More food for thought on the Apple machine, as commentators and media makers digest the implications of Super-Launch Tuesday. Plus today's inevitable Apple-Samsung Patent Bingo Lottery news. Today's winner is...
Apple just announced its refreshed iPod line-up, and among the products came the long-rumored news that the iPod Nano would be getting a built-in video cam...but not the iPod Touch. It's a tad surprising, but still a clever move.
Next week Wednesday is when Apple will host its traditional iPod media event. At least, that's what everyone's assuming from the "It's Only Rock'N'Roll, But We Like It" tagline Apple chose. As usual there's a bunch of swirling rumors, which we've summarized for you.
Google's amazing Voice may be changing the whole telephony game, and it's happily rocking on BlackBerrys and Android phones. But you won't see a Voice app on the iPhone, since Apple's officially killed it.
We tagged the Palm Pre as a hot-ticket item before its launch, and so it was, even with many a rumor about the new iPhone. But now that iPhone 3G S has rocketed off Apple's design launchpad, does Palm's effort stand a chance of competing? We updated our original feature-by-feature comparison to see if it does.
It's here: The iPhone 3G S (the S is for Speeeeed). As Phil Schiller revealed the new device and its feature set at Apple's WWDC conference he drew to a close several months of rumors and speculation. How accurate was it all? We've summarized the myths for you, starting with the key facts about the new phone.