Archive for June, 2010

Avenged Sevenfold widget offers audio samples and video

June 23rd, 2010

Avenged Sevenfold has announced the new album “Nightmare” will be released on July 27th, 2010. The band has now posted a widget online that includes audio samples from the new album.

Check out the Avenged Sevenfold YouTube channel

Go to the Avenged Sevenfold website to pre-order your copy of ‘Limited Edition Book of Nightmares’

the guts behind the iPhone 4 revealed

June 23rd, 2010

ifixit, boygenius, ubergizmo and others have it.

The iPhone 4 laid out and specs verified:

from BoyGeniusReport:

* RAM is confirmed to be 512MB compared to 256MB in the iPad and iPhone 3GS
* The two screws on the bottom allow removal of the back glass plate, not the front LCD as with previous models
* The battery, while not user accessible, is easily replaceable — and huge!
* The entire from LCD assembly will require replacement if damaged. On earlier models people would buy either the LCD or digitizer separately and adhere them together, but with Apple’s new manufacturing process, this won’t really be possible
* The integration of cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth radios into the case assembly is “genius”. We agree

ifixit really has the best image by image teardown of the iphone 4. add a toolbar to create a chatroom on site

June 22nd, 2010 allows you to copy 3 lines of code and add them to your sites HTML to create a web toolbar that will let your visitors have access to a site specific chatroom.

The toolbar sits at the bottom of your website and looks similar to this. (25 themes available)

When you click on the ‘Join Chat’ button, this small chat room pops up and you start chatting with other people on the site. Pretty simple and straight forward.

There is a FREE account as well as Premium accounts for larger traffic sites with more custom options available.

Check it out.

TweetUp helps you get your tweets noticed

June 21st, 2010

TweetUp, in a nutshell, is basically a way for you to pay to be associated with certain keywords on Twitter.

You bid on a keyword that is associated with the information in your Tweets and then your Tweets appear in the TweetUp widget. (at least thats how I understand it)

TweetUp video explanation:

The widget:

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