As part of the fallout of the current iPhone location data fiasco it appears Verizon will now put warning stickers on its location-aware smartphones, reports Electronista.
It’s the analyst lottery today on TouchReviews, with today’s little stroke of genius (read, guessing) coming courtesy of Gartner.
Leaked photos of a prototype 5th generation iPod touch, complete with DVT-1 designation were recently reported by MacRumors. According to the anonymous tipster iPod touch 5G sports 128GB of internal storage and a single volume rocker. If these photos are legitimate the fifth gen iPod touch (and presumably iPhone 5) could do away with the current hardware home button in favour of a capacitive … Read More
According to reports, Research In Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook may have been delayed by up to a month due to parts being used for Apple’s iPad 2. Taiwanese site DigiTimes claims Apple bought up so many touch panels that its Canadian competitor just couldn’t get its tablet built in time. Having originally been slated for a release in the first quarter … Read More
Apple has succesfully overturned a verdict over a patent relating to how documents are displayed on a computer screen – a decision worth over $625 million.
The word on the street of late has been the Apple’s next iPhone might not be putting in an appearance this year at all with a release pencilled in for early 2012. New reports coming out of Korea however point to a release as early as the end of June.
In news that can only be described as odd, 9to5Mac claims that the iPhone 5 could come complete with an 8 megapixel camera manufactured by Japanese giant Sony.
Both Apple and Microsoft have hired linguists in their quest to come out on top in their battle over whether or not the Cupertino company should be allowed to trademark the term.
Tech company executives are always good for a mind-boggling quote or two, and as reported by CNet Dell’s Andy Lark is no different.