The Moto X has been met with mixed reviews since it was announced earlier this month. The biggest selling points were its hands free voice commands, and the Motomaker website which allows customers to customize their device. Unfortunately, only AT&T subscribers have access to the Motomaker service right now, and T-Mobile users don't even know where they can buy the device. However, a rumored $100 price drop could make the flagship handset a little more sexier to buyers this upcoming holiday season.
The Moto X will be receive a $100 price drop in Q4 of 2013, according to evleaks. That would make the handset $100 on contract. Not a bad price, especially if the other US carriers add Motomaker support by the end of this year.
Facebook had the tech world scratching its heads after it sent out paper invites that read: "A small team has been working on a big idea. Join us for coffee and learn about a new product."
Several tech blogs took wild stabs in the dark trying to predict what Mark Zuckerberg and team had planned for the June 20th event, but no one really had any great ideas. The newly announced press event was even more intriguing since Facebook's last big reveal, Facebook Home, turned out to be a real dud.
On Monday, an unnamed source told TechCrunch that Facebook plans to add video sharing to Instagram. This coincides with an earlier report from Matthew Keys who claimed Facebook was "testing Vine-like video" to add to their photo sharing app. Vine is the popular iOS and Android app that allows users to create and share six-second videos with other users and friends. Think Twitter with video, which is fitting, since Twitter acquired the app in October 2012.
HTC CEO Peter Chou was photographed using what appears to be a white HTC M7 at a year end celebration.
A recent article on the iPad blog, The iPad Guide, details the contents of a recent letter to investors from Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek which reports that the launch of the Apple iPad will be either delayed up to a full month or limited to the United States only. Though unconfirmed, the letter from Misek warns investors that Apple may have less than a third of the 1 million unit iPad inventory it has announced it would have come the March iPad release date.
The source of the delay is an "unspecified production problem" leading to production bottlenecks that is greatly reducing the number of units being produced by