However, the director of the movie has not fully created the movie out of facts. So how would the Social Network movie pan out if it were based on facts? No better director than Mark Zuckerberg right? Well if you said yes, here is a funny take on what the Social Network movie would actually pan out if Mark Zuckerberg himself directed it courtesy Business Insider.
So what do you think? Was this better than the original Social Network movie?
RIM announced their new iPad competitor, the Blackberry PlayBook today. The new BlackberryInternet Tablet packs in a lot of power in a 7″ device. If you haven’t got your fill of the Blackberry Tablet yet, here are some pictures and a sneak peek video of the Blackberry PlayBook.
Hit the gallery below to view more pictures of the Blackberry Playbook.
Windows Phone 7 will be hitting the markets sometime in October, however, several lucky people have been able to get their hands on Windows Phone 7 devices.
Pocket Now who have an Windows Phone 7 based phone in their possession have created a video comparing the home screen between an iPhone and Windows Phone 7. WP7 has a dynamic home screen which contains tiles which update regularly, so you can access and view updates from Facebook and Twitter from your home page.
Pocket Now also compares the play controls which allow you to play audio even while you are using another program. Take a look at the video comparison between an iPhone and Windows Phone 7.
You can also view videos of comparison of browsers between Windows Phone 7, Android 2.2 Froyo and iPhone along with email client comparison of WP7, Android and iPhone below.
So what do you think? Does Windows Phone 7 look good enough to you? Or would you stick around with the iPhone 4 or Android based phone?
The hardware will me more or less the same as the Bold 9700. It will have a 624 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM and a 2.44 inch display with a resolution of 480 x 360 pixels. It will also have a 5 MP camera and will run the new Blackberry OS 6.0. It will sport the standard connectivity options – 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
Nokia will be unleashing the Nokia N8 to the world at their upcoming Nokia World 2010 conference in London. Though there have beenseveralvideos of the Nokia N8 released previously, they have now released an interactive Sneak Peek Video of the Nokia N8.
The new interactive video has three people who will unbox the N8 for you. Nokia N8 unboxing videos are available in 3 colors; Blue, Dark Grey and Green. You can choose which Nokia N8 unboxing video you want to see from within the video.
I have posted the interactive video and also the other unboxing video of the Nokia N8 in the post below and by the way stay tuned for some more exclusive Nokia N8 videos. I will be headed to London too, so you can expect lot of first hand experience on the device at Techie Buzz.
Interactive Unboxing Video for Nokia N8
Unboxing Video for Blue Nokia N8
Unboxing Video of Dark Grey Nokia N8
Unboxing Video of Green Nokia N8
What do you think of the videos? Is Nokia creating enough hype about this device, will this turn out to be another Nokia N97? Stay tuned for the next few days to know more about the device and whether it will live up this hype.
The elusive Internet Explorer 9 seems to have popped its head out, this time through a leaked video which is supposedly an actual IE9 beta installation showing off the features of IE9.
The creator of the video claims that they have access to the Internet Explorer 9 Beta installer and the video in question was made using it. IE9 will officially be unveiled in the next few days and considering the features it has or claims to have, it is highly anticipated.
Playing games is one of the most addicting things I have ever done, however, when we play games we do not really bother to know how those wonderful graphics were created or how the gameplay was done.
If you are curious to know what a programmer does to create a game, here is your chance. A game programmer called Markus Persson has uploaded a time-lapse video of him making a game named Metagun, which can be played here.
Though the game is definitely not a graphical delight, it is definitely worth to watch how much work and effort went into creating the game. Check it out in the embedded video below.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab, the most anticipated Android tablet has been in the news all week. First, detailed specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab were leaked, then it was announced that it will be launched at IFA 2010, Berlin in September. Then a video of the Galaxy Tab surfaced on the internet, and today we also saw a few leaked images of the Galaxy Tab in action, running Android 2.2 Froyo.
Just a few minutes back, Samsung also launched the official teaser website of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It doesn’t reveal much, just that it will be launched on September 2 in IFA. It also confirms that the Galaxy Tab will have a 7 inch touchscreen display and runs Android 2.2. It will also offer video calling, Swype for text input, HD video playback, Flash support, GPS, ebook support and full web browsing.
The Samsung Galaxy S was launched with Android 2.1 and will soon get the official upgrade to Android 2.2. However, the Galaxy S, like all other high end Android phones, came with a custom UI — TouchWiz 3.0. TouchWiz 3.0 is nice and flashy but some users, like me, prefer the raw, untouched, stock user interface of Android. It’s usually much faster than the loaded custom UIs, relatively minimal and free of bloatware. Android 2.1, unlike the previous versions, has a very nice stock interface.
Some XDA devs have managed to get the stock Android 2.1 build up and running on the Galaxy S. There are still some kinks in the build, for instance, the camera doesn’t work, but they should soon be ironed out. The stock Android 2.1 build should be available soon.
Check out the video:
With Android 3.0 Gingerbread, the UI will be improved greatly obviating the need for custom jobs by manufacturers. This will help provide a consistent experience for all Android users and will speed up the upgrade process to newer Android versions.
We had told you about the Nokia C7 nearly a monthand half month ago. The Nokia C7 will be a lower-priced sibling of the Nokia N8. The C7 will be the second handset from Nokia to run on Symbian^3. The handset will feature a 3.5’inch screen with nHD (360×640) resolution. The phone also has a microUSB port, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The back of the phone features an 8MP camera, assisted by dual-LED flash for low-light photography. The Nokia C7 is made using the same material as the Nokia N97/N97 Mini. The phone also has a call end and a call receive key in the front, along with a menu key. The phone, in all probability, will be powered by an ARM processor, running at 680 MHz. The device should also pack in 256MB of RAM. The device will be powered by a mere 1200mAh battery. Hopefully, the battery life of the device won’t be disappointing.
Here is the walk through of the Nokia C7 :
The C7 will be announced by Nokia at the upcoming Nokia World in September.