harp has officially confirmed that it will be shipping the screens for the next iPhone this month at a special press briefing in Tokyo. Unfortunately, that’s about all we know for sure about the screen as Sharp President Takashi Okuda took a “no comment” stance on other questions about the screen such as its dimensions.
It seems that companies are tired of waiting around for the IEEE to ratify the 802.11n standard, so in the meantime, just about every company that produces wireless networking gear is jumping the gun, as it were. Well, the good people of Belkin are unleashing their new N1 line of goodies based on 802.11n draft […]
Siri functionality has gained enormous popularity since day one of its appearance on the iPhone 4s. For “some reason”, the Siri service is not officially available for the owners of original iPhone 4.