So, the first VoIP client for the iPhone is out. A free VoIP client at that. What will Steve Jobs make of this?
Latest from Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
Apple needs to draw a line under the bad publicity surrounding the iPhone.
Three months to go. 2,000,000 consoles to manufacture - that works out at 15 a minute!
Nokia has already begun work on Windows Phone handsets, Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop told Reuters. Simultaneously, Elop dismisses claims that Microsoft is interested in buying Nokia outright.
So best Buy is charging a $30 (or $29.97 to be precise) surcharge for selling PS3 consoles with upgraded firmware. Is this just good business or a total rip off?
Yesterday I pointed to a piece written by HiFi journalist Malcolm Steward (original piece now removed, but it still exists in the Google cache) on something that he dubbed "Super SATA" cables and how replacing the ordinary SATA cables in his NAS box resulted in "easily perceptible improvements." Yesterday Steward pulled the original post and and published a new post which I think makes it worth revisiting this issue.
This is interesting ... Joe Belfiore, Director of the Windows Phone program, put Internet Explorer 9 mobile up against the iPhone 4 and Google's Samsung Nexus S Android device at the MIX11 - and IE9 mobile won.
Microsoft has unexpectedly broken the silence over sales of its new Windows Phone 7 handsets to announce that over 1.5 million were sold to mobile operators and retailers during the first six weeks of availability.
One of the latest batch of leaked US embassy cables suggest that China is abusing its access to Microsoft source code by using the information to carry out cyber warfare.
Images of an upcoming Windows Phone powered Nokia handset have leaked onto the web.