Apple replacing Intel chips in Macs?

In a latest report, Apple might be preparing to replace Intel chips with it’s own processors in future versions of Apple computers. Traditionally Apple used to run on chips manufactured by Motorola and IBM, before it switched to Intel for their higher speed performance. Although Intel’s processors are powerful, they are power hungry. That is…

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Motorola sued over Xoom trademark

According to PC Mag, Motorola was sued by Xoom Corp. for using the company’s trademark to name it’s newly released tablet Xoom. Xoom Corp. is worried, when searching for Xoom in Google, Motorola’s Xoom comes on top of the company website xoom.com – registered in 2003. The company registered Xoom trademark on December 14, 2004….

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Xoom to be released on February 24, no immediate Flash support

One of the biggest reason people might opt Xoom over iPad, Adobe Flash support, might not be available at the time of its release on February 24, 2011. The Android 3.0-based tablet The "fully Flash-enabled" tablet has a fine print at the bottom of the page that reads “Adobe Flash expected Spring 2011.” Screenshots from…

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Motorola has started defending Xoom price even before it is released

Since childhood I was taught to starts "defending" when I start to loose a battle or when winning is difficult. In that context, I found it surprising that Motorola has has already started defending price tag of Xoom, even before it is released. A $800 for a 4G version and $600 for a WiFi version…

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Sue flowchart in Mobile industry

Today, Motorola announced that it has filed suit against Apple for patent infringement. In this contest, a Guardian‘s colorful flow-chart showing who is suiting who in the mobile industry, looked interesting. Are these companies playing kids’ games? It looks like, the companies sue when they can’t beat the company in the receiving end. I loved…

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Apple’s latest antenna target – Droid X

After the report published by Consumer Reports about the iPhone 4 antenna problem, it seems, Apple has taken the issue a bit more seriously. After the iPhone 4 press conference last week, Apple has posted a few new pages on the issue in its website including, new antenna performance page. The page highlights how several…

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