An interesting study was just released by Retrevo which indicates that a startling 34% of iPhone 4 owners are confused to what “4″ actually means. iPhone owners who had an iPhone 3G knew that the 3G actually stood for 3G so that is where the confusion has stemmed from. iPhone 4 owners think that the 4 means 4G. Details inside:read more
TiVo recently released a new app which allows you to control your Tivo DVR or non-TiVo DVR for free on the iPhone. We’ve seen the app for the iPad already, but now it’s available right in your pocket allowing you to Schedule TV show/movie recordings and ongoing (Season Pass) recordings, together with the ability to browse the channel guide without interrupting the show you’re currently watching at home. More details inside:read more
Well just when you thought you were getting a fantastic deal through Netflix for one movie out at a time and streaming it through you XBOX 360, Playstation 3, Wii, or other Blu-Ray/DVD Player, think again. According to the Netflix Blog on their website, you will now have your choice, pay $7.99 a month to stream movies (No-DVD), get your DVD by mail for the same price (No-Streaming), or pay about 60% more to do both over the old price of $9.99 a month, and now pay $15.98 a month. This really is rough for those that currently customers accustom to doing both, and are about to pay a bunch more just to see the newer movies on DVD. More details on the change inside.read more
Well this is a nice twist in the case against Samsung and Apple, now Samsung says Apple is using it’s previous lawyers.
Apple is using the law firm Bridges & Mavrakakis and the specific lawyers from the firm have previously represented Samsung. This is where the problem comes in, Samsung believes that the lawyers Apple is using have too much information on Samsung patent strategy that another lawyer wouldn’t have. Read more details insideread more
Rumors have set the internet ablaze today with the announcements, or rumors, swirling that you can, under the Windows 8 Operating System on PC, play XBOX 360 games on your home computer. Though Microsoft has not actually announced anything about this yet, according to numerous sites including that of Velocity Gamer, there will be no shortage of play when it comes to games under the new operating system. That is because all games from the XBOX 360 platform as well as XBOX Live games will be playable on your console, of course, as well as your home computer/laptop.read more