At first glance, it looks as if someone could have leaked Google’s new flagship phone according to TechHog’s writer, Michael Blake, who claims to have a friend working in the Android Dev labs. The Nexus 3 is also rumored to be the first device to sport Ice Cream Sandwich, the unifying version of Android OS which will bridge the gap between tablets and smartphones by bringing pieces of Honeycomb to both types of platforms. Back to the actual device itself, it’s very interesting that it doesn’t appear to have physical buttons of any kind – it also lacks apparent branding.
Ok, this is pretty cool, I’ve got to admit that this would be a really cool novelty program! This is just going to be a short article that summarizes Blue Stacks and what it does. Basically, it’s this prgram that you can install on your PC and it allows you to switch from Windows to the Android OS and back again with a simple click. If you have any doubts or are confused in anyway, then watch this video – it will clean up everything.
We just couldn’t resist, this is the best iPhone Nano mockup we have seen! It’s extremely detailed, and notice how the home button is touch based! Thanks to Ds51A for designing this amazing mockup!
I’m sure most of you remember Steve Wozniak’s White iPhone 4. If so, then you remember that it was done by some kid who was running a black-to-white iPhone 4 conversion service. And Steve Wozniak admitted to hiring Fei Lam (no relation to Gizmodo’s Editor Brian Lam), a New York teenager who racked up $130,000 with his iPhone conversion business. Of course, as soon as the story started appearing on major news stations, Apple sent its legal (and loyal) minions after Fei, and almost instantly, he shut down his website, whiteiphone4now.com, and slipped under the radar. MacRumors recently discovered that
Today, we’ve got some interesting news that relates to the Goliath of the online book-world, Amazon – they recently announced their new Mac Download Store. While customers have always been able to download software from Amazon for PC, they have introduced a new line of software for OS X in hopes of competing with the Mac App Store. Major titles include Microsoft Office, Inuit Quicken, Roxio’s Toast and a ton of games.
I’m sure we can all agree that the general consensus lately has been that the next-gen iPhone won’t make an appearance until fall of this year (even though we at BestTechInfo never believed it for a second) – according to ElectricPig, Apple’s UK PR department is trying to round up UK-based journalists in hopes of convincing them to attend WWDC 2011. A source tells us that Apple’s UK iPhone PR team is approaching journalists from major publications to fly out to the event in San Francisco next month. The obvious conclusion would be that Apple is announcing a new iPhone. Or rather,
With all of the issues that the iOS 4 brought to the iPhone 3GS (random reboots, poor battery life, slower performance and an overall sluggish UI), it was pretty clear that the iPhone 3GS would soon stop receiving updates from Apple – thus rendering the phone outdated.
It makes sense, Apple doesn’t just give out the Square Readers for free because if they did, there wouldn’t be any profit in it (for Apple) and people would simply take it just because it’s free.
Early this morning, P0sixninja, one of the key members to the Chronic Dev Team and apparently the one in charge of the iPad 2 Jailbreak shared something pretty interesting with us on Twitter: