Apple Posts iAd Network Highlight Video

When Steve Jobs introduced the iAd network he was particularly very excited about Apple entering into the mobile advertising industry. iAd promises to deliver “The emotion of TV. The interactivity of digital. The power of mobility.” Worlds most advanced mobile operating system (iOS) certainly deserves unique and creative ways for brands to reach out to their audience. Apple’s iAd is … Read More

Google (GOOG) CEO Eric Schmidt Says Android is not Fragmented

There’s nothing iPhone fans like to throw at Android users more than the good old fragmentation argument. With so many manufacturers using the open-source Android operating system and building their own hardware as they see fit, the issue of a fragmented development environment has been thrown at Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) on a regular basis. The whole thing is a storm in a … Read More

Google Docs Editing Now Available on iPhone and iPad

Back in September, Touch Reviews reported on Google’s announcement of bringing Google Docs editing to Apple’s iOS devices – the iPhone and the iPad. Well, the search giant has just announced a new documents editor that now supports editing on your mobile browser. Google are rolling this service out over the next few days, initially for English-language users with Android … Read More

Toshiba Folio 100 pulled from PC World Store [Tablet Computer]

The tablet market competition is finally starting to heat up with real video of the BlackBerry PlayBook arriving, and the Samsung Galaxy is starting to show up in stores around the world. One tablet we haven’t heard much about is the Toshiba Folio 100 – and now even the stores who do stock it kinda wish they didn’t! DSG International, … Read More

HP Slate sales top out at 9,000 units [iPad Rival]

HP recently claimed that demand for its HP Slate had exceeded expectations, which sounds great, right? Unfortunately for the hardware giant, that isn’t the whole story. When expectations amount to just 5000 units, exceeding it should be all that hard! You read that right folks. According to AppleInsider, HP’s internal projections pointed to an anticipated demand of just 5000 pieces, … Read More

Sprint’s ZTE Peel Brings 3G to Apple iPod touch

ZTEPeel iPod touch

A new device from Sprint called the ZTE Peel is set to bring 3G to the second- and third-generation iPod Touch, providing data access wherever you may be. Similar to the company’s own 4G Case for the iPad, the ZTE Peel looks just like a slightly oversized case for the device, however, inside is a 3G radio and mobile hotspot … Read More

Palm Pre 2 and webOS 2.0 announced

Palm Pre 2 webOS 2.0

One of the down sides to announcing a new handset and OS revision the day before a major Apple announcement is it tends to get forgotten in all the shiny goodness from Cupertino. As if to prove that point, Palm (or HP, depending on how you look at it) told the world it can expect an update to webOS and … Read More

EA (ERTS) Acquires Chillingo

It turns out that it’s not just Apple who has huge cash reserves and a shopping list. iOS game publishers have been on the radar of some of the big players in the industry. Ngmoco was recently acquired by Japanese gaming outfit DeNA for $400+ million and today EA annouced that they have acquired Chillingo Ltd., one of the premium … Read More

BlackBerry PlayBook 64GB model and 5,300mAh battery confirmed

blackberry playbook specs

RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie gave in some more details on the smartphone giant’s upcoming tablet at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (or GITEX) this week, and one in particular caught everyone’s eye. Ever since RIM announced it was entering into the tablet market (is it really a market when there’s only one real device out there?) the lack of any mention … Read More

HyperMac to Cease Sale of Apple MagSafe Patented Cables

HyperMac Apple MagSafe iPhone

If you were thinking of getting hold of a MagSafe compatible external battery pack for your Macintosh laptop and/or iPhone or iPod, then now is the time to do so. HyperMac had this to say on their website on Monday : If you wish to get the world’s ONLY external battery and car charger solution that works with ALL MacBook, … Read More

Atomic Tom performs live on their iPhones

PR’s a wonderful thing, especially if you’re a local band wanting some free publicity. What’s the best way to get free publicity? Well, getting half the world’s top tech blogs to post about you works, and that’s what Atomic Tom managed to do with a supposedly impromptu performance aboard a New York train. The tech angle? How about the whole … Read More

Free iPods for Chile’s rescued miners

We’ve all been mesmerized by pictures of Chile’s miners being pulled from their collapsed mine over the last 24 hours, but if freedom wasn’t enough reason to be happy, here’s a bonus – a free iPod! As bizarre as it may sound, AppAdvice is reporting via LeFigaro that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is going to give all 33 miners a free … Read More

Cut the Rope sells 1 Million copies in just 10 days

Prolific iOS publisher Chillingo today announced that their latest smash hit game, puzzler Cut the Rope, has hit the 1,000,000 sales mark. Not remarkable enough for you? How about this: that million mark was reached in just 10 days! Created by developer ZeptoLab, Cut the Rope is a delightful little physics based puzzle game and is available for both iPhone … Read More

T3 Names iPad Gadget of The Year

No, a Terminator has not endorsed Apple’s tablet computer, it’s the “prestigious” awards ceremony held in London last night, where the votes of 750,000 readers and an expert panel are used to determine technology awards. The iPad beat its own slightly younger sibling (the iPhone 4) out of the top spot to win the overall “Gadget of the Year” category. … Read More

DeNA considering $400+ Million acquisition of ngmoco?

San Francisco based iOS game developer ngmoco could be the subject of a $400m takeover by Japanese gaming outfit DeNA according to TechCrunch’s Mike Arrington. Ngmoco (Next Generation MObile COmpany) is famed for its iPhone and iPad games, with hits such as Rolando and Star Defence, and is now looking to expand into the Android arena more aggressively. Their past … Read More