A billion-story in the making.
Rumors are now spreading for a new Apple product. Some analysts say that this will revolutionize portable players, tablets, music, and smartphones, and will change people’s view on wristwatches. A tech expert believes that this could be worth billions to the super tech giant.
According to Oliver Chen, a Citigroup analyst, the rumored iWatch of the company could be billions of opportunity for them, pulling some numbers by around $6 billion. Furthermore, he thinks that there could be even plentier than $6 billion if the tech giant creates something that is totally fresh and new . . . → Read More: iWatch to profit $6 billion in the future
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
I hope anyone haven’t grabbed Sony’s elegant Tablet S Android slate ahead of the holidays, simply because it is currentlya very nice $100 less expensive.
Beginning today, the Tablet S today starts at $399 for the 16gb model and $499 for the 32gb model, undercutting iPad 2 products with a full Benjamin. Sony is additionally hurling in 5 free PlayStation Classic titles, 180 days of the Music Unlimited service, along with ‘tokens’ and downloads free of charge from the Video Unlimited store.
The price cut, may very well be too little far too late for Sony’s tablet products . . . → Read More: Sony’s Tablet S is $100 Cheaper
HP has started shoving out its OTA TouchPad update as anticipated, carrying webOS 3.0.2 to the 9.7-inch tablet. The latest firmware boosts performance and dependability, HP claims, in addition to boosting attachment rendering speed in the email app and jerking how punctuation is automatically added in when you type words like “can’t.”
There are as well speed boosts to the calendar app, streamlining the process when adding new events and searching through existing appointment. Album art in the music app is re-hopped and there is apparently less possibility of hopping when the 1.5 GHz dual-core processor . . . → Read More: OTA TouchPad Carries webOS 3.0.2