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Well, the weekend rumor mill was busy. Now, folks are saying the next generation mobile devices Apple puts out will have a dual-core graphics chip, making them just as high-definition as some HDTVs.
Last night’s practice round between two top Jeopardy champs and IBM’s latest super computer/robot – named Watson - went to the machines.
2010 was a banner year for Apple. The release of the iPad and the iPhone 4 revolutionized the mobile world. And, sales of Mac computers hit an all time high in the U.S. market.
It’s finally here. Verizon Wireless announced yesterday that they will carry the iPhone 4 as of February 10. It will cost consumers $199 for the 16 GB version and $299 for the 32 GB version. It will be available from the Apple store as well as at Verizon Wireless locations.
Today is Verizon’s big press conference that everyone is anticipating will announce the iPhone’s debut on the network. In the mean time, Verizon has been trading punches with AT&T regarding network speed and who is best suited to run the must have device.
After the Xoom’s success at the Consumer Electronics Show, Motorola is planning to ship around 800,000 of the tablets between February and March of this year. The tablet will come in a few different color schemes and will ship up to 1 million if the demand is there.
Apple is facing what could be one of the first virtual store robberies only a day after the Mac App Store opened its doors. The hackers, who call themselves “Hackulous” as a group, have discovered that if you copy and paste the receipt information from a free app to a paid app, you can get an app like the full version of Angry Birds for free.
It’s here ladies and gentlemen! The much awaited Mac App Store opened its doors this morning for download. It brings over 1,000 new applications for Mac users running Snow Leopard version 10.6.6. Of course, to get the App Store, you had to update your OS, so Mac accommodated by rolling out the update early this [...]
After the April release of Apple’s iPad, and the following release of Samsung’s Galaxy, Consumer Electronics Show attendees are anticipating a huge showing of tablets at this year’s event. Some are even speculating over 100 new tablets will be debuted, including one from Blackberry manufacturer RIM and a highly anticipated tablet from Motorola. This is [...]
The Consumer Electronics Show of 2011 is going to start on Thursday, January 6. What new and exciting gadgetry can consumers expect to be announced at this year’s show? Plenty of things.