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.
Posts by Muhammad Ali
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.
Boy these Kinect hacks just keep coming thick and fast don’t they? Folks at Evoluce have developed a software which will enable gamers to use Kinect to play any mouse controlled games. To prove their software works, they have published a video which shows RUSE, a mouse enabled game being played using gestures, a language that Kinect understands. Video is available for your viewing pleasure after the jump.
The iPhone Dev Team has rolled out an update for redsn0w 0.9.6, the jailbreak tool that brought tethered/untethered jailbreak for iOS 4.2.1. If you happen to be the member of the tethered jailbreak, you will know how annoying is to boot into tethered mode every time. Well, the hackers gang have decided to make the tethered jailbreak a bit less painful by rolling out redsn0w 0.9.6rc7, whichr bring one-click tethered boot for the latest generation of iDevices.
Saving the iOS 4.2.1 SHSH of your iDevice has gotten a whole lot important. Why? Well, MuscleNerd, the iPhone Dev Team member has advised the jailbreak universe to save the SHSH blob for the iOS 4.2.1 aka iOS 4.2 firmware, to ensure an untethered jailbreak for iOS 4.3 when it arrives.
Nokia N900 has been known for being friendly to Android ports. So the news of Gingerbread landing on the Maemo 5 powered N900 shouldn’t come as a surprise and should be considered as part of the package. So how stable is Android 2.3 build? Find the answer after the jump.
The year 2010, brought with it a lot of promising gadgets ranging from smartphones to Tablets and much more. If we were to pick the most exciting product it has to be the Tablet, as the next generation of mobile computing products were I think one of the most talked about products throughout the year, largely due to the high flying and high selling iPad. One other product was Galaxy Tab which has been termed by Wired as one of the most significant gadgets of 2010. Find out why after the jump.