Hi-Tech Mail reports that the Russian cellular carrier Beeline (through parent company VimpelCom) has decided against renewing its contract with Apple, making it the last of the country’s three major iPhone carriers to do so. Instead Beeline made a deal to offer Samsung devices on their network in place of Apple’s smartphone. » Beeline: Third Major Russian Carrier To Drop iPhone
The Verge reports that Microsoft is planning to drop the prices of its Surface RT tablets by $150. The lower prices, which will go into effect on Sunday July 14, are likely the result of lackluster sales. Microsoft has heavily marketed Windows 8 tablets in recent weeks, incuding 4 anti-apple ads highlight the iPad’s inability to multitask and its lack of built-in productivity software. » Microsoft Slash Surface RT Prices by $150
Microsoft has launched a fourth anti-iPad television ad, this ad highlights the iPad’s inability to run multiple apps at the same time. The ad shows two baseball scouts using an iPad and a Windows 8 tablet vie to sign same player, with the Windows 8 user coming out on top thanks to the tablet’s ability to simultaneously display two apps on the screen. » Microsoft Releases Fourth Anti-iPad Ad Highlighting Multitasking Capabilities
Mobile phones are great for keeping yourself entertained, they allow you to play music and films on the go and there are many services that will stream is straight to your phone without having to download them beforehand. You can also play pokies online, as well as many other games on your phone. To a lot of people this is an important factor when commuting or travelling. » Why The iPhone 5 Is Good For Gaming
The first trailer for Ashton Kutcher’s “Jobs” has just been released. The movie that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year will be released on August 16, 2013. The trailer above showcases a number of scenes from the movie.
EverySteveJobsVideo released a never-before-seen video of Steve Jobs in 1994, while he was at NeXT, pondering his legacy in the personal computer field and whether he thought he would be remembered for his work in the future. The video was provided by the Silicon Valley Historical Association and is a clip from a 60-minute documentary built around a 20-minute interview they had with Jobs back in 1994. » Steve Jobs Ponders His Legacy In Never-Before-Seen 1994 Video