Weekly Top 10: 3G IPhone, Memristor, New IMacs, LG Scarlet

Posted: May 4 2008, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:51am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Flyer

Weekly Top 10: 3G iPhone, Memristor, new iMacs, LG Scarlet
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Rumors about the 3G iPhone are springing up daily now. Good thing Apple released something new that is for real this week for a change. Apple updated the iMac with new Intel CPUs. Last Apple related news, the Psystar Mac Clone does exist and got reviewed this week.
There is a new Bluetooth version coming in 1 or 2 years called Bluetooth Low Energy. It will open new ways phones, watches and sensors will work in our personal area network.
AT&T launches Mobile TV this Sunday. Maybe something to try out at your local mall on Sunday.
This week saw also one of the biggest video game launches in a while. Grand Theft Auto IV is available. The game even makes fun of the Apple iPhone, it must be cool.

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