Windows Phone 7.8 Reportedly Coming in the Next Few Days

According to a ton of recent rumors, including ones from Tonis Tech Blog, Microsoft is poised and ready to launch its Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade on Wednesday, November 28th. Tonis Tech Blog cited unnamed sources (as usual) that are “near the subject.” In addition to that, WPCentral discovered some Finnish promotional materials that revealed there will . . . → Read More: Windows Phone 7.8 Reportedly Coming in the Next Few Days

Ultrabooks Falling Extremely Short of Expectations, Not Selling Like They Should

According to a recent report, worldwide Ultrabook shipments are falling short, extremely short actually, of what they were expected to be. In a forecast earlier in the year, IHS iSuppli stated that 22 million Ultrabooks would be sold this year. Well, the year is ending in a little over a month and the analyst has lowered . . . → Read More: Ultrabooks Falling Extremely Short of Expectations, Not Selling Like They Should

Mobile Carriers Begin Sales of iPad Mini, Sell Out Quickly

Mobile carriers around the country began selling Apple’s iPad Mini today with prices starting at $459 for the 16GB version and up to $659 for the 64GB version. The iPad Mini, which comes with both WiFi and 4G LTE,┬ábecomes only the second mobile device from Apple to offer the lightning fast connectivity option.

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Verizon Accidentally Reveals Droid DNA Before Launch Event

In a slightly premature move, Verizon has confirmed the newest DROID phone coming to the carrier, the DROID DNA. Verizon revealed that the DROID DNA would be the centerpiece of its November 13 launch event, while images showing the (alleged) final design of the phone have hit the internet ahead of schedule as well.

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Asus Taichi 21 Hybrid Headed to the U.S.

Asus has just announced U.S. availability for its all new laptop-tablet hybrid known as Taichi. The Taichi looks like a standard Ultrabook at first glance, with an 11.6″ touchscreen when in laptop mode. However, closing the laptop starts up an additional 11.6″ touchscreen on the back of the panel, turning the Taichi into a fully-functioning tablet.

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