One of the most popular iOS game, Temple Run, will be available for android users starting tomorrow.
A lot of android users used to envy iOS users since Temple Run was an iOS only app but now android users have something to be happy about.
Be ready and be the first one to download the app on your android device
As we reported earlier, the next big thing from Samsung, the Galaxy S III Android smartphone was rumored for an April arrival, and now we have confirmations regarding the same coming in, confirming the launch time frame. The report comes in from ZDNet Korea, who claim to get the confirmation from Samsung’s marketing and advertising agency, Cheil Worldwide. Boasting 1080p full HD visuals, a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and a revamped ceramic encasing among the improvisations over its predecessor — the Galaxy S II, it isn’t surprising the Galaxy S III is the hottest Android property at the moment the world over, garnering almost as much attention as Apple always garners when a new iPhone is due for launch. Talk about competing neck-and-neck…
Holla! The much prized Series 5 Ultrabooks from Samsung have just entered the Indian market and have already thrown the crowd into a tizzy. Significantly inferior to the Series 9 Ultrabooks from the Korean maker, the Series 5’s India visit comprises of the 13- and 14-inch variations, and still boast a spec sheet that will leave your mouth watering.
Starting off with the hard-disk, while the 13-incher can hold data up to 500GB, the 14-incher comes loaded with a 1TB HDD. Connectivity ports are divided as one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, 4-in-1 multi SD card slot and Ethernet for the smaller lad, while the 14-inch machine comes with two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, 4-in-1 multi SD card slot and Ethernet. In addition to this, both the machines sport a full-size HDMI port, an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and a built-in webcam for that feeling of indifference. Both the models also use screens with Samsung’s SuperBright Technology, which supports maximum resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Look-wise they are elegant and performance-wise they are more than just satisfactory. Already want to own one of these? Shell out Rs.48,990 and you might land yourself the 13-incher, or cough up an additional Rs.5,400 to get the 14-incher at Rs.54,390.
The start of the inaugural edition of India’s IPL-style football extravaganza, the Premier League Soccer, has been delayed indefinitely due to an overly embarrassing situation in the country – lack of available football grounds. The six-team competition, featuring a host of world class footballers such as Fabio Canavarro, Robert Pires, Hernan Crespo and the likes was originally slated to kick off March 24 in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal but the organisers said they could not secure the stadiums owned by the state government, resulting in an indefinite delay in the inauguration. The organizers are now working towards a mid-April start to the cash-rich football league, though nothing can be confirmed as of yet in a country like India.
Samsung Galaxy S III concept | image via Concept-Photos
Back in February of this year, Samsung Electronics had unveiled what turned out to be the most successful Android device out there in the form of the Galaxy S II. They unveiled the popular smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) – an event held in Barcelona, Spain every year that acts as a launching pad for many new gadgets. Now, with the unprecedented success of the Galaxy S II, people all over are looking forward to the Galaxy S III, which a report claims will arrive in the same glorious way its predecessor did.
The report claims the successor to the S II will feature a new quad-core processing technology, and possibly even some three-dimensional magic (3D), as the Korean electronics giant looks to differentiate its smartphones from Apple’s popular iPhone.
The report also claims 3D photo and video recording capabilities may be coming to additional Samsung smartphones next year, specifically mentioning a device referred to as the Galaxy S 3D — helping users deliver content to their 3D TVs easily.
If the report is to be believed and Samsung have really lined by the S III and/or S 3D for MWC 2012, then the device(s) is(are) most likely to be made available to the public somewhere around May/June of 2012.
As always, we’ll keep you informed as and when we find something.
The most amazing iPhone as yet-The iPhone 4S will soon be available in India from 25th November, as we previously told you. The pre-order starts from tomorrow.
Aircel is currently selling the iPhone 4 and will also be the first one to sell the iPhone 4S in India.
More details available at the Aircel India Website.
Following several quick-fire beta releases in the past few days, Apple has now released iTunes 10.5.1 final to the public, bringing along iTunes Match as well for the Americans. With iTunes Match, users can now sync their music from their iTunes libraries to iCloud for $24.99 a year. Apple has explicitly said only songs that are available on iTunes can be synced and no songs from outside will be allowed. There’s no limit to your uploads so get downloading iTunes 10.5.1 from Apple’s site here, or from your iDevice’s Software Update option, and begin making your illegal music legal.
P.S. Despite the public launch, Apple is still labeling iTunes Match as a beta product. Developers who have tested iTunes Match will continue receiving a free three months with their yearly subscription.
Apple is working very hard behind the scenes and is all set to launch iTunes Match very soon, judging by the ‘update’ they have sent out:
As we prepare for the launch of iTunes Match, we will be deleting all current iCloud libraries on Saturday, November 12th at 10 AM PST.
Please turn off iTunes Match on all of your computers and iOS devices. On your computer, choose Store > Turn off iTunes Match. On your iOS device, tap Settings > Music, then turn off iTunes Match. On your Apple TV, please choose Music > Turn off iTunes Match.
The songs on your computer should not be affected. As always, please backup regularly and do not delete the music you add to iCloud from your computer.
Apple has asked beta users of its iTunes Match cloud library service to backup their belongings as all the libraries in the cloud will be deleted today at 10 AM Pacific time.
Apple had previously set itself a deadline of October to launch the service but failed to deliver.
We still haven’t received any new launch date but a launch any time soon looks imminent given Apple’s preparations.
Earlier during the year, several rumors had surfaced regarding an alleged Facebook phone to be built by Motorola. The rumors picked pace and photos (concepts) popped up before the rumor mill threw a twist in the midst, speculating the phone is to be built by Facebook itself. This prompted Mark Zuckerberg to come out and say that the folks at Facebook themselves have no such plans of building any phone, eventually killing the rumors of a Facebook phone for good. Fast forward to November and the phone’s a reality, built by Motorola.
The Motorola Facebook phone is exactly as its name suggests and as the rumors pointed out: a QWERTY phone with a dedicated Facebook button — to ease your entry into the social network. It has a 2.4-inch touchscreen, a 3MP camera, offers basic access to Gmail, Facebook and Twitter, and will run on a proprietary platform (read: not Android), which means this could be an inexpensive option to appease the kiddies during the holidays.
Motorola still hasn’t publicly spoken about the phone so details such as pricing and availability are still far off. But at least we have a name to call it: Motokey Social.
As always, we’ll keep you informed as we find out more. You can also subscribe to our feeds/newsletter to stay directly in our loop.
Visit the Official Product Page of Motokey Social.
Apple has announced on their website that 15 additional countries will be getting the new iPhone 4S from this Friday, November 4th onwards. The 15 countries in question are: Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania and South Korea. While the device itself will be reaching out from next Friday, November 11th, pre-orders start from this Friday in 9 countries (with the exceptions of Albania, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malta, Montenegro and Panama, where pre-orders won’t be available).
So by the end of the week, Apple’s latest iPhone will be spread over 44 different markets, with just few more countries and carriers to go before they accomplish their promise of the iPhone 4S being available in 70 countries and over 100 carriers by the end of the year which will mark their “fastest rollout ever.”
The Next Web‘s very own MG Seigler reports that Google is finally going to launch a native Gmail iPhone App for iPhone users, and that an announcement couldn’t be too far away. Google already has a pretty impressive mobile web version of Gmail out there but a native Gmail client could make it much more easier and cleaner for users with the availability of Push Notifications. He says “multiple sources” have informed him that Google is “on the verge” of launching their native Gmail client, and believes that the work on the app has already been completed and the app already “submitted to Apple for review.” The only barrier: Apple’s approval.
Via MG Seigler