Marketwatch – unveiled the iPhone last month, speculation about a competing device from Microsoft has been rampant. Just as the iPhone descends from Apple’s iPod, many think Microsoft’s phone would descend from the Zune.
Thomas Hawk submits: washingtonpost.com reported Thursday – ‘Jobs’s Music Proposal Rebuffed’: Edgar Bronfman Jr., chief executive of the Warner Music Group, said in a conference call with analysts yesterday that Jobs’s stance is ‘completely without logic or merit.’ “‘We don’t … Read More »
Infoworld – Warren East, Arm’s president and CEO, was reported as saying the iPhone will have “at least three” Arm processor cores, according to the EE Times on Wednesday. Arm, based in Cambridge, England, licenses a variety of processor designs … Read More »
Zune, Zune, Zune As reporters and analysts run out of things to say about the Apple iPhone, they naturally need to keep the debate rolling, and have this week turned to the possibility of Microsoft’s involvement in MP3 phones, by … Read More »
The Swedish company uses its “pregnant man” spin to promote its buttonless handset that executives will present at the 3GSM World Congress. Samsung’s Answer to the iPhone Samsung is following Apple, MS & LG in the trend where cellphones involve “big, … Read More »
Forbes – Steve Jobs knows how to make a splash. The Apple chief executive usually does it via highly choreographed presentations, where he unveils new gadgets like the iMac, the iPod, and most recently, the iPhone . But on Tuesday … Read More »
New service threatens iPhone – Times Online Microsoft could soon be releasing a Zune-based iPhone competitor – DailyTech Apple iPhone killer.. Before the iPhone is even released – Geekzone