When it comes to destruction, no one does it like Tom Dickson with his Blendtec Blender. In yet another episode of Will it Blend, he does a 3 way blend out of the Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and the recently released iPad mini.
If you haven’t seen it yet, watch iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S III Will it Blend episode.
Owners of the original Samsung Galaxy Note are not being left behind as Samsung is purported working on a Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the device as well. The new firmware has been leaked with screenshots of the Note running on Jelly Bean with the nature inspired TouchWiz.
Apparently the new update will also bring a host of Galaxy Note II features such as Multi-View and even Air-View. Obviously we would expect some shortcomings as the original Note’s S-Pen is a notch down compared with the new S-Pen on the Note II. With half the amount of RAM (Note: 1GB, Note II: 2GB), performance might take a hit with the new features running. No roll out dates we’re mentioned but this is certainly good news for Galaxy Note users.
Head after the break for a video of a Galaxy Note running on the Jelly Bean firmware.
If you own multiple platform devices, carrying cables can be a chore as there are different standards for different devices. Apple has recently switched from its standard 30-pin to a more compact lightning connector, while the rest such as BlackBerry, Android and Windows Phone are mostly using the standard micro-USB cable.
For those who are planning to get the latest generation iPhone 5, iPod Touch, 4th gen iPad and iPad mini, Apple has now introduced a lightning to micro-USB adapter which lets you charge on existing micro USB cables. Those who are obsessed with traveling as light as possible might find the adapter appealing as there would just need to carry 1 cable. In terms of price, the adapter cost RM69 which can be ordered from Apple Store online here.
However if you find the adapter as something you’ll lose easily, you can get the proper lightning USB cable at the same RM69 price as well. The micro USB adapter is a cheaper buy than the RM109 Lightning to 30-pin connector.
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