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PS4 games will soon be available on iPhone and Android smartphones

I’m old enough to remember the first Sony Playstation, and truthfully, I freak out a bit when people tell me their first console was the PS2 or PS3. 

Those people actually consider the PS1 “retro”, which means I’m just old. But those people also missed out on some truly incredible Sony games (for that day and age, anyway). 

Those games included the PS1 versions Gran Turismo 2, Tekken 3, Metal Gear Solid, and more.

Of course those gamers who can list the PS2 and PS3 and their first console are quickly aging too. After all, it’s entirely likely that most people in today’s generation will have their first video game experience on a smartphone. Perhaps that’s why it’s so cool to hear the news that Sony has created a gaming division specifically designed to bring its Playstation titles to iOS and Android. 

Generation Smartphone will soon be able to experience the “retro” games many of us reading this grew up with. Here’s everything you need to know.

The next iPhone could have a bigger display and more battery

While the iPhone 8 isn’t going to be announced until September, this week has been packed with rumors on the upcoming device. And it looks like the display is going to be the main star of the show.
Rumor has it that Apple is going to announce three new devices — two new versions of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, and a new high-end device that could cost more than $1,000. And it looks like the rumors around the display are for this mysterious “iPhone Pro” model.


iOS cracking tools reportedly used by FBI released to public

Last year, the FBI ordered Apple to help crack the iPhone 5c owned by Syed Farook, one of the shooters in the 2015 attacks in San Bernardino. Apple refused, and the FBI reportedly worked with Cellebrite, an Israeli firm that specializes in mobile security. According to a statement from Celelbrite last month, a hacker breached one of its legacy servers. Now the hacker has released some of that data as a warning to the FBI. The data released includes code that seems to relate to Cellebrite's Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED), and can allegedly crack older iPhones like the 5c as well as Android and Blackberry devices. Speaking anonymously to Motherboardthe hacker explained that simply creating these tools makes their release inevitable, where they can be used by anyone with technical knowledge, including oppressive regimes around the world. "It's important to demonstrate that when you create these tools, they will make it out. History should make that clear,"…

10 tips for smartphone users to extend the smartphone life

these 10 tips are really helpful for regular Smartphones, for the long life of your expensive or less expensive variant smartphones, the main focus in this to maintain the smartphone performance from the beginning.

smartphone in your hand seems to be a sensitive or you can say that it is a very sensitive material or something in the hand can damage in a second, but really the question arises, they truly want to ignore the following points? Probably the answer in no your smartphone seems equally little baby and some things that you must observe, bottom right away so that you last your baby for a long time.

What you do with your smartphone are listed below and what they really not to do with your smartphone is also extremely important.
1. You rarely turn your smartphone

the most important things you should do with your smartphone is to turn it off" every weekend, i.e. at least once per week if you turn off your smartphone otherwise the battery of your smartphone you need more charge…

Apple’s iOS code indicates Li-Fi wireless data may work on future iPhones

Li-Fiis a concept you may not be familiar with, but there are indications Apple is toying with it for inclusion on future iPhones.Using pulses of light to transmit information, Li-Fi receivers (like a future iPhone, if Apple has its way) will take in that transmission, then translate it into an electric signal. Because it uses light to send data, Li-Fi may be found in the connected home via accessories like lightbulbs.
Li-Fi testing is already imminent. May appear in the next iPhone 7 according to iOS code in iOS 9.1 firmware. pic.twitter.com/MPK65QwLvp — Chase Fromm (@kyoufujibaya) December 31, 2015

Apple’s work with Li-Fi compatibility has been spotted in code for iOS 9.1, which simply notes Li-Fi capabilities. There’s no indication elsewhere that Apple is working with Li-Fi. But, there’s indication Apple has had Li-Fi in mind for a while. AppleInsider points to a 2013 patent application for a device that sounds an awful lot like a Li-Fi transmitter. While I’m not expecting Apple to in…

Apple has thought that two rear cameras on the iPhone

one of the biggest strengths of the iPhone has long been his camera, and a new patent application from Apple shows how it could be improved still further in the future. The application first discovered by patently Apple, is obviously for a dual system of the camera on the back of your smartphone. Apple is in the foreground, at least in this patent is the photographer a way to enlarge without losing image quality.

The idea is that a camera had a wide-angle lens, the other had a much deeper focal length. Then you could switch between the two without resolution how to use digital zoom.
Both cameras could be shooting at once.
Of course there are many other ways that Apple could decide to a Dual camera system. A 3D camera is among them, but it seems unlikely, unless Apple also a 3D screen to display them. Also as a zoom system, there are more than just switching from one to the other to take photos. The patent application proposes a could be used to generate still images, while the other …

5 apps to help you get through that new year's day hangover

ah, day of the new year in Australia. A time to huddle, miserably hungover, before three industrial medium fans on a breathtaking hot summer day.

