BBC Click gets a look at the new Ubuntu OS Smartphone due for release October 2013. A smartphone that has no buttons just simple Swipe & Tap. Could this be a strong contender to rival Windows Phone 8, or will the competition along with Android and iOS be too strong for this!
Shane Warne makes a one handed catch as Roger Federer hits the ball towards the boundary. It wasn’t until about an hour later when the fingers were raised and Roger Federer was out of the Australian Open 2013 at the semi final stage against Andy Murray.
The Samsung Galaxy Beam has a built in projector but why is the camera only 5mp and why does it say on the Samsung website it’s got Gingerbread as the system why isn’t it being released with Ice Cream Sandwich on it or even Jelly Bean. OK on the good side of it: It looks good (like all Samsung phones do). The projector beams your multimedia up to 50″ wide. Great size screen I have one free wall that I can use it on (Oh and of course the ceiling). Considering the average price of a good projector is around £200 and you can’t put that in your pocket with your DVD player and DVD Discs this looks a pretty good phone to have. How many times have you sat round a mobile screen looking at pictures – NOT WITH THIS PHONE! With this phone you can beam the images to a wall or ceiling or even watch a movie, how cool is that. I can’t wait to get my hands on one.
Video Live Wallpaper app for Android
If you are a fan of live wallpapers on your “Android Device” and would like to use one of your own short video clips then this app is for you. I have wanted to use my own clips but didn’t know how, then after searching around the internet I found this app called Video Live Wallpaper it lets you use a small video clip that you have recorded as live wallpaper on your device. Using the app is simple. Just download it from HERE and install it. Then all you have to do is go to your live wallpaper menu as usual and open this app then within the app navigate to the clip you want to use and set is as wallpaper, it’s as simple as that. There are a few settings you can alter if you want to play around with the app, but I left it as it was and it works perfect on my Galaxy SII. I’m not fully shore of what video formats this app supports but the video clip I’m using I recorded with my Galaxy SII in Mp4 HD, If you want to know more about this app then use the Alternate link with more info about this app you can also download it from here and rate the app as well.