Once again, there have been more leaks regarding the iPhone 4S. This time it’s Vodafone Germany’s turn. We previously reported on Vodafone UK showing the iPhone 5 in their listings, but this most recent leak is the most believable considering that the new iPhone will be unveiled tomorrow.
An eBay user who purchased a Samsung Nexus S smarpthone on the online auction site noticed something a little different about his new phone, it appeared that he had Android Ice Cream Sandwich pre-loaded onto it!
Google are apparently planning to open a new data centre in Dublin, which will create 230 jobs. Google will be investing £65m into the venture and once completed, the data centre will span 11-acres of land.
The Amazon Fire, released last week has been reported to have been pre-ordered 95,000 times. Now it’s not as high as the iPad’s 24 hour sales figures, but that’s one hell of a lot of orders for the companies first “proper” tablet.
Word has it that Google Chrome is slowly sneaking up on Mozilla Firefox getting ready to pounce and take second place, behind Internet Explorer, as the second most popular web browser.
Being just one day away from Apple’s iPhone event, rumours are bound to be going crazy, but this new find might be one of the first to come directly from one of Apple’s products itself. Yes, that’s right, something’s been spotted in the latest iTunes and it’s highly likely that this is the new iPhone 4S!
IBM’s closing price on September 29th was $214bn (£137.4bn), slightly ahead of Microsoft’s $213.2bn (£136.8bn), moving IBM up into second place in the tech giants ranking.
Samsung’s battle of patents just got a little more serious with Microsoft also joining in on the squabble. In return for a cut of Samsung’s profits, Microsoft have agreed to share its patents, providing additional ammunition for Samsung.
Now, it’s no suprise really that Apple seem to be making one hell of a big deal out of the iPhone event happening on 4th October, who wouldn’t?! So whilst the event is happening live at the Apple campus in Cupertino, it will be streamed live to the Covent Garden Apple Store in London as well.
Thanks to Samsung and Google holding the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event on 11th October, where attendees will get to, “…look at what’s new with Android”, the Google Nexus Prime is edging closer to becoming a reality.