A round of applause is in order for Microsoft support folks for apparently recovering the data feared lost in a bizarre and as-yet-unexplained server failure that threatened an unknown number of users with loss of their data stored in The Cloud.
Research in Motion (RIM) is readying an all out attack on the successful Apple iPhone with Storm 2 - likely to be released by Verizon in the US in November.
Ben Kurtz had a problem. His pudgy thumbs made typing on an iPhone a misery. He reckons that the developers of the iPhone actually hate people with broad, round thumbs.
Apple is reportedly developing an in-house radio application for the iPhone and iPod touch. According to 9to5mac, the nascent app will be capable of functioning "in the background" and is likely to offer the "same functionality" as the Nano FM radio.
A source "from within" Barnes and Noble has apparently leaked photos and details of the company's new e-reader. According to Gizmodo, the layout will feature a black and white e-ink screen much like the Kindle's.
You'll have to excuse me while I drift off into a nostalgic reverie. But Polaroid products including 600 Color Instant Film and the One-Step Camera are to be resurrected under a distribution deal with Summit Global Group.
A company has created an app for the iPhone which lets you unlock your car and start it without using a keyfob.
If you ever wanted to carry an entire encyclopedia with you, then this might be your opportunity. Openmoko has begun selling a wallet-sized portable device that includes the English-language content of Wikipedia (about 3.5 million articles).
Vacuum cleaner entrepreneur James Dyson wants us all to spend $299 on a fan that has no blades.
Giorgio Armani and Samsung have unveiled a $1,000 luxury mobile phone.
The legendary fashion designer explained that the high-end device
"combined beauty with function" in a simple and timeless way.
Sony has debuted its ultra-thin Vaio X notebook line. The X series - which is housed in a lightweight carbon-fiber chassis - weighs 1.6 pounds and is just over a half-inch thin.
The CEO of DivX - Kevin Hell - said that there are still big opportunities for his company despite the move to internet streaming.
Apple has selected Foxconn to manufacture its shiny tablet PC. According to DigiTimes, the enigmatic device will be available during the first quarter of 2010, with an expected initial production run of between 300,000-400,000.
The CEO of start up company txtr said his firm would release an e-reader before Christmas aimed at what he said is a burgeoning market ripe for exploitation.
Amazon is lowering the price of the Kindle to $259, down from $299 and launching a new reader compatible with global wireless networks.
While the rest of the world bragged about looking at Windows Mobile 6.5 prototypes today, TG Daily has actually messed around with the real thing. It's the Bluebelt II from ZTE.
Giant Japanese manufacturer Toshiba will release a TV in Japan that uses the Cell multimedia chip.
Proof, were it needed, that some people really shouldn’t be allowed out on their own, reaches us from Cincinnati, where a whackjob threatened to pop a cap in his recalcitrant iPhone’s sorry ass in front of horrified Apple staff.
The furniture will be flying in Cupertino as Apple’s latest ad for the iPhone has somehow found its way onto the web.
iPhone wannabe Palm has released an update for its WebOS smartphone platform.