On Wednesday, Apple became the focus of the world of technology as the revelation of the new iPhone is being anticipated by a lot of people.
For the past few weeks, Apple’s lips have been sealed about the newest addition in the iPhone series. They have been very careful on what’s in store for Apple avids and non-avids, but gave clues to what people should be expecting through the invitations sent out with a message “It’s almost here.”
Speculations have described the new iPhone with a larger touch screen compared to the previous version and will be available on the . . . → Read More: New iPhone becomes the center of attention in the technology world, Apple
Nintendo has reported life long product sales of their popular DS handheld have exceeded 50 million within the U.S.
The statement was made along with consumer research company NPD Group’s monthly tally of video gaming product sales. Ever since the portable video gaming product released in 2004, Nintendo has sold 273 million games within the U.S., as outlined by NPD data.
In September, Nintendo sold 145,000 DS products as well as an additional 260,000 of the Nintendo 3DS products. The monthly product sales statistics for the 3-D product were up 10% in comparison to August, when Nintendo revealed . . . → Read More: Nintendo DS Hits 50 Million in U.S. Market Sales
Involving by now in a crowded market, Acer arranges to release two Android-based tablets and a Windows 7 tablet in early 2011. Cost and names stay secret for the gadgets which will contend with not just the Apple iPad, however also other Android-based tablets for instance the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This coming April 2011, Acer’s 7-inch and 10.1-inch tablets will debut. The producer is furthermore allegedly scheduling a 10.1-inch tablet successively Windows 7 with front- and rear-facing cameras which will strike store shelves in February 2011.
All three gadgets will attribute . . . → Read More: Windows 7 and Android Tablets, Speculated to be Released by Acer in Early 2011
The investigator of NPD Group said that U.S. sales of video-game hardware, software and accessories cut down 8 percent to $1.22 billion in September from a year past.
The Port Washington, New York-based investigator said in an e-mail that the outcome reproduce a 19 percent in hardware sales, a 6 percent turn down in software and a 13 percent gain in accessories on buys of products like Sony Corporation’s Move controller. Sales of Nintendo Co. Hardware failed down.
It sold 484,000 Xbox 360 comforts throughout the month, up 37 percent from . . . → Read More: Expenses on Hardware Dwindles Causes 8 Percent Downfall in the US Video-Game Sales