EvLeaks, a very respected site showing leaks of the upcoming devices, has again released a photo of another smartphone that created a stir to the fans. But there are rumors already that this is either Google Nexus 5 or LG Optimus 2.
With this recently revealed photo created a rumor about the upcoming Optimus G2 of LG, there are also rumors around the block that this device is a product of the collaboration between Google Inc. and LG. If you have seen the Nexus 4 of Google and Optimus G of LG, there are similarities between . . . → Read More: Leaked Photo of a Smartphone, Product of Collaboration between Google and LG
Google Maps, the worlds’ eye that can see everything from naked people to pranks to gruesome murder scenes. Yes! it witnessed a somewhat and image of a gruesome murder scene that was captured way back 2009.
Users of Google Maps have been speculating for quite a while now ever since the captured photo of a murder scene with 2 people dragging a bloody body leaving a trail to a jetty. It looks like they are trying to dump a body in the water.
The place is in Alemere in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The image had . . . → Read More: Google Maps Captured Murder Scene?
As the threats from North Korea continues to grow against South Korea and the U.S., hackers are on the move and took over the North Korea’s social media accounts, Twitter and Flickr.
On Thursday, the country’s Flickr and Twitter accounts began posting updates which doesn’t seem to be normal from its previous behavior. With this, experts concluded that the two North Korean social media accounts have been taken over by hackers.
Following this news, a group of hacker claimed and took responsibility. Anonymous, a group of hackers which already made their name because of . . . → Read More: North Korea’s Twitter and Flickr Hacked; Photo of Kim Jong Un Having Pig Snout
HP has started shoving out its OTA TouchPad update as anticipated, carrying webOS 3.0.2 to the 9.7-inch tablet. The latest firmware boosts performance and dependability, HP claims, in addition to boosting attachment rendering speed in the email app and jerking how punctuation is automatically added in when you type words like “can’t.”
There are as well speed boosts to the calendar app, streamlining the process when adding new events and searching through existing appointment. Album art in the music app is re-hopped and there is apparently less possibility of hopping when the 1.5 GHz dual-core processor . . . → Read More: OTA TouchPad Carries webOS 3.0.2
Apple revealed a beta edition of iCloud.com, the company’s host of cloud applications, with pricing for the services. The website is presently open just to a limited number of developers, until a public launch promised this fall. iCloud is what Apple calls the online home of your information, consisting of documents, contacts, calendars, emails, and media – for a cost.
Different from Google, which gives away most of its services in exchange of your details for advertising reasons, Apple will charge users who need over 5GB of free iCloud storage with documents, backups, contacts, calendars and . . . → Read More: Apple Unleashes Beta Edition of iCloud
The Steak Pro was nothing more than a fairly grainy leaked photo that was floating around the web. Today, the Steak 10 Pro is formally official and has landed in China for sale. The tablet is looking to offer the ability for pros to manage both part of their life with the business needs and the consumer home needs addressed in one tablet. The small tablet runs Android 3.1 Gingerbread and has a 10.1-inch screen.
The screen of the tablet has a 1280×800 resolution, is covered with Gorilla Glass, and supports 10-point multi touch. The tablet . . . → Read More: Dell Streak 10 Pro Is Now Sold in China
This week a facial recognition system engaged by Facebook to automatically tag user photos has disturbed the feathers of privacy group, so much so that they are challenging Zuckerberg and Company terminate its completion.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), has lodged a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in which it alleges the automated Tag Recommendations technology utilized by Facebook is both “unfair” and “deceptive.”
The photo-tagging feature must be suspended prior to a complete inspection and the making of stronger seclusion standards. It as well gets issue with choice of Facebook . . . → Read More: FTC Wants Facebook to Stop its Automated Photo-Tagging Feature