Sunday, February 27, 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Here are the steps to unlock Dell Streak for all GSM mobile carries !!!
1. Power On your fone with unaccepted sim.
2. Enter your dell Unlock code that attained earlier.
3. Now your phone will be unlocked and reboot automatically.
1. Power On your fone with unaccepted sim.
2. Enter your dell Unlock code that attained earlier.
3. Now your phone will be unlocked and reboot automatically.
Note: The free unlock instructions provided on this site only work with GSM or SIM card versions of the Dell Streak. As always there may be already unlocked versions of this mobile phone, but generally cost a lot more then unlocking it yourself.
Posted by Ali Raza at 2/26/2011 09:28:00 PM
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Friday, February 18, 2011
As we pointed out earlier, the X10 Mini and Mini Pro share identical guts: Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz processor (as featured on the Legend, Aria, HD Mini and MyTouch 3G Slide), 2.55-inch 240 x 320 LCD capacitive touchscreen, 5 megapixel autofocus camera, microSD expansion, micro-USB port, FM radio, A-GPS, Bluetooth (with A2DP), and 802.11b/g WiFi. Phew! Now what really differentiates the two models is the Mini Pro's slide-out QWERTY keyboard -- we dig its tactile feedback and spacing between the keys, although it did take some getting used to with the oddly-positioned shift key, and not to mention the non-offset rows of keys. To pack all this goodness, the Mini Pro therefore has a slightly longer and thicker body (we measured 18mm vs 16mm), but both devices feel just as good and secure in our hands thanks to SE's signature "human curvature" design.
Those who are super picky with their phone's color may be somewhat limited by their choice of carrier -- there are six options in total for the Mini: metallic red (our favorite), lime, pearl white, black, glossy silver and glossy pink (not so hot on the last two); Orange UK only stocks black and lime, for example. On the other hand, the Mini Pro only comes in black, pearl white or red (the latter two not pictured), and no, you can't fit the Mini's shells onto the Mini Pro due to the different sizes and button layouts. Even if the cases were swappable, we wouldn't be keen on doing so on a regular basis -- from time to time prying them open was as difficult as picking warts off our feet.
Killer Handset with a Killer Android version will be the perfect combination for the Samsung Galaxy S. In the last post of Galaxy S we saw on how you can install the latest Froyo 2.2.1 version even before the official version is out till now. So, in a similar way now let’s see how you can install the latest Android version Android 2.3 on your Samsung Galaxy S. Please note that this update is purely for experimental purpose and is absolutely not recommended if you are an amateur as this includes lot of risks and also this is not even the beta release as many functions in this build doesn’t work like 3G data download and also WiFi reportedly gets disconnected within few seconds. But once we get the beta release with all functions running in it then we will surely post about the same. So, let’s see how you can install the latest Android version Gingerbread 2.3on your Samsung Galaxy S with a simple procedure mentioned below.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Just last week, we run an article on the launch of HTC Desire Z – the new Slider Android smartphone from HTC. Instead of doing a comparison between iPhone 4 and HTC Desire Z (which is oh-so-boring!), the team decided to run a comparison between the Nokia E7 and HTC Desire Z – which are released at almost the same time.
Let’s take a look what both devices have to offer.
The screen that just keeps on going meets the OS that refuses to fit on a single display. Yes, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, like Windows Mobile 6.5 and Android before it, is getting treated with a 4.3-inch display from HTC for its launch party. The aptly titled HD7 is, by virtue of Microsoft's stringent hardware requirements, mostly just a stretched-out version of its WP7 contemporaries: it offers thestandard 800 x 480 res, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon, 576MB of RAM, and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with a 720p movie mode. So what sets it apart? HTC will have you believe its Hub enhances the buttery smooth WP7 software, while outside the shell there's a handy kickstand for landscape lounging and you do of course benefit from an enlarged canvas for your finger inputs. Join us after the break to discover how much that matters in day-to-day use, along with the rest of our thoughts on the HTC HD7.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Sunday, February 13, 2011
We know people are out there having problem to get NEED FOR SPEED SHIFT full for Galaxy S, Milestone or Droid. Well, no more difficult time. Here is the Need for speed shift full version for Android Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola Droid or Milestone devices. Get the most visual impressive and extreme Racing Game NEED FOR SPEED Shift on your Android Smartphone. The physics are very well done and fantastic graphics like real cars. You need high end Android Device to enjoy the game fully.
See Samsung’s up-and-coming Android tablet measured up next to the reigning champ, as we compare Samsung’s Galaxy Tab vs. the Apple iPad from a specifications perspective.
What the heck is a tablet computer?
