Jon Rettinger is back in town and filling in for Noah K. Jon tackles the latest and greatest rumors for the Apple, Google, and Microsoft surrounding their mobile operating systems - iOS, Android OS, and Windows Phone 7.. or is it Windows 8? Find out in this episode of Rumor Round Up.
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Rumor has it that Apple is producing over 150,000 iPhones a day at the Foxconn production facility. Even with these numbers, is it enough to meet the increasing demand for these gloriously all-touch devices?
Google's executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, let it slip that the latest build of Android, 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, is coming soon - most likely in October or November. Like the previous builds of new Android platforms, ICS is expected to launch on the next Google Nexus device.
Another executive "accidentally" let things slip, this time from Nvidia, that their Quad-Core chip is to be coming soon to mobile devices. If you thought your latest and greatest dual-core loaded phones were fast, you ain't seen nothin' yet..
Some videos and images have surfaced on the Internet surrounding the new revamped Windows Phone 7 inspired UI of Windows 8. In addition to this, Microsoft is planning to reveal the tabletized version of this platform at...