Apple seems to be upgrading their line of iPads before the season ends. It is rumored that they are going to release the second part of iPad mini, which is called the iPad mini 2, and a new iPad 5.
The target launching date is said to be this month or May, just ahead of the upcoming new phone in their iPhone line. These new tablets is just ahead of the iOS 7 so these iPads may have the iOS 6.2 and will just have to update to iOS 7 when it is ready. It will . . . → Read More: iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 will be Released before Summer
Over the weekend, there are rumors spreading for an upcoming Apple gadget tagged as the Apple iWatch.
According to reports from The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, the Cupertino-based tech giant is already on the process of examining archetypes of its next accessory. The reports say that the rumored device will be running an iOS version closely integrated with that of the iPhone.
Features of the rumored iWatch included calendar and email alerts, caller ID, map navigation, Siri integration, mobile payment support, and app notifications. It is also rumored that Corning, the Gorilla Glass manufacturer, will be . . . → Read More: Rumored Upcoming Apple iWatch
There have been speculations that HTC Corp. could become a target for takeover. However, given the condition that its market share is slipping and with a gloomy outlook, the smartphone maker from Taiwan could be a risk bet for any purchaser.
Some experts and analysts argue that it would make sense for smartphone makers in China like Lenovo Group, ZTE Corp., or Huawei Technologies Co. to break up HTC to increase its scale. This is most especially for those outside of China as they are transitioning to the high-end market of smartphones, the aspect where they have been focusing for . . . → Read More: Market shares for HTC are cheap, but hard to trade
Kudos to Apple Inc., which has achieved the “25-billion-apps-downloaded” target. As well as an even bigger congratulations to the person that will win the desired $10,000 App Store gift certificate for being the only one to made the coveted milestone possible.
The Cupertino-based company made the statement through a vibrant banner on its site recently, showing customers: “A billion thanks. 25 times over. The App Store has reached 25 billion downloads. Thanks for getting us there.”
Apple have been keeping a “25-Billion-Apps-Countdown” since Feb. 13 and stated that the victor of the contest will . . . → Read More: Apple Hits “25-Billion-Apps-Downloaded” Milestone
Samsung Electronics publicly stated that its effort to break the tablet market has greatly been a fail, along with one executive presenting a sobering report about its performance at at Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.
“Honestly, we’re not doing very well in the tablet market,” according to Hankil Yoon, Samsung product strategy executive.
That is about as frank an announcement as it gets coming from any executive at the Mobile World Congress trade exhibition this week.
Samsung has not met targets in its tablet pc business is not a big surprise; Samsung lags well behind the . . . → Read More: Samsung – Failure in Tablet PC Market
Piracy just isn’t actually really do the bad that the record companies claims it to be, and may even often be a way for companies to draw in more consumers, according to Mikael Hed, Rovio Mobile chief executive .
Rovio Mobile, the firm powering the popular game Angry Birds, understands with regards to piracy. Not simply has the video game alone already been ripped off mercilessly, but it really has progressively turned into a target for false marketing. But Mikael Hed does not see this as being a problem. Actually, he sees appreciable advantages to piracy.
Mikael Hed . . . → Read More: Rovio Mobile: Piracy Can Promote Products Even More