SAN FRANCISCO - Research In Motion (RIM) is reportedly prepares the successor for the first generation of Torch. The rumors circulate after the pictures that allegedly were Torch 2 appeared on the internet.
One of the technology website, Boy Genius Report, on Sunday, May 29, 2011, reported the most basicly changes in the BlackBerry Torch 2 is in the processor. The reason, according to Boy Genius Report, BlackBerry Torch 2 will be embedded by 1.2 Ghz dual core processor, or doubled faster than previous Torch which only 600 Mhz.
Meanwhile, in the case of the operating system, BlackBerry Torch 2 almost certainly use a new mobile operating systems from RIM, the BlackBerry OS 7. Moreover, RIM was predicted immediately to introduce this smartphone and sell them to the market in quarter 3 or 4 of 2011.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Apple now surpassed Nokia and become the mobile phone manufacturer with the largest income in the worldRecent research made Strategy Analytics in the first quarter of 2011, as quoted by Cellular News on Saturday, April 23, 2011 mentions that Apple has now surpassed Nokia and become the mobile phone manufacturer with the largest income in the world. That way, in case of revenue, Apple is now become the largest vendor for the smartphones and tablet computers in the world.
"We estimate, Apple's gross income for the handset division, particularly the iPhone, was recorded at U.S. $ 11.9 billion, in the first quarter of 2011," said Alex Spektor, one senior analyst at Strategy Analytics.
"For the first time, Apple surpass Nokia that managed to obtain a smaller income, U.S. $ 9.5 billion of total wholesale revenues," said Spektor. "With a large production volume and wholesale prices that remain high, the Apple predicted to shift the position of Nokia as a whole in less than four years."
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Smartphone the pride of Apple, iPhone, indeed very in demand in the market. But do you know that China is the fastest growing markets for the iPhone?
It disclosed by Chief Operating Officer, Tim Cook was quoted as saying PC World, on Friday, April 22, 2011. According to Cook, the iPhone sales in China grew almost 250 percent during the first three months of 2011. Meanwhile, in the place home itself, United States, iPhone sales recorded rose only 155 percent.
This result makes Apple's revenue in China approaching U.S. $ 5 billion in the first quarter or an increase of nearly four-fold, compared to 2010. "We are very delighted with our revenue in China," Cook said delighted.
Still not clearly where region of China that recorded the most sales for the iPhone. This is because China's region including mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)