Some people with lots of time on their hands are offering to be line stand-ins for the Apple iPhone.
T-Mobile has launched their Hotspot@Home service which promises unlimited calls through wi-fi switching phones.
Opinion - The people who have started lining up for the iPhone already now are in serious need of a reality check, says TG Daily’s Mark Raby.
In addition to the $600 needed to purchase the phone, users will need to sign up for a service plan of at least $60 per month.
Round Rock (TX) – Dell has refreshed some of its consumer notebooks and desktops for the second half of the year: Pink, green and yellow Dell computers are coming your way – even with Linux.
A new study done by the NPD Group, a market research firm, shows that sales of digital music players have been falling.
AT&T is expecting a rush for Apple’s iPhone and has hired 2000 temporary workers to staff their phone stores.
You soon will be hearing familiar Nokia ringtone’s while flying the friendly European skies.
Sellers of iPhone and iPhone-like domain names want big bucks on eBay.
Toshiba is planning on releasing several mainstream laptops with HD DVD and writable HD DVD drives this fall.
Gateway today issued a recall of 14,000 notebook batteries, which can overheat and create a potential fire hazard.
Another market research firm is weighing in on the potential market impact of the iPhone: While stating that the iPhone already is a success, IDC said that the device has shortcomings that may prevent the mass market from adopting it.
If the $599 iPhone isn’t expensive enough for you then Porshe’s new mobile phone should do the trick. Porsche Design Group announced the P’9521 phone in France last week and it will cost you a cool $1600.
Mobile phones aren’t just for talking in Singapore.
Apple today announced that its upcoming multimedia phone will offer longer battery life than originally estimated as well as a glass top surface.
Apple better crank up another iPhone factory because a recent survey says that 19 million mobile phone users want the phone.
Olathe (KS) – Garmin expands its nuvi 200 product line with two widescreen portable navigation devices.
Both the nuvi 200w and nuvi 250w come in a slightly revised casing that follows the general widescreen trend. The 4.3” screen offers a resolution of 480x272 pixels. The two models a similar feature set, including a preloaded database with six million points of interest, a built-in picture viewer, calculator, currency converter, unit converter and a world clock.