Sony released an official PS3 firmware update v3.56 yesterday, which brought fixes to the previous jailbreak holes.
The new PS3 update 3.56 was jailbroken within hours of its release i.e yes, jailbreak PS3 firmware 3.56 is still possible on the new official update.
Yes, you see it right! That is Sony’s next-generation PlayStation Portable, codenamed as NGP.
This new hand-held gaming device will revolve around five key concepts: Revolutionary User Interface, Social Connectivity, Location-based Entertainment, Converging Real and Virtual Reality. Rumours had that Sony will be unveiling the new PSP sometime soon, but they finally did it today in Japan.
Along with the preview SDK, Google also announced the upcoming features that we’ll be seeing in the Android 3.0 platform. It introduces many new and exciting features for both, users and developers.
Here is a glimpse of some of the new features and technologies that are being offered in the latest Android 3.0 Preview SDK.
Google has released the first preview SDK for Android 3.0 Honeycomb which is the next major release of the Android platform and is optimized for tablet devices. They’re offering a Preview SDK so you can get a head-start developing applications for it or simply optimize your existing application for upcoming tablets.
New UI, redesigned keyboard, visual multitasking, new and updated apps etc. are all part of the new Honeycomb experience on tablets and will eventually make its way to mobile phones as well.
Samsung will be unveiling the next-generation Galaxy S 2 phone at the first day of the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2011 – MWC’11. The teaser site is already up with Samsung putting up the first preview of the upcoming product on February 1st.
Samsung is back with another teaser website, and we know that this time, “something big is coming”.
Yes, Samsung will be announcing the long rumoured Samsung Galaxy S2 in Barcelona next month at 13th February, 2011 at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
The teaser website only features the old Samsung Galaxy S along with a new hidden product image which says, “Evolution is Fate”.The first preview teaser featuring this new Samsung product will go online on Feb 1.
Google launched the Nexus S last month which is the first phone to have Gingerbread (Android 2.3) on it.
I managed to get my hands on the device a few days back and took a few photos of it. See them after the jump!
Android 3.0 (Honeycom) for tablets was unveiled today by Google with the official announcement of Motorola Xoom – the first Honeycomb-based tablet.
It was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today. Google also released a preview video of Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
Google Maps 5.0 was released last month for all the Android devices and one the major new feature added was the 3D vector graphics.
This new Google Maps 5.0 was demonstrated on a tablet for the first time by Andy Rubin on the Motorola prototype running Honeycomb at D: Dive Into Mobile – but no other tablets enjoyed Google Maps 5.0 on a big screen.