Nokia and Microsoft changing their gears and trying to hit the ball hard & smart, and I call this “Smart Power Partnership” – SP2 Formula. Mr. Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia said “We have become convinced that we can offer a very low price quickly”, reported by Reuters-news agency.
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Using Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system (OS) will give a big relief to Nokia guys as they don’t have to do any heavier planning for OS development and financial expenses. This will positively affect the price factor as well.
Managing all the video and audio library that you have compiled over time, long before you owned an iPod, iPod Touch or iPhone could be tricky when it comes to moving it to your iPod or iPhone. There’s no one software client to manage, backup and also convert between different formats e.g. converting your DVD video collection to iPod compatible format without compromising video or audio quality.
iOS 4.1 was finally released yesterday with a major new feature “Game Center” which lets you play networked games. Previously iPhone games would only let you publish your score online on Facebook or any other social platform but now with Game Center enabled games, you can challenge someone online, maintain score boards among a bunch [...]
First it was the antenna issue that surfaced right after the launch of iPhone 4. Apple kept mum over it until consumer response (or negative response) grew to such proportions that Steve Jobs had to announce that it did exist and offered free bumpers for the new iPhone 4. The problem with antenna was believed [...]
For the past several years, Apple has made a habbit of gathering in September to launch its newest iPod products for the holiday-shopping season. This time around, Apple would certainly be launching new iPods but rumors have been lurking around the web that the new iPod Nano and iPod Touch will reportedly have cameras. The [...]
Here are some brief and spicy stories about history of WWW, Microsoft, Apple, HP, UNIX, Google, Intel, Sun and LINUX.
Bill Gates’ head exploded in a tragic puff of smoke after reading that a Windows benchmarking study showed that the new Apple laptop with a dual core Intel processor was faster running Windows XP than, um, well, all the laptops designed for Windows.