I have been asked “Have you tried the new Ubuntu yet?” and my answer is, I have upgraded my desktop, but haven’t really used it yet. One of the things I found out about Ubuntu 11.04 is that it is more for the new user more than the Linux expert. For those of you who […]
Archive for April, 2011
Xbox 360 wireless controller – $20.49 Sony psp go – 16gig – $241.50 Logitech wireless keyboard – $19.97 8gb microsd with adapter – $11.99 7 inch wireless baby monitor w/ nightvision – $118.97 Quad core desktop 1tb hdd/6gb ram – $429.99 Core i3 2100 processor and motherboard – $119.98 Enjoy the weekend!
We told you earlier about the second surprise that the Google Nexus Twitter account had in store. Well, there’s no surprise 2.3.4 feature or new device announcement, but they did announce that 10 lucky people will win a Nexus S via their second Twitter puzzle contest. They did the same thing back in December, with […]
Well, apparently the surprise that @GoogleNexus tweeted about earlier is a multi-part one. The official twitter account tweeted recently that the Android 2.3.4 OTA updatewill be rolling out for the Nexus S and Nexus One over the next few weeks. The update includes bug fixes for the Nexus One and also video chat over Google […]
The official Google Nexus Twitter account sent out an interesting tweet a couple of hours ago. The tweet reads as follows: The tweet is rather vague, but they definitely have my attention now. What could this surprise be? We already know when Sprint’s Nexus S 4G will be released (May 8th), so we know it’s not that. […]
It appears the droid charge has been delayed. Engadget is reporting it saw an internal document explaining “Unexpected delays” and did not mention a new release date. Maybe some testing they were doing last minute for the charge took out the 4g network? I guess the phone also has mediocre battery life and it’s quadrant […]