Just like what we posted a while ago about the rumor of the new dock connector of the upcoming iPhone 5, it seems to be true. A video from TechCrunch showing a back shell casing of the new iPhone doesn’t have a slot for the previously used 30-pin dock connector.
This is going to be a bad news for those who bought accessories like docking speakers who use the 30-pin dock slot. According to the report, Apple is on the works for the new 19-pin dock connector for the new iPhone that will kick off later . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 will have a 19-pin Dock Connector
The popular photo-sharing app, Instagram, that’s taken a certain lead on the Apple’s iOS, stated it has exceeded 27 million users registered today during the SXSW Interactive conference held in Austin, Texas.
Kevin Systrom, the co-founder, did not reveal active users daily throughout his interview with Alexia Tsotsis, an editor in TechCrunch. Yet he said all of the registered users who’ve been involved in the a week ago, 67% of those utilized the application yesterday.
“It’s Facebook-level engagement that we’re seeing,” Kevin Systrom said in the interview.
He did not actually provide . . . → Read More: Instagram Hits 27M Registered Users and will Release the Android App Soon
The latest dilemma that Nintendo is undergoing now is the lawsuit claiming that Nintendo’s Wii console is stepping the patents that ThinkOptical (the maker of Wavit Remote) filed.
ThinkOptical, the manufacturer of the electronic pointing wand is suing the company Nintendo for its Wii Remote design, arguing about the Wii remote infringes on the Trademark Office’s rejection of elements in former Nintendo-filed patents.
The maker of the Wavit Remote currently handles the patent with a title “Electronic equipment for handheld vision based absolute pointing system”.
As reported by TechCrunch, and in a . . . → Read More: Nintendo Sued by ThinkOptical
Over the past few months, the rumors about the Amazon Tablet has been running and getting people excited. Amazon, which is the only company that might reach and directly compete in the market with iPad – currently dominates the tablet PC market abroad and the US.
Today, evidences of the said Tablet by Amazon have been released. According to MG Siegler at TechCrunch, he has not only seen the Tablet of Amazon but he also played with the actual thing. He said on a post that, “The device is a 7-inch tablet with a capacitive touch . . . → Read More: Amazon Tablet Get Ready for the Release
Cars that manage themselves in the traffic automatically have been developed by Google, and the trial was already done in California streets for months. It perhaps is an unusual project for Google; however, it might really have big advantages.
We are not only speaking regarding running Google Android. This is the material of science invented story. The merely misfortune!
The cars have been checked for 140, 000 miles in California road, starting from Silicon Valley up to Santa Monica. The cars were operated during the trials. A man sits in the . . . → Read More: Cars That Drive Themselves, Latest Stuff for Google