- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 28 Apr 2010
Research in Motion's official YouTube channel has released a video showcase of its new BlackBerry OS 6, and from the looks of it, the new OS is putting a lot more emphasis on multimedia delivery.
Competition has heated up as Android has pushed past iPhone OS in the US.
Google's Andy Rubin revealed some info about the company's upcoming Froyo update to its Android OS, one of which is the inclusion of Flash support on Android 2.2.
Tuesday, 27 Apr 2010
Two new BlackBerry entries have just been unveiled - the BlackBerry Bold 9650 and Pearl 3G, the latter available with either a traditional SurePress 20-key or numeric 14-key version.
Intel has unveiled an updated and revamped version of its education-oriented Classmate PC.
Monday, 26 Apr 2010
Authorities in San Mateo County in California are considering whether to file criminal charges against the person who sold the prototype iPhone to Gizmodo.com, and possibly against Gizmodo as well.
Facebook released their new 'open graph' feature last week, automatically turning it on for its millions of users. If you don't want your personal preferences broadcast all over the internet, here's how to turn it off.
Barnes & Noble's nook, which is based on Android, gets a new update that improves the speed of turning pages and games.
It has been a quiet period for Nokia, but if you're itching for some news regarding its 12-megapixel camera phone with the revamped Symbian^3 OS, check out a sneak peek at Mobile Review.
Friday, 23 Apr 2010
Apple and Adobe are at it again. This time, Apple strikes back saying that it is in fact Flash that is closed and proprietary.