Just recently Google has announced that Motorola’s tab Xoom will be the first to recive the latest Android, we have finally got hold of some links that help you regain your lost root to the much awaited Android 3.1 for Xoom! And Yes, this is for Both WiFi and 3G!
Motorola Xoom WiFi: WiFi_RootTool_3.1.zip
Motorola Xoom 3G: 3G_RootTool_3.1.zip Read the rest of this entry
Samsung who are closely following the Android race have now officialy announced that they are the first one to run Chrome OS on their Samsung Series 5 Chromebook! After Samsung Acer have also signed up to run Chrome OS!
Samsung Chromebook features: Intel Atom processor, 12.1-inch display screen, 8hr battery life, Read the rest of this entry
Google have recently announced that they have rolled out a major upgrade for Motorola Xoom Verizon to Honeycomb 3.1!
Some of the features demonstrated of Honeycomb 3.1 include widgets resizing, enhanced task switcher, USB input devices support, USB host i..eMicrosoft Xbox 360 controller! Read the rest of this entry
The G Tablet hasn’t been getting much attention of late, slowly fading into obscurity as newer and fancier slates come floating on down the river. Now, thanks to XDA member pershoot, Viewsonic’s Tegra 2 tab has a little extra spring in its step. He’s managed to get it running at 1.4GHz (a 40 percent boost over stock) and, with the ability to run CyanogenMod 7, this 10.1-incher is definitely earning a reputation as something of a hacker’s delight. Now it’s even easier to afford, too, with Amazon knocking the price down to $280. Cheap and tweakable? Really, it doesn’t get any better than that.
[As said by: EnGadget]
Hanwha’s latest dongle might do the job. As you can see above, in place of the original adapter’s dock connector port is a USB 2.0 socket — compatible with cameras supporting mass storage connection — alongside the 720p-friendly HDMI port, but you’ll have to use the switch to toggle between the two modes. And that little mini-USB port on the far right? Well, it’s there to provide some juice to “reduce battery drain,” but probably not enough to charge up your iDevice. If you’re still interested and have a friend in Japan, Hanwha’s charging ¥5,980 (around $73), which is almost double that of Apple’s $39 connector. Read the rest of this entry
iPad and iPad 2, both missing the feature of extended memory are leading to people deivsing their own methods of extendind Memory! Mic Gadget have recently showed a device called a CF Card reader which fits into the Dock Connector of Apple’s Ipad ans supports CD and Flash Drives! See the Video below for Proof! Read the rest of this entry