Wow this is so funny, I guess the windows live mobile marketing department is not on the same page as the CEO or the windows live mobile web-team as they mocked-up what your mobile experience would look like on a mobile phone, but instead of using a real phone, they used an iPhone to show-off their smart design.
Apple released Safari 4 Beta to the public, I quickly downloaded, installed and restarted my Mac Pro, this application runs very fast. I wanted to see how fast it really is hence I ran a Benchmark test provided by SunSpider.
Here are some results from the Benchmark results SunSpider.
The only think lacking would be the ability to add extensions and add-ons like firefox supports. If safari had these abilities I wouldn’t need firefox.
I know you’ve been reading all this news on how the new iPhone will be coming out in June since we’ve found a hint to a code update on the firmware 2.2.1 which was released just a few days ago. As the initial iPhone is referred to as iPhone 1,1 and the iPhone 3G is iPhone 1,2 the new firmware hints at an iPhone 2,1 which means a complete overhaul of the iPhone internals.
Here is what I think is going to happen on the new iPhone:
- better camera (with faces) possibly an auto-focus
- video recording at at least 480p or 720p (its’ possible with a 4mp lense
- better battery life
- 32GB space
- snow-leopard based OS
- faster graphics and cpu Continue reading “iPhone 2,1 Gen:3”
Google updated their Maps UI today with a lot cleaner look’n’feel and icons + sliderbar, add some much needed clarity and class to it. The person on top of the slider bar enables the streetview for you and starts in full-screen. This also might be because Google has streetview almost all of the US and want to make it easier for users to access the feature. Plus with the new release of iPhone firmware update 2.2 streetview feature has been included.
This is definitely a step towards cleaner much refined application user interface.
I’d guess there’s a new UI designer on board at google, always looking forward to cleaner more user-friendly applications on the web.
Apple invited EA to see what the could create for the iPhone using the new SDK, a kit that no one has ever used before from EA. This is what EA had to create… Spore on iPhone, check out the screen-shots from the SDK event at Apple. Courtesy of Engadget for the nice photos =o)
Can’t wait to get my iPhone hooked on the new Spore game. Great work EA! this is amazing!
Its not just a game but its almost like getting guitar lessons on your own pc or a game console using a real guitar. Who wouldn’t take up a chance to learn how to play a guitar along with having fun! Look forward to Guitar rising hitting the stores very soon.
The game comes loaded with 30 songs according to the website: guitarrising.com and video on Daily Motion. But I’m sure there would be a way to add your favorite songs to the game by creating or obtaining sheet music/ guitar tabs. Teach yourself to play a guitar or (possibly) a bass. Nice!
Recently Anandtech wrote up an article comparing the Latest Intel Xeon 54xx series Harpertown 45nm processor, with Xeon 53xx series and AMD‘s 3rd generation Opteron cpus. The new Intel processor 54xx is an manufactured using the latest in nanotechnology, the processor takes only 107 mm² and contains somewhere around 410 million transistors. The cpu runs cool and is about 20% faster than the previous model 53xx.
(thats 2 cores fit inside a penny)
Well I wouldn’t want to say that I told you so, but I did! I knew it was coming and I had decided to keep this under covers, thanks to AT&T (T) CEO Mr. Randall, we all know that Apple is releasing a new version of iPhone (something we’ve all been hoping for…) An iPhone with 16GB of Flash space (doubling the previous model, will definitely help me store more music) I’ve been having to delete and update my iPod playlist quite often (almost every other day) so I don’t keep listening to the same stuff everyday.
Expected to arrive sometime next year the iPhone v.2 with 3G for faster surfing and 16GB of Flash completing the product page for iPhone and giving the product line something to sit next to the 16GB iPod Touch and with the price of $599.
I’ll have to buy it for my wifey or not, who knows. I’m pretty satisfied with the iPhone I own. Anyhow it kinda spoils the surprise that Steve Jobs wanted to present to all of us. But hey the Hype/Rumor mill needs something to run on and this bit of news no matter how positive and helpful will definitely keep it running.
What do you think? will you buy one for yourself?
btw, the more can be a longer battery life!
Geeks are like snowflakes: each is unique and special; not all wear glasses and use LINUX. Geeks have an assortment of interests and specialties that are not all computer oriented. If you’re a geek in search of some career guidance, don’t sell yourself short. While most companies do need an IT guy, let’s face it, you’re a genius, you’d be great at anything. Here are some of the ultimate geek jobs.
After using Leopard for over one week, I’ve loved working on my Mac even more and more. Special and powerful features like Spaces, 64-bit support and faster Spotlight. The entire Mac experience is something to be had. Unlike Windows XP 64-bit edition the multiple “program files” folders and un-satisfying drivers and applications, OS X Leopard did it right. Taking the power of 64-bit right to the core of the operating system, its unreal to see how all the software just works in perfect harmony and in a space saving manner.
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