iPhone 4 just keeps setting new records. Macstories report that Apple’s high selling stainless steel phone has been awarded with a Guinness world record.
The social networking giant Facebook has launched a new advanced security feature called Login Approvals; this security option is introduced to restrict unauthorized access to Facebook user accounts.
The moment which you all Angry Birds Rio fanatics have been waiting for has finally arrived. Rovio Mobile has announced via their Facebook page that the Beach Volley update for the extremely popular Angry Birds Rio has gone live.
Why is it that every time I browse Apple Support communities, I end up discovering an iOS related issue. Last time, I came across the unpleasant iOS 4.3.3 battery drain issue. My latest trip to Apple’s official forum has brought to my attention a disturbing iOS 4.3.3 issue: compliant iDevices are unable to connect to the WiFi network.
Now that’s what I call a pleasant surprise. XDA developer dastion1015 has done the seemingly impossible, as the hacker has managed to port Honeycomb to the very popular HTC Hero. How stable is the port? Find the answer after the jump.
The HTC Incredible S was designed to fill the 4-inch screen gap that this now infamous Taiwanese manufacturer had in the United Kingdom; it also covers the lower end of the price spectrum quite nicely and should become a keen rival to most other smartphones within this price bracket (which comes in more affordably than high-end handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 4 – costing a relatively small £25 a month).
The battle between Android and iPhone just keeps getting more and more interesting. Bloomberg reports that Android has overtaken iPhone in Japan in the market share race.
Ever wondered how Steve Jobs would do in the Mario world? Well, folks at FRUITcomputer did that as pointed out by RazorianFly and intend to allow everyone to live the experience as well in the form of an iPhone game called Super Steve Bros.
Mashable has pointed our attention to a Kung Fu Panda 2 video which we are sure you will love watching. What’s so exciting about this video? Why don’t you see it yourself after the break.
An update appeared on the official PlayStation Blog, after 4 days of no information regarding PlayStation Network outage. Read after the break, how Sony yet again failed to deliver an exact time or date over PSN restoration in this new update.