- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2011
Motorola is backtracking its CEO's earlier statement mentioning "70 percent plus of devices that come back are because they're downloading third party applications".
At E3, Nintendo revealed its latest game console, the Wii U, which comes with a new touch-screen based controller.
Tuesday, 7 Jun 2011
Launch of Apple's iCloud service will enable users of iOS mobile devices to be less reliant on the PC for file transfers or data backups.
Monday, 6 Jun 2011
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) happening early tomorrow, the internets are going wild with rumors of what's likely to surface. Here's a roundup of rumors around the web.
Kno releases app for iPad that allows students everywhere the luxury of reading their textbooks on the iPad. Oh the horror.
After years of rumors and scraps of information, along with the waiting, Apple is finally able to confirm its iCloud service and announce pricing details for its latest service.
Motorola hasn't been very successful in keeping things under wraps, what with the earlier website snafu, and now, a series of video tutorials for its upcoming Motorola Droid 3 leaked on the web.
Friday, 3 Jun 2011
HTC once again shows its strong support towards developers with its new HTCDev program that gives developers access to its HTC Sense UI for Android.
Sony reportedly suffered another hack attack yesterday. This time, a group of hackers claims to have accessed the SonyPictures.com servers and compromised personal data belonging to one million customers, which the group said it then posted in a file on its website.
Thursday, 2 Jun 2011
It seems that Motorola is not resting on its laurels and has plans to unveil new mobile devices, including the Xoom's successor, in the coming months.