Monday, 17 Oct 2011
iFixit and Chipworks have taken the iPhone 4S apart, revealing a camera made by Sony and confirming a 512MB RAM within Apple's new iPhone.
In a blog post titled "A fall sweep", Google has decided to shut down and clean up some of its services which have not lived up to expectations. The major casualty of the culling is Google Buzz.
Intel's CEO Paul Otellini lets the world know just how committed they are towards PCs, and thinks that Ultrabooks will jumpstart the PC's evolution which he feels has been retarded for the past few years.
Remember that earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it would acquire Skype for US$8.5 billion? That deal has officially closed, and the voice call and chat service giant is now a new business unit in Microsoft.
A survey done by Retrevo revealed that only 12% of Android users are planning to get the iPhone 4S as their next phone purchase.
Amazon Kindle 3 owners won't be neglected just yet as Amazon pushes out a software update.
ASUS releases the VG278H, a 27-inch LED 120Hz 3D display with upgraded NVIDIA 3D Vision technology.
Friday, 14 Oct 2011
Available in 3 colors, consumers can buy the N9 from Nokia retail stores from 15 Oct 2011. It will be priced at $799 for 16GB and $899 for 64GB.
SingTel, Starhub and M1 have released price plans for the iPhone 4 8GB model.
RIM founder Mike Lazaridis made a video appearance, acknowledging and apologizing for one of the largest outage the company has experienced over the years.