Care to own a robot that looks similar to a giant spider and goes ‘clippety-clop’ with its six legs? Have a look at the hexapod KMR-M6 by Kondo Robot of Japan, which just does that.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 4 for the Android platform. The application comes from Mozilla labs and is available in various languages. It supports tabbed browsing, various customizations and great bookmarking capabilities. Certainly a highly recommended download if you are an Android user. “Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, is excited to release Mozilla Firefox 4 for Android. Firefox delivers an intuitive interface, unparalleled customization and support for modern Web technologies. “
Finally it is here. World’s favorite web browser will show up in all new avatar, starting tomorrow. Firefox 4 will feature a whole bunch of new improvements, starting with its sleek-looks. But in case you are really impatient, you can grab a copy from Mozilla’s FTP servers, right now.
Love your iPad, but still want to do you office work on Windows? Here’s a good solution from VMware. Called the VMware View, the client lets you use access your Windows PC directly from your iPad. You can run any Windows application on the remote server. VMware View also supports multi-touch and uses the virtual keyboard for text input. Overall, a pretty neat solution for all business users.
One of the world’s most popular mobile phone game, Angry Birds, gets even better. Starting April 6th you can continue “destroying the pigs in the play field” even in your Windows Phone 7 device as well. Angry Birds is already the best selling game of all time for Apple iOS, and with a total of over 50 million downloads for all platforms (Android, Symbian, Maemo, PSP, Windows, Mac OS X), this certainly looks good for Rovio.
Google has a new challenge for you. The company will award $20,000 to anyone who can hack the Chrome web browser. In the previous challenges, Internet Explorer as well as the iPhone was hacked as a part of the contest. It is not sure what exactly the hackers will have to do with Chrome to successful qualify as “hacked” though.
The much-hyped ‘The Daily’ has finally been launched for the iPad. The magazine supposedly brings the combined world of traditional journalism and contemporary technology. It features a magazine-like outlook, professional voiceover for content and even 360-degree photo views.
What you see isn’t a Windows Phone 7 hack on an iPhone. Instead it is just a Windows Phone 7 theme that makes your iPhone look like as if it is running the OS. Called OS7, the theme is currently available in beta and can be downloaded from here. You can install one by following the steps below: