Amazon.com Inc. is reportedly developing some enhancements for their Kindle devices to compete more with the leading tab manufacturers Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
According to the poeple knowledgeable about the matter, the e-commerce company has recently been working on array of new devices including smartphones and audio streaming devices to broaden their reach beyond their tablet computers.
One of the smartphones that they currently working features a screen that allows 3D effects without having to use a glass. With “retina-tracking” technology, images will appear like a hologram and seems floating above the screen. . . . → Read More: Amazon Developing 3D Smartphone Without Using Glasses
For almost two years now, Sony Corp. will host its very first major Playstation meeting this February. This has sparked an outburst in online assumptions that the Japanese consumer electronics giant is on the preps of revealing the successor of its PS3 games console.
The PS3 games console has sold about seventy million when it was released six years ago.
However, Sony has refused to comment on the speculations that it would be releasing a new product at a meeting on the 20th of February. Masaki Tsukakoshi, a spokesman from Sony, commented that they will be discussing purely about Playstation . . . → Read More: Sony to convene assembly for Feb20 Playstation revelation
Zynga Inc., Online gaming company, has introduced a number of products aimed towards diversifying its company beyond Facebook and encouraging possible shareholders of their growth prospects in the flourishing social online games industry.
In their initial statement since submitting a preliminary public offering in July, the creator of Mafia Wars and FarmVille stated Tuesday that it intends to kick off a website apart from Facebook by which gamers can gather together and have fun with its games. Zynga Inc. also introduced four new game titles with flamboyant graphics and much more advanced features, most of which could be . . . → Read More: Zynga Inc. Looking for Opportunities Apart from Facebook
The wireless carrier T-Mobile USA asked the court on Wednesday to prevent the ruling requested by Apple Inc. to ban the sales of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G, citing the sales on holiday this year.
Such injunction of the two popular consumer products that will help increase its 2011 holiday sales would never harm T-Mobile and thousands of U.S. consumers, stated by T-Mobile before the United States District Court of Northern District of California, San Jose Division.
T-Mobile also requested to the court to allow them to appear at the . . . → Read More: U.S. Wireless Carriers Wants to Stop Banning of Samsung Products