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Android 4.0 Comes To HTC Incredible S And Sony Xperia Mini

Android 4.0 Comes To HTC Incredible S And Sony Xperia Mini

Android 4.0 upgrades for Sony Xperia mini and HTC Incredible S are underway. The HTC Incredible S Android 4.0 update has already started. According to the source, the Incredible S over-the-air update has been started from July 2 worldwide. HTC has released Android 4.0.4 and Sense UI 3.6 for the Incredible S.

By On July 3, 2012 Respond
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VLC Media Player Gets Updated To 2.0.2 With Retina Display Support

VLC Media Player Gets Updated To 2.0.2 With Retina Display Support

VLC is one of the popular media player for Windows and other OS X platform. Recently, VideoLAN has released the latest version of VLC which is VLC 2.0.2. Among the major changes in the version, the VLC player is support Retina display. That means its application interface will be displayed at inherent resolution. The update enlarges not only to icons and menus, but also to the video content. You can directly download VLC 2.0.2 from VideoLAN.

By On July 2, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8 Full Upgrade To Be Available Only For Windows 7 Users

Windows 8 Full Upgrade To Be Available Only For Windows 7 Users

Microsoft has finalized its Windows 8 upgrade paths from older Windows versions. The company has shared its plans with selected partners. Microsoft has briefed them about Windows 8 upgrade paths for different users. Mary Jo Foley, a blogger of ZDNet reported details of the plans with reference to unnamed sources.

By On July 1, 2012 Respond
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Adobe Pulling Support From Android Flash Development

Adobe Pulling Support From Android Flash Development

When many giant companies are taking preparation to release or make latest Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS devices then Adobe has announced that they will not release any Flash Player update for Jelly Bean. Even, the company oppressively said that its new Flash Player software will no longer be able to install from the Google Play Store after August 15. Previously, the company has concatenated of supporting Chrome for Android. Because, Chrome was built-in browser in Android. So, that announcement gives a little surprise, because Chrome came out from beta version.

By On July 1, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Will Come This September

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Will Come This September

Already everybody knew that the new Galaxy Note’s manufacturing is going on. Even a few days before, the display size of the upcoming Galaxy Note 2 was not known. Now an internal source has confirmed that the display will be 5.5-inch. The design is inspired by the company’s Galaxy S III flagship smartphone. The thing is, Galaxy Note 2 release date has been moved to September instead of rumored October.

By On June 30, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Bids Farewell To Windows Explorer, It’s File Explorer In Windows 8

Microsoft Bids Farewell To Windows Explorer, It’s File Explorer In Windows 8

Microsoft said there would be a few surprises in its Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version of Windows 8. The company hinted that there would be some changes in the final version of Windows 8. However, Win8china has spotted something regarding some changes.

By On June 30, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone 8 Marketplace Will  Be Available From 180 Countries

Windows Phone 8 Marketplace Will Be Available From 180 Countries

With Microsoft big market penetration plan and Windows Phone 8 showdown , here comes another big news from Microsoft Windows Team Blog, that Windows Phone 8 market place will be available in 180 countries. Its a big move from present reach.

By On June 30, 2012 Respond
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Blackberry 10 Will Be Shipped First Quarter Of 2013

Blackberry 10 Will Be Shipped First Quarter Of 2013

The Canadian based company Research In Motion (RIM) is a maker of Blackberry smartphone. Already, Blackberry 10 has been popular by spreading through words and we also know that this phone will be come Blackberry OS with new features. It was expected that the phone will be launched later this year, but recently the company has said that it will be shipped in the first quarter of 2013.

By On June 29, 2012 Respond
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Concept Image Of Microsoft Surface Phone 8

Concept Image Of Microsoft Surface Phone 8

Previously, Microsoft has shown on its Surface Tablet to compete with the iPad. Jonas Daehnert has given a concept of Windows 8 ‘Surface Phone’ and published some images of what would the device might look like. According to Mr. Daehnert, Microsoft is planning to make a Surface Phone and later this year. He collects the concept from the Surface Tablet and also claims that it is the final concept of the Surface Phone.

By On June 28, 2012 Respond
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New Updates Added To Mountain Lion Developer Preview By Apple, Includes New Security Features

New Updates Added To Mountain Lion Developer Preview By Apple, Includes New Security Features

Apple regularly keeps shipping out new updates for its OS. Especially, these updates are first rolled out to the developers to gain their valuable feedback on it. Now, the company has released a new update for Mountain Lion Developer Preview 4. The update is available to the developers via Mac App Store.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Shows Off New Start Screen For Windows Phone 7.8

Microsoft Shows Off New Start Screen For Windows Phone 7.8

Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system may not be the most popular on the market, but the software giant is constantly tweaking things to make the smartphone operating system better. A new version of Windows Phone is being worked on right now, and version 7.8 will bring a new start screen that looks interesting. It’s not really anything we haven’t seen before, but it shows just how much Microsoft wants to make sure we all understand the changes.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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Apple Published  iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Apple Published iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Yesterday Apple pushed iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA for developers via OTA(Over The Air) update. Reportedly its around 300MB update via OTA, so a lot of things seems changed or fixed. Here we have detail changelog.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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Manage Your Mobile Workforce With The Help Of Google Maps Coordinate

Manage Your Mobile Workforce With The Help Of Google Maps Coordinate

Google is working hard with Google Maps by adding newer features and expanding the uses of these maps, especially for businesses. The search engine giant has now released a new feature called ‘Google Maps Coordinate’ which allows you to coordinate and monitor your mobile workforce.

By On June 26, 2012 1 Response
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Windows 8 Will Not Include Office Starter Edition

Windows 8 Will Not Include Office Starter Edition

Microsoft wants to change its distribution strategy for Office suite and the company is already working to implement it. Recently, Microsoft has notified their OEM PC partners that Windows 8 will not come with Office Starter 2010. This is a switch from the software vendors previous stance on providing free Office Starter software with pre-installed OEM versions of Windows 7. Users of Windows 8 would have to buy a separate license of Office suites.

By On June 24, 2012 Respond
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Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

A major Apple Employee discount program was announced by Tim Cook in last January, and was said to take effect in June (this year). According to 9to5Mac, Apple has kept its word and started the discount program on June 20. Under the Apple Employee discount program, now Apple employees can purchase a Mac computer with a $500 discount (excluding the Mac mini) and an iPad with a $250 discount.

By On June 22, 2012 2 Responses
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