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Tuesday, 11 Oct 2011
The GhostGuitar App from Yonac for the iPhone and iPad makes use of the front facing camera on the devices to let you convert your air guitar motions into actual melodies.
It's no secret that Nokia will be introducing its first Windows Phone device very soon, and these ads showcasing a device looking very similar to the Nokia N9 with Microsoft's mobile OS on top of it are just the beginning.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is not slated for release soon, but rumors about the next-gen smartphone have already made its rounds on the Internet.
If you own an iPad, you may have found it odd that an app for Facebook was nonexistent. Until now, where you can get the official app from the Apple App Store.
President of Microsoft's Windows Phone division, Andy Lees views the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango as the antidote for problems in iPhones and Android phones.
LG unveils eco-friendly LED-backlit LCD TV with purportedly the lowest power requirements in the market thus far.
Monday, 10 Oct 2011
For those who are wondering how much RAM resides within Apple's iPhone 4S, the question has been answered by the developers of Infinity Blade - 512MB, exactly the same as iPhone 4.
Ready-To-See? The new HIS 6970 EyeFinity RTS 2GB graphics card makes AMD Eyefinity work right out-of-the-box, without the need for DisplayPort monitors.
Sony Pictures is looking to cut a deal for the rights to Walter Isaacson's upcoming biography on Steve Jobs, reports Mike Fleming of Deadline.
An entry on the QNX blog revealed that Research in Motion may be renaming the QNX platform to BBX.