Over allegations that the giant electronic gadgets manufacturer has violated the competition rules in the Cathode-Ray (CTR) industry, Philips Electronics has been slapped with a "statement of objection" by the European Commission, Europe's anti-trust regulator. Although the company has not specified the exact objection raised by the agency, it did issue a statement saying that Philips would "study the statement of objections in detail and respond accordingly".
Nokia has announced the launch of the Nokia X6, the latest in the line of many of its music phones, and a definite treat for all music lovers as it comes with music facilities. The phone has 32GB internal memory, expandable to 4GB on the microSD card. The major feature that makes it such a pleasure for all music enthusiasts is the fact that it has 6GB out of the box memory.
Merely days after announcing that most of its netbooks will now be equipped with Ion Graphics, ASUS has unveiled its first ever Eee computer which incorporates NVIDIA's Ion platform and will improve the media capabilities of the device manifolds.
Christened the Eee PC 1201N, the netbook, in addition to Ion, includes a dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor, and is set to offer a memory of either 2GB or 3GB, which will also contribute to increasing its performance. The system will run on the latest Windows 7 operating system.
Putting many eager waits at rest, Spotify has announced on its official blog that the much anticipated HTC Hero is now available from 3UK in its retail as well as online stores.
Under the announced two year contract deal, 3UK customers will be given a HTC Hero which is preloaded with the Spotify Android application, a 24 month Spotify Premium subscription, 750 minutes and unlimited texts, all for ￡35 a month. For the phone, however, customers will be required to give an initial outlay of ￡100.
The launch of new handset GD510 Pop has been publicized by LG a £100 Pay As You Go, via Carphone Warehouse.
The users would be able to have got advanced features of the handset with a 2-yr agreement and a data plan of at least £15 per month, through T-Mobile, Vodafone, Orange and O2 as well.
In order to attain the users in quest for smaller handsets, the new LG GD510 Pop is measured to be the smallest phone, and nevertheless provides the 3 inch WQVGA touch screen display.
Recently Microsoft and Sony slashed prices of their gaming devices Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles, giving birth to speculations that their recent move will make their peers to follow suit.
Microsoft slashed the retail price of Xbox 360 by £30 to £199.99, while Sony hacked the retail price of its PlayStation 3 to £249.99.
Now Nintendo is expected to respond to the price cuts by its rivals. But Nintendo is still silent regarding its future plans. Nintendo's Wii is available with a price tag of £189.99.