US Best Buy Stores Will Sell The HP TouchPad For $99


According to cnet, a Best Buy manager in Los Angeles informed them that all Best Buy stores with the HP TouchPad in stock will offer them for as low as $99 when stores open tomorrow at 10:00 am. The manager also said that Best Buy only keeps a handful of devices in stock at any given time (less than 100) …

HP TouchPad Sale: Get Yours For $99 If Stores Aren’t Sold Out


On August 18th, HP revealed that they will sever themselves from all ties to the PC world and that they will stop manufacturing webOS devices (including the HP TouchPad). Well, last night the 16GB HP TouchPad’s price dropped from $399 to $99 on HP’s website! Due to this massive savings, HP sold the rest of their TouchPad inventory in the …

AT&T Vice President Supposedly Confirms October iPhone 5 Launch


According to BGR’s “high-level sources” at AT&T, the iPhone 5 will be available to customers in early October. They claim that high-up AT&T employees told managers to prepare their stores for a “really, really busy” iPhone 5 release: One of our high-level AT&T sources just informed us that an AT&T Vice President has confirmed to several employees that the iPhone …

iOS 5 Beta 6 Features And Changes


Because Apple has reserved the right to look at the “Notes and Known Issues” for iOS 5 beta 6 to developers, I have taken the liberty of copying down the entire document – just incase you’re curious:

iOS 5 Beta 6 Has Been Released


 Apple has just seeded iOS 5 beta 6 to developers! Please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple! UPDATE: Click here to see all of the changes iOS 5 beta 6 brings to the table!

Apple Slows Down iPhone Production Due To Economic Concerns


About a week ago, Digitimes reported that Apple was planning on manufacturing roughly 56 million iPhone units (this number includes the unreleased iPhone 5) for the third and fourth quarter of 2011. Digitimes now claims that Apple has scaled down iPhone production for the second half of 2011 due to economic concerns:

HP Quits The PC Business And They Will Shut Down WebOS


According to The Wall Street Journal, HP (formally known as Hewlett-Packard) is about to announce that they will spin off their personal computer business (not including praters, storage and networking devices). In a recently released statement from BusinessWire, HP has officially confirmed that their board members have authorized: “the exploration of strategic alternatives for its Personal Systems Group (PSG) which could include “a …