Monthly Archives: September 2010

iPhone4 Price Update in Thailand (24-09-2010)


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Posted by on 27/09/2010 in IT


VLC Media Player for iPad now available

Well, would you look at that? Ever since Apple added some leeway (and snark!) to its App Store submission rules, the approved apps have become increasingly more interesting: Google Voice clients, a Commodore 64  emulator, and now the VLC Media Player with claims to support “nearly all codec there is.” We’ve spent a few minutes with the program already, and while it’s import method is reminiscent of CineXPlayer  (i.e. via the Apps tab), the thumbnail-rich interface is much prettier. Official launch date is tomorrow, but we’ve had no problem downloading from the US and UK stores already, so go ahead and give it a whirl. Or if not, our gallery is below. by engadget

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Posted by on 22/09/2010 in IT


The Sims 3 Ambitions Arrives in the App Store

Electronic Arts has released The Simes 3 Ambitions in the App Store for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Now your Sims can turn passions into professions…Build dream homes or businesses…Even have BABIES! Get everything you love about The Sims and more from this all-new member of The Sims family of games for iPhone & iPod touch.
For the first time ever on iPhone & iPod touch, turn your Sims’ hobbies into fulfilling jobs. Will your Sim become a Firefighter? Rock Star? Artist? Teacher? Chef? Sports Star? Get down to business with new career-oriented goals, mini-games, outfits, and locations. Follow your Sims to work and see them get happier as they make their dreams come true.
Think big with the improved and expanded Build Mode feature. Resize, add, or delete rooms, floors, walls, doors, and windows as you make a new home for your success-driven Sim. Buy and sell furniture and objects. And now you can also build workplaces like a Bistro, a Preschool, or a Night Club for your musical Sim to rock.
Your most requested feature is here! For the first time on iPhone & iPod touch, your Sims can have babies! Feed them, play with them, and put them to bed! Watch Sims babies become Sims toddlers. Take them to the park, play hide-and-seek, or give them a little cuddle. Having Sims children changes everything!
Bring in your favorite Sims from The Sims™ 3 and The Sims™ 3 World Adventures for iPhone & iPod touch. Give them the chance to pursue their dreams, too!
With all-new features, plus more of the Sims gameplay you know and love, this really is the fullest experience of The Sims ever made for iPhone & iPod touch!
You can purchase The Sims 3 Ambitions from the App Store for $4.99.
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Posted by on 18/09/2010 in IT


White iPhone 4 will be Available for Christmas

Two months ago, Apple announced that they delayed the White iPhone 4 launch till the end of 2010, this was due to color issues, antenna issues and more. We are just three months away from the end of 2010, so Christmas would be the best time for White iPhone 4 launch?


iDB reader Nathan sent Steve this email:

    Hello Steve, My name is Nathan, I’m a high school student from San Bernardino. I also happen to be one of your biggest fan and a total Apple fanboy and proud to be. I’ve been saving up money to buy the new iphone 4. I want the white one but Apple said it won’t be available until later this year. I know you must be asked this question hundreds of times a day but do you think we can expect to get the white iphone for xmas?
    I hope you can answer. Thank you Steve

Steve Jobs replies from his iPhone:

    Christmas is later this year.

    Sent from my iPhone

Of course this may be not real source as it’s unverified mail, we can’t trust the source but at least we can get the hopes up as sounds very likely. We will keep informed, stay tuned!

You can take a look on our iPhone 4 Activity Section, and Also check our iPad Activity Section for more news and posts.

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Posted by on 18/09/2010 in IT


LG Optimus 7 Windows Phone 7 prototype flicks photos to TVs, launches October

lg-optimus-7-prototypedsc4625-engadget We were a bit surprised to find LG’s prototype Windows Phone 7 device for developers, soon to be unveiled officially as the Optimus 7 when released in its production form, hanging out in the wilds of IFA. Nevertheless, there it was, streaming DLNA content to a WiFi enabled TV. LG worked with Microsoft to develop a custom DLNA media sharing capability for its GW910 handset. Just one of the ways hardware partners are able to differentiate themselves on the otherwise locked down Windows Phone 7 platform. It certainly makes sense that LG would play to its strengths in the television industry as it moves to market with the device as early as next month according to our sources. Watch the trick flip-to-TV photo sharing interface in action after the break. by engadget

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Posted by on 05/09/2010 in IT


iPod touch gets revamped: retina display, FaceTime, HD video recording

ipod-touch-4th-gen-ofc Current iPod touch wasn’t thin enough for you? Look no further than… well, the new  iPod touch just announced today. Naturally, Apple has re-upped its “iPhone without the phone” to include the Retina Display from the iPhone 4, an Apple A4 core, 3-axis gyroscope, Game Center, and FaceTime support thanks to the addition of a front cam. Oh, and speaking of cams, it’s also got a rear cam capable of HD video — but you’ll be paying a bit more than you will for that cute little nano: $229 for 8GB, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB (yep, 16GB and 128GB are both no-shows). Ships next week, pre-orders start today; follow the break for the full press release. by engadget

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Posted by on 05/09/2010 in IT


Android accounts for one-quarter of mobile web traffic, says Quantcast

9-4-10-quantcast600 It’s terribly difficult to get reliable statistics, as numbers tend to vary drastically depending upon whom you ask, but if you’re inclined to believe that Android  is  mopping  up  Apple and RIM’s declining mobile mindshare in the US, you’ll find nothing but corroboration from Quantcast. The analytics firm reckons a full one-quarter of mobile web traffic stateside comes from devices running Google’s OS, though it’s important to know that the iOS tallies apparently don’t include the web-friendly iPad. You also might want to note that this is mobile web traffic here — these days, we spend an increasing amount of our internet time in apps — and since we’re on a roll with the disclaimers, let’s just add that these numbers have nothing to do with a company’s financial success. Nokia can attest to that.  by Quantcast Blog

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Posted by on 05/09/2010 in IT

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