MacRumors is reporting that The Wall Street Journal has updated their previous story about Apple working on smaller iPhone, by adding new details. According to their report, the new smaller iPhone will sport an edge-to-edge touch-screen display, along with voice based navigation for the native Maps App.
It’s all kicking off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, with Samsung going on an announcement spree. Called the Galaxy Tab 10.1 there are no prizes for guessing how big the new tablet is, with the screen playing host to 1280×800 itsy-bitsy pixels. Sat behind that nice large screen you’ll find a 1GHz Dual-Core Tegra 2 CPU alongside your choice of either 16 or 32GB of storage.
There are new rumors for the iPhone 5 Nano, After we were given the announcement, that iPhone 5 is really going to go cheap by giving us the cheapest iPhone on the market, This time we have announcement that Steve Jobs will be doing the release announcement this coming April or June according to an Apple Insider.
It seems not a single day goes by without there being more “Geohot Vs Sony” lawsuit news these days, and here’s the latest. According to Wired, Geohot (or George Hotz to his Mother) has been ordered to provide Sony with his computer’s hard drive by U.S. District Judge Susan Illston. The whole sordid affair is related to Sony suing the 21 year old hacker after he successfully hacked the PlayStation 3 and made the tools available online. Obviously Sony wasn’t pleased by the Robin Hood act and took steps to put an end to it. The hard drive request is the next step in proceedings.