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iphone4 Siri

 

Apple disappointed many iPhone 4 owners with the news that Siri, the digital personal assistant technology, would only be available on the new iPhone 4S, and efforts quickly began to hack Siri onto the older smartphone. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith got the local app running with no problems, but faced Apple servers refusing to play ball with anything but the newest iPhone. Now, with the judicious application of some validation tokens from an iPhone 4S, its possible to get Siri on the iPhone 4 and iPod touch up and running, even without official support from Apple itself.


"It does require files from an iPhone 4S which are not ours to distribute, and it also requires a validation token from the iPhone 4S that has to be pulled live from a jailbroken iPhone 4S, and its about a 20-step process right now" Steve Troughton-Smith, developer

 

 

iPhone4 siri

 

 

Meanwhile, a second video has already demonstrated Siri running on the iPod touch 4, though in this case there are some hardware limitations. Thats around the iPod microphone, however, which is less sensitive than that of the iPhone 4/4S: Siri demands a strong, clear voice if its going to pick up any commands


Still, You should not expect to see a public release of this particular Siri hack any time soon!

 

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Information regarding an upcoming HTC Android smartphone has just leaked on the web. Known as the Runnymede, it is going to be the first phone born out of the HTC and Beats by Dr. Dre collaboration.


The specifications of Runnymede are as follows:

  • 4.7-inch, 800x480 display
  • 1.5GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM8255
  • 768MB RAM, 16GB internal storage
  • 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, backlit sensor, 28mm wide-angle lens and f/2.2 focal length
  • 720p video recording at 60fps
  • 1.3 megapixel front camera
  • DLNA
  • Less then 10mm thick
  • Android 2.3.4, Sense 3.5
  • Bundled Beats by Dr. Dre headphones

 

The specs of the device puts it a notch below the likes of the HTC Sensation and Galaxy S II. Only interesting bits are the massive 4.7-inch display, camera specs and the Beats Audio technology, along with the bundled headphones.

 

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We hae got some great news for you, our dear Bada-loving friends. Samsung has just confirmed that it will be bringing the latest version of their proprietary OS, 2.0, to all the devices in its Bada lineup before this year has ended.


Have in mind though that due to hardware limitations some of the Wave smartphones will not get the full feature set that Bada 2.0 brings.

 

 

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Epic 4G touch


Sprint has started rolling out a small update (EL29) for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch to fix one of the most annoying issues folks had with phones on the Now Network Carrier IQ integration. That "minor detail," described as "security update," is not the whole story aside from that, the new software also updates the calendar app, allowing users to dismiss multiple calendar alerts at once.



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tactus tactile


The Touch-screens technology Innovation is non-stopping, A new type of capacitive displays allows any type of button to protrude (pop-up) from a touchscreen on command. When no longer needed, the buttons drop back down seamlessly into the screen making it flat again.


Combining the best aspects of a touchscreen interface with physical keys, this Tactile Layer technology from Tactus could drive the final nail in the hardware QWERTY keyboard's coffin.


tactile


Well, Tactus uses microfluidic technology to create physical buttons that rise from the touchscreen to give users the experience or feeling of operating a physical keyboard. When no longer needed, the buttons recede back into the touchscreen, leaving no trace of their presence. Watch the Video below to know more.

 

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