• n4bb leak
    Mon, 06/25/2012 - 16:22
    N4BB reports that two different RIM smartphones -- the Blackberry London and Blackberry Nevada, also known as Blackberry L-series and Blackberry N-series -- have hit final production. The blog reports that the Blackberry L-series will have 768 x 1280 screen resolution 55m wide and 356 PPI. The blog's editors says that the Blackberry 10 Dev Alpha, which was released earlier this year to developers, already has a market-ready screen. They even say that the screen is comparable to the iPhone 4S.
  • lulzsec
    Mon, 06/25/2012 - 15:21
    LulzSec, the computer hacker group that claimed responsibility for numerous high profile attacks including many of which were against multi-million dollar corporations such as Sony Pictures, was struck a huge blow on Monday when two of its members pleaded guilty to a slew of computer crimes.
  • maps
    Mon, 06/25/2012 - 02:39
    Google will finally reverse its widely unpopular decision to charge companies who used Google Maps more than the average company. The New York Times reports that Google is lowering the amount it's currently charging to websites that use the service at a high-volume by more than seven-eighths.
  • Cash
    Mon, 06/25/2012 - 02:13
    After all eight board members were elected back onto AOL's board of directors, the company will be paying out shareholders for the company's billion-dollar sale of a large stake of its patent portfolio to Microsoft, as promised, according to a report from AllThingsD.
  • New York Times
    Mon, 06/25/2012 - 01:56
    If you're a New York Times subscriber, and you like the magazine-like layout of the popular mobile device app Flipboard, you'll be happy to hear the latest news from both companies: The New York Times' subscribers will soon be able to read the entire newspaper on Flipboard, which just debuted on Android last week.
  • Sony camera
    Fri, 06/22/2012 - 17:18
    Sony announced Friday it will invest nearly $1 billion in order to increase production capacity of the image sensors used in cameras. The move has been interpreted by industry experts as Sony honing in on the fact that smartphones, tablets and more are built with cameras inside the device more often than ever.
  • Apple
    Fri, 06/22/2012 - 15:32
    Earlier this month, at the Cupertino, Calif.-based company's Worldwide Developer's Conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook promised that the App Store would reach 32 new countries by the end of this month. As has always been the case with a promise made by Apple the company has delivered.