Posted by Matt on September 8, 2010 ·
Ben Patterson – Zune users have been able to sync their music and videos over Wi-Fi for years now — not so for patrons of the iPhone or iPod Touch, which can only sync up files via USB tethering. That said, an enterprising developer is looking to change the game when it comes to wireless iPhone and/or iPod Touch syncing … if Apple will let him, that is.
Yahoo! News: Wireless [...]
Posted by Matt on August 19, 2010 ·
Google Android is already a strong competitor for the Apple iPhone, and now Google will launch their own Chrome OS powered tablet, which will hopefully put up some competition for the iPad.
The Google OS tablet will be manufactured by HTC and Verizon Wireless is said to be the carrier. This new gadget should see daylight on the Black Friday.
And of course if that wasn’t enough already Google [...]
Posted by Matt on July 12, 2010 ·
Heard of GeoHot? You should have, if you’re a true iPhone fan.
The guy is up to his tricks again. He managed to get Cydia running on the iPhone 4 and posted a picture of it on his blog.
However, he made it clear that he will not make a public release of his jailbreak now. GeoHot also said that the limera1n jailbreak is nothing more than a website with no specific goal.
The last sentence on his [...]
Posted by Matt on July 5, 2010 ·
Beware, the small players may get a deathblow by the biggies!
2009 has already seen the bumpy rise in the two platforms, the Web and mobile, making them the key app dev technologies for the enterprise and 2010 is going to heat it up further as the convergence of the two will give developers more to work upon.
Who will be the winners!
In the big fight, Google is likely to pull the tug-of-war rope from [...]
Posted by Matt on June 18, 2010 ·
The iPhone 4 might actually have much more to it than anyone thought.
The rumour that the iPhone 4 has 512MB of RAM has been confirmed. The iPhone 4′s predecessor (iPhone 3GS) as well as the iPad only had 256MB of RAM.
The increased amount of RAM explains why the iPhone 4′s performance has improved greatly and why some apps (such as the iMovie app) are available only on the iPhone 4. Also [...]
Posted by Rahul on June 6, 2010 ·
Android may be on the rise exponentially, but it still has a long way to go if it has to get anywhere near the market share of the iPhone OS.
9% of the smartphones under the survey ran Android OS, while 28% were running on iPhone OS. The leader in the smartphone market was the Research In Motion(RIM) Blackberry OS with 34%, while Windows mobile cam in third at 19%. RIM and Microsoft’s Operating [...]