Daily Archives: 11/01/2013
Everyone is drooling over the Nvidia Project Shield gaming console, and now, there’s a video showing upcoming Dead Trigger 2 gameplay through Nvidia Project Shield. The game runs super smoothly, the controls seems to be very responsive, and the FPS action seems to be spot-on. There’s not much info about the Dead Trigger 2, except that it’s coming sometime in June and it will be free to play. Dead Trigger 2 sets the bar for graphics very high in Android games, and as there’s Tegra 4 CPU in Project Shield there will be no problems running the game smoothly. Check out the Dead Trigger 2 gaming video after the break.
With less than three weeks left until RIM unveils it’s first two BlackBerry 10 devices, we’re starting to see increased number of BB10 related leaks. Today promotional images of BlackBerry 10 devices leaked, highlighting various new features. We can also see RIM’s BlackBerry Z10 full-touch smartphone in both white and black. There’s also now confirmation in the images that BBM service supports video conversations. Users are also able to share their screen with the other user. There’s multiple leaked images and you can check them all after the break.
There’s no easy jailbreak for your Microsoft Surface tablet, allowing you to run unsigned ARM apps in Windows RT. Previously only very technically-savy users would be able to use the hack, but now released hack does the most of the hard work and let’s user enjoy the unsigned ARM apps. It’s still unclear that does Microsoft want to issue the patch, as the Microsoft Surface homebrew community is starting to grow, and this patch could interfere that growth, which could be devastating to the community and to the Company itself.You can download and read more of the hack from the via link after the break.
Samsung has just confirmed to Cnet that it’s Ativ Tab won’t be sold or distributed in US. The decision is based on company’s feedback from the retailer partners, which suggests that such product would be only modestly successful in the market place. Samsung also there’s not enough education about Windows RT, and suggests that it would require too much of an investment to properly inform consumers of the difference between it and Windows 8. It’s still unclear how this will affect the availability of it’s Windows RT tablets on the other markets.
There’s been photos of Samsung’s presentation, which shows their flexible screen technology on a Windows Phone, and now someone lucky caught it on a low quality video. You can see the video after the break, and it shows clearly that the display is in fact real and it’s working. There’s also a concept video of flexible display showing the potential of the display. Check out the video and let me know would you like flexible screen on your mobile device, or in any device?
First Google gave some leading developers the ability to reply to user comments on Google Play last year, but now it looks like the company is letting more developers to use this feature. It’s still unclear when all developers can use that feature, but a spokesperson told to The Next Web that this feature is gradually expanding to additional Android developers. Developers can also reply once to a comment and Google outlines a few straightforward posting guidelines — namely, developer should “make it clear and relevant,” “be nice,” “don’t solicit or promote” and “keep it clean.” Users will also receive an email when developer reply to the comment.