iPhone 5 shipments to approach 30 million units this year

Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn has reportedly ramped up iPhone 5 production as the next-generation smartphone finally approaches launch next month. There has been cases of Foxcon workers dying and lack of compensations but here is some new info.Citing anonymous industry sources, DigiTimes reports that production of Apple’s ... Continue Reading →

Sony’s PSP Go price dropped to $150

Sony in a move to increase sales has cut the price of PSP Go.Its 16GB, download-only console now has a permanent $150 price, matching Best Buy’s sale from late last year. The reduction is the second official drop of 50$ for the PSP Go since October, when it fell another $50(not to mention a $40 price cut to the regular PSP just last week).Sony ... Continue Reading →

Next-gen iPhone 5 to come with a Dual Core processor,iPad 2 to come with a SD card slot

Are you waiting for the Verizon iPhone 4 ? Are you dying to get your hands on one then hold on for a moment, why not check out the the next-gen iPhone 5 has to offer to you.According to the latest batch of rumours, the iPhone 5 will have a new A5 multi-core processor (based on Cortex A9). For graphics,  the iPhone 5 will use the PowerVR SGX543 by Imagination ... Continue Reading →

Best Buy offering free mobile hotspots with iPad purchase

Are you planning to pay Verizon an extra $130 for an iPad + MiFi 2200 bundle eh? Think again because Best Buy’s planning to give away hotspots free of charge when you purchase Apple’s tablet. This advertisement, obtained by 9to5 Mac, does mention that you’ll need to shackle yourself to a carrier for two years to qualify — unlike ... Continue Reading →

Nexus S sees UK SIM-free price chopped to £430

If you are in the process of buying a Nexus S from the UK this Christmas then here is some attactive pricing courtest Carphone Warehouse slashing the SIM-free purchase option to a sweet £429.99 ($668).Contract-saddled pricing has also taken a tumble, as the Nexus S can now be had for free on two-year agreements costing £30 ($47) per month. Good news ... Continue Reading →