Amid much fanfare and brouhaha at the Consumer Electronics Show here in Las Vegas, a slightly unforgotten and heavily criticized company called Research in Motion has something new to offer to its loyal Playbook users: BlackBerry Playbook OS 2.0. The update is a welcome one for productivity-minded Playbook users as it makes work merry with the introduction of (finally!) a new email client and address book that offers a unified inbox, application integration and ties to social networks such as Twitter and LinkedIn; a new calender app that displays both day and agenda views, along with the individuals you”ll meet during the day; and most importantly BlackBerry Bridge – which aims to bridge the gap between your smartphone and tablet with some neat integration.
Check out the Playbook OS 2.0 in action, courtesy of :
While you may be the one who likes to follow the rules, the folks on the other side of the fence aka the rule-breakers aka the jailbreakers are having some fun too, exploiting what Apple doesn’t want you to exploit. To show you how much they are having, a kid from somewhere-on-earth does a pretty good 15 minute demo of what Cydia can do to your device.
Would you jailbreak your device after watching this video?
This time we are not giving you the answer,instead we are asking if any of you know what Google Demo Slam is. We visited http://demoslam.com/ and found some flash appearing on the site. It’s a Google product but what it is no one knows for now.
We shall come to know on Wednesday what this actually is because on the link http://demoslam.com/ it says slamming shall start on wednesday.
Any one wants to predict what is this Google Demo Slam please give your predictions in comments