White iPhone Coming Out In Spring, Says Phil Schiller On Twitter

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So, this is interesting. Whilst on my daily searches of tasty (technology) things on the web, I found Phil Schiller tweeting to someone at random, which said tweet is seen above. It’s great news (depending on how important the color of a smartphone is to you), and since the white iPad 2 is in full production, there’s no reason for Phil’s tweet not to stand true as well. Via: Twitter (pschiller)

iFixit Tearing Down The Apple iPad 2 As I Type

Today, iFixit is doing their usual actions, as usual, by taking apart the latest gadgets piece by piece, then putting them in right and working order again, then assigning a score to say how easy it is to dismantle. This time, it’s the WiFi iPad 2 (the model that I’ll be getting), and as the day progresses, iFixit will continue to update their page with the latest of every stage when taking the iPad 2 apart. Enjoy the insanity of a new gadget in pieces. Via: iFixit

Adobe Flash 10.2 Confirmed For Honeycomb, Android 2.2 And Up

So you want Flash 10.2? How does March 18th on the Android Market sound to you? Good. That’s the day that Flash 10.2 will be available for all Android devices that actually support it (Android 2.2 and up), whilst the Motorola Xoom using Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” will have it under a “beta” label; the phones get perfect release version. Via: Adobe

Features for the new release are below:

  • Hardware acceleration for H.264 video (Honeycomb only)
  • Deeper integration with the Android browser rendering engine (Honeycomb only)
    • Improved scrolling on web pages
    • Support for HTML and other content composited over Flash Player content
  • Automatic soft keyboard support

Windows Phone 7 “NoDo” Update Delayed Till Late March

If you have a Windows Phone 7 phone, and are sick of not getting updates on time, or updates that actually work, Microsoft has some bad or good news, depending on how you look at it, for you. “After careful consultation with the team and our many partners, we’ve decided to briefly hold the March update in order to ensure the update process meets our standards and that of our customers,” explained a company spokesperson. “As a result, we will plan to begin delivering the update in the latter half of March.” This update, which brings copy/paste, speed improvements, and so on also effects other updates, such as the multitasking update, will would also be delayed. Via: AllThingsD