If you are not into selling your old gadgets simply because you don’t get a respectable price for it. I have major issues with ridding myself of these and I keep running out of space to keep these. Trade-in sites flourish all across the Web, but to have a reputable name doing this just makes things more trust worthy. Earlier, Amazon announced its trade-in program for electronic devices as well. Which includes the iOS devices. Read More »
And so much for the rumors on the next generation of the iPhone, there are a few leaked images of the upcoming Motorola DROID 3. Honestly it isn’t different in terms of the look, perhaps the typical slide out keyboard has become a standard for Motorola DROID. I would be keen at learning what exactly are the specs of the hardware though, which is what would make it worth buying.
There is a lot of stir associated to the Microsoft and Nokia Partnership and we are all in wait for 2012 when Nokia is expected t release as many as 4 Windows Phone 7 powered devices. While there is still quite a lot of time before 2012 comes in, we have got our hands at the upcoming Nokia N9 and the device appears monstrous. Read More »
There is nothing more viral than an interesting video on YouTube. I mean its easier to decipher, much easier to get the message across and much more sensible to share. I came across Mashable recently and stumbled over a recent addition to the many self made videos from YouTube celebrities. Read More »
The need for faster ad more powerful mobile devices continues to rise or maybe its the manufacturers who are speeding up the manufacturing of the more powerful smartphones. The battle is between the giants like the iPhone, HTC, Samsung, Nokia who are adamant of providing the best experience to their users and push them into a competition that’s never ending. Samsung’s Galaxy SII has made it big with the Korean manufacturer selling 120,000 units in the first 3 days, which substantial.
Don’t be addicted to technology. That’s what I would recommend to anyone who isn’t yet. The concept of waiting for the right device to make the purchase is a totally pointless thing to do. Why? Innovation. I guess it won’t be wrong to state that there is a new smartphone being rolled out every month. It is evident that I feel the emptiness of not having the latest Android smartphone, which is the Samsung Galaxy S2.
Speed kills on roads but Speed is something everyone needs when it comes to electronic gadgets. Especially the smartphones populating every user out there. Many have issues even if their smartphone has a speed in the 800MHz plus limit, I for one already find my HTC Desire slow despite its Snapdragon processor being the best of its time. And it is at times like these developer buckle up to do a bit of smartphone modding and hacking to overclock the processors.
Developers at the reputed XDA have managed to overclock the Samsung Nexus S to 1.2Ghz. This was of course in wait since the latest Google Phone received the latest version of the Android OS, Android Gingerbread. In order to overclock the Nexus S CPU Speed to 1.2Ghz you should have a rooted Stock Android 2.3 Gingerbread ROM [Here’s how to Root Samsung Nexus S on Android 2.3]. The Kernel, according to the developer is specifically the Gingerbread ROM but it might just function fine with the ModaCo ROM alike.