Blog Entries

OnePlus One Revealed: A $300 Snapdragon 801 Smartphone

0
After weeks of slowly (excruciatingly slow for some, we’re sure) releasing tiny drips of information about the potentially game-changing One, OnePlus has finally opened the floodgates and launched their “2014 Flagship Killer” phone.

Watch the First BASE Jump From the Tip of the World’s Tallest Building

0

Hold tight. This new video shows Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen break a new World Record: by climbing to the very top of Burj Khalifa—the world's tallest building—and then BASE jumping off it.

Read more...








Sprint Will Make All Its Devices Unlockable From February 2015

0

Sprint Will Make All Its Devices Unlockable From February 2015

The U.S. is unusual for all kinds of reasons, but one of the most perplexing is probably the way that phones acquired through carriers are locked to their specific network. Not for much longer, if Sprint is anything to go by.

Read more...








Twitter’s pretty yet strangely familiar profile pages now available to all – TechRadar UK

0

New Vision

Twitter's pretty yet strangely familiar profile pages now available to all
TechRadar UK
Twitter is through testing its redesigned profile pages and is now offering them up to all users. The revamped profiles, which some users have had access to for a couple of months, feature larger profile and header photos much like those on Facebook and ...
Twitter's new redesigned profile review: Bigger but not necessarily betterIBNLive
Twitter's new web profile pages now available for all usersSiliconrepublic.com
Twitter releases new Facebook-like redesigned profile to allBusiness Standard
Technology Zimbabwe
all 40 news articles »

WRT54G Successor Falls Flat On Promises

0
New submitter JImbob0i0 writes: "Back in January, Linksys/Belkin made a big deal about their new router, the WRT1900AC, which they claimed was a successor to the venerable WRT54G, and how they were working with OpenWRT. They released it this week, but their promises have fallen far short. You need to apply patches (which don't apply cleanly) and compile yourself in order to get it to work... so long as you don't need wireless support. There has not been much response from Linksys on the mailing list to criticism of the improperly formatted patch dump and poor reviews as a result."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Go to Top