Apple has finally announced new important updates to their iPod Touch range today at the Apple event. Disappointingly, all the rumors about having an iPod Touch with a camera were untrue (or is Apple saving it for later on?). Though no major physical differences, users will be happy to hear that the 8GB iPod Touch has had a significant drop in pricing, it is effectively from now available at the Apple Store online for $199 (£149 on the UK Store).
Looks like the prayers of many PlayStation fans have been answered. As some of you may have noticed, it has not been without a treacherous journey of leaked images, rumors and debates. The latest PlayStation or PS3 Slim game console will boast a 120GB hard drive. At a press conference ahead of the 2009 games convention – Games Com – in Cologne, Sony Entertainment has announced it is to reduce the price of its PlayStation 3 games consoles, this will apply to all consoles in stock effective immediately.
Newest to arrive the App Store is the TomTom GPS application for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. Versions specific for countries can now be found, these include the US and Canada, UK and Ireland, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Though pricing may be an issue for some with its App Store prices ranging from $79.99 to $139.99, it does mean that iPhone users will now have more choices when it comes to choosing the most suitable turn-by-turn GPS car navigation application. Continue reading »
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While no official date is yet available for those in the States, it looks like the 9th of July will be the date in which the Snapdragon chipset powered Toshiba TG01 will soon be officially unveiled here in the UK. It’s slim, powerful and runs on 256MB of RAM, the TG01 was first revealed to the world at this year’s MWC.
With a 4.1-inch WVGA (800 x 480) touchscreen display, the TG01 packs the quality specs of a potential iPhone killer; WiFi, GPS, 3.2-megapixel camera and 3G data connectivity all within its only 10mm-thick body.