We first reported rumors of a Dell Streak back in
January, but details were very limited. Now 9to5mac reports that Dell
has pulled back the curtain--at least a little--to give us a better look
at what's coming.
The web is buzzing today with reports that multitasking will be coming
to the iPhone OS at least by version 4.0, and just maybe in 3.2. In
Another iPhone Blog shows a screen shot with an allusion to
Surprisingly, at least one Microsoft executive thinks Apple’s patent lawsuit against HTC might help sort out some intellectual property ownership issues -- despite the fact that the suit also names Windows Mobile devices.
No one quite knew what to expect in late January, prior to Apple CEO Steve Jobs taking the stage to unveil the iPad. But no one was as nervous as the developers who had already invested so much time into the iPhone OS platform.
We all know Apple is quite proud of the iPad and what all it has to offer. It also appears that they are quite proud of the battery in the product and if it fails, they'll gladly hook you up with a new battery - in a new iPad. For a fee of course...
If the analysts are to be believed, Apple had a gold rush of preorders Friday, when the iPad first became available. But over the weekend, somebody may have turned that cash faucet almost all the way off.
Don't let the name fool you. Game Week is serious business. Sure, we get to play tons of cool games for hours on end, letting deadlines slip past, drying out our eyes, staying up late, killing the batteries on our iPhones. But still. Serious, serious business.
Besides, who ever said serious business couldn't be fun at the same time? Some jerk, that's who. So have a little bit of serious fun with the Mac|Life team – we might just let you go first on Mario Kart.