Facebook privacy issues has always been a concern for most of the Facebook users. Spammers, fake profiles and stalkers on Facebook is a norm. Today while playing with the new privacy features of Facebook, I came across the option to completely hide my friends list.
Earlier it was very difficult to hide your friends list from some or all of your Facebook friends and public, but now it’s possible.
Annoyed that Apple removed the orientation lock switch in iPad iOS 4.2 and swapped it with an ‘alert mute’ switch? Well, if you have a jailbroken iPad running on iOS 4.2 or higher, you can get the orientation lock switch back!
NoMute is a small jailbreak app for the iPad iOS 4.2 which lets you have that iPad orientation lock switch back and make it useful once again.
An unannounced Nokia smartphone has just popped up on the web in a leaked video and is being said to be the Nokia X7, though we’re not sure as it doesn’t say anywhere on the device that this is the real deal.
Nokia X7-00 has been captured on video and shows a very sleek body, along with four speakers on the device and Need For Speed: Shift is being played on it.
And once again the Samsung Nexus S has been spotted in the wild, with some blurry shots of Gingerbread (Android 2.3) running on it.
A few days back, Eric Schimidt showed the “unannounced device” to the world with Gingerbread on it, and now a few more photos of the device have been put up online through an anonymous XDA member.
Symbian^3 is the latest iteration of Symbian, the popular mobile operating system from Nokia. Symbian63 currently runs on two devices, that are Nokia N8 and the Nokia E7.
I’ve managed to compile a list of all the good and free Symbian^3 applications available for both the devices. All of these apps are available for download as full version from the Ovi Store and do not include official apps/games. Tested on the Nokia N8 (click here for our Nokia N8 review).
Acer revealed a new Android smartphone today at Acer’s Global press event in New York City. According to Engadget, it was a biref demonstration of what is said to be “100 percent smartphone. 100 percent tablet.,”
This device boasts a 4.8-inch display with 1024×480 screen resolution and also features the “evolution of Acer UI.”
iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad released today and is now available for download. iPad iOS 4.2 was much-awaited release because of all the new multi-tasking and tons of other new features Apple has brought to the iPad.
Download iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad now from iTunes. Remember, you need iTunes 10.1 to update your devices to the latest firmware iOS 4.2.
Yes! Samsung Nexus S is finally on video, and not by any leaked source. Eric Schmidt showcased an “unannounced device” (probably the Google Nexus S) and talked about Gingerbread (Android 2.3) running on board that device. This device is built by Samsung.
Eric Schmidt was on stage at the Web 2.0 summit yesterday, and O’Reilly Media managed to capture the whole thing on video – along with the sexy Nexus S. Watch the video after the jump!
Facebook launched Social Messaging today in a special Facebook Mail event where they announced how they could merge emails, conversations, text messages and friends – all at one place which will be known as Facebook Social Messaging.
Even though Facebook said it is not like Google Wave, I still think Facebook Social Messaging is a combination of Google Wave, Gmail Priority Inbox and Facebook friends.