Posted on 04 May 2011 by Shane McGlaun
A person that saw their iPhone upgrade date be pushed back several months claims to have called AT&T to ask why. According to the person, AT&T said it was because the iPhone 5 wouldn't hit until this September, which fits in with other rumors we have heard.
Posted on 01 September 2010 by Shane McGlaun
A company called TransferBigFiles has announced a new iPhone app that is being offered for free. The app allows you to send big HD video files to anyone you want that can be retrieved using any browser.
Posted on 03 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Last month a SIM card tray turned up claiming to be for the next version of the iPhone. Today a midboard for the fourth gen iPhone has tipped up. It's hard to say if these are legit products or nothing more than a way to get attention. The company promises pics of the back cover for the fourth gen iPhone ... continued »
Posted on 16 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
If you've got Olympic fever and can't get enough of the athletes, medals and Beijing news, you should consider downloading the Zumobi Olympics widget. It's backed by Lenovo and Intel and makes checking up on all of the events and making sure you have your DVR scheduled for the right times super easy and convenient.
The widget uses content from ... continued »
Posted on 18 May 2008 by ashoperon
Well another week of iPhone news has gone by. This week has been somewhat slow compared to what we usually see. Quit possibly because everyone is counting down the days to WWDC. That's because we are hearing rumors that the 3G iPhone will not be the only thing Apple is going to awe us with at the event.
Posted on 15 May 2008 by ashoperon
It seems Intel would like to shy away from comments made by their German manager yesterday. We saw yesterday a rumor originating from a German language source, that said that Intel had confirmed that a higher resolution iPhone like device would be powered by their new Atom processor. According to Intel however, these were general remarks, about what their new ... continued »
Posted on 14 May 2008 by ashoperon
According to an article published on a German website, the manager of Intel in Germany has confirmed that Apple will be shipping a device that will sport their new Atom processor. We had seen the rumor for a tablet like device, that could supposedly be launched at WWDC. If this leak does turn out to be true, it definitely adds ... continued »
Posted on 15 January 2008 by Ken Allen
All the Rumors were true, the Macbook Air has been released today at Macworld. Boasting a weight of 3 pounds, .76 -.16 inches in size from front to rear, a full size backlit keyboard, 13.3-inch display, mult-touch gestures for the trackpad, iSight built in, 1.6GHz (1.8Ghz optional) Core 2 Duo , 2GB RAM, 80GB HDD (64GB SSD Optional), 802.11n WiFi, ... continued »
Posted on 13 August 2007 by Chris Davies
HTC has finally released its upcoming PDA/UMPC entitled the shift. Well, they have at least released it in Korea.
The HTC shift is quite revolutionary, whereas up until now, if you wanted to do even the most basic of functions on your UMPC you had to fully power it on and begin sucking away at that battery, with the Shift, this ... continued »
Posted on 13 June 2007 by Chris Scott Barr
It looks like sliding screens are out, swivel screens are where it's at. Well, my Helio Ocean says that sliding still rocks, but this new UMPC from Intel shows us that swivel screen can be sexy.
Posted on 06 March 2007 by Vincent Nguyen
Apple and Intel are buds for everything but chipsets for cell phone. So donâ€™t think for a second that Intel wonâ€™t take this opportunity to create a more powerful yet still maintain a low power output for the iPhoneâ€™s competitors.
Itâ€™s still too early to pass judgement on the chip sporting the iPhone because Apple has not announced the maker. ... continued »