Google is famous for constantly improving its services with new features, and we’re positive that you remember Hangouts for Gmail that we covered not a while ago. Speaking of new features, it seems that Google will bring some improvement to Google Search.


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Unlike Android users, if you’re an iOS device owner you’ll have noticed you don’t have the luxury of choosing fancy ‘live’ / moving wallpapers. I’ve found this especially annoying as an iPhone 4 user because the retinal display would have been brilliant for this task should Apple have enabled this feature. But the obvious downside would have been a compromise to battery life. Nevertheless vWallpaper is an app that’s been around for a while but now compatible with iOS 5.

 

As you will have guessed correctly, such a function would not possibly be authorised by Apple and hence the app is available for download only via Cydia meaning you will need to jailbreak your iOS 5 device.

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As you know, you can’t emulate any other gaming platform on PSP except GameBoy, NES, and SNES, but it seems that Obiwan222222 has found a way to run Nintendo Wii games on the PSP.

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Apple recently announced the new and long awaited for new iPhone 4 but also at the same time a new 8GB more affordable version of iPhone 3GS (which to be fair is still an excellent phone!). If you’re a newcomer to the iPhone and is considering the latest iPhone 4 as your first when it becomes available on

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Google recently placed a fun feature on their search engine home page to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Pacman, they placed a playable version of Pac man the game itself on their home page. If you’re wondering how to download google pac man? It’s in fact not a flash file, Google’s Pacman game is made from a series of files written in Java Script.

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Use USB 3.0 without upgrading your machine

On May 6, 2010, in Gadgets, by Salman

You read that pretty correctly. And I do not mean that you use some kind of magical driver which will help your USB 2.0 port shell out speed that matches with that of USB 3.0. There isn’t any such software available yet! What we discuss here is the newly launched Seagate adapter which can use your ExpressCard slot to convert it to USB 3.0.

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Henceforth, you will end up using the much faster (when compared to USB 3.0) USB service without even upgrading your hardware to the new technology, USB 3.0. But, why will you want to use Seagate’s adapter when you don’t have any device that requires USB 3.0? The answer is simple; Seagate has launched its new set of hard disk drives namely GoFlex which are fast and henceforth worth buying. After all, USB 3.0 is 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and why will you want to miss out on such a furious device?

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For all enthusiastic users that like to experiment with their processors and are familiar with overclocking, Biostar Microtech has a special treat for you. It’s a brand new motherboard named TA890FXE from their T-Series designed for latest AMD processors.

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