Saturday, December 4, 2010

Update: Grip of death grips HD7, Apple and magazines still can't agree, Viber buzz growing


- Oh dear. The HTC HD 7 suffers from the grip of death as well. According to HTC, it happens to all smartphones if you cover the antenna. Who knew? (Computer Weekly)

- Apple and magazine publishers are still at odds over how to do subscriptions. (All Things D)

- A new free VoIP app, Viber, is gaining momentum. It has a nice interface and offers free Viber to Viber calls and text messages. Best of all, it promises not to eat up your battery when not in use, unlike Skype. (iTunes)

- Macworld looks at the future of the GPUs on the Mac. (Macworld)

- Mophie's Juice Pack Plus for iPhone 4 is a 2000 mAh battery case. It promises 8 hours of 3G talk time, 16 hours on 2G, 7 hours of 3G Internet use, 11 hours of WiFi use, 44 hours of audio playback and 11 hours of video playback. (Mophie)

- Angry Birds on Android is expected to pull in US$1 million a month in advertising. (TechCrunch)



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