Google Nexus 10 is one of the most exciting tablets to come out this year and late last year and a good way to spoil your gadget is to get hold of the latest book cover to come out exclusively for the device. The Google Play Store now offers two distinct colors of this book cover and is presently on sale for $ 29.99.
Although some resent the fact that Google took a long time to introduce an accessory for this device, you will surely find that getting one is worth the wait. The book cover offers ample protection without the added bulk, since you need to replace the stock back cover with the official book cover to use it. Also, opening and closing the flap in front will put the device on awake-asleep mode. Cool eh? Available colors for the book cover are Dark Grey and Scarlet, grab yours now!
Widdit Labs - a company that create lock screen apps, has created a lock screen widget that mimics Facebook's Home theme. This is the original, stripped-down "Homebase Lock Screen" app, which is nicely customizable and offers quite a bit in terms of changing the look and feel of your lock screen. From the reviews, it seem the theme little buggy, feel free to install it and check for yourself.
Some of the features include being able to set a default background, pick a personal unlock icon and choose a custom unlock sound as well as being able to add screens, remove screens and re-order screens.
How to personalize your Homebase:
After you install Homebase, an icon is placed on your home screen. Click this icon to access settings. Thought the settings screen you can edit the following:
- Turn Homebase on/off
- Add screens - click the "+" icon and you can add widgets, your favorite RSS feeds and more
- Turn off screens
- Re-order screens. Touch and drag to move them around
- Set your default background
- Set your personal unlock icon. Choose an image from your phone and crop it, or use the online gallery
- Set custom unlock sound
HomeBase runs on any Android operated device 2.2 and up.
Download: Google Play Store Link
We have found these leaked iPhone 5S pictures from the web. These pictures showed iPhones with different colors and sizes. The build material looks plastic adding more evidence to confirm that the next iPhone in the series might have cheaper versions. The cost of the iPhones were always a problem compared with other manufacturers smart phones and this solves that issue.
The first picture (left) allegedly be the rumored cheaper new iPhone. It also appears to have a slightly smaller screen than the current 4" Retina on the iPhone 5. On the right side (blue) is the more interesting one and is slated as the iPhone 5S (or maybe even iPhone 6). It's larger than the current iPhone 5 and sports a bigger, almost bezel-less screen with sloping edges. It sports a rather strange-looking cyan color and the front appears to be entirely made of glass.
What do you think folks?
According to a report by Reuters, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd infringed a key portion of an Apple Inc patent by including a text-selection feature in its smartphones and tablets, an International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary decision.
The decision is appealable, but if Samsung is to lose the appeal in front of the full commission as well, Apple is entitled to requesting an US import ban for most smartphones and tablets in the Samsung Galaxy and Samsung Nexus lines.
The final decision is expected to arrive sometime in August and it is not known if Samsung can avoid the potential import ban via a software update that would change the way text selection is made.
We'll keep you posted on any updates.
According to a new report, Apple's iPhone is actually more susceptible to attacks than other operating systems such as Android, Windows and even BlackBerry.
According to the report, the number of people who want to ditch the iPhone in place of an Android or Windows device just keeps on growing.
Furthermore, out of all the "vulnerabilities" that were recorded for phones of various operating systems, 81% have been found in different iPhone models, whereas only 19% of other phones were found to have these similar vulnerabilities.