According to research company Gartner, the iPad 2 will help Apple stay on top of the tablet market. Even though competitors like Google and RIM are constantly innovating in the tablet arena, Gartner believes that Apple will stay on top due to the large App Store and better hardware specifications. Read More
AT&T have just announced that they have acquired T-Mobile for a whooping $39 billion. The carrier will spend over $39 billion to acquire T-Mobile, the only other carrier apart from AT&T that operates on the GSM band.
The acquisition means that AT&T will now become the only carrier in the United States to operate on the GSM Band. All T-Mobile customers will now be served by AT&T. Read More
eBay today pushed out an update for its iPhone App that takes it to version 2.1.1. Not many features are added to the App, but a simple yet helpful feature that allows you to search other countries for stuff using the App is now a part of the iPhone eBay experience. Canadian users will now be able to view the latest deals, and the thumbnail images have also been improved. Read More
GEAR4 plans to benefit from this growing, and has announced that it would be manufacturing three different cases for the iPad 2 that would feature the popular game. The three previews can be viewed on GEAR4′s website. The cases will just snap on to the iPad 2, and would give users access to all the ports of the device. There aren’t much details provided as of now, but we will notify you as the manufacturer announces further details. Read More
Google has just made its second iteration of the Nexus series, Nexus S available in Korea, Hong Kong, and Australia. Users from these countries can now get the Google phone with Android 3.0 from Google’s website at google.kr/nexus (Korea), google.hk/nexus (Hong Kong), or google.au/nexus (Australia). The Nexus S features an amazing 4 inch display, rear and front-facing cameras, all Google mobile Apps preinstalled, and loads of other great features.
Google TV users will be somewhat delighted as they can now use their iOS devices to control the stuff on their TV. The App was originally released only for Android, but just like all other Google mobile Apps, it has now migrated to the iOS platform. Read More
Google is always adding new features to its search engine. A latest new feature allows users to search for the release date of an upcoming movie or video game. If you need to know the release date of a movie or video game, simply type in your query and add the word “release date” in the end. Read More
The most awesome feed reading application, Reeder for iOS has been updated. The update adds support for Readability and fixes a few bugs. Readability is a service that allows users to save articles for reading later. The service also strips out all the ads and other irrelevant stuff, and presents the user with just plain text. Read More
Apple has just launched a new series of TV commercials that begin with the tagline “If you don’t have an iPhone”. At present, Apple has aired three commercials that mention the iPod App, iBooks App, and the in-built App Store. The commercials say that if you don’t have an iPhone, your phone does not have an iPod, something as good as iBooks to read book or even something close to the App Store with thousands of Apps designed specially for the iPhone.