News Corp has announced the launch of its iPad only newspaper, The Daily, an event on Wednesday. The Daily will offer up to 100 pages of content each day - “depending on the news” - and is stacked full of other features designed to make the most of the iPad’s functionality, including HD video and 360 degree photos.
The white version of the Apple iPhone 4 smartphone may be launched as early as March 2011, matching earlier claims that the phone would land in spring 2011. The launch of the white iPhone 4 will coincide with the UK debut of a number of next generation handsets like the LG Optimus 2X, the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc.
Google has unveiled an update for its Maps for Android app designed to add a check-in feature to its Latitude service. Latitude allows people to automatically update and share their whereabouts with their friends. By including check-ins, users can now add “context” to their location, such as captions to a photo or more specific information on where they are.
Sony looks set to unveil plans to bring its PlayStation Move motion controller to PCs at the upcoming Games Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this March. According to information on the GDC website, Sony Computer Entertainment America’s senior developer support engineer John McCutchan will deliver a talk about the company’s new PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter accessory and something called the “Move Server project”.
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