Anant Pai is the man who introduced India to mythical stories through engaging comic strips. Today, Google is celebrating Anant Pai’s 82 birthday anniversary with a rather unique Google doodle. The doodle has been designed in the traditional Tinkle and Amar Chitra Katha style, two comics that were edited by Anant Pai. Read More
According to ‘9to5mac,’ Apple is discontinuing one of its controversial products, the Bumper cases for the iPhone 4. The reason that this product has been criticised by iPhone 4 owners is because it costs too much. Much more than it should.
Ever since we heard that there is going to be an iPhone 5, rumors began to surface. Some about its release date, others about its features, and many about its covers, parts and a screen protector showed up just recently.
If you really want to maintain the slimness of your iPad, and still want to protect the back of your device from scratches, the BodyGuardz Armor Carbon Fiber might be useful. Created by BodyGuardz, this case/sticker provides protection to the back of your device. Read More
MegaStunt Mayhem Pro is a great game. It is extremely thrilling and interesting. The game is developed by Level Eight AB and the Pro version can be downloaded for $2.99, although there is a free version also available. MegaStunt Mayhem Pro has got phenomenal graphics and it looks stunning on a retina display. Read More
According to a report on Wednesday, the American carrier, “Sprint,” has finished preparations with Apple, and will offer the iPad to its customers, reportedly following the iPhone 5’s supposed release (7th October). The iPad that Sprint plans to offer will be a CDMA version. Read More
An ‘iPhone 5 Home Button Flex Cable Ribbon Circuit’ found by ‘How to Arena’ suggests that the iPhone 5 will not have a different home button as rumored earlier, and will be similar in shape and size to the iPhone 4’s home button. Read More
Google and Intel announced some exciting news this morning regarding Android and the hardware that the OS will be running on. This announcement confirms the efforts that Google and Intel are making to produce Android devices running on Intel’s hardware, mainly their Atom processor line. Read More