For those who have been waiting patiently for a new update for their S4 or S3, including myself, the update will start rolling out in mid-October.
Android 4.3 will bring several new features for Galaxy S4 to Galaxy S3 and Note 2, while making Galaxy Gear (Watch) compatible with the three devices. Some of the noteworthy features include OpenGL 3.0 support, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, always-on Wi-Fi location reporting even if Wi-Fi is off, support for more languages and performance improvements.
Yesterday’s conference for Apple was mostly about their new iOS 7 which got a huge facelift this time and looks even fresher as well as multitasking support for all apps.
The new iOS 7 is more colorful than the previous iteration, and the typeface was optimized for easier reading. A new swipe-left gesture lets users toggle seamlessly between programs, a double-tap of the home button displays cards of all the apps currently running, and a slick Control Center lets users adjust settings or play music.
Have a look and tell us what you think? Are you willing to stick or switch to iPhone after this?
This time RIM put an end to all these rumors, the news is now official the famous BBM will be coming to iPhone, Android devices this summer and for free.
“CEO Thorsten Heins announced BBM will soon be available on Android and iOS. The messaging app will launch globally this summer. This is a huge move for BlackBerry as it brings BB10′s strongest feature to literally hundreds of millions of potential users.”
Do you think Blackberry will survive the battle after having their so-called super messaging app available also on other devices? I say Farewell BB 😀
Tap is a mobile market & payment ecosystem, it enables a business to get a e-shop, market and sell items on any smartphone. Businesses will benefit from the value added features available and it will help them manage their profiles on Tap, manage products, manage sales, manage customers and even payments.
It also enables a business to accept KNET and soon Visa and Mastercard.
On the other hand, consumers who wants to use Tap will get a market full of businesses to pay conveniently on their smartphones, they will be able to pay their telecom bills, internet subscriptions, newspapers and magazines as well and more and with no additional cost.
Watch the ad below to get a better understanding of Tap or simply visit www.gotapnow.com.
Meet the long promised smartphone by Facebook, HTC first was announced today April 5th at a special conference. The interface is optimized for Facebook Home, a new interface for the Android operating system.
The mobile is equipped with a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor and 4.3-inch screen, which is average. I think Facebook fans would want to look at it, but am sure it doesn’t bring anything new.