Sony’s NGP (Next Generation Portable) device was officially announced at Sony’s E3 presentation. It’s called the Sony PlayStation Vita and it will include an OLED touch screen display,dual analog joysticks,front and rear cameras and the back side of the device can also accept touch input.
TUAW‘s sources have discovered references to new iDevices, specifically “iPad3,1″ and “iPad3,2″ as well as , “iPhone4,1″ and “iPhone4,2″ (Currently, the firmware for the iPhone 4 reefers to it as “iPhone3,1″ and “iPhone3,3″). It’s not unusual for people to stumble upon codes and names for new Apple products inside of iOS betas – it has […]
As most of you know, iOS 5 beta 1 was released yesterday after WWDC – with a public release planned this fall. It appears that the iPhone 3GS was left out of some key features in the Photo app according to 9to5Mac: The camera app features grid lines and lets you lock the exposure and […]
Coming in 2012, Nintendo’s next-generation home console will provide a “deeper game experience” that will offer “something for everyone” – it’ll be dubbed the Wii U! A variety of new control methods will be made available through their strange new controller which has a built in 6.2-inch touchscreen.
Looking for all of the great features in the three major releases Apple announced today – but, you don’t want to have to read through everything or watch an hour long video? Well, I’ve summarized all of the key points for iOS 5, iCloud and OS X Lion – check out the video about and […]
The Final version of Mac OSX Lion was finally unveiled during Apple’s WWDC. Apple’s Senior VP of Worldwide Product Marketing, Phil Schiller, took the stage to announce 10 new key features, a month of release and a price.
John Gruber at Daring Fireball has recently published his predictions for iCloud and WWDC. If one sentence could sum up what he thinks iCloud can offer, it would be this: “Don’t think of iCloud as the new MobileMe; think of iCloud as the new iTunes”. In Gruber’s notes, he reminds us that in order to sync […]
Apple stated previously that they are planning one of their product launches (which involves visual updates) for the morning of June 14th. While this could very well be the launch of iCloud or just a minor update that they announce at WWDC, sources have indicated that we won’t be dissapointed and there is a strong […]