Daily Archives: February 14, 2011

Chris Nuttall

Aside from the flashy phones and tablets unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, chipmakers have been giving us a taste of things to come with announcements on future technologies such as quad-core mobile chips, new user interfaces and breathtaking graphics capabilities. A summary of the news from Qualcomm, Marvell and Nvidia, as well as a note on the serious lack of any major news from Intel, follows. Read more

Sometimes when you hear executives from Twitter, it is almost as though they are on another planet or just speaking another language to the rest of the corporate world. Twitter’s users generate 130m tweets a day and the micro blogging site is one of the most talked about technology groups of the last few years. And yet when it comes to discussing financial matters, Twitters’ founders and its new chief executive Dick Costolo seem almost amused to be asked about their business. Read more

From around the web:

  • Foursquare announced that the start up has added 5 languages and now has 6.5 million users, TechCrunch reports.
  • More details have been revealed on the rumoured “iPhone nano”, Cult of Mac reports. “The iPhone nano will have no memory for onboard storage of media, our source says. It will have only enough memory to buffer media streamed from the cloud,” Cult to Mac writes.

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