Google has decided to cut down the current $350 early termination fee for its first mobile phone venture – the Nexus One.
The changes will give Gmail the capability to allow users to share videos and photos, as well as post status updates very much like what one can do on Facebook and Twitter.
Canon has released a brand new DSLR, the EOS Rebel T2i (aka 550D). This brand new EOS will “replace” its older sibling, the EOS Rebel T1i (500D).
The Apple MacBook Pro line is already due for an upgrade and since the iPad was already unveiled last January, rumors for another Apple product surrounds the tech world once again.
Watch these cool 6 legged robots while they are showing their moves on the dance floor. Video after the jump…
First of all, X2 is a British company and is not affiliated to Apple at all. They maybe just want to grab the name “iTablet” for some reason after Apple named their very own tablet, “iPad”. So what is the iTablet anyway?
Apple issued a message to developers that they can no longer develop applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad that use location-based services with the aim of bringing advertisements.
Microsoft announced Friday, February 5, that it will discontinue the online game service Xbox Live for the original Xbox game console on April 15, 2010.
While Chairman and co-founder Scott McNealy made a long and emotional goodbye memo to his employees, CEO Jonathan Schwartz said farewell via a twitter haiku.
A guy from China bought a 10-inch Dell Inspiron Mini netbook and turned it into a Dell Mini 3i phone, complete with the Android Operating System, only it’s so much larger!