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A new tweet from tipster Evan Blass reveals renders of both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ in three different colors. The trio of hues include Black Sky, Orchid Grey and Arctic Silver. The official color options should be announced on March 29th when Samsung unveils its new flagship phones, making them public for the first time. The eagerly awaited Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are expected to be launched on April 28th.
UPDATE: Blass also has disseminated a second tweet that leaks the pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ in Euros. According to Blass, the Galaxy …
Corbin Davenport, a 16-year old developer, has installed Windows XP, Windows 95, DOOM, GTA III and other software on his smartwatch. Read the complete story here and watch the videos.
Windows 95 was the first operating system for many people and it changed the people’s perception of personal computing. Back then, the OS ran of chunky desktop PCs and people were loving the newly introduced Start Menu. Same kind of love was received by Windows XP and it still powers millions of PCs.
Well, the Start Menu is once again back with Windows 10 and people are loving this addition. Yesterday, I was killing some time on YouTube and I came across this amazing hack, that allowed a programmer to install Windows 95 and other famous software and games on his smartwatch.
Corbin Davenport, a 16-year old web developer from Georgia has somehow managed to run Windows 95, Windows XP and other software on his Samsung Gear Live smartwatch.
In the video below, the Windows 95 OS boots and takes same time to boot and the hacker is able to navigate around the OS using his fingers. Davenport accomplished this by using aDosBox, a DOS emulator that you can find in Google Play Store.
Youtube Video to Install Windows 95 on Android Wear Here
This is not the only software Davenport installed on his smartwatch. Below is a video of his Samsung Gear Live smartwatch running GTA III.You can watch more videos on his YouTube channel to see Windows XP, Temple Run 2, Macintosh II and more software on his smartphone.
Youtube Video to Install Grand Theft Auto III on Android Wear Here