Today only, Best Buy is offering a Buy One, Get One Free special on the 32GB iPhone 4, notes TiPb.
Buy the Apple iPhone 4 32GB and get one FREE. Choose from Verizon or AT&T.
In store only. Stores open today 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 2-year activation required on each phone.
This might make a good gift for those last minute shoppers!
Reviews of the Amazon Kindle Fire are now hitting the web.
Tuesday, Amazon will untie the bow on its long-anticipated iPad competitor, the Kindle Fire. While no company to date has been able to make so much as a dent in Apple’s iron grip on the tablet market, Amazon isn’t your everyday manufacturer, and the Kindle Fire isn’t your average tablet. Unlike Motorola, Samsung, HTC and every other major company to rush an iPad clone onto store shelves, Amazon took its time — and perhaps most importantly, it opted to rethink what consumers might really need in a tablet, playing to the iPad’s few weaknesses. Instead of rehashing the winning appeal of Apple’s wonder slate, Amazon took its winning e-reader formula and applied it to a more tablet-like device. So what does the Amazon Kindle Fire have to offer that the ubiquitous iPad doesn’t? Read on — you might be surprised.
Samsung overtook Apple last quarter to become the world’s largest smartphone vendor, according to a Strategy Analytics report.
Alex Spektor, Senior Analyst at Strategy Analytics, said, “Global smartphone shipments grew 44 percent annually to reach a record 117 million units in Q3 2011. Samsung shipped 28 million smartphones and overtook Apple to become the world’s largest smartphone vendor by volume with 24 percent market share. Samsung’s rise has been driven by a blend of elegant hardware designs, popular Android services, memorable sub-brands and extensive global distribution. Samsung has demonstrated that it is possible, at least in the short term, to differentiate and grow by using the Android ecosystem.”
The world’s cheapest tablet computer, which will be unveiled on Wednesday, will go on sale in India starting December
Created for use by students, the tablet will first be made available to colleges at Rs 1,750 apiece ($35) although it costs Rs 3,000 to produce. The difference will be subsidised by the government as part of an ambitious plan to make information and communication technologies an integral part of education.
The tablet, will run on Google’s Android platform, withWiFi connectivity for internet access and cloud storage. It will have 256 MB of RAM, a 2GB SD memory card, a 32 GB expandable memory slot and two USB ports.
Amazon has announced its much anticipated Kindle Fire tablet at a price of $199.
Today, Amazon is excited to introduce an all-new Kindle family: three all-new Kindle e-readers that are smaller, lighter, and more affordable than ever before, and Kindle Fire – a new class of Kindle that brings the same ease-of-use and deep integration of content that helped Kindle re-invent reading – to movies, TV shows, music, magazines, apps, books, games, and more.