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Nexus 7 Tablet Update: Expected To Arrive By End Of June

Nexus 7 Tablet Update: Expected To Arrive By End Of June

Rumors regarding Google’s expected Nexus tablet have been surfacing, one after the other. First, very clear hints of the existence of the tablet surfaced on a benchmarking site which had the whole tech world excited. Then, we were able to see direct images which were claimed to be of the 7-inch Nexus tablet, showing off a decent, neat tablet.

By On June 11, 2012 2 Responses
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Apple May Drop Support For iPad 1 In iOS 6

Apple May Drop Support For iPad 1 In iOS 6

Apple’s WWDC 2012 is nearly here and although we are merely hours away from some really important announcements from Apple, the rumors haven’t been put to rest. In fact, the speed with which the rumors are surfacing has only increased. Now, for instance, it is being reported that Apple will drop support for old iOS devices such as iPad 1 in iOS 6.

By On June 11, 2012 Respond
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Adobe Repaired Critical Flash Bugs, Also Released Sandboxed Plug-in For Firefox

Adobe Repaired Critical Flash Bugs, Also Released Sandboxed Plug-in For Firefox

Adobe has repaired seven critical debilitation in Flash Player and side by side released sandboxed plug-in for Firefox and security updates for Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.235 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. The company also released Adobe Flash Player 11.1.115.8 and earlier versions for Android 4.x, and Adobe Flash Player 11.1.111.9 and earlier versions for Android 3.x and 2.x, respectively. It is the fifth security update in 2012, that means Adobe has faced many security bugs. The company said that these updates allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

By On June 10, 2012 1 Response
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Opera CEO Not Interested To Sell Opera To Facebook

Opera CEO Not Interested To Sell Opera To Facebook

After Facebook’s IPO and acquisition of Instagram for $1 billion, a news has been published that Facebook wants to buy Opera browser for its upcoming phone. Lars Boilesen, CEO of Opera said that he is not interested in Facebook to take over. It can be said that Opera will be featured on a Facebook’s upcoming phone.

By On June 10, 2012 Respond
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US Cellular To Offer Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB For $199.99 And 32GB For $249.99

US Cellular To Offer Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB For $199.99 And 32GB For $249.99

U.S. Cellular has announced through Twitter that Samsung’s flagship 4G LTE Galaxy SIII will be available for pre-order on the network from June 12. The company will offer Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB for $199.99 and 32GB for $249.99. Interested buyers will get an option to prepay for the device from June 12 and sign up for updates from June 5 at uscellular.com/gs3. Unfortunately, the price includes $100 mail-in-rebate, even if you want to buy from online. Both models will be available in marble white color, and the 16GB version will also be available in pebble blue color. The operator did not revealed when the shipping will start.

By On June 9, 2012 1 Response
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Apple May Announce Baidu As Default iOS Search Engine In China

Apple May Announce Baidu As Default iOS Search Engine In China

Apple’s much-anticipated WWDC 2012 is about to kickstart on coming Monday. On the occasion, the company is expected to make a number of important announcements. While they are already a number of rumors as to what Apple may unveil at the event, a new rumor now suggests that Apple may announce Baidu as default iOS search engine for Chinese users at the event.

By On June 9, 2012 1 Response
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Samsung Releases Cross-Platform Messaging App ChatON For Windows Phone

Samsung Releases Cross-Platform Messaging App ChatON For Windows Phone

Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform may have some pretty good devices as well as nifty software to its name, it hasn’t been able to gain as much traction in the tech world as iOS or Android devices. And the chief reason for this is that Windows Phone platform lacks an adequate number of apps. In such a scenario, every new app for Windows Phone devices is a welcome addition.

By On June 8, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Stops HTC From Customizing Windows RT

Microsoft Stops HTC From Customizing Windows RT

It seems that Microsoft is following a rather closed strategy when it comes to its upcoming OS, Windows 8. This is manifest in the fact that Microsoft has refused to let hardware vendors tinker with the tablet version of Windows 8, called Windows RT. The result of this is that HTC has been rather severely reprimanded over its attempts to tweak Windows RT.

By On June 8, 2012 1 Response
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Samsung Gets On The Board Of Linux Foundation

Samsung Gets On The Board Of Linux Foundation

Samsung isn’t exactly known for being among the open-source big-wigs, even though the company has been toying with a number of open-source tools and software. Now, it seems that the Korean electronics maker is planning a serious role in the open-source community.

By On June 7, 2012 Respond
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Garmin Zumo 665 Widescreen Motorcycle Navigator

Garmin Zumo 665 Widescreen Motorcycle Navigator

Introducing the Garmin’s Zumo 665 Widescreen Navigator specially built for the Motorcycle rider. Now get ready for the ultimate adventure on new route and explore your city and go for a long ride in a unknown destination with the Zumo 665. The features includes navigator with stereo Bluetooth and XM satellite radio, weather and traffic.

By On June 6, 2012 Respond
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GPSed – Premium Trip Tracker App For iOS [Free]

GPSed – Premium Trip Tracker App For iOS [Free]

GPSed is a unique GPS tracking app that allows you to track your trip in real time. This amazing navigational app is developed by SHAPE Services. The regular price of the app is $1.99, but the discounted price right now is $0, i.e. the app is freely available at App Store for a limited time.

By On June 6, 2012 Respond
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Analyst Predicts Facebook Will Disappear By 2020

Analyst Predicts Facebook Will Disappear By 2020

This is going to be perhaps the first prediction that announces something dismal about Facebook’s future. The social network has been progressing by leaps and bounds and has been doing great overall. However, even since the company went public, its share has only fallen down, stumbling from a $38 opening to somewhere near $26. And the chief reason for this is that Facebook still has to monetize its mobile audience.

By On June 5, 2012 1 Response
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Pwnage Tool 5.1.1, Cinject And Redsn0w 0.9.12b1 Updated With Rocky Racoon 5.1.1 Untether

Pwnage Tool 5.1.1, Cinject And Redsn0w 0.9.12b1 Updated With Rocky Racoon 5.1.1 Untether

Ever since the leaders of iOS hackers community, iPhone Dev Team and Chronic Dev Team, were able to release an untethered jailbreak of iOS 5.1.1 in Absinthe 2.0, this opened a whole world of possibilities for other iOS jailbreaking tools. The Rocky Racoon update landed a little later and now, thanks to this update, a lot of other jailbreaking tools are being updated.

By On June 5, 2012 Respond
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Apple May Introduce Siri To iPad With iOS 6

Apple May Introduce Siri To iPad With iOS 6

Rumors are abound about Apple’s upcoming release of iOS 6 which is due to happen at its WorldWide Developers Conference starting on June 11th. A lot has been speculated as to what will Apple encapsulate in iOS 6 and what other big announcements may the company make at the occasion. Now, another rather interesting bit of rumor has arrived: that Apple will finally bring its voice-based assistant, Siri, to iPad with the release of iOS 6.

By On June 5, 2012 Respond
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Apple’s Next iPhone Will Come With Broadcom BCM4334 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Chip

Apple’s Next iPhone Will Come With Broadcom BCM4334 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Chip

Tech analysts are hunting for any hints that may suggest the hardware that will go into the next iPhone from Apple. While there hasn’t been a lot of confirmed successes here, 9to5mac is now claiming that it has discovered some of the hardware details of iPhone 5 in the code dumps of the debugger from the prototype of next iPhone.

By On June 4, 2012 1 Response
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