According to Foxconn’s founder, Terry Gou, the company is working hard to partially replace their human workforce with one million robots. For those of you that don’t know, Foxconn manufactures components for Apple, Nokia and Sony devices.
According to several reliable sources, Apple is starting to run low on iPhone 3GS supplies and the company is reducing the amout of old iPhone’s that ship to certain countries. What’s even more surprising is the fact that the iPhone 3GS has completely disappeared from a certain international carrier’s database!
Is Launchpad so full and cluttered that you’ve completely given up using the new addition to Lion all together? If so, you should check out Launchpad Control – it’s a free application that will easily allow you to customize which apps appear in your Launchpad! Follow these three easy steps to get Launchpad Control working on your Mac:
This is the thirty-second episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and up-to-date technology related news and rumors to my readers/viewers. In this episode I discuss the leaked iPhone 5 picture, the iPhone 4 unlock for iOS 4.3.5, 802.22 WiFi and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Starting on October 1st (2011), AT&T users will start seeing reduced data speeds: A new change for AT&T Wireless’ Unlimited Data subscribers will soon be taking place. Rumored to be starting in the first week of October, we’ve heard that AT&T will start throttling the data speeds of the network’s top data hogs. As Verizon (PDF) and Virgin have recently done, AT&T will be adopting …
Today IEEE, the company that supervises WiFi technology development, announced the next generation WiFi: 802.22. This new technology is designed to transfer wireless data (up to 22Mbps) over distances up to 60 miles! The technology takes advantage of television bands without compromising the reception of existing TV stations:
Microsoft and Google have been at each other’s throats lately over the whole Office 365 vs. Gmail/Google Docs debate. This time Microsoft took a bold move by openly producing and releasing a video (above) that clearly makes fun of Google and their ad placement strategies.
9to5Mac has received a blurry and pixilated picture of someone “heading home from San Francisco” while holding an alleged iPhone 5. There are three things wrong with this picture that make me question its validity: 1. The picture is extremely pixilated and blurry making it impossible to know for sure if it’s really an iPhone 5. 2. It looks as …