Thursday, July 28, 2011

Windows 7 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard Dualboot on HP G62-237US

As I promised, I created a tutorial for installing Mac OS X on your HP G62-237US. You can navigate to it by going to the right side bar or going here.


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Fujitsu Toshiba announces au IS12T, the world's first Mango phone

Well, we can't say we didn't see this one coming. Fujitsu Toshiba mobile communications -- now there's a mouthful -- just unveiled the IS12T: Japan's first Windows Phone 7 device, and according to Microsoft prez Yasuyuki Higuchi, the world's first Mango handset. The sexy and IPX5 waterproof (!) 3.7-inch WVGA slate is powered by Qualcomm's MSM8655 CPU of undisclosed clock speed (which we've seen running at 1GHz in the Incredible 2 and Thunderbolt), and goes on sale in "September or beyond" on KDDI's au network. The pink gizmo packs a 13.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and has a plentiful 32GB of flash storage for housing whatever content you'd fancy toting around. The usual Bluetooth (2.1 + EDR) and WiFi (802.11b/g/n) suspects are also onboard. Interest piqued? Peruse the gallery our Engadget Japanese brethren have handily tossed our way.

Update: In addition to pink, it'll reportedly also come in a yellowish / greenish hue, as well as jet black.

Source: Engadget

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Mac OS X Lion is here!

OS X 10.7 is here! iTunes has been updated for full screen support as well as others. I will soon post a guide for installing Lion on the HP G62 (Sorry about the broken link I had on the OSx86 wiki!)

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Android 3.2 SDK now available!

And just like that, it's official. After hearing about the next incremental step in Honeycomb's journey by way of Huawei's MediaPad, we've seen breadcrumbs about its functional differences. Today, we're being given the full shebang -- Google has just made official v3.2, boosting the API level to 13 and releasing the SDK into the wild in one fell swoop. The new build brings along optimizations for a "wider range of tablets," as well as "compatibility zoom for fixed-sized apps," media sync from SD card (huzzah!) and an extended screen support API. Head on down to the links below for a closer look, and expect to see this rolling out to [insert your favorite Android tablet here] in due time.

Source: Engadget