Mainstream America might never have known before Apple bushwhacked its way through technical barriers, misconceptions and skeptics stake its claim on tablet computing with the iPad. The breakthrough tablet, which Apple still struggles to keep in stock, dodged mistakes made by previous tablets by making computing with your fingers easy, relatively inexpensive , and above all, fun.
But no company can dominate an entire market forever – even one that essentially created it. Having eyed Apple enviously for months, other companies are now attempting to elbow their way in on the tablet space. And Samsung is among the first to the table with the Galaxy Tab. Can the supersized version of the company’s successful Galaxy S smartphones compete? We stacked it side by side with the Apple iPad to find out.
Samsung confirmed its Mobile World Congress plans early with details of its two flagships. The Galaxy Tab II is now slightly larger than the iPad it goes up against with a 10.1-inch, 1280x800 display much like the Motorola Xoom. It uses what should be a stock version of Android 3.0 and runs on a 1GHz (likely dual-core) processor that can record 1080p video from the rear eight-megapixel camera.
The Galaxy S II mostly fits recent expectations and centers on a dual-core 1GHz processor, a sharper 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, HSPA+ 3G and an eight-megapixel camera with 1080p video. It's now known to come with either 16GB or 32GB of included storage and to support mobile HDTV viewing, though in which countries wasn't mentioned.
Software will be a key factor as it will now have the same Music Hub and Readers Hub as the Galaxy Tab along with a Games Hub and the usual Social Hub. More details are expected to come from Samsung's press event in Barcelona this evening.
This article will show how to register Windows 7 Upgrade when it was used for a clean install (no prior Windows OS required). This method can register Windows 7 Upgrade on a new computer install or a reformatted hard drive. Using a Windows 7 Upgrade license can save $100 versus the price of the full Windows 7 version. This hack for Windows 7 Upgrade is legal if you own a complete copy of Windows XP or Windows Vista and is easier than installing or reinstalling the same or an old version of Windows.
- Press the Start Menu.
- In the "Search programs and files" text box type "regedit" and press ENTER.
- Click "Yes" on the "User Account Controls" window.
- This will open up the registry editor.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
iPhone 5, Apple’s new generation iPhone is scheduled to be launched at WWDC 2011 in San Francisco by the end of June, 2011. Apple iPhone 5\'s ads video clip and most outstanding specifications have been leaked in technology websites worldwide. Apple iPhone 5, integrated with Apple’s hardware, software and platform, and developed with the NFC
Apple iPhone 5 is equipped with robot arms and wheelstechnology transfering data at a high speed. In the world\'s smartphone industry, iPhone 5 may be the most advanced one ever released by Apple with a modern payment system used as a kind of credit card in different stores and establishments around the world. In fact, the official images of Apple iPhone 5 have not been revealed; therefore, smartphone design experts and users have produced interesting drafts describing such a desirable iphone. The following pictures partially show off the best features of Apple iPhone 5 released by the end of June, 2011.
Everyone knows that the iPhone 4 is going to be making its debut on Verizon Wireless within the next week, and many people are excited about it. What some people might not be aware of, however, is that the iPhone 5 could be but a few months away from being released. Should you wait?
Well, there have already been plenty of discussions out there about whether or not you should pick up the Verizon iPhone. Initially, I was going to jump on the opportunity to purchase an iPhone 4 the moment it was available on Verizon, but now I’m having reservations. In fact, I’m going to argue against purchasing the iPhone 4 now. I believe that the iPhone 5 will be much more technically and physically superior to the iPhone 4; these two facts alone warrants a few more months of patience.
The iPhone 5 might be the one worth waiting for. Here are a few reasons why:
1. iPhone 5 Could Support LTE
The first big thing that the iPhone 5 could have is 4G/LTE support. This would be huge. This would signify that the greatest smart phone available in the marketplace would be able to access content faster and more efficiently than ever before.
The iPhone 4 on AT&T and Verizon will operate on 3G network bands. These bands provide a limited set of bandwidth, which, alone, is decent for today’s user. However, for those of us that crave more speed, the benefits of 4G can’t be argued against.
This becomes even more apparent if you are the type of person who is on the road and doesn’t have access to WiFi connections all the time. The speed increases offered by 4G/LTE could dramatically impact your experience. Speed tests performed on Sprint’s 4G/LTE network have shown a 7 times faster download and 2 times faster upload speed improvement. So, if you are the type of person who loves to stream YouTube videos or other massive bit-crunching content, this should be a big deal to you.
If you want (or at least desire the possibility of) a better network experience, you will want to purchase the iPhone 5.
2. iPhone 5 Could Be Much More Powerful
If power is your thing and working your iPhone to the brink of its limits is commonplace, then the iPhone 5 could be your new best friend. While most of these talks are just rumors, there has been plenty of discussion about the iPhone 5 having a powerful multi-core processor. This processor would be capable of handling much more activity and usage from the user, which would also give a significant boost to those who love to run applications in the background.
