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Android 4.0 ICS Update Will Land On Verizon Motorola Xoom On June 4th

Android 4.0 ICS Update Will Land On Verizon Motorola Xoom On June 4th

Google’s latest iteration of Android OS, namely Ice Cream Sandwich, has been open for quite some time now. However, some vendors have been really slow in rolling out the update to their respective devices. One of these devices would be Verizon-supported Motorola Xoom tablet.

By On June 3, 2012 1 Response
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7.1% Android Users Use Ice Cream Sandwich Now

7.1% Android Users Use Ice Cream Sandwich Now

Android Ice Cream Sandwich has been released by Google since quite some time. However, it has gained really slow traction in the world of Android devices since a lot of vendors have rolled out the update quite late. Now, Google has revealed that out of total Android users, 7.1 percent are currently using Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Get Native IPv6 On Android Phones With T-Mobile

Get Native IPv6 On Android Phones With T-Mobile

IPv6 has been around for quite some time but the standard still lacks implementation when it comes to wireless carriers. IPv4 is already exhausted and there is a pertinent need to move towards widespread use of IPv6 but there’s slow progress on that front. Now, T-Mobile has taken an initiative which we wish may inspire other carriers too.

By On June 2, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Makes Galaxy S3 Source Code Open

Samsung Makes Galaxy S3 Source Code Open

Last month, Samsung has introduced Galaxy S3 smartphone which has impressive hardware and run on Google’s Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. In the short time of introducing, Samsung has revealed 180MB of source code for Samsung Galaxy S3 units with the model number GT-I9300. Abreast original source code, a 1.2MB update is also available which supports for the GT-I9300_MEA, GT-I9300_SEA and GT-I9300_SWA models.

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Apple’s iOS Devices Are Most Significant In Mobile Web Usage

Apple’s iOS Devices Are Most Significant In Mobile Web Usage

Google may have been able to beat other smartphone vendors in that the total number of Android smartphone sales has outed all the others. However, Apple is still the winner in a lot of things. To count a few, Apple has the highest revenue and the highest profits among all the smartphone vendors.

By On June 2, 2012 Respond
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Secure Your Android Device Over Public Wi-Fi With Hotspot Shield

Secure Your Android Device Over Public Wi-Fi With Hotspot Shield

Public hotspots are a risky business. You may have your precious data snooped away from your device over a public wi-fi network. However, there are certain tools with the help of which you can avoid such a happening. For instance, the Hotspot Shield app by AnchroFree is able to guard your device over a public wi-fi.

By On June 2, 2012 Respond
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FBI Arrested New Jersey Mayor For Hacking Recall Website

FBI Arrested New Jersey Mayor For Hacking Recall Website

Last Thursday, FBI arrested New Jersey mayor Felix Roque and his son Joseph Roque on suspicion of hacking into a website of political foes who were seeking the Mayor’s recall. If the charge is proved, both the son and the father have to pay a long-term visit to prison that may extend up to 11 years, and have to pay fines up to $750,000.

By On May 30, 2012 1 Response
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Caravan Of Three Autonomous Cars Completes 125 Miles Of Public Road Test

Caravan Of Three Autonomous Cars Completes 125 Miles Of Public Road Test

Autonomous driving has been becoming popular in today’s world. While Google may be company which is often in headlines for driverless cars, it turns out that there are many others out there who are trying out the concept and utilizing it to some very unique uses. Project SARTRE is one such example.

By On May 30, 2012 Respond
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Radiation Detecting Smartphone Unveiled By Japanese Carrier Softbank

Radiation Detecting Smartphone Unveiled By Japanese Carrier Softbank

In 2011, when tsunami and earthquake hit Japan, it was a huge disaster. While the humanitarian scale of losses was immense, the environmental toll was also great. For instance, the Fukushima nuclear plant ran into disaster as a result of the catastrophes and posed a major threat to the areas around it due to radiation leaks. As it turns out, the Japanese population is still worried about leaks from the site.

By On May 30, 2012 3 Responses
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Researchers Using Kinect In Nano-satellites For Docking In Space

Researchers Using Kinect In Nano-satellites For Docking In Space

Researchers at the University of Surrey are preparing for a new mission. For this, space innovators at the University of Surrey and Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) are developing ‘STRaND-2’ (Surrey Training, Research, and Nanosatellite Demonstrator), a nano satellite which is the identical satellite of STRaND-1 and includes Xbox Kinect technology. The mission is to hook up both the satellites together in space.

By On May 29, 2012 Respond
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Total CyanogenMod Android Installs Reach 2 Million

Total CyanogenMod Android Installs Reach 2 Million

CyanogenMod is one of the most popular hacked and customized Android-based ROM. Android being an open-source software, fans have been tweaking with it and there are a number of custom ROMs out there. But CyanogenMod has been the most popular and widely-used of these ROMs. Now, it has been found out that the total installs of this custom ROM have reached a massive figure of 2 million merely months after it crossed 1 million!

By On May 29, 2012 Respond
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Sony Cybershot DSC-HX20V With 40x Clear Image Zoom

Sony Cybershot DSC-HX20V With 40x Clear Image Zoom

What do you want from a point-n-shoot camera that you want carry when you go out on an adventure? At least, you will want that your camera will have long zoom, punchy colors, high quality movie mode and built-in GPS. With the Sony Cyber-shot HX20V digital camera, you can capture the moments and memories you want to preserve forever. The camera is a host of user-friendly features including 20x optical/40x Clear Image zoom, 18.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensor, Full 1080/60p HD video, Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, built-in GPS functionality, 10 fps shooting, Intelligent Scene Recognition mode, 3D Still Image and 3D Sweep Panorama Mode, Smile Shutter, Face Detection, and much more.

By On May 28, 2012 Respond
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Absinthe 2.0 Released, Jailbreaks iOS 5.1.1 Devices, Download Now!

Absinthe 2.0 Released, Jailbreaks iOS 5.1.1 Devices, Download Now!

Most iOS users have been eagerly waiting for an untethered jailbreak of their devices even since Apple rolled out iOS 5.1.1. Updating to a latest firmware version ends a jailbreak and that’s why many have been waiting for the jailbreak so that they can finally upgrade to iOS 5.1.1. We reported earlier that Absinthe 2.0 is expected to arrive at the Hack in the Box hackers event in Amsterdam and now it has proved to be true.

By On May 26, 2012 1 Response
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FBI Released New Version Of Child ID App For Android

FBI Released New Version Of Child ID App For Android

May 25 is the National Missing Children’s Day in the United Sates. To Mark this day, FBI has released a new version of Child ID app for Android. The Child ID App from FBI was first released in August 2011 for iPhone and till now, it has been downloaded more than 121,000. The application can be downloaded for free from the Android Apps section of Google Play.

By On May 26, 2012 Respond
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Facebook May Buy Opera To Enter Browser Space

Facebook May Buy Opera To Enter Browser Space

The social networking giant Facebook may enter the browser space by taking over an established browser maker. Pocket-lint has reported that Facebook wants to expand into the browser space and is looking to acquire desktop, tablet and phone browser maker Opera. None of the companies has issued any official response on this matter yet. However, TheNextWeb (TNW) has reported to gain access to some interesting developments.

By On May 26, 2012 1 Response
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