Not only is Samsung promoting and marketing a case for its Galaxy Tab tablet that is a knock-off of Apple’s iPad 2 Smart Cover, but Samsung did not make sure that it scored points for the creativity that they desperately need. The designers did not even attempt to try to
Another choice from XGear for a case that also allows you to use Apple’s popular Smart Cover whilst the iPad 2 is encased in it is the XCase. XCase looks to be one of the more solid choices for such a case. Read on to find out how it compares.
Apple’s Smart Cover is a conveniently functional, well, cover that only protects the iPad 2′s display. With XGear’s Smart Cover, the company looks to present customers with an option for a case that protects the iPad 2′s back designed to be used in conjunction with the Smart Cover to make
After an unlucky launch day for me and literally every store in New Jersey being sold out of their iPad 2 stock by the next day’s afternoon, I vigorously checked eBay for a 32GB iPad 2. A brand new 32GB iPad with a Smart Cover was sold as a $700
Now that Apple has lifted restrictions on 3G VoIP calls, Fringland has just released a 3G-enabled version of Fring for iPhone [App Store, Free]. The new application works just as it did before, only now you can perform voice and video calls over cellular data networks in addition to Wi-Fi. And yes, Skype calls go through using Fring over 3G as well.
Fing isn't the only one jumping onto the 3G VoIP bandwagon. iCall has also announced that iCall Free VoIP [App Store, Free] now works over 3G as well. For those who don't know, iCall allows you to transfer any incoming call to VoIP for free for pay, allowing you to save your minutes. Check out their website for more info.
Fringland yesterday released an updated version of their VoIP application, Fring [App Store, Free], which now includes support for video calls. The new addition requires you to be connected via WiFi and only works one-way, due to the iPhone's back-facing camera. The company will supposedly support two-way video calls once the iPhone supports a front-facing camera, as they do on several Nokia phones. Oddly enough, the update does not show that audio calls can be made over 3G, in spite of the fact that Apple and AT&T have lifted the limitation of WiFi only for VoIP calls.
Fringland has also released a video to promote the new feature:
Fringland Ltd's highly anticipated application "Fring" has been released on the app store, giving users yet another VoIP solution for use on an iPhone. The application was available earlier this year for those who chose to jailbreak their iPhone and has since seen quite a few improvements in stability and ease of use. The application currently supports calling and instant-messaging from a wide variety of services including Skype, SIP, AIM, MSN Messenger, and Twitter. VoIP calls are only supported while connected via WiFi.
The people of Fring recently contacted the people hosting the Installer.app version of their app at iSpazio for the iPhone to say that they are officially working on a version for the iPhone 2.0 software to be released in the App Store. According to them, they haven't set a launch date yet, but it is expected to be launched once the new Push Notification API for the 2.1 firmware is out.
Fring, a mobile internet community and service for talking and chatting with other friends on the Fring network, has announced that they are launching a mobile VoIP app for the iPhone. A pre-release version of the application, which was developed in conjunction with the Holon Institute of Technology academic research labs in Israel, is now available. Demo video after the break.