It would then be easy to assume that the iPhone 5 will have much more power to perform complex graphics and 3D renderings, especially with the possibility of a more powerful dedicated graphics chip. This would appeal to gamers who regularly demand great performance and top-of-the-line graphics capabilities.
Granted, it is far too early to speculate as to how much power the iPhone 5 will really have, because we just don’t know. However, I believe it is safe to assume that the processor will be much more beefed up than in previous iterations of the iPhone. I just hope the battery can keep up.
If you want one of the most powerful smart phones in existence, you will probably want to wait to see what the iPhone 5 has in store.
3. iPhone 5 Could Offer NFC
Another unique feature about the iPhone 5 that has been widely discussed as of late is the integration of near-field communication (NFC) technology. This technology would enable the iPhone to communicate with other devices and enable your phone to become a virtual replacement for your wallet. This could revolutionize how we handle our money in the future.
Imagine walking into a Best Buy and never having to pull out your wallet. All you would need to do is to pull out your phone, wave it in front of a device, have it confirm your purchases for you, and walk out of the store happy. You never touch any money or plastic; your phone handles the entire transaction for you. Sounds cool, right?
This is NFC technology, and this is possibly one of the most controversial and hotly debated features rumored to make an appearance on the iPhone 5. The reason being is that putting NFC technology on phones is the easy part, but the difficulty comes into play when you want to get the merchants, retailers, and other parties involved. They are the ones who will need to pay the extra money to support NFC technology. It’s also a pretty big deal.
There is no doubt in my mind that Apple could make NFC work. The question isn’t if, the question is when and where. One would expect that places around Silicon Valley, New York City, and other cutting-edge metropolises will be the first ones to support NFC if it takes off. Still, it doesn’t mean much to the average joe living in the other states across the country.
In the end, NFC could be a game changer. NFC could make Apple richer than anyone could imagine. NFC could change the way you and I handle money in the future. And, most importantly, everyone seems to want in on this action. It just might be a few years before this stuff gets taken seriously. But who could argue having this stuff now?
If you want the latest and greatest technology in mobile payments, you will want the iPhone 5.
4. iPhone 5 Could Save You Money
I also know that us Apple fans love to spend money to enjoy the latest and greatest hardware from Apple. However, if you are in the market for a new iPhone and have yet to pull the trigger, you have an incredibly difficult to decision ahead of you: do you buy the iPhone 4 now or do you wait for the iPhone 5?
If you don’t currently own an iPhone 4 or 3GS currently, then your decision is more difficult because of the allure of having an iPhone 4 on, say, Verizon or for so cheap on AT&T is huge. But are you willing to accept the fact that the iPhone 5 could be much more impressive than the iPhone 4? Are you willing to accept that you’ll be stuck with an iPhone 4 over the span of two years, while everyone else is enjoying that new iPhone 5 that is possibly right around the corner?
Some of you could handle that with ease. Others — like me — always crave the latest and greatest stuff. And others, like me, have trouble accepting the fact that the things they buy now will be obsolete in a year or two. As bad as it usually is, it is further compounded by the fact that the iPhone 5 is possibly only a few months away from being announced. It just isn’t fair!
So, how does the iPhone 5 save you money? If you purchase the iPhone 4 now and regret this decision in a few months, you might lose out on some cash to upgrade after going through the hassle of selling your existing phone. Also, buyer’s remorse is a pain — trust me, I would know.
If you can hang on to your old, busted, out-of-date phone for a bit longer, you’ll probably save some cash in the long run if you crave the latest and greatest.
Apple New TV Technology.
Purchased my first Apple computer shortly after they made the switch to Intel processors. It was the first time that I had purchased an Apple product and shortly after picked up iPod, after iPod, after iPod. The iPod touch led to the iPhone and before I knew it I had countless Apple products in my home. But one item from the Apple collection that was missing from my home was the Apple TV. The first generation model seemed interesting, but its design, approach to the living room, and cost led me to want to structure a media center with the Mac Mini before I’d consider purchasing an Apple TV to manage my living room.
Apple realized that their “hobby” wasn’t having the success that they hoped for and decided to shift things a bit this past year. The new Apple TV featured media streaming instead of hard drives and was offered to customers at a significantly lower price. For Christmas we decided to add the Apple TV to our product collection. At first my family was a bit skeptical. They didn’t really see a use for the product and it wasn’t used much. But with time that changed.
We started streaming family videos to our television from our computers and we became more comfortable with the interface and simple remote settings. My wife started exploring Netflix on the device and found she preferred watching shows and movies from Netflix on the Apple TV to the app available to us on the Xbox 360. The more we used the device, the more we found ourselves renting movies from the iTunes Store and downloading children shows for our kids. I’d honestly say that almost everyday we use our Apple TV as much as our DVR.
