Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012
Research in Motion gets into more legal trouble as Nokia files another three patent lawsuits against the BlackBerry maker in Germany.
The iPhone 4/4S case comes in seven different colors and can be mix-and-matched with the six color options of the slide-in USB drive which is available in storage capacities of 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB.
Amazon is now said to be developing a smartphone that "would vie with Apple's iPhone and handheld devices that run Google’s Android operating system", Bloomberg reports.
SanDisk Launches Fastest Memory Cards for Mobile Devices & Speedy and Slim High Capacity USB Flash Drives
SanDisk has announced its fastest mobile memory card, the Sandisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I card, as well as an entire suite of USB flash drives which includes SanDisk's fastest, thinnest and highest-capacity USB products.
Android 4.1 will be available as an over-the-air update in the coming days for users of HSPA+ Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Nexus S and Motorola Xoom users will be getting the updates later this month.
Running on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform, the both smartphones sport a 4.5-inch HD ColorBoost display, measure just 8.4mm thin, and made Kevlar strong and enveloped in a high-tech, invisible nano-coating which acts as a splash guard not only on the outer shell but also on the electrical circuits boards inside.
If these photos are to be believed, Apple will be introducing the first major update to the designs of the iPad and iPhone. Hit the link to find out what's different in the mythical Apple iPad Mini and iPhone 5.
The iPhone app for Google+ received an update back in May, and the folks over at Mountain View have been busy working on a Google+ app that's specifically tailored for the iPad.
Ouya, a US-based startup, plans to take its Android-based gaming console to Kickstarter for funding. It plans to rejuvenate the TV gaming console scene by pricing its system cheap, which will cost less than $100, and offer interested developers a truly open-source platform to showcase their wares!
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is helping to build a clock that will run for 10 millennia deep in the Sierra Diablo mountain range, in hopes that it will promote long term thinking.