The Canadian government is basically mandating that wireless carriers shorten contracts to two years by eliminating any ETFs after 24 months. This basically levels the playing field with our American counterparts who’ve had that kind of freedom for years.
It’s finally happened. Blackberry is brining BBM, their mobile messaging service to iOS and Android. Though many (ourselves included) have called for thus move in the past, with the rise of iMessage and alternatives like What’s App, it may be too little too late.
Iris scanning (not to be confused with Retina Scanning) is hitting the mainstream. A new handheld device slightly larger than an iPhone is being used by customs agents and some law enforcement agencies for quick, easy biometric scanning. And the “best” part? You know those long range iris scans seen in minority report?
They’re not so far away…
Google now has just become available for the iPhone, bringing one of Google’s most advanced services over to one of its most heated rivals.
Getting rid of Samsung as a processor supplier and, at the same time, capturing the crown jewel of the American semiconductor industry. How could Apple resist the temptation to solve its cash problem and make history again?
Tickets to Apple’s WWDC event sold out in 2 minutes. Part of a larger trend of selling out faster and faster each year.
Apple has announced that WWDC will be held June 10th through the 14th this year. In a new move, the company also announced the pre-sale date for tickets. April 25th at 1pm Eastern. Better act quick if you want to go, tickets sold out in 2 hours last year!
Osito for iPhone has just come out of Beta. The service offers Google Now Style alerts to iPhone users based on their location and information from their e-mail.
If the technology proves to be good, they could find themselves on the path to acquisition.