Dave Morin, the CEO of beleaguered social network Path, posted an apology today addressing the recent controversy over how the app accesses information on a user’s phone. Saying the the company made a mistake, Morin promises Path has purged all address-book data from its servers.
I have a Sumsung Galaxy I bought it from UK I beleive it was a T.mobile not sure though.
I am trying to upgrade to I9000XXJVU_I9000OXAJVU_OXA and I am using Odin3 v1.83 and computer running Win7 32 bit. I treid to root it but it stoped in Initialising…. These the specs of my mobile:
We just saw the first Super Bowl ad of Samsung and now the video is online for everyone to see.You can check the 90 second clip below and let us know what you think in the comments below.Was this $10 million well spent? Is this the ad that you were expecting or did you prefer one of the numerous car ads from Acura, Chevrolet, Fita, Kia, or another?
Any launch date for your phone continues to be difficult to resolve, but May would be in line with the timeline established by earlier releases within the Galaxy S line and seems even more likely with news that the phone’s announcement won’t occur at Mobile World Congress.
Apple’s third-generation iPad is expected by one market watcher to soon arrive during an advantageous “window of opportunity,” in which competitors have nothing significant to offer, that will further increase the company’s lead in the mobile computing market.
Today’s been all about the white phones, and Nokia’s new Lumia matches that glossy finish we saw on its near-identical twin, the white N9. Here, opposing the matte goodness of the rest of Lumia 800 family, the unibody shell has an almost-enamel feel on what we’ve heard is still polycarbonate material.
The 2009 launch of Google Ocean, an underwater extension of Google Earth, included a grid formation in the Atlantic that prompted many to speculate that the search giant had uncovered the lost city of Atlantis. A recent update to Google Earth, however, has quashed those rumors, according to LiveScience.
Well it appears Motorola is growing some stones in regards to its injunction against Apple’s iCloud and MobileMe software. Motorola is apparently looking into receiving 2.25% of Apple’s sales in return for licensing FRAND (fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms) patents
We are barely settling into Android 4.0.4 on the Galaxy Nexus (unofficially of course) and French mobile site SFR is reporting that Android 4.0.5 will be out in March. Do we believe them? Eh, maybe. It’s tough to tell with these Euro mobile sites if their information is on point or not.