T-Mobile G2 Pricing Seen In Latest Leak Through T-Mobile’s Faucet

So the T-Mobile G2 pricing you ask? According to unofficial but ding-on-the-right-note-every-time TMoNews, the G2 will cost $199.99 on a 2-year contract, and $499.99 without. Mind you that T-Mobile is a GSM carrier, and the phone supports HSPA+ bands, so it’s a match made in heaven. Now all we (the tech industry and consumers) is an official unveiling and some detailed specifications. And of course a press invite *wink*.

Via: TMoNews

Apple Launches The New $99 Apple TV

The new Apple TV is sure to amaze quite a few. Literally. Steve Jobs was humble enough to mentioned that not many had bought the original Apple TV. So what changes? First, power, HDMI, optical audio, and ethernet ports on its rear; Wi-Fi b/g/n is built into the device. Then, the new Apple TV will provide Netflix, YouTube, Flickr, Podcast and MobileMe streaming to its owner as well as several iTunes movie and TV show rental options. Using AirPlay, soon to be found on iPod Touches, iPhone 4, and iPads, will allow videos on the iDevice to be streamed to your Apple TV, which is ultimately your TV.


The Apple TV itself will cost $99, then the HD movies from the iTunes Store will cost $4.99 (prices will go down as the movie ages) and HD TV shows from ABC and Fox will be available for $0.99 per episode. Your NetFlix account will also work with the Apple TV, then the same goes for YouTube HD. The new ATV will cost $99 starting today as a pre-order, then will ship to 5 different countries, the U.S.A included.

iOS 4.2 For iPad And Other iProducts Coming This Holiday Season

It’s safe to say that all important iOS 4.1 features for iPhone 4 are coming to the iPad, as well as AirPlay, which allows for streaming of music and video from your computer to your i-device, and finally Print Center; an app that sits on your iPad’s homescreen and lets you print anything you might want, which is wireless to any printer. iOS 4.2 comes to all iProducts (iPod, iPhone 4, and iPad) this November.

Via: Apple’s Live Broadcast

New iPods Debut With New iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, And iPod Touch With Camera

The New iPods Overview

The new iPod Shuffle now has the buttons of the 2nd generation model, VoiceOver of the 3rd generation, with playlists and the usual Genius features, 5 different colors, and 15 hours of battery life. The new iPod Nano incorporates a multitouch touchscreen, no clickwheel but has a clip, FM radio, and iOS 4.x feel, works in 29 languages, has Nike+ support, and 24 hours of battery life. It’ll come in seven different colors; including a Product(RED) version.

Finally the new iPod Touch — with a camera. It now has an LED-powered Retina display, an Apple A4 chip, a gyroscope, GameCenter with iOS 4.1, FaceTime with a front-facing camera (that works with iPhone 4s and iTouches), and rear-facing HD video recording. The iMovie video editing app seen on iPhone 4 will also be available.


The iPod Shuffle starts @ $49 for the 2GB model, the new iPod Nano costing $149 for 8GB, $179 for 16GB. The iPod Touch with 8GB of storage for $229,$299 for 32GB, $399 for 64GB. All the new models are available for pre-order today, and will be released next week.

The New iPods Gallery

Source: Apple Live Broadcast

Microsoft’s Arc Touch Mouse Finally Unveiled, But Launches In December *frowns*

I really want the Arc Touch Microsoft. Pretty please?

The Arc Touch’s main features are a touch sensitive silver strip which is programmable on Windows computers, and a design where applying pressure to the ‘arc’ turns it off by setting it flat, and turning it on by doing the exact opposite motion. For $69.95 Microsoft will begin taking pre-orders today, and a launch is set in stone sometimes this December (which disappoints a little). The mouse is officially only supported on Windows, but Joanna Stern (from Engadget, mind you) managed to get it working automatically with the USB dongle which comes in the box on a Mac.

Full presser after the jump!