BlackBerry’s Z10 is the first of a new leaf for the company. Gone is the old name RIM, and now the company is just called BlackBerry. Along with this change cometheir latest OS, BlackBerry 10. This phone in particular is...Read More
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We compare the iPhone 4S to the new iPhone 5 and try and help you make an informed decision about what to buy. After watching the video, please let us know which device you plan to buy. ...Read More
We take a look at the first startup and setup of the Vita. The more I use the Vita, the more impressed I am with the sound, responsiveness and just about everything about it minus the load times. Check out the video for all...Read More
Today is the day Sony tries their hand at the portable market once again. The Vita bring Sony into the next generation of hand held consoles with impressive graphics, specs, dual analog sticks and touch screen all standard. I...Read More
The Atrix and Droid X2 are arguably the best that AT&T and Verizon have to offer when it comes to Android phones. I compare both devices and go over what makes them different and what makes them the same. Check out the...Read More
The Droid Incredible 2 is the followup to what was one of the first 1Ghz smartphones and had an AMOLED screen which was new for the time. The Droid Incredible 2 improves on that formula and turns out to be a pretty decent...Read More
Only minutes after my Snow Leopard install did I notice the little icon at the top right corner that was unfamiliar to me. After a quick "click", I then saw show character viewer and show keyboard viewer. The keyboard has been in Leopard, but never turned on by default. There has been some screen shots of this keyboard before, but to put it as a default in a release of a Mac OS is something entirely unusual. So far there is no need for such a virtual keyboard unless you were planning to release a new touch screen device in the near future. The other hint toward a tablet other than the loads of stories from many reliable sources is the significant size reduction of the OS. The total OS install when not installing the language packs was just over 4GB. My last Leopard install clocked in at just over 12GB. Why would you need a slimming of an OS in an age of almost infinite storage? A tablet or similar device must be coming. The question is when. See the image of the resizable keyboard after the jump.
Apple continues to deny that they are releasing a netbook as has been rumored for some time. Apple executive Tim Cook had this to say about netbooks:
"When I’m looking at what’s sold in the Netbook market, I see cramped keyboards, junky hardware, very small screens, bad software. Not a consumer experience that we would put the Mac brand on. As it exists today, we’re not interested in it nor would it be something customers would be interested in the long term. We are looking at the space. For those who want a small computer that does browsing/email, they might want an iPhone or iPod Touch. If we find a way to deliver an innovative product that really makes a contribution, we’ll do that."
Today we will finally see what iPhone 3.0 is all about. There are some that think there is more to this afternoons (given your timezone) conference in the way of the long rumored touch-screen Mac. We all long for the day a Mac netbook with or without a touch-screen will make its way into our lives, and if Slashgear is right, today is the day.
"According toComputer World’s Seth Weintraub, Apple will possibly use today’s event to launch the 10-inch capacitive touchscreen device we’ve been reading rumors about over the past few weeks. Contrary to what some believe, though, Weintraub expects not a netbook – with a hardware keyboard and traditional clamshell design – but a slate-format device similar to a larger iPod touch."
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The Dow Jones Newswire is reporting that Apple is indeed planning to launch as early as the second half of the year.
"Apple is planning to launch a netbook computer with a touch screen monitor as early as the second half of this year, two people close to the situation told Dow Jones Newswires Tuesday."Read More
You bought a BlackBerry Storm because you wanted a touch-screen, but you needed the business functionality that BackBerry offers. The only problem you faced with the BlackBerry Storm is that you work at a place of business that could potentially pose as a hazard to your phone, let alone a phone with a touch-screen. This is where Otterbox comes in. As most of you who read this already know, Otterbox offers industrial protection for your everyday devices.