1. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim It is finally within our grasps, the game that people have been talking about for years. The sequel to the game which has won many game awards, including Game of the year. Skyrim, the home of the Nords will be the setting for the new Elder Scrolls. Hopefully it […]
The Spirit jailbreak has been released which enables untethered jailbreaking of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. However, in order to install .ipa files manually, the AppSync application needs to be installed which is available through Cydia. AppSync has now been updated to support iPhone and iPod Touch running OS 3.1.3 as well as iPad running […]
Rumors are all around about the Microsoft’s upcoming Courier tablet. Looks like Microsoft is coming up with something that can compete with the Apple’s ipad. The device is said to be in its final stage of development. Leak outs have shown that the device is less like a tablet and more of a booklet or […]
According to a recent benchmark, GPGPU capability of the Flash Player 10.1 gives it a large advantage over HTML5. The might mean that Adobe’s Flash will not see extinction due to HTML5, thanks to the embedded GPU acceleration support. However detailed benchmark will reveal more.
We had a chance to speak a little about Windows 8 in our previous article. The all new Microsoft windows is coming officially in 2012. Everyone is excited about it, so we decided to put some wallpapers. These may not be the official screenshots but the designer has put a great effort and thought into […]
Wifi tethering is probably a new term used by cell phone users. It’s the sharing of internet connection of your cell phone on other wifi devices. It transforms your cell phone in to a wifi router which almost behave in the same manner as a traditional router, enabling the sharing of internet on the other […]
Energy has always been spotlighted. In the past few years a lot of inventions have been made in this particular field. Recently, we have talked about the tiny nuclear batteries that can provide energy for 10 years, but they use radioactive elements and are quite expensive. Few years back some researchers from Stanford University started […]