According to reports, a new iPhone accessory, funded by former American Idol host Ryan Seacrest, is set to hit the markets next month. The accessory is called the 'Typo iPhone Keyboard,' which is now available for pre-order; and will hit the markets in mid-January 2014.
In a noteworthy handset release this week, Jolla launched its self-titled and first smartphone in partnership with Finland-based telecoms firm DNA. With Jolla being a startup comprising former Nokia engineers, the new Jolla handset runs Sailfish OS which has been developed from Nokia's last open-source platform - the MeeGo operating system.
Lenovo's new Flex 10 laptop is apparently the most versatile Windows 8.1 laptop with a netbook-style body; thanks largely to its 10.1-inch flip-mode display. The Lenovo Flex 10 is apparently a half-way device between a full-wattage laptop and a fanless hybrid.
Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 2 tablet marks a number of noteworthy enhancements over the original Surface Pro; thereby implying that the company has fixed a few things with the original Surface Pro, on the basis of customer feedback about the device.
Upstart Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has revealed in a recent announcement that it will launch its first Cyanogen-modded smartphone - dubbed N1 - worldwide in December. The handset was unveiled by the company in September.
The new Sony Xperia Z1 handset is the successor to the company's well-accepted Xperia Z smartphone. Like its predecessor, the Xperia Z1 is a water- and dust-proof handset; which supports almost the same black slab design, and a scratch- and shatter-resistant Gorilla Glass 3 on its front and back.
Good News USA
- Vodafone NZ’s new ‘Red Home’ packages will offer UFB and 150 TV channels
- Vodafone NZ’s full-year profit plunged by more than two-thirds to $56 million
- Vodafone adding 34 European countries to ‘AU$5 per day’ international roaming option
- Telstra launches its new ‘Every Day Connect Data Share Packages’
- Voyager signs “multimillion-dollar deal” with submarine cable group Hawaiki