Friday, 28 September 2012

Alchemy Classic Premium (Featured Game)

Genre: Puzzle

Cost: Free


Throughout history, humans have always been eager to explore the world they inhabit. Human efforts resulted in significant progress, from the simplest of tools to high-tech industrial plants and flying machines. If you think about it, however, some time ago there was nothing but the basic elements of nature: fire, water, earth, and air. These very things form the basis of all diversity. It sounds incredible, doesn't it? Can you throw a bunch of dirt into air and get a hot air balloon? Of course not. And yet, these elements of nature are at the heart of nearly all objects, from an hourglass to a complex engineering facility. As a player, we offer you a different kind of game, a puzzle in that allows you to explore and build your own surroundings. You will uncover many secrets that concern the true nature of all things. Alchemy Classic gives players a unique chance to become a real explorer and creator!



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Monday, 18 June 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III can connect to anything, demonstrates it on video

Samsung’s flagship the Galaxy S III is among the most capable Android mobile devices on the market today and its powers aren’t confined to just raw computing power and a great display.

Friday, 8 June 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III gets a quad-core version with 2GB of RAM, only for Korea

The Samsung Galaxy S III is launching in a couple of varieties across the globe - internationally, the SGS III with model number GT-I9300 has a quad-core Samsung Exynos chip and 1GB of RAM, and that’s a pretty potent combo already. Stateside, though, the Galaxy S III strips the Samsung Exynos clothing for a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip with a dual-core Krait processor with built-in LTE, but doubles the RAM to 2GB.

Now, here’s a combination that brings the best of both worlds - a Samsung Galaxy S III with both a quad-processor AND 2GB of RAM. Bad news? It’s expected to land only on Korea’s SK Telecom in July.

Still, here are the technical details that make this silicon beast of a phone so unique:

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III torn down on video

The Samsung Galaxy S III is probably the most sought after Android device to have come out ever, but with such a huge demand comes the higher chance of one in millions buying the phone accidentally dropping it and cracking the screen. We’d feel a chill if we did - the device costs around $750 off contract after all.

But if you crack the screen, or just want to peek inside the Galaxy S III to see what makes it tick, now there’s a video walkthrough of how you can disassemble the gadget. We've already seen the step by step instructions to opening the S III, but while those were only pictures, now you have a full video so you can pause, rewind back and forward, and generally feel safer prying your device open. Interestingly, the first teardown showed that the new Samsung flagship features the very same camera as the one on the iPhone 4S.

Samsung Galaxy S III gets 30Mbps 1080p video thanks to a software tweak

If you have a rooted Samsung Galaxy S III, here is a neat trick that you might want to check out, especially if you are into shooting videos. Custom ROM maker hyperX has developed a software modification that allows superfine 1080p video to be captured at 30Mbps, thus theoretically increasing its quality even further.
Samsung Galaxy S III gets 30Mbps 1080p video thanks to a software tweak
Those who find that a bit of an overkill can select the 24Mbit fine mode, or the normal 1080p mode at 19Mbps. In addition, the 720p video modes have been tweaked, so superfine footage is captured at 19Mbps, while the fine and normal settings adjust the bit-stream to 15 and 10Mbps respectively. No matter what mode you pick, audio is recorded at 192kbps. If that is not enough, the developer is working on enabling 60fps video with his mod, although his efforts have been unsuccessful so far.

The modification adds a few minor tweaks as well, such as the ability to launch the camera during calls, and to take photos while shooting video by pressing the either of the volume keys. Interested? Then follow the source link below to learn how you can add these goodies to your Samsung Galaxy S III. Be aware, however, that the procedure is not for novice smartphone users and it might void your warranty, so proceed only if you know exactly what you are doing.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon is reportedly going to eventually get global roaming support

Nearly everyone is anticipating the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S III here in the US, but Verizon customers might want to know something of interest that surrounds the version that the carrier will be blessed with.
Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon is reportedly going to eventually get global roaming support
As we know, Big Red’s version of the Galaxy S III will be surfing on its extensive CDMA network domestically – with 4G LTE in tow to satisfy those demanding web surfers out there. However, it’s now being confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless will eventually gain global roaming support, though, it’ll be absent during its initial launch with the carrier.

Pebble Blue Samsung Galaxy S III in stock overseas

Pebble Blue Samsung Galaxy S III in stock overseasIt is now part of the lore of the Samsung Galaxy S III that the Korean based manufacturer destroyed 600,000 pebble blue back covers because they did not meet Samsung's high standards. Some of the covers displayed white blotches that could be seen when viewed at a specific angle. This, of course, led to some shortages and delays overseas where the phone has already been launched.