Friday, 25 October 2013

Download Batman Arkham Origins for PC


Batman: Arkham Origins is the next installment in the blockbuster Batman:
Arkham videogame franchise. Developed by WB Games Montr al, the game
features an expanded Gotham City and introduces an original prequel
storyline set several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and
Batman: Arkham City, the first two critically acclaimed games of the
franchise. Taking place before the rise of Gotham City s most dangerous
criminals, the game showcases a young and unrefined Batman as he faces a
imagedefining moment in his early career as a crime fighter that sets his path
to becoming the Dark Knight.

Features:

* The Arkham Story Begins: Batman: Arkham Origins features a pivotal tale
set on Christmas Eve where Batman is hunted by eight of the deadliest
assassins from the DC Comics Universe. Players become an early-career
Batman as he encounters for the first time many of the characters that
shape his future.

* Enhanced Detective Mode: Think like Batman with an all-new Case File
system that allows players to analyze seemingly impossible-to-solve crime
reconstructions in real time. Combining Batman's cowl sensors with the
Batcomputer, players can digitally recreate crimes and study detailed
simulation of the act as it happened.

Friday, 13 September 2013

iOS 7 on Your Android Device

iOS 7 on Your Android Device

Try iOS 7 on Your Android Device. Ultimate iOS 7 Theme is a completely new theme for Nova Launcher, Apex Launcher, SS Launcher, and other supporting launcher apps/home screen.
Ultimate iOS7 Launcher Theme - screenshot thumbnail

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

iPhone 5s vs. iPhone 5

The iPhone 5s has finally been unveiled. Following an intense buildup of pre-announcement hype and leaks, Apple describes its latest flagship iOS device as the "most forwarding-thinking iPhone yet." Wondering how the specs compare to the regular 'ol 5, though? We're glad you asked because we've laid it all out just past the break.

iPhone 5S vs. Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One vs. Lumia 1020

As it turns out, everything that we'd seen from the rumors were true: the iPhone 5s is faster, of course, with a dual-LED flash and the much-vaunted fingerprint scanner on the home button. And yes, it comes in a gold color, which actually looks better in person 
compared with the many leaked images we've seen. After all that, however, you would be hard-pressed to distinguish the iPhone 5s from the iPhone 5 — if you are picking one up in "Space Gray" or white, the only visible difference will be the ring around your home button and the slightly larger flash.

iPhone 5S vs. Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One vs. Lumia 1020

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Alleged iPhone 5S render shows new home button /Touch ID sensor

A purported diagram of the Apple iPhone 5S from its user guide, shows off a new home button that is rounded without the traditional square imprint in the middle. The part is actually labeled Home button/Touch ID sensor. All signs, including a report we told you about in the Wall Street Journal, point to that long rumored fingerprint sensor touching down at last inside the Apple iPhone 5S.


Saturday, 7 September 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Galaxy Note II, what’s new

Samsung yesterday launched the Galaxy Note 3 at its annual pre-IFA press conference in Berlin. The Galaxy Note 3, which represents the third generation in its series of flagship phablet devices, features the latest and greatest hardware specifications that money can buy and Samsung will launch it in India on September 25. Let’s take a look at what exactly has changed in the Galaxy Note 3 from its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Galaxy Note IITo begin with the exteriors and the design, the Galaxy Note 3 boasts a different design language with a noticeably thinner and even lighter body. The biggest change is the soft textured stitched-leather back instead of a plastic one as seen on most of the other Samsung smartphones. It also comes with a metallic rim around its edge. On comparing it to the predecessor, while the Galaxy Note II did not have much change to offer in terms of the chassis and looks, the notebook-like back texture of Galaxy Note 3 makes it look far more premium and comfortable to hold than the Galaxy Note II.

Friday, 6 September 2013

HTC One Dual SIM launched With TATA Docomo At Rs 53,590, (CDMA & GSM)

Smartphone maker HTC and carrier Tata Docomo today announced a partnership, wherein they aim to increase the usage of CDMA phones in India. To do this they will together launch a series of dual-SIM phones in India across all price ranges, starting with the HTC One dual-SIM, which will be available for Rs 53,590.

The HTC One Dual SIM+ comes with support for both CDMA and GSM. In fact, it is also said to be the first from HTC to support UMTS/ HSPA/ 3G connectivity as well as high speed data on CDMA via EVDO.

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Microsoft buys Nokia's phone and services division

In case you haven't heard, Microsoft surprised very few people tonight when it announced that it would purchase all relevant mobile-related parts of and license patents from Nokia for about $7.17 billion (€5.44 billion). Much has already been said (and will continue to be said) about the specifics of the deal, but it's interesting to think about how this purchase will effect Google and the numerous manufacturers of Android handsets.

HTC One and One Mini in Vivid Blue Confirmed for Q4 Release

HTC One and One Mini in Vivid Blue Confirmed for Q4 ReleaseHTC has just officially confirmed the long rumored vivid blue HTC One and HTC One mini. The new color versions are set to arrive on store shelves just in time for the Holiday shopping season in Q4 2013.

