The past seven days have flown by in gadget land. There’s been lots to pour over. From juicy rumours to fun unboxings – we’ve got it all here. So kick back, chill out and catch up on the week’s top tech stories right here.
This week saw the iOS 4.0.1 update for iPhone 4 land. But did it manage to fix your signal issues? Elsewhere rumours emerged of RIM’s alleged plans to develop its own iPad style touchscreen tablet. Not to mention word of the HTC Evo 4G coming to the UK, a smaller MacBook Air and a new iPod Touch featuring FaceTime. Want to know what else went down this week? Read on.
Microsoft has made its Xbox 360 follow the same deist plan as the Sony PS3. The new Xbox 360 has built-in Wi-fi and comes Kinect ready. See what you get for your money in our unboxing.
BlackBerry planning iPad style tablet
The week began with rumours RIM planning to bring out its own iPad-rivalling BlackBerry tablet. Has RIM really decided it wants a taste of the tablet action? Read more here.
Sony says PS3 is not for kids
Sony’s been trying to hit the ground running with its PS3 3D gaming skills, yet has urged those with children to be careful before playing 3D games on the console.
HTC Evo 4G coming to the UK?
But expect some compromises. Still, we can still expect many of the 4G’s features to arrive in the form of a new HTC Desire!
Wii 2 won’t be going 3D
Says legendary developer and Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto. “I do not believe that Wii 3D will be our next step…” Hit the link to learn more about Miyamoto’s thoughts on 3D.
iPhone 4 signal fix arrives
The week saw Apple introduce the iOS 4.0.1 update to determine properly how many signal bars to display on your iPhone 4. But did it solve anything?
Well, did it?
It’s not too late to tell us whether the iOS 4.0.1 update for iPhone 4 made any difference to your Apple mobile telephony experience.
MacBook Air set to follow even stronger diet?
As if the MacBook Air wasn’t dainty enough one analyst says Apple is about to shrink it down further. Invisible laptops? Now that is the future.
iPod Touch with FaceTime: the evidence?
So, how are you going to use FaceTime without a phone number? With your Apple ID. That’s how. Apparently.
Android app downloads hit one billion!
You might not be able to spell Apple without app but the Android Marketplace has just as many great apps on its own application vendor as its app downloads top one billion.