Yes yes, it is indeed true. We didn’t believe it at first either, but apparently AT&T have actually managed to get worse according to the Customer Satisfaction Index from the Associated Press. With AT&T now falling below fellow strugglers Sprint, the company joins T-Mobile at the bottom of the rankings. Not great news for those hoping the impending AT&T purchase of T-Mobile will … Read More
Today, Patently Apple reported that Apple Inc. (AAPL) filed a patent application back in November of 2009 of what seems to be the sixth generation iPod Nano that was introduced last September. However, it’s interesting to see that the patent shows what appears to be a section under Settings for a camera as well as situation aware backgrounds. The patent … Read More
Apple’s huge successes with the iPad and iPhone have seen the company overtake Google as the top brand in a list of the top 100 in the world, according to the BrandZ 2011 rankings.
Earlier today, Taiwanese site Apple.pro put up photos of what they claim to be the casing of the 7th generation iPod nano. The photo clearly shows a camera hole, which is rumored to house a 1.3 megapixel camera. While the camera is still anemic in terms of megapixels, it is still better than that of the current generation iPod touch … Read More
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.
We are very excited to share that today Touch Reviews turned 2 years old. It has been a great year for us as we expanded our coverage and are continually publishing more reviews and news stories. We strongly believe in providing our readers with the most comprehensive reviews which help them decide their next purchase and also keep you updated … Read More
It’s the analyst lottery today on TouchReviews, with today’s little stroke of genius (read, guessing) coming courtesy of Gartner.
According to a recent report from StorageNewsletter.com, Apple has ordered 12,000 terabytes (12 petabyes) of storage from Isilon Systems for hosting video content on the iTunes Store. The deal was said to “probably” make Apple Isulon’s largest customer, and could indicate that plans for a digital locker service to store media and content in the cloud is coming together nicely, … Read More
A recent Toyota advertising campaign hit the headlines a couple of days ago, after the car giant released a theme for the iPhone publicizing its Scion car through the jailbreak application Cydia. Toyota’s deal with Cydia was short-lived, however, after a request from Apple saw the theme removed from the ModMyI repository. The theme was available from Cydia since February, … Read More
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.
Bad news for Apple and RIM shareholders today, as the two smartphone giants lost out to Eastman Kodak in a the latest round of their patent dispute.
A Bloomberg report published today suggests that Apple may be planning to license its AirPlay service to third-party devices that would allow users to stream video content from iTunes or their iOS device straight to their HDTV. AirPlay will already stream audio to non-Apple devices, but in order to enjoy video streaming to your TV, you need the $99 AppleTV … Read More
The wait is over folks, for this morning Research In Motion brought us pricing (in Canada and the US at least) for its upcoming slate computer, the PlayBook.
With mere days until the international iPad 2 launch, Apple has announced UK pricing for its latest wunder-tab.