Apple have announced the dates for their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2010), which will kick off on June 7th 2010 and offer coders the first ever iPad development sessions together with working labs for iPhone OS 4. Registration for the five day event is now open, with sessions including "Using HTML5 Local Data Storage" and "Integrating Ads with iAd".
Sprint's first quarter 2010 financial results are out, and they don't make for happy reading if you're a shareholder of the carrier. The company has reported net operating revenues of $8.1 billion, working out to a net loss of $865 million, while it's still haemorrhaging subscribers too: 75,000 net jumped ship in the three month period. Still, Sprint are managing to make lemonade out of the numbers: that 75k loss, for instance, is a whopping 670,000 fewer than their disastrous Q1 2009 results, net revenues were up and they've still got $4.4bn in cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments.
When it comes to cooling the CPU inside your computer, most machines use an old-fashioned fan and a heat sink. There are some enthusiasts that use large liquid cooling systems with huge copper water blocks and massive radiators with several fans but those systems are expensive and bulky.
It's very rare to find a webcam today that is on eye level with the person using it. That means when you make video calls or have video chat session you end up looking up to the person or down on them depending on where the webcam is located.
Sagem's Puma phone has cleared the FCC this week, but don't get too excited; an official debut in the US is still some ways off. The 2.8-inch touchscreen handset - which is heavily skinned with Puma-themed content and apps - currently lacks US 3G support, unsurprising given Sagem themselves told us earlier this month that an official US launch wasn't expected until the first half of 2011.
My wife can't be away from Farmville more than half an hour at most without going into fits to harvest her crops. She actually didn’t want to go buy a new car because it would mean we would be gone when harvest time came around. She has a small netbook that she carries to friends houses so they can harvest together.
Samsung is big in the electronics and handset industries and makes lot of the hardware and components inside many of the devices on the market. Samsung has unveiled what it claims to be the industry's first multi-chip package using PRAM chips for mobile phones.