Representing a likely-to-pan-out value, reports have begun pinning the iPad mini’s starting price at $329. For its 7.95″ glory, this is a price point that will fit it nicely in the market of budget tablets. We have the full rumored pricing breakdown after the break, so join us to see how much (or little) iPad mini will break the bank.
Microsoft is indeed making a last-minute push with its custom, in-house designed Surface tablet lineup as they are announcing the once-a-touch-table's specific details just ten days shy of its release date. How does it compare to the iPad? Competitively enough, although it is still lacking; read on to find out more after the break.
People are loving the Retina-display-equipped MacBook Pros - a lot. This is evident by the exorbitant premium that an eBay seller is retailing them for due to a scarcity in supply.
Those who were holding back to buy Apple's popular iPhone are now in luck. Originally spotted by 9to5Mac, Target has slashed $50 off each model of both the iPhone 4S as well as the iPhone 4.
According to a report from Advertising Age, Apple has yet again reduced the price required, at the minimum, for developers to opt into their iAd program. Launching back in the Summer of 2010, the program allows developers to signup and add a little bit of code to their applications to in effect support advertising with the ultimate hope of earning some extra money.
You all probably don’t believe any of these circulating rumors anymore, and I don’t blame you. After all, there are a whole plethora of them floating around, of which one or none materialize. But Boy Genius Reports urges you to believe this one from “an incredibly solid source” stating that
I felt that I had to post about today’s free games just because they’re so amazing. You’ve got a simulation time-management game, a game having you solve a murder case, an endless jumping game, a line-drawing racer and a whole lot more; what could possibly be better to start off
A Gizmodo reader has stumbled upon a scam while browsing the internet that we felt we should let you know about. A website found at the top of the list of results for a Google search for "iPhone apps" called iPhoneApps.org is offering what they claim is a special deal on iPhone apps, saying they'll give you a bundle of "top 10" applications if you send them $25 using "safe PayPal". We would like to remind all of our readers NOT to buy any applications from this site or any like it. It is a scam. We recommend for the time being that you only purchase iPhone apps from Apple's own App Store.