How did Apple do it? They offered a simple and powerful tool that brings us services we like to use and made it easier than competing platforms. Essentially, to win over our television and video usage, Apple followed the same approach they use for all their devices. Over time, we found we naturally preferred to use the Apple TV to other options because of overall positive user experience the device offers.
Apple has done it again and I believe that they are just getting started in the living room. The Apple TV is a steal at $99 and I imagine with future software updates and continued compatibility with the iPhone, iPad, and iPods we’ll find ourselves interacting with the media device more and more.
Friday, February 11, 2011
There are 2 methods to install *free* games on your IPhone, both a jailbroken iPhone. The method I will explain is the easiest one. It does not require patching your iPhone.
- Update your iPhone to firmware 2.0 or later with Pwnage 2.0
It’s important that your iPhone is Jailbroken, and that you have installed Cydia Installer.
- Fire up Cydia, and install OpenSSH. It will allow you to connect to your iPhone.
Next you will need an ftp client that handles SFTP protocol.
I recommend Transmit for Mac users or Winscp for Windows users.
- Connect your iPhone to your wifi home network, and check the assigned IP address.
Fire up your FTP client, and connect to your iPhone IP address with the following user:
The New Technology From Motorolla.
When the Motorola Xoom and BlackBerry PlayBook hit the market, we'll have two serious challengers to the iPad.
And, perhaps most interestingly, all three will be running different operating systems. So let's compare how the two newcomers stack up against the hottest tablet yet released.
In terms of releases, Motorola won't say anything about the Xoom's UK release date, though it is pencilled in for the first quarter of 2011 in the US. However, it depends on when Google is planning on getting Honeycomb out the door.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Procedure to Manually Update iOS 4 For Mac OS X
- Connect your iPhone or iPod Touch to your Mac
- Start iTunes if it hasn’t started automatically.
- From iTunes click on your iPhone or iPod touch from the device list
- Hold down the Options key and click on Update button
- Now browse and select the downloaded iOS 4 firmware update file and click on Open
- iTunes will do the rest of job to update the firmware to iOS 4.0.
iPhone OS 4.0 Beta is already leaked and in order to get it installed on your device, you need an Apple Developer account. There's a catch though. You can't simply sign up the developer account; you are required to pay USD 99. I don't think it's worth to pay that much for the sake of trying iPhone OS 4.0 Beta which will eventually come out around this summer. Fortunately, there is away to get around this problem (install iPhone 4.0 beta without UDID registration), thanks to ih8sn0w.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
The yet to be released Sn0wbreeze 2.2 software jailbreak tool for windows will enable you to play the classic Pac-Man game to keep you busy while the software is cooking the custom IPSW for your beloved iOS device, such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iH8sn0w, the famous iPhone hacker / developer behind the Sn0wbreeze jailbreak tool, added a new feature / option on his forthcoming Sn0wbreeze version 2.2 that will allows you to play Pac-Man while waiting for the software to finish its work.
New Cydia Tweak: MakeitMine App Lets you Change and Customize Carrier of Jailbroken iPhone and iPod Touch
Almost all things is possible when you are using an iPhone, especially if you are rocking an jailbroken iPhone. You can access and install numerous apps that is not available in apple’s iTunes App Store via Cydia app tore. Most of this store was methodically developed to add more functions and features on your jailbroken iOS device, and one of these features is ‘customization’, which a regular o non-jailbroken iPhone has no capability of dong. One of the best jailbreak apps that you can download in Cydia App Store for your jailbroken iPhone and iPod touch is an app called MakeitMine. Once you successfully installed this free Cydia tweak you can easily change / customize the carrier name displayed on the status bar of your beloved iPhone and iPod Touch. http://mycheatszone.blogspot.com/app then search for MakeItMine app, then download and install it on your iPhone and iPod Touch. You will notice a new icon (MIM app icon) on the screen of your iPhone or iPod Touch then click on this icon and launch MakeItMine tweak. In the meantime, you can watch the YouTube video posted below to see MakeitMine in action:
As the senior product manager responsible for browser development on BlackBerry® 6, I’m extremely excited to show off some of the new BlackBerry® Browser features in the upcoming BlackBerry 6! Our team has been working hard to bring an entirely new browsing experience to BlackBerry® smartphone users, and we can’t wait to hear what the response will be. Those interested in reading about how we approached developing the BlackBerry Browser in BlackBerry 6 should check out my BlackBerry Developer’s Blog post, but for now, let’s take a look at some of the new features!
Monday, February 7, 2011
Posted by Ali Raza at 2/07/2011 06:00:00 AM