Android Police and just copy it to your phone and install the app.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Saturday, November 2, 2013
looking to try out the new Android KitKat launcher, but not looking to wait for the launch, you can install the launcher of the all new Android version with just a few installs. Just visit XDA-Developers and follow the instructions and download the files and install.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
KitKat design images leak, the new version of android with new look
Android 4.4 KitKat images have leaked and clearly shows some design changes to the new version of Android. The notification bar looks a little different in the leaked images and the stock Android apps like message and phone have now got a new user interface, even the icons look a little different.
Source - Android 4.4 KitKat reportedly leaked, lots of design changes
Samsung to use Aluminium in Galaxy S5We know Samsung phones are made with plastic, be it high end, mid range or low end, but rumours suggest that the new next high end Galaxy device, Galaxy S5 will be constructed with Aluminium. Reports are that Samsung is working with the company which makes Aluminium frames for MacBook Air, iPad Mini and HTC One.
Source - Samsung looking for suppliers of metal casings. Galaxy S5 first in line?
Microsoft Surface Pro 2 announcedMicrosoft announced its next Surface tablet Yesterday, 23rd September, with two models, Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2. The Surface 2 will be running Windows 8.1 RT and Surface Pro 2 will run Windows 8.1 Pro. Microsoft has improved the hardware specification and also made some accessories for the tablets, like touch cover, power cover and others. The Surface 2 start at $449, with 32GB and 64GB storage options while Surface Pro 2 starts at $899 with 64GB and 128GB configurations with 4 GB of RAM and 256GB and 512GB configurations with 8 GB of RAM.
Source - Microsoft unveils Surface 2, Surface Pro 2 and new accessories
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Sunday, September 15, 2013
A Spanish team of scientists have developed a polymer that can just do similar stuff, its not a metal but somewhat plasticky, it is technically called "Permanently cross linked poly(urea-urethane) elastomeric network", in short "Terminator Polymer".The behind the scene details of the project might be complex for some of us to understand and most surely will be patented so getting to that is a little tough but the result looks cool and that is what matters.