5/14/2013 11:42:00 AM Youness Tech No comments
Samsung might use a 6.0-inch display for the Galaxy Note III, its forthcoming phablet which is expected to launch in a few months, a new report indicates. Also, contrary to some rumours the display is not likely to be a flexible AMOLED panel.
According to a report by OLED-Display.net, a new document by Korea Investment & Securities cites company data to inform that Samsung is working on a new flagship phone that features a 6.0-inch display for a phone that is expected to release in the second quarter of 2013, most likely by end of July. A new line at the company's display production unit is involved with the production of the said display. The report is somewhat in inline with earlier rumours and a leaked picture of the phone that hinted at a 5.99-inch full-HD Super AMOLED display with diamond pixel structure.
The report also adds that while Samsung's Display unit plans to produce flexible AMOLED panels, the line's capacity is not enough to make displays for a flagship device like the Galaxy Note III.
Previously, it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note III will be the first device to deploy a plastic OLED display. The report had claimed that this new display will be thinner than the one on Galaxy Note II and come with an RGB stripe. Furthermore, the display is also expected to weigh a lot lesser than the displays of current crop of Galaxy Note phablets.
The Samsung Galaxy Note III is expected to be powered by an Exynos 5 Octa-core processor, Mali 450 GPU with 8 cores and 3 GB of RAM. It's also rumoured to feature a 13-megapixel rear camera.
Link to report
5/02/2013 06:56:00 PM Youness Tech No comments
Facebook reported its first quarter financials this afternoon.
It beat revenue expectations and slightly missed on profits.
Here are the numbers:
**Revenue: $1.46 billion vs $1.44 expected
**EPS: $0.12 vs $0.13 expected
**Mobile monthly active users: 751 Million, a 54% increase year-over-year.
**Ad revenue: $1.25 billion
**Mobile ad revenue was $375 million. That's 30% of total revenues, up from 23% last quarter. That's better than the $320 million JP Morgan analyst Douglas Anmuth was hoping for.
**March DAU: 665 million.
Two things we were looking for in particular were…
Usage stats. 665 million DAUs in March is a slight uptick over 618 million in Q4.
Facebook hosted an earnings call to go over the numbers at 5 p.m. eastern today.
We covered this call live. Here are our notes:
4/28/2013 02:31:00 PM Youness Tech No comments
The iPhone Dev Team, has released the latest Ultrasn0w 1.2.4 version which supports the carrier unlocking of iOS 5 on iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS with old basebands. Updated Ultrasn0w is compatible with the latest version of Apple OS.
- Supported versions of baseband: 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.12.01, 05.13.04, 06.15.00 and 01.59.00.
- Unsupported versions of baseband: 02.10.04, 03.10.01, 04.10.01, 05.14.02, 05.15.04, 05.16.02
Step 1 : Update your iPhone 4 and 3GS on iOS 5 with custom firmware created in Redsn0w 0.9.9b5 , according to the instructions which we published earlier. Currently RedSnOw 0.9.9b5 version is available for Mac, Redsn0w 0.9.9b5 for Windows will appear in the next few days.
Step 2 : Once iPhone 4 or 3GS are updated and jailbroken with compatible versions of firmware, unlock the baseband using UltraSnOw 1.2.4 from Cydia.
Step 3 : Simply open Cydia. Click the tab Manage, then the button Source.
Step 4 : Click Edit, and Add. Enter the address http://repo666.ultrasn0w.com and click add Source.
Cydia will automatically update the specified repository.
Step 5 : Click the Search, find and install Ultrasn0w 1.2.4 utility.
Step 6 : Restart your iPhone 4 or 3GS. Congratulations, you have unlocked iOS 5 for the iPhone!!
Note for iPhone 3GS with baseband 06.15:
There is a special “trick”, which should benefit the owners of iPhone 3GS with baseband 06.15. When you first start the phone after installing iOS 5 you will be asked to include geolocation service. Be sure to select “Disable Service geolocation!” Later you can go into settings iOS 5 and activate them there.
4/28/2013 01:56:00 PM Youness Tech No comments
Apple has become the No. 1 Smartphone seller recently, overtaking Nokia. But it’s product like iPhone and iPod completely lack customization options. You just might get bored with the usual user interface as well as theme preset on it.
With WinterBoard and DreamBoard Tweaks on Cydia, available after jailbreak you can get the maximum customization options for your iPhone 4 and iPod, and with DreamBoard now available for free on Cydia along with a free demo theme makes things much more advanced and you can make your iPhone look like its working on any other OS like HTC Android or Windows 7 and much more.
WinterBoard gives your iPhone, iPod a graphical makeover from changing your device’s background, springboard icons or lockscreen looks, using ringtones packs downloaded from Cydia to changing its complete look. Multiple themes can also be installed at once using the configuration interface: simply by dragging themes into priority order. Most of themes are available for free on Cydia and are easy to download. Here are the guidelines from installing WinterBoard to setting up themes on to your device.
Installing WinterBoard on your Jailbroken device.
Open Cydia, go to Search and type WinterBoard in the search box.
Tap on WinterBoard tweak that appears. After the page loads tap on Install on the top right corner of your screen.
After the second page opens up click on confirm to begin the process of downloading and then the tweak will automatically install.
After the installation is complete, you will have to reboot your device.
When your device switches on, there will be a Winterboard icon on your homescreen.
Open winterboard, select the theme you want to use. you can also set priority order of themes if you are using multiple themes.
Downloading and setting up themes on Winterboard.
You can download all that you require to customize from Cydia.
Follow these simple steps to set up a theme in Winterboard:
From Cydia download and install any theme you want to use.
Open Winterboard and select the theme you want to use. In case you are using multiple themes, you can also set the priority.
Press the Home button or Tap ‘respring’ when you have selected the theme.
After the device resprings, the theme will be active.
tip: As a matter a fact the winterboard is old fashioned now days. The interface is altered and has more beautiful graphics in DreamBoard which changes the overall look of the iOS and does not even require respringing your device. Click here to know more about DreamBoard.
From : iphone5jailbreaktips.com
4/24/2013 11:49:00 AM Youness Tech No comments
If you are a regular user of WordPress, I am sure you will agree that WordPress themes are always useful. In fact, if I say that WordPress themes are a great way of learning, it won’t be a wrong statement. You can learn about designing and coding, both from WordPress themes. Today, in this article, we have carefully selected some of the best HTML5 WordPress themes. These themes will be very helpful for you as a designer or even as a developer. These free HTML5 WordPress themes are not only visually appealing but they are very professional to look at as well. It takes a lot of time to search for nice WordPress themes and compiling a list wasn’t that easy however, we have managed to do it for you guys. Let us take a look at HTML5 themes with a lot of variety. Some themes are vibrant; some are simple, professional and very classic.