There has been an increasing amount of reports that the iPad 2 is backlight that bleeds. This is much the same issue that the iPhone 4 had when first released. Check out the video below created by David W. Martin, showing the issue.
So as you can see, this is a problem that Apple are once again going to have to deal with and quickly. Check out the full report by David here:
There have been leaked images of a multi-touch screen that is in the works from Acer:
After the leaked pictures of the Nokia N9 the speculations about spec are out:
Some preliminary, unofficial specs of the Nokia N9 smartphone have been leaked thanks to NokNok. The aluminum-bodied MeeGo device will purportedly get a four-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 800×480 — up from 640×360 on most Nokia phones — and will be powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon. There may otherwise be 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM and 64GB of storage space. A 32GB microSDHC memory card could add further space
Read the rest of the report here:
The US Marshals Service on Friday arrested Apple worldwide supply manager Paul Shin Devine for money laundering and wire fraud relating to leaking iPhone and iPod secrets. Officials accused Devine of taking over $1 million in illegal payments from iPhone and iPod accessory makers in return for internal data that helped them negotiate better terms with Apple. It’s unclear what was transmitted from what the San Jose Mercury News had learned, but the companies were material suppliers from mainland China and Taiwan, South Korea and Devine’s native Singapore.
9to4mac.com have posted in-depth details about the iPod Touch getting FaceTime. We mentioned in a previous post that we think that this would make sense and also showed you a possible hardware leak, showing a Touch with front a front facing camera.
Check out the interesting report from 9 to5Mac here:
Adobe today started shipping Flash 10.1 for Mobile. The initial release is targeted at devices running Android 2.2 and, initially, will only work with the Nexus One. However, it did inadvertently confirm a number of Android 2.2 upgrades for a handful of other devices that would let them run Flash, including the Dell Streak, Motorola’s Droid and Milestone, HTC’s Desire, Droid Incredible and Evo 4G, and the Samsung Galaxy S.
The rest of the report can be found here:
Read more: http://www.electronista.com/articles/10/06/22/adobe.outs.mobile.flash.10.only.for.android.22/#ixzz0rb1TvLEz