The other day we heard that Sony Ericsson had decided to drop Symbian from their smartphone line up, and would be concentrating more on smartphones running Google’s Android OS.
Now it seems that Sony Ericsson will also be producing smartphones that run Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 OS.
If you are looking for a more cost effective way to to power your Apple Magic Mouse rather than using throwaway batteries. The new Mobee Magic Charger will help you keep your Apple Magic Mouse topped up on a 100 percent charge, wirelessly by the use of induction.
We have featured quite a few different MacBook decals here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest ones were sent in by the guys over at Gold Lotus graphics.
And these are a great way to give your MacBook an individual look, some of the ones available include, Pokeball, Yoda, Superman and even Wolverine.
Within the new beta 2 of iOS 4.2 for iPad a discovery has been made that contradicts reports from Apple that the iPad would not receive a tethering feature.
Tethering would allow you to share the iPads Internet connect with other devices, saving you the cost of multiple connections.
However 9to5 Mac have discovered that if you are using a iPhone 3GS Apple may already have HDR capabilities ready for in their next update for you. The evidence also looks like Apple had planned HDR support for the 3GS from the beginning.
At the TechCrunch Disrupt conference today PayPal has unveiled a new check deposit system that it will soon be adding to its iPhone PayPal App.
The new feature allows you to take photos of both the front and back of the check with the iPhone’s camera, PayPal will then add this amount to your PayPal balance.
German smartphone site BestBoyz have managed to get their hand on some leaked product shots of the new HTC Mondrian Windows Phone 7 smartphone.
According to their anonymous source, the HTC Mondrian is headed to an unnamed German carrier, unfortunately we dont have very many details about the handset.
We are expecting Logitech to start selling their new Google TV set top box, the Logitech Revue any day now, as it looks like Logitech has started to ship them out to major retailers.
It seems that Logitech has started shipping their Google TV devices, to companies like Best Buy, which could mean that we will see them hit the stores very soon.