Rumors

Disturbance in the Force: Big Changes Coming at LucasArts?

Kotaku‘s reporting that big shake-ups may be happening at the video game arm of George Lucas’ empire.

Among them are the alleged cessation of any further external development parterships, like the one with Traveller’s Tales. The two companies jointly produce the Lego Star Wars and Lego Indiana Jones games. Kotaku’s sources also cite …

How Would Apple Position an 11.6-inch MacBook Air?

We’re going to have to connect some dots on this one, but let’s explore how Apple might go about selling an 11.6-inch version of its ultraportbale MacBook Air notebook.

For starters, an analyst named Keith Bachman reportedly said in a recent research report that Apple will be announcing two new MacBook Air models at its press …

Apple Rumors Suggest New iPods, Smaller iPad, and More

Ah yes, more Apple rumors. About as dependable in frequency as they are undependable in accuracy, they must all be reported no matter what. This latest round comes from iLounge, who cites a “highly reliable source” while cautioning us to “take this report with the requisite grains of salt.” They do pretty good work over there at …

Sprint ‘Peel’ FCC Sighting Suggests 3G iPod Touch Case

Well this is interesting. Back in April, Sprint caused a bit of buzz by promoting an iPad case that converted a built-in superfast 4G data connection into a Wi-Fi signal for use with up to five devices. The idea was that you could plop your Wi-Fi iPad into the case and use Sprint’s connection for data on the go.

In reality, it was …

RIM Stokes BlackBerry Tablet Rumors with BlackPad.com

I can’t imagine that Research in Motion (RIM), makers of the venerable BlackBerry smartphone, would name a tablet the BlackPad but, hey, just about everyone and their mother railed against the “iPad” name at first.

Whatever the case, the Waterloo, Ontario company recently purchased the domain BlackPad.com, as evidenced in a WHOIS …

Bloomberg’s Sources Say Verizon iPhone In January

According to Bloomberg and its two sources, Verizon will begin offering the iPhone in January when AT&T’s exclusivity contract ends on the Apple device. Does this rumor hold water? It’s anyone’s guess at this point, but recent reports suggest that AT&T’s reign of terror could end in January.

The best part of Bloomberg’s …

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