11/25/2011, If you were planning to get yourself a Samsung netbook, it seems that in an alleged email that Samsung sent to its trading partners, come Q1 of 2012 Samsung will be discontinuing their 10.1” netbook and will instead focus their efforts on ultrabooks which are also expected to launch some time in 2012.
09/27/2011, Let’s face the facts – sentimentalism isn’t going to keep a company moving forwards all the time, especially when you deal with a field that is fast moving like technology. Apple is whispered to pencil in obituaries for two of their faithful servants – the screen-less iPod shuffle as well as the portable media player that kickstarted it all – the iPod classic. The iPod classic has been around for […]
08/15/2011, Anybody out there who uses Microsoft Reader? Nope? Well, to the handful of you who use the app, unfortunately we’ve got some bad news for you. Microsoft has just announced in an official statement that no new content for the app will be sold after November 8th and it will end all support for the app next year. While this won’t affect all the content that you’ve already purchased and […]
08/02/2011, If you’re a user of Ovi Calendar, then you might not be too happy with the latest development. Web-based access to Ovi Calendar will soon be a thing of the past, as the official blog post has also confirmed such a predicament – although you can take heart that mobile access will still continue. Sounds like a ploy to make sure you remain on Nokia phones?
07/01/2011, Livescribe, the creator of the Livescribe pen has officially announced that it will be discontinuing its developer program. As of July 29th, the third-party developer program will no longer be supported by the company. The software development kit (SDK) has been removed, preventing developers from writing any custom apps for the smart pen, and the developer forums have been removed. With many interesting third party apps created for the pen, […]
06/10/2011, Bad news for all you folks who are using the My Phone Service for Windows Mobile 6.x devices: Microsoft has announced that it will be discontinuing the service this coming summer. In August 7th, My Phone backups will stop, and on October 6th, the My Phone website will be taken offline. Since it’s only June now, you’ve got plenty of time to retrieve all the files that you plan to […]
04/16/2010, It is only a matter of time for the inevitable to happen – Sony could very well discontinue its PS2 console soon, and for those who keep track of pricing will realize that when it reaches the $99.97 price point at store shelves, it would mean Sony will not produce any more PS2s. Hats off to a wonderful console that has provided hundreds of thousands of hours to gamers worldwide.
02/23/2010, Word on the grapevine has it that Verizon Wireless will be dropping the iconic BlackBerry Storm smartphone from its lineup, mainly because the smartphone has an unexceptionally high level of returns – optimists prefer to say that Verizon is paving the way for a new device instead. Should Verizon go ahead with this decision, it could potentially hurt RIM significantly, since Verizon is currently the largest official retailer of BlackBerry […]
02/03/2010, The Sirius Stiletto 2 portable satellite radio seems to have reached the end of the road, and if you want one of these, it would be pretty hard to locate since only a few areas have them, and in dwindling stocks to boot. The discontinuation of the Sirius Stiletto 2 could be due to public sentiment moving away from dedicated hardware for portable satellite radio, alongside Sirius XM turning to […]