June 4, 2009

Review Roundup: Palm Pre Hardware Ok, WebOS Great

Palm announced their new handset “Pre” at CES 2009 in January this year. Palm Pre had smitten the tech world instantaneously with its slide-out QWERTY keyboard and the new interface. Pre comes with 3.1-inch 320 x 480 multitouch screen, 3-megapixel camera, 8GB onboard memory, 3G EVDO Rev A, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. Pre will use Palm’s new Linux based operating system called webOS.Palm Pre will start shipping on June 6th via Sprint and reviews for the device have started flooding in. Below we have added links to eight best reviews of Palm Pre available online:
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June 3, 2009

Next Gen iPhone to get Radio Tagging, Nike Sport Kit and Application Sharing

AppleInsider reader Will has discovered code strings in iTunes 8.2 update that was released few days back. The code strings point to radio capabilities as well as Nike Sport Kit support in upcoming iPhone. The above references were not visible in the same files distributed with iTunes 8.1 update. The radio reference in the code is not tied specifically to upcoming iPhone, but it is the most likely candidate, as iPhone will use new Broadcom chip that will support FM radio transmission along with 802.11n WiFi. Read More

June 1, 2009

Bucketload of iPhone Rumors: From Storage Capacities on New iPhone to All the New iPhone Software

With WWDC 2009 less than a week away, iPhone rumors are increasing exponentially. Last week, we reported about the matte finish casing for next gen iPhone, however today we have lot more to report. Before putting all down, we would just says that these are all rumors and we weren’t able to confirm any, but it is becoming more and more likely that most of these rumors will come true. Read More

Qualcomm Announces 1.3GHz Snapdragon Chip for Smartphones

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips are the fastest ARM based processor available on the market. Present generation processor can run up to 1GHz while consuming a fraction of energy required to run an Intel Atom processor. On Sunday, Qualcomm announced that it is adding new 1.3GHz chip to Snapdragon lineup. The new chip will be made using 45nm process technology and it will be aimed at smartphones and smartbooks market. Read More