According to news reports, Bell Mobility is organising a special launch party in Montreal on May 27 and it is there that they will be releasing the new HTC Legend smartphone.
The Canadian carrier is yet to declare a formal launch date, but a launch party is definitely a good sign.
The HTC Legend is likely to be shipped in early June, but that would still put the Canadian debut of the HTC Legend in front of American carriers.
It is speculated that the smartphone will supposedly be released in Canada near the end of the month.
It was informed lately that on 12th May 2010, skobbler which is Germany's best selling iPhone navigation application would be launches in UK today, at a price of £1.19. Around 150,000 applications had already been sold. Because of this satellite navigation application the motorists and pedestrians are able to update maps faster than before.
An irritated passenger who joked on the micro-blogging website Twitter about blowing his local airport 'sky high' has been convicted and has been slapped with a fine of 1,000 pounds.
Twenty-six-year old Paul Chambers sent a menacing message on Twitter that he would blow Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster sky high after authorities had to close the airport due to bad weather and heavy snow in January.
Briton who tried to place a pre-order for Apple’s iPad since last night will not be able to get the unit of the much-awaited device until June 7th, ten days later than the previously announced date of May 28th.
However, those who pre-ordered earlier will still get iPads on the previous mentioned date, May 28th.
Earlier, Apple had announced that iPad would hit nine international markets viz. France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Australia, Canada, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on May 28th.
From the recent reports it was observed that Cisco Systems were all set to report higher earnings on a 25% revenue gain which emphasized the rebound in the corporate technology market.
On Wednesday's closing bell Cisco was set to report fiscal third quarter financials.
According to a consensus survey by FactSet Research, analysts expected earnings from the networking of 39 cents a share, on revenue of $10.2 billion.
In the rush to take over Oracle Corp. in software for wireless Internet transactions, SAP AG has acquired Sybase Inc. for $5.8 billion.
With Sybase on their side, SAP has added software that would help the corporate customers run applications on their mobile devices.
To counter the sales downward trends, newly appointed SAP AG's Co-Chief Executive Officers Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe have bought the company.
According to published reports on Wednesday, a sample iPhone 4G is power-driven by an Apple processor similar to the one used in the iPad.
If reports are correct, the iPhone 4G would utilize a version of the A4 processor, a potent chip that Apple originally used for the iPad.
On Wednesday, iFixit said that the iPhone 4G model leaked on a Vietnamese website utilizes a chip, which has markings comparable to the iPad's A4 processor.
On Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. started retailing the latest version of its Office set of software, in a trial if one of its most lucrative businesses can persist to flourish in the face of an inexpensive online substitute from Google Inc.
Microsoft launches Office 2010 to business consumers today, and it will be available to users next month.
Office is still a major product for the software biggie, but it witnesses an actual danger from Google.
The copyright battles are getting wild in the cellphone device marketplace, and they might lead to growing costs for mobile manufacturers and higher device prices for wireless carriers and customers.
Until now, this year, Apple and HTC, two of the most inventive smartphone manufacturers, have become enmeshed in a more patent-linked lawsuit than in all of 2007, and they are on the road to surpass their own 2008 and 2009 records, according to Bloomberg data.
Passing the bar has always been a common game, among humans. One very recent example is of, Russel Wortley, a South Australian Member of Parliament, who called for greater information, on how mobile phone bill rates are calculated and charged.
The problem originally commenced, when he was hit by a phone bill amounting to $10,000, as a consequence of his son downloading football games into his mobile phone without permission.
In a big week for digital cameras, Canon Australia made an announcement yesterday about the latest addition to its IXUS digital compact collection, the IXUS 300 HS.
The time of the launch is important since it came on similar day when Sony launched the NEX-3 and MEX-5 cameras, that firm’s flashy entrance into the hybrid digital image market that overpasses compact DSC and DSLR customers.
Imminent telecommunications structural reorganization may be intended at lessening authoritarian complication, but that has not congested the competition supervisory body being given an added $24 million Budget boost up, in order to control the new troubles and new complications that will land with the National Broadband Network.
Sony has eventually made good on its guarantee of mirror less, interchangeable-lens compressed cameras. We have seen a few mock-ups of the slab-like cameras back in the month of February, and now Sony’s reply to the Micro Four Thirds and Samsung’s NX1 is available.
First, the NEX-3 and NEX-5 are tiny. Sony informs that these cameras are the world’s tiniest, most light weighed and interchangeable-lens cameras, and they may be correct.
The price of the much awaited Sony’s PlayStation Move controller has been leaked in Canada.
The price that was spotted on a Canadian website, Gamestop is about $59.99. Industry experts claim that the price is very similar to the pricing of its US counterparts.
Reports claim that on the basis of the mentioned price, the motion controller would cost merely £40 UK.
Based on the current price that reflects on the website, people are speculating that in UK customers would pay less than £100 for the PS3 add-on on its own.
Brocade, the network infrastructure vendor has managed to introduce a lot of programs for its channel base. The programs are aimed to help address evolving networking requirements.
One of the programs is a 10 GbE migration rebate program, which helps partners to provide customers with a high performance, lucrative solution to future-proof their networks.