We’ve got a hands-on review of Facebook Home and the HTC first, in addition to the run down of the variations between Facebook Phone and Facebook Home at the HTC handset. We have an in depth piece at the Facebook Home lockscreen, and it sort of feels advertisements will eventually be a part of the system. You could take a look at what Zuckerberg needed to say; we’ve detailed the Chat Heads messaging system, in addition how you can get Facebook Home.
BlackBerry 10 event wrap-up. Be sure you read during the hands-on posts, as it seems that BlackBerry is doing a little interesting things with its new phone.
Of course, there have been lots of other headlines to hide through the day, with Dropbox announcing a brand new feature called Documents Preview. Speaking of Dropbox, Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer had some not-so-nice things to mention in regards to the service today. Zynga’s chief game designer has left the corporate after four years, while Twitter has improved photo and video viewing in its website interface. Nintendo slashed its Wii U sales predictions today, and the white Nexus 4 took your time to pose for the camera again.
it becomes illegal to unlock your phone without permission out of your carrier. In the event you were planning to unlock your phone, you then better do it tonight.
It seems that Microsoft is operating on a brand new, cheaper lineup of Surface tablets so as to add to the present Surface family, while Verizon has sold $1.9 billion worth of its spectrum to competitor AT&T. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said today that since her company doesn’t make mobile hardware, software, or run social networks, that puts Yahoo equipped for “strong partnerships,” while Best Buy is offering MacBook Airs at a $200 discount in a promotion that only lasts through tomorrow.
145 million tablets might be shipped in 2013.
Western Digital‘s fiscal Q2 results show the corporate pulled in $3.8 billion in revenue in the course of the quarter, and Belkin announced that it’ll buy up Cisco’s home networking business. The Huawei Ascend P2 was featured in a leaked press shot today, and Logitech made it clear that it’s not leaving the computer gaming business. Namco Bandai explained the rationale some pre-orders of the Ni No Kuni Wizard’s Edition are being canceled or delayed, while Deep Silver offered up nine minutes of gameplay footage from Dead Island: Riptide.
Android sales data from Samsung, despite Samsung requesting that this information remain a secret.
The first details for Black Ops II‘s incoming DLC have leaked out, while the Project Paperless patent trolls are at it again with new unnamed subsidiaries to assist them do their dirty work. Apple has a rumored relationship with Broadcom for 802.11ac WiFi in 2013 Macs, we learned today that CTIA will consolidate its 2013 shows into one massive mobile event, and the GameStick portable gaming console is calling to do battle with OUYA for Android console supremacy.