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A report claims that Intel will be releasing a Sand Bridge E processor, which is suitable for the Mac Pro update on November 15, 2011.
Turkish site, DonanimHaber, suggests that Intel will be releasing its high-end Sandy Bridge E processors on November 15. While not said in the report, server class Xeon versions of those processors – which would be candidates for inclusion in an updated Mac Pro lineup – are likely to ship at the same time.
Other rumors also suggest that the updated Mac Pro models might ship in early August, even though no suitable processors that are known to the public that is available for such refresh. It is noted last month that the rumored period of time came and went without even a single release, and reviewed Intel’s roadmap that pegged suitable processors for a release during the fourth quarter of 2011.Read the rest of the article »
News and rumors regarding PlayStation 4's launching date -- collated and revealed.
Although Sony’s current-generation PlayStation is yet grabbing the limelight at times, the manufacturer still continues to compete in the video game industry by launching new gaming consoles in the future. According to earlier reports, they have set their minds on planning and conceptualizing the anticipated PS successor, the PlayStation 4.
Since the PS4 issue has been leaked out, there are numerous rumors trying to reveal the console’s features, pricing, and release date. Unfortunately, until now, there are still no concrete and official reports regarding these details.
Thus, in order for you to become updated on this forthcoming device, GADG decided to mash-up the PlayStation 4 release date news that was disclosed since the day of its introduction.
Hit the jump to see the mash-up.Read the rest of the article »
DailyTech awakened a long-time running rumor that Apple might be entering the TV market with their Apple TV set top box.
The rumors about the launching of Apple TV set top box have been buzzing around the industry for over several years. And although Apple’s Steve Jobs and Tim Cook both declared before that there’s no possibility for the company to release 42″ and 50″ Plasmas in Apple Stores, DailyTech still brought back this hearsay.
DailyTech reported that it’s a former Apple executive who revealed the company’s partnership with an unknown electronics manufacturer, to create the TV set top box with Apple TV and iTunes features. The new TV sets would be marketed as Apple products, even though they’d be manufactured by a different company. Apple is now rumored to release their TV set top box by next year.Read the rest of the article »
Apple Store turns 10 today. So where’s the party?
Today is the 10th anniversary of the opening of the first Apple Store, and surely Apple won’t let it just pass by. While the company is keeping its announcements wrapped, BGR pulled some strings of rumors for an upcoming announcements.
What are those? See them all after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
“To my knowledge, there is no truth to this report of a list, or that Sony was offered an opportunity to purchase the list.” --- Patrick Seybold, SCEA Spokesperson
In a recent PlayStation blog “network security” update, Sony Computer Entertainment America spokesperson – Patrick Seybold – reiterated what Sony Deputy President -Kazuo Hirai – has said in last weekend’s press conference: Sony PSN (PlayStation Network) subscribers’ credit card information have not been breached.
Seybold then again expressed his deep apologies “to the many users who were inconvenienced and worried abut [sic] this situation” at the blog post.Read the rest of the article »
Will this be the next iPhone we've all been waiting to spend on?
Apple will begin production of its next generation iPhone this coming July and will be ready to be shipped in September, according to “three people familiar with the matter.”
Gadg and Apple followers have been through rumors over and over, but with this one coming from nothing less than Reuters, we may be on to something (or nothing if you’re nonchalant about the global news agency).View Article Source »
We won't get any iPhone 5 or iPad 3, but rumor mill begin to churn out something juicy for the mythical iOS 5: Voice command updates.
The Apple rumor mill has churned anew, as fruit followers believe that the company’s long-overdue iPhone voice commands are getting a much needed update on the iOS 5 this fall. Of course, this has yet to be confirmed by the company itself. But given how ancient iPhone’s voice command is compared to Google Android’s, the rumor may not be a far-off reality.
Over the past year, Apple acquired a personal assistant application called Siri. The app can look up places to go, and things to do along with travel information and even the weather conditions. More importantly, it utilizes voice commands. According to TechCrunch, Siri is now being deeply integrated to the iOS.If this happens, iOS’s voice commands will act more like some artificial intelligence that responds to voice.Read the rest of the article »
Will a 3G capable point-and-shoot camera bring the battered devices back into the game against improving smartphones?
Point-and-shoot cameras are currently on the marketing downfall as more convenient smartphones take casual photography center stage thanks to improved camera functionalities and apps that make picture-taking as easy as uploading them on the web. But it looks like Sony’s point-and-shoot camera department is getting ready to fight back as rumors share that the company [...]Read the rest of the article »
Nokia Windows Phone 7, is that you?
This Friday, Nokia plans to play another game. However, the big question is to whom they intend to team up?
It has been rumored that Nokia is said to have this partnership with titans of the industry Microsoft and Google. So are we expecting a Nokia Android phone or perhaps a Nokia Windows Phone 7? Bloomberg’s anonymous sources reported that they seem to agree that Nokia is in deep conversations with Microsoft, it also seems that they’re “close to announcing a software partnership.”
The rumors also said that Google could have been there, but they’re no longer favored for the job. So does this mean we’ll be seeing a WP7 phone with the Nokia emblem? Are you ready for the Micro-Kia?View Article Source »
WSJ excites people more with some news about the iPad 2. People just can't resist the temptation of Apple.
WSJ said that this next generation of Apple’s famous tablet is gifted with a faster processor and a better GOU. Not to mention larger memory space enclosed in a thinner and lighter package. The presence of the front-facing camera is also said to be incorporated on the deivice. With this, FaceTime is not far behind.
Just a word of advice: Spring may not be the perfect time to buy an iPad. Get the point?View Article Source »
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