06/30/2011 07:40 PM Filed in: Apple
Mark Zukerberg, CEO of Facebook announced “something awesome” is coming next week. Zukerberg would not mention any details, only that the project was developed at the Seattle office which is the only major engineering center other then the headquarters in Palo Alto, California. Facebook has had many rumors about an ipad app that has been said to be code named “Project Spartan”. There has also been rumors of an iphone photo-sharing service. What do you think Facebook has up its sleeve?
UPDATE: More details are coming out about “Project Spartan” and TechCrunch says its not happening, at least not July 4. Read More...
06/30/2011 04:46 PM Filed in: Apple
It has been just over a year that Apple came out with the first iPad and now they have over 100,000 dedicated iPad apps. The Apple Store has a little over 500,000 approved ios apps. The Apple store was launched in 2008 and has remained the leader in apps. Android Market is its closest competitor with a little over 200,000 apps in total and rapidly catching up. Read More...
06/30/2011 07:41 AM Filed in: Windows
06/29/2011 06:32 PM Filed in: Apple
06/29/2011 02:17 PM Filed in: WebOS
Update: HP drops Palm WebOS, Slashes prices, what went wrong?
Went to Best Buy today and came across some new advertising for the new HP TouchPad. seems like the HP TouchTablet will be taking the place of the HP VEER 4G display section. Read More...
06/28/2011 07:54 PM Filed in: Android
Android users now have a more useful Android Market. With the ability to view a breakdown of the ratings received by an app. the new feature lets you see how many people gave an app a certain number of stars and not just a general rating of all the reviews like before. Now you will have a better idea if the app is worth downloading or not. Read More...
06/27/2011 10:54 PM Filed in: Facebook
Mr. George Hotz also known as Geohot, is now working for Mark Zuckenberg. Geohot officially announced that he now works on the Facebook team. Geohot is famously known in the jailbreak community for hacking the iphone and just recently had a big lawsuit filed against him from Sony for hacking the PS3. Do you think this is the end of new jailbreak tools from Hotz? Read More...
06/27/2011 08:38 PM Filed in: Apple
06/27/2011 07:30 PM Filed in: Apple
06/26/2011 12:33 PM Filed in: Cameras
AMP is a five pound camera that is "small" enough to lug around and record 1080p and in HDR. The camera splits the image it receives and sends it to three different sensors in order to produce the HDR image. The camera shoots 1080p video at 24fps or 30fps, records raw, uncompressed data to an SSD, and works with Nikon F-Mount-compatible lenses. Check out the source for some cool video explaining about what HDR video is.