Today at 9AM Pacific Time is the first Google keynote speech. We're in the crowd waiting in line for the door to open, along with about fifteen billion other people. But we will be giving you the big news first! We'll be ready with not only news, but analysis, and our thoughts on what the announcements mean. Ice Cream Sandwich? Google music service? Chrome? You'll see it first here. [Update: We're in, and its starting now!] Read The Full Story
It's CTIA 2011 day one, and we're waiting for Sprint's keynote to begin and the company's latest and greatest products to take the stage. We've already seen Samsung's new tablets, and we're expecting the HTC EVO View 4G to be Sprint's latest tablet, a version of the HTC Flyer. 3D is also on the cards, and in fact we've just been handed a pair of 3D glasses... Read The Full Story
Microsoft is tipped to present a number of new tablet PCs during CEO Steve Ballmer's CES 2011 keynote, with brands including Samsung and Dell expected to provide hardware running the Windows OS. According to the New York Times sources, one of the devices is a Samsung slate that's "similar in size and shape to the Apple iPad, although it is not as thin. It also includes a unique and slick keyboard that slides out from below for easy typing"; that fits in with rumors of the Samsung Gloria, a 10-inch Windows tablet rumored last week. Read The Full Story
Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 launch yesterday saw a huge number of devices being promised for a wide range of countries, and we can't blame you if you got overwhelmed. Happily Microsoft are helping us get back to basics with a typically-shouty Steve Ballmer and a video of the whole keynote launch, which you can see after the cut. Read The Full Story
Apple seem to have accidentally let slip their plans for the iWork suite on the iPhone 4, with a rapidly pulled screenshot of the new smartphone suggesting that users will be able to open presentations in their mobile Keynote app. The shot, from the Features section of the iPhone 4 pages, was soon replaced with another showing "Open in iBooks" functionality instead. Read The Full Story
You can't have missed the signs: WWDC 2010 is about to kick off, and SlashGear is over at http://live.slashgear.com/ running our customary liveblog of the whole Steve Jobs keynote. On the cards today is the new, fourth-generation iPhone - tentatively dubbed the iPhone HD - but there's also talk of desktop trackpads, Safari 5 and more. We'll obviously have full coverage on the SlashGear frontpage, but join us at http://live.slashgear.com/ to follow along with all the news as it happens!
Pushing out a press release confirming that CEO Steve Jobs will be taking to the stage at WWDC 2010 for the opening keynote is unlikely to save Apple from accusations of an over-talkative PR machine, but it all helps pave the way for a likely next-gen iPhone HD debut on June 7th. Jobs will be taking a break from dictating Apple's movements by email to open the developer conference at 10am PST, and SlashGear will be there to liveblog the whole thing. Read The Full Story