Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Android Jelly Bean Confirmed by Google

Hey Guys!

Google has let it slip that the new version of android, just like the rumours, will be called Jelly Bean!!

A listing for the Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ showed up briefly on the the Play Store, before Google realised it was there, but not before Droid-Life managed to get a screenshot! According to the one-line update, the Nexus phone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software on board will cost $400 or £225 for thou British. Knowing all companies ever, the price is more likely to be different to this. But we'll cross that bridge when we get to it!

That's basically all the relevant information I could find, but I will definately keep you updated :)


Monday, 18 June 2012

Logitech G600 MMO Mouse has 20 GAMING BUTTONS

Hey Guy's

I am probably the worst person to ask about a gaming mouse or an MMO game, but I do know one thing.. 20 BUTTONS IS QUITE ALOT OF BUTTONS. But according to The Gadget Show, "It’s an arrangement that actually appears to make sense – with the majority of the buttons situated on the side for wrist-ache-free-convenience.

There are 12 buttons where the thumb would usually sit, these are divided into 6 sections which are customizable to the game. The buttons can also light up and can be doubled up for an even quicker response time.

Although the mouse is called MMO, it can also be used as a general gaming mouse and set different settings for different games. This is all kept in the mouse's internal memory.

And if you have lag problems then Logitech state "It's 8200dpi laser sensor eliminates any lag issues" The weird and wonderful mouse is due to come out in early July for about £69.99. LOL 69! And it will hopefully have a left handed version for left handed people.

So what do you think? Is 20 buttons too much? Too amazing? Or just plain stupid?


Friday, 15 June 2012

Adobe Confirms No More Flash Player for Mobile Devices

Hey Guys!
Flash Player for mobile browsers was released by Adobe about two years ago now and since then more and more mobile devices have been able to access rich media content online. Also, Flash has been available for desktop users for almost 10 years now. 
Although Flash has had great success, HTML 5 has been installed on the most recent mobile phones and some phones are exclusive the HTML 5. This makes a perfect solution for deploying and creating content in the browser irrespective of the mobile platform. 
In a statement released by Adobe, they have stated that following the release of the upcoming Flash Player 11.1, Adobe would finish developing Flash Player in the browser and will focus on ensuring that all the major app stores allow developers to package native apps with Adobe AIR. However they added that they would  allow those who have the licensed source code to continue developing and release their own implementations of the software. All existing device configurations will continue to receive security updates and also critical bug fixes.

Adobe has stated that it will continue to collaborate with some of the biggest names in the mobile software industry, RIM, Microsoft, Apple and Google to help the HTML5 innovation in the future on their mobile web browsers.

So what do you think. Do you think HTML 5 can replace the Flash Player? Will people develop their own implementations? Or just leave it? Leave your answers in the commets!

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Energizer XP1000 Review!

Hey Guys, this is my first ever review and its on the Energizer XP1000 portable battery charger!

The Looks!
The Energizer XP 1000 is ultra thin and light! It has a mini USB port to charge it, and fortunately is had 2 led lights so you can tell how much battery is left. It comes with 4 tips: iPod, Mini USB, Bigger mini USB and the Nokia Charger. It also has a tip guarantee where you can order up to 2 tips per year if you need a new one.

How to use it!
It is a very basic device with a USB to mini USB cable with a place for the tips. You can use a mini USB charger to charge the battery pack or plug the USB cable given into a laptop or PC and put the mini one into the XP1000. You can tell if its charged by pressing the button next to the mini USB port and a green light should appear, if not a red one. You can charge the your selected device by connecting the cable to the charger and putting the tip into its place. It should stay charged for up to 1 year.
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Saturday, 2 June 2012

Welcome to my Blog!!

Hi Everyone! I have just started my blog up again and from fresh! I will be writing posts at least once a day and  giving you the technology information you need! I hope you subscribe to this blog via RSS or E-Mail, I also have a youtube channel and a cafepress shop so please take a look at them too!