The iPhone 4 is now available for preorder, Apple Insider reveals. You can buy the 16GB model with a two-year contract from AT&T for $199 and the 32GB model for $299.
The iPhone 4 pre-order launch did not go off without a few snags. At 6 a.m., Computerworld bloggers reported that the the US Apple [...]
Rumors about Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference occupy a vast part of media and online space now. Indications show that iPhone 4G is set to be released in WWDC 2010 while verizon iphone release will have to to wait.
More immediately, the iPhone 4G is expected to be unveiled and possibly launched during next week’s WWDC conference. [...]
From one Apple mobile device rumor to another; MacRumors are reporting that several of their sources have talked about the iPhone landing on carrier Sprint in September 2010. The tips follow on from rumblings heard by other sources, but so far nobody has taken any of the speculation especially seriously.
According to the report, Apple [...]
The next version of Google’s mobile operating system is expected to be launched at Google I/O next week, but details of Froyo, as Android 2.2 is known, are emerging early.
Adobe and Google have already confirmed Android 2.2 supports Flash 10.1, and rumors hold that Froyo will also reduce fragmentation.
TechCrunch is reporting today that Android [...]
On Monday, Sprint–America’s third largest wireless carrier–told Gizmodo it had changed its mind about joining Mountain View’s online handset store and offering service in tandem with the Googlephone. As recently as March, the carrier said that it would partner with Google on a version of the Nexus One known as, er, the N1.
The announcement [...]
Research in Motion (RIM) kicked off its WES 2010 event on Monday by unveiling the BlackBerry Pearl 3G and touting it as the phone for consumers upgrading from standard cell phones.
The new BlackBerry Pearl 3G, which is designed for AT&T and T-Mobile, is much more powerful than the free Pearls they’ve been giving out for [...]