The Wall Street Journal is citing sources claiming to have knowledge of the situation that say Apple has ordered larger screens from its Asian suppliers and traditionally used in the iPhone. The...
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Some might say that it is ironic for a site like The Pirate Bay to be hit by a DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack, considering the nature of the site itself, as the site has been more or less inaccessible in large parts for the past 24 hours. Folks living in the UK have it slightly better though, touting that the service itself has been intermittent. The Pirate Bay even stepped forward and confirmed the DDoS attack on their Facebook page, citing that it “had its suspicions”, although not revealing the identity to the masses, with hacking group Anonymous being ruled out, citing them as an “unlikely” party. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Dutch court blocks The Pirate Bay, High Court to ISPs: Pirate Bay must be blocked,
If you are the type of Android smartphone user that likes to apply different ROMs to your device frequently and use Google Play Music, changes been made you need to be aware of. Google is apparently...
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As per previous reports, it isn?t the first time we are hearing about iOS 6 showing up in user logs. On top of that, we reported recently that Apple has allegedly decided to replace Google Maps in favor of its own version of a mapping application simply called ?Maps? in iOS 6 as well. The operating system which is rumored to be announced at Apple?s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next month seems to have gotten another tit-bit of information to substantiate that fact just a little more.
The cloud-based gaming scene is about to get yet another contender with Gaikai backed up by Nvidia entering the fray. Gaikai which is the brainchild of gaming maestro David Perry will allow players to play games from either smartphones, tablets, desktop computers or even televisions as long as they are capable of streaming HD video with just a high-speed internet connection on a service called GeForce Grid. If all the talk about this has triggered your memories about Onlive, you wouldn?t be that far off.
Flipboard has released an update that seems to indicate its wishes to be the first magazine that will come to users with a soundtrack. The update which was released on Tuesday integrates music-sharing service SoundCloud in addition to radio programs from NPR and Public Radio International (PRI). The popular magazine application for the iPhone, iPad and for the Samsung Galaxy S3 (legally for now) collects articles, images, photo albums and videos that your friends on social networks share and it proceeds to reorganize them into a magazine specifically based on the collected data.
Have you ever wanted to take photos when tackling an Adventure game? This next title includes a camera for just that purpose.[...]
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The folks over at 343 Industries seemed to have preferred to allow fans of the popular first-person-shooter franchise Halo, discover the Box Art that will be featured on the upcoming game on their own accord. Apparently, Microsoft which still has a hand in the game’s development sent out segments to fans of the game through email a while back and after fans discovered that it could be part of a bigger picture, they re-grouped at the Halo Waypoint forums and proceeded to assemble the complete image from the separate pieces Microsoft sent them in reportedly less than an hour.
After the successful launching of the Samsung Galaxy S3 in London earlier this month, news about the phone has spread like wildfire. The release of the device which is said to be on May 30th beginning in London and other possible places, got a twist when the South Korean electronics giant announced today that whoever pre-ordered the flagship device from its official store at Westfield Stratford City in London will be able to get their hands on the much anticipated smartphone a day earlier than everyone else.
Everyone loves a note-taking application and now the popular one Evernote for Android devices has received an update that brings an all-new Ice Cream Sandwich-based UI and a few new features to the tablet. The latest update brings the version of the application up to 4.0 just Ice Cream Sandwich by the way. The sleek looking new UI has been completely redesigned and it now takes advantage of new swipe gestures which allegedly brings more intuitive controls to make accessing your notes that much easier. Besides that the updated application also has toolbars at the bottom called ?action bars? which adhere to the context in which the application is at, at that particular time.