The Finnish phone maker Nokia, in collaboration with the American mobile operator AT&T, is gearing up for the release of Nokia's flagship phone - Lumia 900 - in the U.S. market. The phone will hit AT&T stores on April 8, two weeks earlier than initially scheduled.
The new iPad is surrounded by several issues and criticism. A controversy is brewing. And out of all the discovered problems, the weak Wi-Fi reception problem is the most annoying. It is even more serious than the battery overheating issue. Apple has sold million of third generation iPad units and hundreds of buyers have reported about weak Wi-Fi reception issue in the new iPad.
An independent investigation into Foxconn factories and working conditions finds that changes need to be made. Apple has said they will be improved.
The rise of Apple and Google in the smartphone market has caused others to fall, notably RIM. The former powerhouse among business users has continued to lose market share, now accounting for five percent of U.S. smartphone sales.
While Facebook is built around finding friends over things you like, a new app has been built on the opposite idea. The EnemyGraph Facebook application encourages users to find things they dislike, or hate, to find people with common interests.
The California based Internet search giant is reportedly working on a cheap android tablet that the company will release with a co-partnership with Asian tablet manufacturer - Asus.
The new iPad's A5X chip is the most powerful yet. Apple claimed that the chip offers four times the performance of the Nvidia Tegra 3. Is that true?
Earlier this week, Sony's next-gen console was rumoured to be codenamed Orbis and, according to reports, it would be released in 2013. Kotaku's source, who provided the details, also said the console will block used games or older titles.
Although Apple former CEO Steve Jobs saw great potential in Siri even as a standalone app, he hesitated in keeping this name when integrating the software into the iPhone as a virtual assistant, said Dag Kittlaus, Siri co-founder and former CEO.
Since last summer, the rumor mills have been on an overdrive on the subject of Apple's next generation iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5. However, the summer passed, the autumn too and all that Apple could offer us was the iPhone 4S. Apple watchers were disappointed. Nonetheless, it hasn't stopped them from speculating on what features iPhone 5 will boast of or when the device will be released. Indeed, what would you really like to see in Phone 5?
Apple's new iPad has been having multiple problems since launch. The latest to surface is problems with battery overcharging which can cause some serious problems if not addressed soon. There seems to be a bug in the new iPad software, which is why it is not alerting the user when the battery is fully charged. It means even after the battery charge indicator shows 100% charged, the battery keeps on charging. The repercussions for users could be dire as a battery could explode, and we're su...
Apple has just launched a new version of its popular tablet - iPad. For most of its features, the new iPad is a big leap over iPad 2. Apple has sold more than 3 million units of the new iPad in first week of its debut. Apple's rival, Samsung, on the other hand, has also released two new tablets at MWC 2012 - Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. The Korean tech giant is proud of its new Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and has released a comparison chart showing the areas where Samsung's gem exce...
Every year, the Y Combinator Demo Day gives startup companies an opportunity to pitch their incubated startups to the Valley's biggest investors. This edition brings more than 60 companies, and at least one of them is sure to make some waves: Flutter.
Apple's new iPad, launched on March 16, has received great early reviews in the United States, but is being battered in the rest of the world. After being criticized for misleading people into believing that the new iPad can run on Australian 4G network, Apple is now facing complaints in several countries, as the new iPad seems to be mostly incompatible with 4G networks outside North America.
Apple is facing increasingly more criticism regarding poor working conditions at its supplier Foxconn's Chinese factories. In an effort to improve working conditions, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Foxconn Technology Group's new manufacturing facility for the iPhone in Zhengzhou, China.
Many new iPad users might not have known the device is capable of being a mobile hotspot. This could be due to the feature only being available on the new iPads for Verizon. With Verizon's 4G LTE, new iPad users can share their connection with up to 5 other devices. However, what caught us off guard was when we found out the device is able to perform its 4G LTE hotspot duties up to 25 hours, i.e., five times more than most of the top standalone hotspot devices on the market today.
The next-generation iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5, is the talk of the town, and Apple hasn't even announced it yet. Rumors and speculations are constantly building up in anticipation of the new device, and everybody expects it to be amazing. Concept designs for the new iPhone are surfacing every day, but one in particular stands out from the crowd: Antonio De Rosa's, of ADR Studio.
The Nokia Lumia 900 - Nokia's first four-inch phone for Windows Phone 7 - launches April 8, for $99, on AT&T. While the iPhone 4 continues to sell well, does Apple finally have a competitor on their hands as AT&T go big?
Apple has been sticking to 3.5-inch screen size for its phones and 9.7-inch screen size for its tablets. But for past few months, we have been hearing rumors about bigger screen iPhone and smaller screen iPad dubbed iPad Mini. Recent reports have warmed up all these rumors.
Earlier this year, the codename for the next-gen Xbox was revealed as Durango, according to a developer summit in London. And now, Sony's next-generation PlayStation console (PlayStation 4 or PS4) has apparently been codenamed Orbis.