As rumored only hours before, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the wraps off a new touchscreen tablet running Windows 7 during his CES keynote Wednesday night. Did they steal some of Apple’s tablet thunder?
Facebook cultists were no doubt overjoyed when the 3.0 version of their iPhone app was updated awhile back, but one major oversight in that otherwise excellent release has finally been rectified with today’s 3.1 update.
The announcement that FLO TV is coming to your iPhone by way of a chunky dock-connected attachment may be yesterday’s news (last November to be exact), but word out of CES 2010 is that the company has teamed with Juice Pack maker Mophie to streamline the whole shebang.
Despite the fact that AT&T has whined almost incessantly about
smartphone users gobbling up bandwidth and despite the fact that CEO
Ralph de la Vega seems to think there just isn't enough 3G capacity,
gosh darnit, and iPhone users might have to be throttled back on their
data plans, the carrier is ready to add more smartphones.
Anyone else see some disconnect between these facts?
The U.S. isn’t the only country racking up record iPhone sales: France Telecom’s Orange brand reports an impressive 77% of their handset sales this holiday season were for Apple’s popular device, and the CEO says they’re happily reinvesting some of that moolah back into their data infrastructure.
CES 2010 is underway, which means that consumer electronics manufacturers are bringing out their best & brightest to put on display. Among them are mobile processor company ARM, the folks behind the engine running Apple’s iPhone, Google’s new Nexus One and others.
Google released their Nexus One Android phone today just in time for David Bowie's birthday. Mr. Bowie if you're reading this, we're still waiting for our invite. Anywho, will the Super Phone make a dent in the iPhone's reign?
We're geared for a rumored Apple event that may yield a rumored device. Did we mention this is all rumors? If this magical event does happen, we'll be there.
Today, Google announced the Nexus One, and Google’s vision for the
handset is about to shake things up a bit in the mobile technology
industry. The question is, what is their battle plan, and will it