Archive for September, 2012

It is finally out now. After lots of rumors and leaks, Microsoft and Nokia have, after all, released latest series of Windows 8 powered phones dubbed as Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 in the events held in New York and Finland. Nokia, which is struggling with sales for so long, has several expectations [...]

Is there really an iPad Mini, or it’s all a rumor? There are tons of rumors floating around the mobile world. They make us believe that a mini iPad would be launched in October. But rumors are rumors, and these are there since 2009. So, there is no official announcement, or press meeting has been [...]

Apple unveiled its latest iPhone on 12 September. Powered by iOS 6, iPhone 5 features a range of services together with Apple’s own mapping and built-in Facebook apps. iOS 6 has been released with more than 200 new features, although some won’t be available on all i-devices. The company will soon release free iOS 6 [...]

Google’s Motorola Mobility has brought out three rival phones for iPhone and Galaxy. These three devices –the Droid Razr HD, the Droid Razr Maxx HD and the Droid Razr M–will be sold by Verizon Wireless in the USA. Android will power these devices. Motorola on Wednesday September 5 showed off these devices in a press [...]

The game Angry Birds will soon get a surprising sequel dedicated to their offenders—green pigs.   Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish game development company that created Angry Birds is going to launch a new game dubbed as Bad Piggies. The release date is expected to be 27 September, and the game would be available for platforms like [...]

After phones, tabs and laptops, Android will now power NASA’s tiny satellites. NASA appears to be interesting in running its Small Spacecraft Technology Program on Android OS. The space agency is looking for a cheap hardware and software technology that can reliably survive into space. If successfully implemented, sending tiny satellites into space will pave [...]

A report of Mashable.com brought into light that California Carter School is heavily using mobile technology for children. According to the report, a tech-immersive learning experience can actually benefit some kids. The school is using iPhone apps designed for children that have just begun to learn the basics of reading. The apps blends the lessons [...]