Just a question: How many apps do you usually install on your iPhone or iPad? I usually try to limit the number of apps on my iDevice, considering the huge chunk of storage it consumes on my 16GB tablet. But some of you might want to install just about anything you want from the App Store. According to Mid Atlantic Consulting, devices running iOS 6 that have more than 500 apps installed on them will begin to boot slowly and experience some issues.
Ramping up the number of apps to 1000 will reportedly stop the device from booting. Mid Atlantic Consulting said that it tried to contact Apple to confront the issue. The firm argued that if Apple’s devices are expected to replace other smartphones, pocket gaming devices, remote controls, timers and more, Apple should make way for unlimited apps. “In iOS 6 betas 1-3, this is not possible, although it was in iOS 4 and iOS 5. Apple said they will be fixing this issue but it may not be in the next beta,” Mid Atlantic Consulting wrote on its blog.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Apple fixes iOS 6 App Store bug, iOS 6 Maps will reportedly feature Yelp's check-in services,
It looks like Samsung has an announcement for a new Galaxy device up its sleeves. The company has started sending out save-the-date emails for an event that’s going to happen on August 15th where it will unveil its newest Galaxy device. As to what the device is, it’s hard to say. The Galaxy S3 was only recently released so it can’t be the S4, the Galaxy Note was announced at last year’s IFA so the Galaxy Note 2 should be unveiled at the same event as well (though there’s a chance it’ll be at this one), and Samsung has already announced its Note 10.1 at MWC 2012 so it shouldn’t be here again.
Perhaps a new Galaxy Tab or a new Nexus device? I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. In the meantime you can speculate in the comments below what you think the new Galaxy device is going to be.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Verizon Galaxy S3 to receive I535VRLG1 update, Samsung Galaxy S3 Premium Edition Accessories Pack launches in Taiwan,
Looking for a place to unwind this weekend? Well, there’s one place in Kabukicho, an entertainment and red-light district in Shinjuku, Tokyo that you might want to check out. It is called the Shinjuku Kabukicho Robot Restaurant. As the name suggests, the restaurant that’s more like a cabaret club features giant-sized robots and dancing women. Yes, the robot restaurant has real scantily clad women that will drive the giant robots while dancing along.
The restaurant has musical shows as well, and girls playing taiko drums together with a marching band. You’ll also see girls riding on motorbikes and a tank. According to CrunchyRoll, the Shinjuku Kabukicho Robot Restaurant reportedly costs 10 billion yen to build. If you’re interested, you’ll have to pay $37 to enjoy what the restaurant has to offer ? from drinks to robots, and from food and anything else. Of course, this isn’t a place for kids to wander. So you pretty much get the idea, hopefully.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Restaurant in New York completely replaces menus with iPad 2, Restaurant Uses Projector To Project Image Of Food On To Diners' Plates,
If you’ve ever experienced the convenience of iMessage on a Mac computer and your iOS devices, and wished that you had it on your non-Mac and non-iOS device you’re in luck; this is where mysms comes in. Launched earlier this year in Europe and now available worldwide, mysms is a service that allows users to create, send and receive text messages on any device. In addition to syncing your text messages across all your different devices, it allows you to send free text messages worldwide to other mysms users as well.
Also, what’s great about mysms is that it doesn’t use any proprietary messaging formats which means you’ll be able to send messages to people who don’t even use the mysms app. The app is available free now for iOS, and Android devices, Mac, Windows, Facebook, Chrome, and as HTML app. Windows Phone availability is expected in Q3 2012. No word on whether the app will be available on BlackBerry devices, but I guess BB users should keep their fingers crossed. I haven’t given mysms a go yet but the concept sounds pretty good to me. If you’re interested in checking out mysms, hit the link below.
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For those of you who have been holding out on Dead Trigger for Android because of its $0.99 price tag, it looks like you won’t have to anymore. Madfinger Games, the company behind the game announced a new update for that game that includes a bunch of new content with one massive change: the game is now free to play. While users can still make in-app purchases to help them advance in the game faster, those who refuse to spend a single cent to finish the game can also do so.
Zyvex Marine, a division of Zyvex Technologies and developer of nanotech lightweight boats, has launched its latest creation – the LRV-17. The LRV-17 is a 17-meter advanced Long Range Vessel that is built for speeds of up to 40 knots with a range of over 1,500 nautical miles. The LRV-17 uses a deep-V hull with an active gyroscope stabilizer that will significantly improve sea handling while reducing factors that can cause human fatigue. By default, the vessel is manned with two operators on it, although four additional seats can be added as well to allow a six-man crew on board. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: AlertMe launches Iris, Yahoo now deploying additional security measures following data breach,
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It looks like Facebook is currently testing a new popup notifications system. Instead of having your notifications pop up on the bottom left corner of the screen, they will be on the top left of the screen near the blue menu bar instead. According to reports online, some users are now receiving these new popup notifications while using Facebook. The popup is said to stay on the screen for about five seconds before disappearing.
At the moment they are reported to be on profiles and brand pages but I have yet to encounter these popups myself. Since I’m usually not on Facebook for long periods of time, I doubt these popups will make my Facebook experience any different but I guess it’s a nice addition for folks who don’t like the current bottom left placement of the notification popup. What do you think of this new popup? Have any of you started receiving them yet?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Official London 2012 Facebook Game lets you get in the game, Washington State lets you register to vote on Facebook,