Apple is reportedly preparing to release its first public beta version of iOS for testing in mid-March. This must allow early testing resulting in fewer bugs in the final release of the updated iOS 8.3. But hurry it should be limited to the very first 100,000 people to subscribe, says the sources of 9to5mac.
Apple ran a public beta program for OS X Yosemite just before it was released. It has never run such a program for iOS before. The first public iOS beta will certainly be for iOS 8.3 which ought to be to anyone interested from mid-March according to 9to5mac. This will certainly be distributed via the AppleSeed program. Continue reading
Just what has 6 cameras, a large screen and tracks your head? Amazon’s new phone, possibly. The company’s first phone has actually been long rumored and occasionally leaked, now the company seems ready to make it official: Jeff Bezos is organizing a hitherto unannounced ‘Launch Event’ later on this month. The company’s web page for the event is bit more than an invitation request form, but an attached taster video fits together well with the supposed phone’s reported head-tracking capabilities. ‘It moved with me!’ exclaims an unnamed tester, looking at a things just out of frame. Sounds neat. Continue reading
HTC has actually started to roll out Android 4.4.2 KitKat to the HTC One and HTC One Maximum in the UK, following the updates’ release in the United States.
The firmware, available via the software application update button on the HTC One and HTC One Maximum mobiles, has been well-waited on by individuals. HTC drew the update for the HTC One last month due to concerns, but now it’s back on track for Vodafone, O2, and Three customers. EE is coming quickly. Continue reading
Xiaomi’s sub-$130 spending plan line, the Redmi (previously called Hongmi aka “Red Rice”), has actually been accepted for accelerating the firm’s expansion into Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore, with nearby countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand quickly to be added to the listing. While this is a recent advancement, the firm’s already prepping a follow-up version, according to four brand-new lists on China’s TENAA accreditation database. As you can view, this approaching device is marked with red Android buttons on the front, which distributes its Redmi identity. Continue reading
This one is mainly for the English readers.
The company Pantech has been pushing out midrange phones on the English market for a while and the majority of them can be described as mediocre. This one breaks that stereotype with its specifications and what it has under the hood.
The Pantech Flex deserves its name because of the software that it has inside. To be precise, it works on Android 4.0.4 that can be boot up in an easy mode – made for people with less understanding of modern Android usage and a standard mode that is more or less as any other Android software. Continue reading
CallGrader.com helps any small businesses keep track of their offline conversations while delivering real time data that guides them in making signification marketing decisions. The service presents all small- scale businesses a free account with the choice of adding more numbers for a very little price. Basically, it aims to become the largest aggregrator of offline conversation data.
The basic premise that lies beneath CallGrader is to up customer engagement in call tracking by ditching the nonessential features of a conventional call tracking services and just basically focus on a simpler way of grading each call disposition. Continue reading
Asus lately has been full of surprises. Starting from their innovative designs of tablets, which are in different ways combined with keyboards, up to the most recent PadFone.
So the latest combo is not something revolutionary,it’s not like they discovered the wheel, but it is quite a good innovation in a sense. The phone by itself has nothing special at this time; it comes with some regular options and works on Android. It has a Qualcomm Dual Core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM and option of 16/32/64 GB memory depending on the micro SD. It also has all the newest connection options like Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, micro USB and a 3.5mm audio jack. The last details are the SuperAMOLED screen that is 4.3 inch (960×540) and an 8MP camera. Continue reading
When was the last time you sent in a resume by post? With better options online, sending resumes by posts is soon getting obsolete. Job Mango is a web platform that help you not only in sending your resume to the right businesses, but also allows you to manage, organize and track your resume status.
On Job Mango, you can easily find hundreds of jobs and pick the ones that are suitable for you. Finding jobs on Job Mango is easy, quick, manageable and fun. Continue reading
Have you seen the newest jewel made by Samsung?
Many people would say that that is not a phone that they would use because of the size it has. With its 5.3-inch display it’s the biggest phone on the market. But is it worth the size? What benefits do you have by having such a big phone in your hand? And why would you use a stylus when you can use a multi touch screen?
These are some of the questions that we can answer by presenting you the Samsung Note, a phone made to accompany you in your every endeavor. Continue reading
iYapaway is a way to get real value when you are socializing with your friends. iYapaway social networking sites makes it possible to broadcast live events, video conferences and make international calls for free.
The aim of the platform is to provide a simple means in which people can connect, share and broadcast special moments in their lives. You, your friends and family can stream video chat, share a morning smile or make free phone call. Continue reading