Video: Hands on new iPhone 5 and iOS 6

On September 14, 2012, in Cell Phones, by KLS

Check out this hands on video of the new iPhone 5 by T3 who were at the launch, the soon to come iOS 6 will feature numerous fantastic upgrades but my personal favourite will have to be maps (free turn by turn navigation never seen before on iPhone native maps app), Passbook and that delicious panoramic camera. Check out how thin the new iPhone 5 is in the quick video below…

For those of you interested in the new iOS but not quite sure about the new iPhone 5, you’d be pleased to know that once released, iOS 6 will be compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, as well as iPod Touch 4th gen, iPad 2 and the new iPad.

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Google Maps adds weather forecast support

On August 30, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Checking out weather in your local area is always useful especially if you’re planning to go on a road trip, and now Google has added a new addition to its Google Maps service that lets you check weather around the world with a single click.

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If you can recall, Nokia first launched their free turn by turn Ovi Maps application to all of their users earlier in the year, however, one problem was that it didn’t extend its support to all potentially compatible phones. But now the good news has dropped for Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 users: you can now install the latest and free version of Ovi Maps on your phone!

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Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution

On March 1, 2010, in Gaming, by Fahad Majidi

World domination comes to those who wait. As do other good things, like the console adaptation of Sid Meier’s turn-based Civilization series, aptly titled Civilization Revolution, as the latest offering departs from its PC-focused predecessor in two significant ways. First it’s quicker. Whereas a multiplayer round of Civilization IV could take eight, 12, even upwards of 20 hours before it reached a resolution, a match in Revolution only takes two or three. But that doesn’t mean the game’s been stripped of its depth. The 16 civilizations, four time periods, randomly generated small-ish maps featuring varied terrain and hosts of barbarians, and an assortment of Wonders and Great People, can make Revolution quite intimidating to new comers.

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