Archive for April, 2011
Apple has announced that the long-delayed white version of the iPhone 4 is now available to buy from its online store and bricks and mortar retailers in Australia.
A professional US football player who was convicted over dog fighting, Michael Vick, has joined with the Humane Society to condemn a new mobile phone application featuring fighting dogs.
Vodafone will offer customers a day of free text messages to apologise for a fault that strangled services on Sunday. The company said in a statement: ''We apologise for the technical fault that occurred yesterday and resulted in many customers experiencing difficulties in sending and receiving text messages. We know how ...
Apple's next-generation iPhone will have a faster processor and will begin shipping in September, three people with direct knowledge of the company's supply chain said.
Samsung Electronics said it would take counter-action against Apple after the US firm filed suit alleging that the South Korean giant copied its smartphones and tablet computers.
For many Jews and Christians, the next two weeks bring opportunities to share meals and practice traditions whose elements never escape memory. But others will spend evenings scrambling to find recipes and guides to activities so they don't disappoint guests who have exacting standards for meals or religious rituals.
A team of French researchers has brought glasses-free 3D to the iPhone and iPad in an ingenious piece of visual trickery that offers a similar effect to the new Nintendo 3DS handheld games console.
Suppliers to Apple have begun production of white iPhones after a delay of almost 10 months, pointing to a launch date of within a month, two people familiar with the situation said today.
IBM is testing smartphone software designed to predict traffic jams and warn motorists before they even take to the roads. IBM said that its employees in the San Francisco and Silicon Valley areas of Northern California have been testing technology that "will ultimately help drivers around the world" avoid fouled traffic.
Nokia unveiled two new smartphone models running on improved Symbian software, a stop-gap measure aimed at stemming customer defections to rivals like Apple.