It appears that Nokia have now completed their Maps web app, which will work on both iOS and Android smartphones. The new web app will bring features such as voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation to devices. Not bad at all for a free web application.
New reports have suggested that whilst Samsung dismissed claims that the Galaxy S3 would launch in April, a fairly close release date is still on the table for Samsung, with the device reportedly entering production fairly soon.
Whilst there were rumours that Apple’s new iPad Retina Displays were going to be created by Sharp or LG, it has now been reported by Bloomberg that Samsung are the sole display-maker for the new Apple iPad.
A very odd, yet intriguing, initiative to turn homeless people into 4G WiFi hotspots has come under scrutiny, but the marketing firm behind it has defended the project saying that they’re not selling anything and it does appear that it would benifit the homeless people who are a part of it.
The, previously known, Sony Xperia Pepper has now been unveiled as the Sony Xperia Sola. The new device features a 3.7-inch Reality Display as well as a 1GHz dual-core processor.
Twitter have recently acquired fellow microblogging site Posterous, who are a rival of popular website Tumblr, however Twitter have said that the website will continue to run uninterrupted.
With the very reasonably priced Apple TV currently in its third generation, thanks to a recent update, it appears that Intel are going to try and steal the limelight and bring out their own version of the Apple TV.
O2 appear to have teamed up with Mitchells & Butler, who are a restaurant firm in the UK, to provide each of their 1600 restaurants with free WiFi.
According to recent reports, Yahoo have sued Facebook over patent infringement claiming that Facebook found success by using Yahoo’s ‘patented social networking technology’.
It’s certainly taken a while, but Samsung have just started the roll out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its Samsung Galaxy SII Customers. The update is yet to hit the UK, however it is expected very soon.