Welcome to the Morning Briefing for Wednesday 10 February 2011, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au.
Here’s what we are watching:
- Palm has announced several new things at its press conference – including a new tablet. Full coverage is up on techgeek.com.au (Thanks Chris!)
- Telstra’s deal with the NBN is said to be delayed as the shareholders’ approval of the deal is being pushed back again – it has already been done twice. Shareholders may have to wait until August to vote on the deal that would see the copper network sold to NBN Co.
- There are now reports that Meego – a Nokia/Intel mobile OS – is to be scrapped by Nokia in favour of Windows Phone 7. However, anything is better for Nokia if it moves away from Symbian (unless it makes it good).
- Apple iPad 2 is reported to be in production, and news of it includes some little tidbits that we may already have heard – such as a front-facing camera.
- A Twitter user has managed to trick Sony into publishing the “secret” code for the PS3 on its (fictional) Twitter account.
- Thought that Verizon iPhone would not have the death grip? Well, turns out that’s wrong. iLounge has shown that network problems under the “death grip” still plagues the iPhone.