Yeah, you waited forever. Here are five reasons to keep doing so.
Hewlett-Packard permanently cuts the price of the TouchPad to just $399, Google is reportedly rushing to finish the Ice Cream Sandwich update to its Android operating system, and the San Mateo, Calif., district attorney has filed charges in the theft of an iPhone 4 prototype but not against Gizmodo.
AT&T tries hard to ruin iPhone 4′s pre-order week. Also, Nintendo owns E3, Microsoft goes cultish, and Sony makes a Magic Wand.
Sprint has signed a $20 billion deal for 30.5 million iPhones, while Adobe releases Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 with accelerated 3D graphics support. Most importantly, don’t miss CNET’s live coverage today of Apple’s announcement of the next iPhone(s).
Brian Cooley offers up five powerful techniques to help you explain your obsession with Apple’s iPhone 4.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: a look back at Apple’s “antennagate”; our Top 5 desktop computers; a test-drive of the 2011 Ford Mustang GT500; and a How To for Firefox on your iPhone…sort of.
BY RICHARD LAYCOCK ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY Wanna fix the economy? Now you can give it a shot– on your iPhone or iPad. The European Central Bank- or ECB- has come up with a monetary policy game called Economia. According to Forbes– the app is just an update of ECB’s existing web version. “You’re asked to make sure that inflation in the Eurozone stays under 2% and you’re given the interest rate levels to twitch in order to do so.” But tweaking the interest rate is about all...
At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Mark Terry of Moo Cow Music demonstrates a new music application that enables users to create tunes using various instruments and the phone’s touch-screen pad. In the demo, Terry shows how a user can create a few riffs from Pink Floyd’s ‘Money’ with the music app.
The latest iPhone has been identified, AT&T and Verizon make nice, a porn app leaves the iPhone and a special music video featuring the I Am T-Pain App!
We’ll show you all new iOS 5 Beta features, Apple patents show us exactly what they’re thinking and Brian falls in love with the new MacBook Air.