Independent developers are finally
able to access the anticipated software developmet
kit for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch platform,
fully opening the device to third-party
The next iPhone update will include support for Microsoft Exchange, allowing the mobile device to have a streamlined platform for push mail, contacts, and calendar applications.
Americans are more likely to ditch their Internet rather than their
cellphones. According to a new survey done by the Pew internet and
American Life Project, 51% of the population would find it very
difficult to give up their cell phones while 45% felt the same about
Google's unique application that allows users to go to previously viewed websites while offline is now coming to mobile phones.
In a report to the House of Commons, British
ministries and departments said they’ve lost more than a thousand
laptops over the last decade. 200 of those were lost in the last year
alone. The biggest offender is the Ministry of Defense which lost
almost 50% of the total or 503 laptops.
Yahoo has announced a new mobile feature called "OnePlace", which will allow users to take advantage of now-standard Internet services on their mobile devices.
Nokia announced today that it will add support for Microsoft's online video technology Silverlight to millions of handsets.
No, Dell’s idea isn’t new: There is already something like a Panasonic Toughbook, but Dell says its new Latitude XFR630 is faster and offers more service.
Research in Motion (RIM) has been granted a patent which indicates that the company may be working on widescreen Blackberrys.
Apple has released the latest iPhone firmware update, fixing a couple problems that existed in the previous version.
Research Triangle Park (NC) – Lenovo today officially unveiled its Macbook Air killer – not quite as extreme as the Apple notebook, but with more configuration options and, depending on your view, for less money.
Apple updated its Macbook and Macbook Pro models with new processors, new graphics chips, more hard disk space and the Macbook Air’s multi-touch trackpad.
Remember Iridium? Yes, that is (virtually) the same company that Motorola struggled to keep alive during the dotcom boom and eventually ended up in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company has been on a steady curve of recovery since then with apparently improving financials and a subscriber base that approaches 250,000 users.