HTC Says One X/S Updates To Begin Rolling Out This Month

HTC Says One X/S Updates To Begin Rolling Out This Month

After weeks upon weeks of guessing (and plenty of waiting), HTC has finally come clean as to when their mid-range One S and (formerly) flagship One X will begin receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates – this month. Previously, HTC had simply stuck by “by end of this year” with rumors more recently pin pointing October as the month everything would begin to go down. Today’s confirmation from HTC is a step in the right direction. Once they open the…

Sharp Starts Production on 443ppi, 1080p Mobile Displays

Sharp Starts Production on 443ppi, 1080p Mobile Displays

Sharp is set to become the display champion in just a couple short months once devices equipped with the company’s new 1080p, 443ppi displays starting shipping to customers. The insane pixel density is made possible by the incredible 1080p resolution crammed down into a display only 5 inches in size. For now, the world’s highest resolution mobile display doesn’t have any confirmed upcoming deployments, though current chatter revolving around a mystery…

Apple Releases iPhone 5 Carrier Update For Excessive Cellular Data Use

Apple Releases iPhone 5 Carrier Update For Excessive Cellular Data Use

A small number of iPhone 5 owners on Verizon have had a not so nice welcome to iPhone 5 land – excessive cellular data use even when connected to WiFi networks. Apparently Apple has found and corrected the problem, though, as a new carrier update released late Sunday claims to fix the issue. VZW iPhone owners need only navigate to “Settings” > “General” > “About” and wait for a pop-up box to appear saying that carrier settings have…

Iranian Communications Ministry: Gmail Access Restored. Accidentally Taken Down With YouTube

rly last week it was revealed that Gmail (and other Google services) became inaccessible within Iran’s borders. At the time, it was believed that the takedowns coincided with a nearing launch of the country’s own, internal internet network completely cut off from the outside world. Google services in particular have never been on the Iranian government’s “good” list. But a new statement from the country’s telecommunications ministry…

Valve Is Launching A Private Beta For 1,000 Lucky Linux Users Next Month

Valve Is Launching A Private Beta For 1,000 Lucky Linux Users Next Month

Windows is generally revered as the go-to platform for “PC” gaming. And while OS X has recently begun enjoying a slight uptick in attention from game developers/publishers, Linux is still the black sheep. If anyone can change that it is Valve, the company behind the massively successful digital storefront for PC games, who recently announced Linux support as the company’s next big goal. Today in a blog post Valve detailed the the start of the beta process…

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