It really is popular that many full touch-screen cell phones available today come with a scratch proof display covering known as the ‘Gorilla Glass.’ Manufactured by a New York based firm Corning Glass, the Gorilla Glass lets smartphone producers to feature a big bit of display on the front of the unit without worrying about probability of too much breakdowns or scratches. Even though this might appear to be a simple fix today, way back in 2006-2007 when Apple was preparing for the original iPhone kick off, this was not that easy.
Steve Jobs biography unveils his relationships . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. Recreated Gorilla Glass
BlackBerry customers will be able to find out free of charge if there are $100 worth of applications which interest them.
By means of apology for the service failure that left countless Blackberry mobile phones customers all over the world with no service for about 72 hours last week, Research in Motion stated Monday it will give a $100 consumer credit for select applications in the online store.
Whether or not that may placate customers, nonetheless, is not clear.
“RIM’s challenges are bigger picture,” according to Mike Abramsky, an analyst from RBC . . . → Read More: RIM Offers $100 Worth of Apps for Free as an Apology
Sony is cutting the value of its PlayStation 3 game console across North America, Europe and in Japan, according to the company, as it looks to spur demand before the year-end shopping season.
Sony Computer Entertainment slashes the value for 160-gigabyte PS3 from $299 to $249 in North America and from 299 Euros to 249 Euros in Europe, according to its statement.
Beginning Thursday, the company will as well lower the value in Japan, from 29,980 yen to 24,980, while cutting some 14 percent off the costs of a 320-gigabyte PS3 in the three . . . → Read More: PS3 Prices Have Been Cut Down by Sony
Nintendo continue teasing us with the red 3DS, initially integrated as portion of the pre-launch line-up, and after that gently shelved in favor of the black and blue editions. Currently the company has pronounced that the “flame red” 3DS will go on sale this coming September 9, timed together with the release of Star Fox 64 3D.
After August 12 – as with the accessible 3DS models – the red edition will bring the lesser $169.99 price tag. Star Fox 64 3D is one of the big name titles Nintendo hopes will help turn the 3DS’s . . . → Read More: Nintendo’s “Flame Red” 3DS, To Be Released This September 9