HTC Desire 601 and Desire 300 specifications

HTC Desire 601 and Desire 300 specificationsHTC has unveiled two new mid-range Android smartphones today. Part of the company’s Desire series, the new smartphones are called Desire 601 and Desire 300. Both phones will go on sale in select markets beginning next month.

HTC announces BoomBass Bluetooth subwoofer and Vivid Blue coloured HTC One, One mini

The HTC One can emit the best sound we've heard from a smartphone – but that doesn't mean we don't want to have something that makes it sound even better.
HTC announces BoomBass Bluetooth subwoofer and Vivid Blue coloured HTC One, One miniEnter the HTC BoomBass, a little device that measures 64mm³ but can supercharge the sound coming from your aluminium-shod phone

Talking about HTC BoomBass first, it is a cube-shaped Bluetooth subwoofer, which pairs with your HTC smartphones and gives you extra bass and volume, which would nicely supplement your phone’s BoomSound speakers. The pairing can be done with just a tap using NFC.

BoomBass packs its own 1200 mAh battery, which can last upto 9 hours. HTC has even included a slide-out shelf in BoomBass to put your phone

Galaxy Note III launching with 2.5GB RAM?

Is the fabled 3GB RAM smartphone destined to remain a dream? For all the talk the idea gets, we really haven’t seen anything come of it. There was the theory that the LG G2 might usher in the era of such memory capacity, but we ultimately saw it go the 2GB route, instead. And there was the Ubuntu Edge, which would have packed a hefty 4GB of memory, but that project has already folded. That’s left the Galaxy Note III as the best contender, and with its launch almost certainly occurring this Wednesday, we’ll have the full story on its hardware shortly. In the meantime, a new leak offers a GN3 screenshot, some benchmark info, and the tantalizing detail that the Note III could arrive with 2.5GB of RAM


First, let’s talk about the device screenshot. As you can see below, this particular Note 3 is model SM-N9005, and runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with build number JSS15J. Not much else here worth taking notice of.

Turning to the second screenshot, we have a benchmark. Honestly, we’re not going to read into this one too much. Sure there are other devices that have achieved much higher results than this, but it is impossible to judge a handset based on a single benchmark.


Keep in mind that the device could actually have 3GB of RAM, but 512MB might be reserved for something else and therefore not counted. There’s also the possibility that the screenshots and/or alleged specs aren’t correct, so speculation is certainly advised.
Then again, we also suppose that there very well could be physically 3GB present here, but with 512MB somehow reserved and not generally accessible – whatever the case, Samsung should spell it out in full detail in what’s quite literally a matter of hours at this point.

Monday, 2 September 2013

Prototype Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch shown off in pictures

Samsung has made no secret of the fact that it plans to show off a smart watch device on Wednesday at the IFA technology convention, but VentureBeat's Christina Farr got a look at a prototype of the device, as well as some hands-on time with it. The device shown in the report is said to have been sent to developers and a number of select partners.


HTC designers arrested for alleged expense fraud and stealing trade secrets

HTC's exiting designers interrogated for expense fraud and stealing trade secrets  Reports say HTC chairwoman Cher Wang personally filed a complaint to Taiwan's Investigation Bureau, which has since learned that Chien, Wu and Huang planned to set up a new design company (which is already registered under the Chinese name "Xiaoyu") aimed at the mainland Chinese market, and that they would resign after claiming their mid-year bonuses yesterday. The real beef HTC has here is that it apparently caught Chien secretly downloading files related to the upcoming Sense 6.0 UI design, and then shared them with external contacts via e-mail. The Investigation Bureau refused to comment on whether Sense 6.0 is related to the One Max due later this year.. Their offices were also raided yesterday as part of the investigation.

Pressy Is The Customisable Hardware Button . A Physical Multi-Function Button To Android Devices [VIDEO]

 Kickstarter often throws up some intriguing products, particularly of the tech variety, but seldom do we see the kind of buzz and excitement around a start-up project than with Pressy,an Android-targeting peripheral recently launched on the site.  This time around, we’d like to introduce you to Pressy, a cheap Android accessory that turns your headphone jack into a programmable button. While most of the fun with Kickstarter campaigns lies in the fact that you don’t know if the product will achieve full funding, Pressy has decided to steal all the fun away from us by shattering its $40,000 goal. The project raised $60,000 in the first day alone.

Sony’s lens-cameras to be called Smart Shot? -Mount "Lens Cameras" Leak

sony_qx10_1ony is expected to announce a couple of new concept imaging devices at next week’s IFA show in Berlin. Two new ‘lens-camera’ devices will launch the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100, the idea being that they mount onto a smartphone and contain a built-in imaging sensor, Bionz processor, Wi-Fi/NFC, SD card slot and battery.

The two new ‘lens-camera’ devices will launch as the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100, the idea being that they mount onto a smartphone and contain a built-in imaging sensor, Bionz processor, Wi-Fi/NFC, SD card slot and battery.
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