The next iPhone may be a month away, claims AllThingsD
Suddenly it seems like every tech titan wants to be in the game console business.
A recent report by the Wall Street Journal claims that the new iPad Mini “will likely feature a high-resolution screen.”
Bloomberg reports that Facebook “plans to sell TV-style commercials on its site for as much as $2.5 million a day, two people familiar with the matter said.”
News flash: Apple reported to be doing exactly what you’d expect any company to.
A dose of common sense goes a long way when it comes to Apple rumors.
Bloomberg reports that Apple “is seeking a trademark for ‘iWatch’ in Japan,” stoking rumors that the company is working on a wrist-worn gadget meant to augment certain iPad and iPhone features.
Who isn’t making a game system/smartwatch/media box?
There’s a Facebook event this Thursday – our own Harry McCracken will be there covering it – but TechCrunch thinks it might already know what’s going to be announced.
Apple may unveil a streaming music service at WWDC next week.
In which I follow up on my May 2012 story on the Taipei-based news site’s famously untrustworthy Apple reporting.
Here’s what we know — and what we think we know — about Motorola’s next flagship phone.