Leica cameras have always been a talking point when it comes to design – and now a company called Black DA has designed a really intriguing prototype that would turn your camera into the high-tech viewfinder of an actual Leica camera.
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Not to be outdone by kindergarten students in Maine, Charleston County School District in South Carolina has approved the purchase of iPad 2s for each student in Drayton Hall Elementary as well as another unnamed school in the district.
Pictures of what appear to be a modified iPhone were sent in to the guys at Mic Gadget. The pictures show a white iPhone with edge-to-edge glass and a slightly larger screen.
After a few appearances online on various websites, the white iPhone 4 has appeared in physical form at a Belgian retailer by the name of Van Roey.
TweetDeck today released version 2 of their popular Twitter iPhone app. Version 2.0 is a complete overhaul and includes a brand spanking new design that will make you go “ohhhh, yes, it is shiny”. The app was completely rebuilt and features some great enhancements and intuitive features.
It looks like Google and Apple will finally be able to air out the dirty location tracking laundry – in the US Senate.
BGR has gotten hold of a photo of a UPS shipping invoice that clearly shows 20 white iPhone 4s headed to an unnamed AT&T store, reportedly for this Wednesday, April 27.
Apple certainly is heading to the court rooms a lot these days. On April 22, Vikram Ajjampur, an iPhone user in Florida, and William Devito, a New York iPad customer, filed for a judge’s order to bar the collection of user location data on Apple’s iOS devices. They are also seeking to represent a class action lawsuit which could include up to 30 million iOS users in America.
With a simple software update US bookseller Barnes & Noble just turned their e-reader, the NOOK Color, into a full-fledged Android v 2.2 ‘Froyo’ tablet complete with apps and Adobe Flash for the bargain basement price of $249. This is a big deal.
Even though we just got new MacBook Pros, the rumors of the next update are upon us, with a new report claiming that the next model will feature a completely redesigned case construction.
There’s a lot to say about Flash. Personally, I see no reason to keep it around – it’s slow, bloated, and uses resources about as effectively as a starving man in a Twinkie factory. If you agree, read on to learn about some awesome HTML5 web games!
US President Barack Obama, known for his use of a Blackberry, recently admitted that he had an iPad. Until a recent photo from the White House Flickr account, however, nobody knew which one. As it turns out, it’s an iPad 2 3G!
Good Technology has released their latest report on mobile devices, indicating that iPads, iPhones, and Android handsets in the workplace have increased tremendously from December 2010 to March 2011.
With Apple’s World-Wide developer conference this summer coming up fast, it’s no surprise that Apple is ramping up development of OS X Lion in preparation for the summer release.
Having just finished their acquisition request for T-Mobile USA, AT&T has released a shorter version for the average Joe to read – and we recommend you do, since it involves AT&T finally owning up to their failure with the iPhone.
Steve Jobs has purportedly unleashed another one of his curt responses upon the tech world, this time responding to an iOS tracking question.