According to the sources, Apple and Verizon are trying to figure out ways in which they can capture more of the smartphone market. After their iPad pact, Apple and Verizon Wireless are joining hands for the iPhone.
Archive for October, 2010
Light Peak, An optical technology made by Intel will transfer data at very high speed. In comparison to USB 3.0, Light Peak will transfer data at double the rate. Speed of the Light Peak can vary from 10 GB/s to 100 GB/s.
Microsoft is trying to get into gesture recognition using its playing console – Xbox. The first sign of this is Microsoft buying out Canesta, a small Silicon Valley company that specializes in gesture-recognition technology. Canesta specializes in chip manufacturing which along with digital camera gives you depth perception. Read more…
Windows 7 mobile phones now have a Twitter application to their name with all the features that the normal Twitter application on other mobile devices have. The application is fast and easy to use.
Google may team up with Samsung for the launch of Nexus 2.0 according to the rumors from various sources. According to Android and Me, Google will announce this project in the upcoming conference in New York. Read more…
HP WebOS 2.0 is an operating system made by HP for the touch enabled and the hand held devices. It provides lot of features which are easy to use.
Alex Miller, from San Jose – California, has suddenly become a hero for all the open source community. This seventh grader’s feet of solving one of the major bugs in Firefox has really fetched him accolades from all the quarters of the world. At age 13, he becomes the youngest developer to solve a bug in Mozilla Firefox. Alex Miller earned himself $3000 from the Mozilla foundation as part of his contribution to Firefox.