Barnes & Noble is releasing out two latest versions of its Nook tablet with the glossy new hardware and a sharper HD screen. This move is heightening the already intensive competition between tablets, especially now that we are heading into the holiday season.
Previously, Barnes & Noble stated that its new Nook HD will be available in two different sizes. One tablet is a seven-inch screen (diagonally measured) at a price of $199 and another tab is the newest addition, a nine-inch diagonal screen referred as Nook HD+ at a price of $269.
Moreover, not only that the new HD . . . → Read More: New Nook HD to be released by Barnes & Noble
The Chief Executive Officer of Apple, Tim Cook recently announced a very rare apology for its latest map application and after this rare event, the company has retracted on issues that the application was tagged as the most powerful mapping service ever created.
The site of Apple had previously bragged that the new map app of the company is designed comprehensively, giving the user a turn-by-turn spoken directions, stunning Flyover feature, and the interactive 3D views.
But, after Friday’s announcement of Cook, saying that the company is extremely sorry for the disappointment felt by the users and promised to enhance . . . → Read More: Apple apologizes for the the ‘superlative’ description on new map app
The new iPhone 5 from Apple is now tagged as the best iPhone ever invented. Although this may be true because the new device has reached new highs when it comes to its features and performance. However, tagging it as the best device ever imagined does not necessarily denote that there is no room for more enhancements.
Consumers, fans, as well as critics all over the world got excited when the iPhone 5 launched internationally last week. It got more even excited when Apple said that it is the newest and the best smartphone the world has to offer.
But . . . → Read More: New highs for design and performance, iPhone 5
RIM or Research in Motion, the maker of Blackberry, started its Blackberry Jam Americas 2012 tour with a blast by launching a redesigned store for its App World and providing an incentive of $10,000 for developers.
The company has once became the leader in the lucrative smartphone market. But when Apple and Samsung entered the picture, it has fallen behind yet still desires to get back on the phase as they are introducing the new Blackberry 10 platform and smartphones.
The American leg of Blackberry started at San Jose, California on Tuesday with an audience of more than 1,500, most . . . → Read More: RIM offers $10k for developers creating app for BB10