America’s leading wireless telecoms development firm Qualcomm has released its augmented reality software development kit for Apple’s iOS. According to technology website Slash Gear, Qualcomm has released its software development kit (SDK) for devices powered by Apple’s iOS including the iPhone 4, iPad 2 and the fourth generation iPod Touch.
Leading computer vendor Dell has released its first ever 10-inch tablet computer, the Dell Streak 10, with little fanfare in China. According to the Wall Street Journal, Dell has launched its first 10-inch tablet, to compete with the likes of the iPad and Motorola Xoom, the Dell Streak 10, which is powered by Google’s Android Operating System.
UK broadband services provider Sky added 174,000 new customers during the last quarter, bringing the total number of subscribers it added over the last 12 months to 711,000. According to the financial report released by the company, it now has a total of 3.3 million broadband subscribers.
Wireless network carrier Sprint has struck a $13 billion deal with telecommunications firm LightSquared which will run over 15 years. According to Bloomberg, the Virginia-based LightSquared Inc will pay $13 billion to Sprint Nextel Corp distributed in $9 billion cash and credits worth $4.5 billion over a period of 11 years to aid it in building a Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network to power the telecommunication and electronics industry.
Smartphone maker HTC has announced that the release of its first ever glasses-free 3D mobile phone will be delayed till September. According to tech website SlashGear, the Taiwan-based company has revealed that the HTC Evo 3D, the Smartphone which was originally going to be released in July, has been pushed back to a September release in the United Kingdom.