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4G LTE iPad soon to be in testing according to leaked AT&T document

June 27th, 2011

Over the weekend, the hacking group LulzSec announced that after 50 days of hacking targets such as Sony and the U.S. government, it was stopping its operations. As a parting gift, the group leaked a number of internal AT&T documents, including the above image that suggests AT&T will test a 4G LTE version of its …

Nokia’s first Windows Phone devices will run Mango

May 24th, 2011

During Microsoft’s Windows Phone Mango press conference in New York today, the company confirmed that Nokia’s first Windows Phone devices will run the newest Mango operating system when they’re released. That suggests that the phones could land as soon as this fall, when Mango makes its debut. Microsoft also confirmed that it already has Nokia …

Windows Phone 7.1 ‘Mango’ update to land this fall

May 24th, 2011

Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled its forthcoming major update to its Windows Phone platform — Windows Phone 7.1 “Mango.” We gave you live coverage of the event as well a hands-on look at the update, and now that the dust has cleared we can finally sit down and collect ourselves. In short, Mango looks awesome. We’ve …

Apple could bid for 15,000 square foot Grand Central store

May 23rd, 2011

In February we heard early reports that Apple was planning to construct an Apple Store inside Grand Central in the heart of New York City. A month later new reports suggested that the plan was scrapped. According to The Wall Street Journal, however, Apple is interested in two balconies that are located on the north …

iPhone 5 release timing rumors are baseless, suppliers say

April 13th, 2011

According to Apple’s touch panel makers, the company has not yet made any information available to manufacturing partners with regard to the next-generation iPhone’s production timeline. This new report from DigiTimes contradicts several earlier reports claiming the iPhone 5 will launch in September. In addition, however, it further supports the notion that Apple may alter …

New Apple iPod nano to contain a camera, keep form factor?

April 2nd, 2011

That’s what it’s looking like according to a leaked image from Apple.pro, a site that has in the past leaked details and images on Apple products before their announcement and release. From what we can see, the seventh generation iPod nano would keep the same form factor as the existing model, though would add a relatively large …

Apple’s Grand Central Terminal store a no-go, report claims

March 21st, 2011

New Yorkers and commuters in the surrounding region troubled by the possibility of an even more chaotic Grand Central experience got some good news, as The Observer reports Apple’s Grand Central Terminal store is a no-go. According to a source close to the M.T.A., Apple was indeed in talks to open a 16,000 square-foot Apple …

World’s largest Apple Store coming to Grand Central Terminal

February 17th, 2011

A new report claims Apple will build its largest Apple Store retail location to date within New York’s famous Grand Central Terminal. Apple blog Cult of Mac claims to have confirmed the news with a reliable source close to the company. The forthcoming store — appropriately dubbed Apple Store, Grand Central — will be announced …

Schmidt: Google TV coming to U.S. this fall

September 7th, 2010

Reuters U.K. is reporting that Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, has stated that his company’s Google TV will debut in the U.S. “this autumn.” Speaking at IFA in Berlin, Schmidt told journalists, “we will work with content providers but it is very unlikely that we will get into actual content production.” The CEO said the new TV-based …

Netflix is on its way to Canada

July 19th, 2010

By way of the tweet, Netflix has announced that it will be offering its services in Canada beginning “this fall.” If you’re located in Canada, and would like more information, you can head on over to http://www.netflix.ca and register to receive more information when it becomes available. No word yet on pricing or availability. Pretty cool, …