All companies go through rough times. You may not see them financially at first, but it’s always a matter of time before the rest of the signs of decline reach their bottom line. We’ve been worried about Microsoft’s performance lately. Whether it’s about not being able to deliver compelling products, or having the compelling products not really deliver, it seems that all the corporate genius that was so well put together by Bill Gates is just there to cash a check and be polite.
The irony is to have to worry about Microsoft’s marketing strategy for [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recent rumors of a probable Nexus launch date from Google. Then we go through AT&T’s launch of the Sony Xperia TL, which by the way, is also the new James Bond phone for the movie Skyfall. Then we talk about iCloud and Apple’s recent move to grant some additional benefits to past MobileMe subscribers. Then we talk about the Windows Phone 8X and 8S by HTC, which recently showed just how great their front-facing camera is with a sample. We end today’s show talking about the recent [...]
If you’ve never, ever taken a bathroom portrait photo for Facebook using your front-facing camera, then you most likely don’t own a Facebook account. The funny thing is that no OEM had ever considered using that camera for anything other than video calls for the last five years or so. The camera was there, but due to its terrible image quality, many of us preferred to dribble with a mirror in order to get the right shot.
HTC’s launch of their signature Windows Phone 8X and 8S are a different story. They decided to feature a wide-angle lens with F2.0 aperture on [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the HTC Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S launch in New York city, along with our hands-on coverage. We later talk about the recently leaked video of the iPad Mini dummy unit being compared with the original iPad. Facebook later made the news with their auto-upload feature for photos going private at the moment. Then we go through the Samsung Galaxy Note II and it’s US availability being announced. We end today’s show by talking about Samsung’s Anti-iPhone ads and some thoughts regarding the practice.