Some of you may have only one or two perfectly reasonable glasses of champagne in the night before, and fresh and full of vigor on Jan 1.

For the rest of you miserable sods, leave these applications help you.
1. Deliveroo
face it: you are not out of the nest of sheets and regret that you have created for themselves. Maintenance will have to come to you.

The UK-based startup, started in Australia in November, partner with local restaurants to bring something gourmet directly in front of your door. Sydney Sierre: you work with Mary's citizens. Is there a better way to bring in the new year as by throwing all of your diet plans from the window? Of course not.

The iOS app is free in the App Store.



2. Stan
if the rising temperatures simply not let sleeping past noon, no fear - you do not need to leave your bedroom.

Fire up the stan-app on you…

5 secrets for recording iPhone Video

Check these before your family holiday get-together many professional photographers say the best camera is the one you are carrying. If this is true, then millions of iPhone users are packaging some excellent videography gear everywhere.

But wear around your iPhone and actually capture great images with it are two different things entirely. Want to be the next J.J. Abrams? Cut some scenes with these five iPhone movie-making tips.

1. Invest in gear to enhance your images while the iPhone the convenient location makes it ideal for the acquisition only about every moment by some hardware to your handset will mean that more polished recordings. The $59 iKlip handle helps to stabilize a shot by video filmer give something to keep. It can also be used as a tripod so that you even in the shot.

But the iKlip's small legs are no match for the extendable stems in Apple's $299 Videography Kit for iPhone 6. Consisting of a Manfrotto Compact tripod action, a tripod MeFOTO mounting adapter…

How to Fix smartphone internal speaker problems: 5 Simple Hacks

smartphones increases in those days and at the same time problems with the device are still the same. Users always complain about your smartphone topics such as overheating, network errors, download questions, problems with camera, crash the app, and much more.

However, it is one of the most common questions into the smartphone is that there is no sound in the phone speaker. Well, this could be the problem with the volume or the speaker is not working.

Today we came with a list of common problems for all smartphones including Samsung, Nokia, LG, Apple, MICR Omax, Xiaomi etc can give Problem No sound from the speaker. Take a look at below to learn more.

Smartphone speaker problem and solution
volume Setting

there could be a problem with the volume. First, verify that the mobile phone is silent or vibration mode and change the mode, if necessary.

Face call

initiate a call to your friend or your network operator's customer service, like free outgoing and verify the volume level. Incre…

Apple's swift programming language is now open source and has its own website

Apple had until the end of the year in order to make good swift open source, and now it has. The language, together with his compilers, libraries and debugger are all open source.

Swift was released under the Apache 2.0 license, which means that the developers can use as you like - even in commercial products. It supports iOS, OS X and Linux.

Getting started with the swift as an Open Source project, Apple also has its own website: swift.org. It developers will find everything you need to get started with swift for own projects, such as the technical documentation and links to the source code, what Apple is hosting on GitHub.



Swift.org also holds information about what Apple is currently planning to do with swift 3, including API guidelines and where Issue Tracking will take place. Questions and comments are best about swift.org, while contributions to the language should be on GitHub. Apple is the treatment of Swift's site as a "home of the product."

GitHub head of Open …

Best accessories for big smartphone users

If you think Bluetooth headset when someone says "smartphone accessory," you probably aren't aware of the latest add-ons available for your favorite mobile device.
Whether you're into music or gaming, photography or fitness, there are thousands of ways to enhance the functionality (and fun) of your smartphone.
Accessories so make for an ideal holiday gift, and you might be able to score a great deal over Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
The following are a half-dozen recommendations.

VIRTUAL REALITYturn your phone into a virtual reality headset with Samsung Gear VR ($99.99). As long as you have one of the supporting phones - Search as a Samsung Galaxy S6, S6, S6 edge edge , or Note5 - snap the device into the eyewear, launch the app and access 360-degree games, videos and other experiences mapped to your head movement (and with 3D spatialized audio, too). Leveraging 2nd appearance 10 minutes later Rift's technology, gear VR works well, and without the hefty price tag a…

The 10 best smartphone you can buy now

pick the best smartphone in the world is always a) incredibly hard and b) super fun. Fortunately. Since this is an iOS-centric site, you expect a Apple iPhone with the number 1 and they were right. But this is not sycophantic - in my other life as a producer and presenter of the phones show I do regularly top 5 features - and an iPhone is always in the top, because it is a top specced telephone, can be recommended as a response to the question "What should I buy a phone" without real precautions or possible recriminations. There are multiple iPhones here, plus more Android units, of course. And I would like to still stuck in one of the new flagship Lumias, with the exception that you still have a week away. Maybe next time.

Oh yes, and its rules of procedure. It would be a bit crazy to allow multiple iPhones in the exact same form factor in the top 10. So I do not allowed me to have both the "6s" and "6", for example. Ditto for the '6s Plus". It …