Nortel Patents Bought By Tech Consortium for $4.5 Billion

Friday, July 1st, 2011
 
Canadian telecom equipment maker Nortel filed for bankruptcy protection in June of 2009. But it seems that it may still be able to make money with is veritable collection of patent licenses. The Nortel patents cache have attracted quite a number of other tech companies eager to get hold of the stash. Google offered around $900 million for it last April. But Nortel may be on the verge of giving those patent license
 

New Study Says Antenna Problem Unique To iPhone 4

Monday, August 2nd, 2010
 
Apple has recently gone through certain hitches with the launch of its new iPhone 4. There were complaints regarding the new smart phone having problems regarding its signal when handled a certain way. Apple at first tried to downplay the issue by not commenting on it at all. But the issue just became bigger and bigger that staying silent no longer became an option. And as most people may have already heard, Apple
 

Apple Finally Addresses Issue With iPhone 4

Monday, July 19th, 2010
 
In what may have taken a long time for Apple to admit it, but CEO Steve Jobs finally did on its recent press conference with invited media last Friday. The signal problem issue has continuously grown over the past several weeks, mainly because Apple did not seem to put a valid reason when consumers really have wanted one. The several weeks of silence on the issue make it bigger than it really would have been. Stev
 

Apple To Address iPhone 4 Issues Friday, Possibly

Thursday, July 15th, 2010
 
There are reports saying that Apple may be holding a press conference this Friday. It will be attended by selected invited guests from the press. Although no word on what the press conference would be tackling, it is reported that it may involve the new Apple iPhone 4. Finally, Apple may be addressing an issue on the iPhone 4 that has gone too long without being resolved effectively. The said serious issue about t
 

Apple iPhone 4 Selling Amid A Flood Of Complaints

Friday, June 25th, 2010
 
It seems that not all may be as smooth sailing for the iPhone 4 this time. Yes, the Apple store launch is still crowded with lines upon lines of people who wish to become the early adopters of the device. The iPhone 4 sales are still a thing to behold with the devices taken off shelves the moment they are displayed. But amid the long lines of people and the brisk sales for the iPhone 4 come a flood of complaints f
 

Adobe Flash Player Now Available On Android Mobile

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
 
Adobe Flash had been around a lot of talks lately, with most of it coming of issues regarding whether it is suitable for use on smart phones. This issue is brought up by no other than Apple with its widely known stand against implementing the software on its products. But apart from that episode, Adobe forges on by making the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 available for mobile phones. Adobe has just recently released the
 

Demand For iPhone 4 Leads To Pre-Order System Paralysis

Monday, June 21st, 2010
 
The popularity for all things Apple never ceases to amaze. It seems that every product that Apple tries to launch is met with great interest and anticipation. A good example would be the Apple iPad which has recently reached more than 2 million units sold and still increasing. And an upcoming one would be the next generation iPhone 4 which is set to be launched this week. The anticipation for the iPhone 4 is consi
 

Apple iPhone 3GS Now Only $97 At Walmart

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
 
Apple has finally agreed to somehow make their highly popular iPhone 3GS more affordable for more people, that is, people who buy it from the discount store giant Walmart . The company somehow went along with Walmart bringing down the iPhone 3GS price at their various discount retail stores to only US$97. This might be considered quite a slash down since the iPhone 3GS 16 GB version may still retail for as much