The upcoming iOS 5 might not be compatible with the iPhone 3GS, Mac Rumours reports citing Eldar Murtazin, editor-in-chief for Mobile-Review. The next iOS could therefore be limited to iPhone 4 and future models. “Just one comment. Apple iPhone 3GS won’t be upgradable to iOS 5.x. iPhone 4 will”, Murtazin stated in a tweet via MacStories. The information has not yet been verified and Murtazin’s sources are unknown. However, his statements have been accurate enough before and this rumour could well hold some truth.
Supercomputer maker Cray Inc. has launched their latest product, the Cray XK6, a modern supercomputer with enhanced functionalities. The XK6 features the 16-core x86 Opteron 6200 Series server processors from AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) as well as the Tesla 20-Series graphics processors from Nvidia, the company revealed. It will be powered by Cray’s Linux-based Operating System.
Current Windows Phone 7 like the HTC 7 Trophy or the LG Optimus 7 may benefit from the new Windows Phone Mango update when it is rolled out later this year. Presented officially yesterday, the next iteration of Windows Phone promises to offer more than 500 improvements although it was clear to those attending the presentation that Microsoft was focusing on a handful in order not to dilute the message.
New reports reveal that after almost a decade and a half of resting on the developers’ table, the Duke Nukem is not only all set to hit the global market, it has reportedly gone Gold too. Much to the delight of the long awaiting fans, Gearbox Software and 2K Games have finally announced that the developing phase of Duke Nukem is finally over, and is now all ready to be shipped.
Virtualisation start-up Bluestacks will soon offer software that allows users to run Android apps on their Windows PCs. The company is expected to announce partnerships with OEMs to offer the software pre-loaded on their Windows systems. BlueStacks is also teaming up with Citrix to deliver the software to enterprise customers.