Despite reports of Steve Jobs health not being it’s best, some reports are saying that he’ll be in attendance at the iPhone event today. New CEO Tim Cook is set to unveil the brand new device/s, but Steve may appear on stage a few times during the event.
The Amazon Kindle Fire, announced earlier this week, costs only $199. This is brilliant news for consumers, however, Amazon appear to be making a loss on each sale.
The ongoing legal battle between Apple and Samsung just seems to keep carrying on and on. I can’t even remember when this all started it’s been so long! However, news is just in that Apple have rejected a settlement offer from Samsung.
Prices for the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 on a two-year contract in the United States have been leaked by website MacNewsDaily.
The Toshiba Regza 55X3 not only features a resolution 4x greater than Full HD, but it also chucks in 3D without the need for glasses and a ginormous 55 inch display size.
The UKs largest Internet Service Provider, BT, went down for a few hours today, causing havoc with businesses, people’s home broadband and various wireless hotspots, all thanks to a power failure at a major exchange in Birmingham.
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.