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Ice Cream Sandwich update for Google's Nexus S 4G surfaces, includes improved WiMAX performance.
Google’s Nexus S 4G got its first bite of Ice Cream Sandwich when mobile news blog BriefMobile posted a leaked copy of the Android 4.0.4 update.
BriefMobile on Sunday posted the leaked update file, complete with installation instructions. The update, which BriefMobile claims as ‘the full official IMM76D ICS ROM’, is said to include an improved WiMAX performance.Read the rest of the article »
PlayStation Vita 1.61 adds Maps app, video recording, and other updates
PlayStation Vita has a round new update for the portable console. Sony PS Vita team release a System Software Update (v1.61) available for download. If your a first timer,1) once you turn ON your PS Vita it will show an update screen to process the latest version update. 2) try select “System Update” under the “Settings” menu and download the firmware directly to your PS Vita over Wi-Fi. 3) try this connect your PS Vita to a PS3 or a PC/Mac and update via Content Manager.Read the rest of the article »
The skies and the clouds are the limit for the PlayStation 3 with Online Saving feature.
Recent reports have revealed that Sony will be incorporating a new feature for the PS3 firmware update 3.60 which will definitely change the way we play our games wherever we are. Called “Online Saving,” the cloud storage system allows players to save their games on a remote server rather than the PS3 hard drives, thus giving more space on the gaming console.Read the rest of the article »
It has been a long while since we experienced revamp on N900. We are talking about updates on OS and Firmware. But here is something to get excited about. Meego blogged that there is a soon update on Nokia N900 OS.
Whatever you say about Nokia, at least it never leaves a promise broken. Here’s what I’m saying, last March the folks behind the biggest cellphone company said that they are making a dual OS for us, specifically for N900. According to Meego blog, the much-awaited PR 1.3 update is coming in a short while. Here’s a real welcome, a dual boot between Maemo and Meego. The last time we heard of an update was during the month of May. This is an exciting news, isn’t?
Nokia fanatics must be jumping for joy. Who doesn’t want a new Meego OS? And who doesn’t want a Maemo dual boot? Firmware is the life of the device. Let’s keep our eyes and ears open for any news. Meanwhile we quoted some of Meego’s words about it.
“On the Maemo side, there have been interesting, supporting developments going on, as well. The PR 1.3 update is quite close now, and with that you can easily dual boot between Maemo and Meego on your N900. There is also a possibility of developing applications supporting both operating systems, based on Qt and Qt Mobility APIs on the Maemo side. It means that you can develop once in PC with Qt Creator, and test your applications on both Maemo and MeeGo, directly on your N900 device!”View Article Source »
Canon add a few changes on the firmware of EOS 7D.
Canon is now joining the emerging update on softwares. If you have a 5D MARK II, 1D MARK IV or REBEL T2i in your bags, since it doesn’t naturally fit your pockets then you must be very very happy. The EOS 7D will fix it for you. This sweetheart will resolve issues and tweaks on every film maker’s tool. All you have to do is copy the updated software on Canon’s website and voila! Your up and about.
Here are some fixes that will make you happy as a bee.Read the rest of the article »
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