- 'Moto X' To Be Officially Revealed On August 1 At New York
- Updated Beta Channel Release for Chrome OS
- Valve Releases Dota2 For Linux
- Top New Games At Google Playstore
- Chromoting: A Chrome Remote Desktop App For Android
- FireFox 1.1 OS Update Now Available For Geeksphone Users
- New Nexus 7 To Feature Wireless Charging, Android 4.3, Dual Cameras and Slim Port
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 03:24 PM PDT
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 02:34 PM PDT
ChromeBook and ChromeBox users on Beta track must immediately check their settings, the Chrome OS Beta channel has been updated to version 29.0.1537.32. The new updated brings with it bug fixes, security patches and several new features and improvements. The update will be rolling out to all the devices over next few days.
The most noticeable change is the move to kernel 3.8 onn the Pixel and Samsung 550, which gives the users more options and features. Apparently the updated kernel will allow more battery life on these two Intel powered devices.
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 12:55 PM PDT
DoTA, or Defense of the Ancients, was mod made for the game Warcraft III. It was so popular that the mod spawned a cult following. The following was so great that the mod was noticed by Valve, who decided that a standalone game based on the Source Engine would be a profitable venture. So they decided on making the sequel, named DoTA 2 based on the Source Engine, with the original designer of the Mod as the lead designer for this game and the result of this gamble was a hugely successful Beta test, which saw thousands of gamers sign up.
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 12:37 PM PDT
Top New Games in the Google Play Store
With the weekend approaching, here are some of the new releases on the Play Store:
HD Dark Nebula Episode 2:
Sequel to the Dark Nebula series, this game has the player controlling an eye through mazes, by either tilting the device or using the touchscreen. The game boasts of 19 different levels with HD graphics
MLB.com Home Run Derby
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 12:31 PM PDT
Chrome has always been a flexible browser with a lot of extensions. The browser has also kind of served as a test base for Google's own PC OS called; you guessed it, Chrome OS. If you look into the Chrome Browser extension gallery, a remote desktop extension can be found that enables the user to remote control a PC running Chrome.
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 12:09 PM PDT
If you are not an Apple iOS fanatic, or much impressed with Android either and taking an interest in Mozilla's Mobile Operating System FireFox OS, you might be happy to hear that Mozilla has released FireFox OS 1.1. Also if you are following Mozilla's Mobile OS, you might have a Geeksphone in your hand, complementing the geek in you, because it's the only device known to support FireFox OS for now.
Posted: 20 Jul 2013 12:23 AM PDT
Nexus 7 II is perhaps one of the most awaited devices of this year, with rumours and leaks surfacing on the internet every other day. It seems that the internet public won't stop speculating until there is an official release or confirmation from Google. In keeping with the trend of daily leaks, this time, another picture surfaced, supposedly listing the features of the new Nexus 7 II.
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