Starbucks has pronounced its free Wi-Fi program that will be aired live in U. S. and Canadian stores.
This offer means users can access net from over 7500 shops in the nations. To avail this offer of free Wi-Fi at Starbucks limited for two hours, one needs to be a part of the company's Rewards program.
The e-retailer biggie Amazon has hinted of releasing a new, cheaper version of its Kindle DX e-reader that also has low price.
The reports site the latest version will also have a sharper screen. The price cut will see the new model for $379 where the earlier version of DX coasted $489.
Apple promises to give a waiver of 10 percent restocking fee to all who return their phones that has a faulty signal strength indicator for years now.
In addition to this users could return the smartphone for a "full refund" within 30 days if they are not satisfied with the product.
Lenovo has started its shipment of its first 3D notebook, the IdeaPad Y560d, soon after its pronouncement.
The IdeaPad Y560d, is a 15.6-inch 16:9 high-definition screened laptop. It boasts of the TriDef 3D technology (TriDef Media Player) software that aids in converting of a standard movie into a 3D platform.
HTC Droid Incredible Smartphone has been uploaded with lots of new features. These features make the device more intelligent. Sources revealed that with its recent firmware update Droid Incredible will support HD (720p) video recording and new boot animation. The device is only available to US market through Verizon network.
UK-based Synchronica Plc. has announced that it has managed to form a deal with a device manufacturing company. The name of the device manufacturing company is not yet been disclosed. Synchronica Plc. is one of the leading firms in UK which offers mobile email, instant messaging and data synchronization services and solutions to its customers.
Sony Japan has unveiled the latest version of the PlayStation 3 Slim, which is slated to hit the store shelves in “classic white” by July 29. The white PS3 Slim, called by the code name “CECH-2500, is equipped with a 160GB hard drive and is retailed at ¥29,980 ($341).