Amazon Finally Unveils Kindle Fire HD & HDX tablets in Australia. The e-commerce tycoon is launching the Kindle Fire HD and HDX in Australia just few days after the release of its Kindle paperwhite.
According to a report from Bloomberg early today, Apple is being developed a pair of bigger iPhones at 4.7 and 5.5 inches. That in itself isn't news - bits of gossip of iphones bigger than the present 4 inches have been in the factory for a long time
The Windows Phone 8 smartphone was appear on a Microsoftstore.com Web page as shipping a week earlier, on Nov. 15, however Microsoft suddenly hide the Web page and said the posting was untimely.
A week ago, different sources confirmed to us that Motorola might make its Motomaker service accessible to the Verizon form of the Moto X on November 11. Today, a presentation page for the device.
WASHINGTON: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) pays At&t more than $10 million a year to support with abroad counter-terrorism examinations by misusing the company's huge database of telephone records
Comcast announced a major relaunch of its Xfinity TV Player App, now called Xfinity Tv Go. The new Xfinity Tv Go application empowers users to stream up to 35 Tv stations on their Apple and Android devices including smartphones and tablets
AT&T Nokia Lumia 1520 to launch November 15 for $199 in United States. Microsoft Store is currently accepting pre-orders with a launch date of November 15.
AT&T announced to launch U-verse with Gigapower ultra-fast broadband service in Austin.. The service will achieve countless customers. AT&T isn't disclose pricing of its new super fast internet service until next month.
AT&T U-verse is keeping up its solid momentum in the pay-TV business by passing Verizon FiOS and closing in on the biggest cable TV service provider like Comcast, Time Warner and Cox
T-Mobile announced to launch Google Nexus 5 4G LTE smartphone in United States. Nexus 5 is fully loaded Android 4.4 Os (Kit Kat) smartphone
Samsung announced five new app development kits (SDKs) to help developers create apps exclusively for its devices at its first ever developers conference in San Francisco.
AT&T needs a bit of the European wireless market, and acquiring Vodafone may be the ticket. Bloomberg reports that AT&T is as of now "mapping out a strategical technique" to buy the titan European telecom organization.