Yesterday, we reported about the release of developer preview of the Windows 8 Officially from Microsoft through the website download link. Included are both 32bit and 64bit versions of the Windows 8 (ISO files). If you haven’t yet grabbed your copy then do it now as the download link is now live! There are countless small and large Windows 8 features that we came to know in last couple of months and now yesterday they were demonstrated on more detail on the BUILD conference by Microsoft. This includes the all new Metro UI that seems to be specifically targeted at Read More >


By now, according to the most industry estimates iPhone 5 launch is only about a month away, and this has triggered amazing rumor-mill that is in full force by now. As we can see a daily doze of new concept picture, unboxing videos, alleged leaked parts of the upcoming Apple device and god know what else! I know you are already kind of tired by all these rumors pouring out daily. But don’t worry, we try to cover only the most interesting of them. And based on our criteria, we present an interesting iPhone 5 concept video that is a Read More >

HP TouchPad

We already told you about the TouchDroid project that is promising to bring the Android on the now popular and super cheap $99 HP TouchPad tablet (while the supplies last). Now there is an interesting video that has appeared on YouTube that shows the Android running on the HP TouchPad already. It seems quite unbelievable to say the least. Well, this is what the uploader of the video on YouTube has posted as a description of this video: A coworker ordered his HP Touchpad for $99 from bestbuy, this is the 32g, when he got it, it came with android Read More >


If you want to watch live sport events on your computer through the Internet you have many choices because there are a number of applications that you can download for free and allows to browse through the many live TV channels broadcasted from many countries. However, problem is you have to install an extra application. What if you want to watch a live sport event right from with in your web browser. Well, if you are on the Google Chrome then luckily there is a nice free extension available appropriately called Live Score that allows to browse and watch live Read More >


As the expected date for the iPhone 5 is getting nearby, the rate of new rumors about the new features, design are also starting to heat up. As we mention before, there are many reports that are strongly hinting towards the September release, there is not much time left! Guys from Nowhere Else has done a nice job of putting up all (or most of them) the rumors in a single video. An interesting aspect is that all of these rumors are graded on a scale from 0 to 100% for the like hood of them being implemented in practice. Read More >


HDR (High Dynamic Range) involves different snapshots of the same subject (scene) with different exposure levels and then these photos are layered by the software and best visual features from all these photos are combined to create a single photo that has the most detail (extracted from all the earlier captured images with different exposure levels) -  all of this is done automatically by the software. HDR is one of the most touted features on the iPhone 4 by Apple. Although, you can force enable this features on iPhone 3GS as well as we covered in Enable HDR Photo Capturing Read More >


Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is portable handheld gaming smartphone running the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). It supports Qualcomm 1 GHz Scorpion (Snapdragon) CPU and Adreno 205 GPU. In addition supports a large 4 inch screen and a 5.1 MP rear facing camera. So, in summary device is quite suitable for the playing latest mobile games. However, if you want to make a more fluent use of the camera on the Xperia Play you might be interested in nice little hack available on Android Market that mods the phone camera by fixing some small menu positioning issues, increased font size, and MOST Read More >


Hi Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) lovers out there you must be feeling overloaded with flurry of hacks that are popping out for our beloved Samsung super phone, today we have another great hack for you guys that will allow to boost the audio/video quality of the already great 8MP camera on your device! We know that SG2 camera that can take great stills and videos both at 720p and 1080p. But you know there is always margin for the improvements. now an XDA forum member Potatoman has come up with a really great hacked camera application that improves on the Read More >

Azul Media Player 1

Built-in media player in the iOS while easy to use and quite intuitive is limited in functionality, and more importantly doesn’t support many of the well known video formats that we used to face on the Internet. For example, it will not play flv, mkv, wmv files among many others unless the user converts the videos to an iPhone compatible format using a video conversion tool. That can be quite a headache if you ask me. Enter the Azul Media Player for the iPhone (or any other iDevice) that allows to playback a large variety of format directly on your Read More >


Today, I stumbled across this nice Cydia application called Free Movies that allows you to download hundreds of free movies directly on your iDevice including iPhone, so that you can watch them offline! According to the developer movies are only included that are available for free. App includes a complete download manager. Furthermore, developer claims that app doesn’t contain any dead links. So, that’s impressive (if it is indeed true). I haven’t checked out this app personally but looks interesting for the movie lovers out there. Please note that since this is a Cydia App, it means you must have Read More >

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