The iPhone 4 antenna issue is

Blown out of proportion.
11% (22 votes)
Let's put it this way: I WAS going to buy one...
34% (70 votes)
Definitely Apple's mistake and needs to be fixed.
56% (116 votes)
Total votes: 208

Choiix Power Fort Review

More and more people are becoming reliant on many different technological devices in everyday life. Some people may be businessmen, who run around with their Blackberries and HTCs all day. Others may be cell phone enthusiasts with their Nokias, Samsungs, Motorolas, or LGs, with over 200 applications on their phones (Okay maybe not THAT many, but you get the idea). And of course, those Apple fanboys have their iPhones, iPads, and iPods, boasting over 225,000 available applications at the App Store at press time. But imagine this: What would you do if you were one of the many that came across a battery-dead cell phone in the middle of the road? Well, Choiix, by Cooler Master, has a trick up its sleeves to bring your electronics back to life just about anywhere. Under the name of Power Fort (No, it's not Power Fart, I know what the 8-year-old inside of you is thinking haha), it arrives to the delight and joy of many electronics users. This portable device is not only useful to many people, but is also the consumer's best partner in the battlefield of technological devices. Its 2700 mAh Li-Po battery is sufficiently large to change many devices over. It also has an auxiliary flashlight just in case. Its slim and stylish design won't make it a chore to carry out the door in the morning. Simply put, this little bugger proves to be surprisingly useful, from somewhere as close as a walk to your friend's house, to somewhere as far as going to camp with no power outlets. Read on to find out more about this life saver!

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White iPhone Delayed Again

From PC World: The release of the white iPhone has been delayed until later this year, according to a press release from Apple. The white version of the best-selling smartphone was originally slated to hit stores this summer, but due to manufacturing challenges, Apple has held it back.

Windows Phone 7 Launch Partners Announced

From DailyTech: Though a specific launch date has not yet been announced, news surrounding Windows Phone 7 is beginning to increase. Last week, DailyTech reported handsets sporting beta versions of the upcoming OS made their rounds for developers and reviewers. More recently, Pocket-lintconfirmed Microsoft's launch partners for Windows Phone 7, including Dell, ASUS, LG, HTC, and Samsung.

Report: Foxconn to Raise Product Prices

From DailyTech: To help make up the financial difference after increasing employee wages, contractor Foxconn said it plans to increase prices – but the increase may not translate to higher consumer product pricing.

Microsoft beats Street with $16 billion in revenue

From CNET News.com: Microsoft ended the fiscal year on a strong note, reporting fourth-quarter profits of $4.52 billion, or 51 cents per share on Thursday.

The software maker beat Wall Street estimates, and also announced its best-ever quarterly revenue of $16.04 billion, an increase of 22 percent from the same quarter a year ago.

Wall Street analysts had been expecting Microsoft's revenue to fall somewhere between $14.85 billion and $15.74 billion.

Nvidia Launches Tool to Enable Easy Creation of GPGPU Software for Windows

From X-bit Labs: Nvidia Corp. this week announced the release of Nvidia Parallel Nsight software, the industry's first development environment for graphics processing unit (GPU) -accelerated applications that work with Microsoft Visual Studio. The company has also released CUDA Toolkit 3.1, an update to its CUDA software development kit (SDK).

Dell Resolves Dispute with SEC for $100 Million

IBM's new zEnterprise 196 mainframe is a leviathan

From InfoWorld: Every new IBM mainframe says something about the times we live in, and today's latest mainframe release is no different. The zEnterprise system, as it is now called, has become a cross-platform management system, a sovereign of other systems.

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