon reading the title of the post? I am not and you can understand why. A YouTube video which you can see after the break, sees iPhone 4 and LG Optimus 2X aka LG Star go head to head in the bid to top the browser speed test, with LG’s Optimus 2X, the first dual core processor powered smartphone coming out as the clear winner.
So you thought that Nexus S overclock journey would end at 1.2 Ghz? Well, Senior member of XDA developers, morfic and his team, Team Whiskey or TW as it is being called, isn’t resting just yet as the team has now overclocked the processor to run at 1.3 Ghz. The issue that is yet to be fixed includes the not so important (for some) bluetooth connectivity issue.
Remember Worms, one of the all time great strategy games which had you all excited on your PC? The very original Worms is coming to Android courtesy EA. While the game is yet to get an official roll out from the makers of the game, someone has leaked out Worms for Android, and the apk file has been downloaded and installed by an XDA member, silviantrius. Video demo of the game follows after the jump.
Does the phrase Will it Blend ring any bells to you? Yes, folks we have another Will it Blend video to share with you guys and guess who was tore to pieces? It’s Cr-48, the Google Chrome Notebook or the prototype Chrome netbook as some of you like to call it. Say what? The Notebook can’t fit into the blender? You are absolutely right but remember the saying: when there is a will there is a way. See how the whole blending experience went like after the jump.
Is this a surprise or was this on the script? I will go with the latter option. Samsung has made one heck of a pleasant announcement – it has managed to reach its goal of selling 10 millions Galaxy S phones for the calendar year 2010. By doing so, it now holds the world record of selling most Android phones.