Today was certainly a hectic day in the world of technology to say the least. We've compiled a list of TechnoBuffalo's top headlines for today to help you make sense of it all.
1. Are You Addicted To Facebook?
Are you dependent on your Facebook account? Statistically there is a very good chance that you are. We posted an infographic earlier today made by The Inquisitr that proves it.
An Infographic: Obsessed With Facebook
2. The Daily Gets Previewed
The Daily, the iPad-exclusive newspaper, seems to be ramping up for a speedy launch, adding graphics to its website. A joint venture between Apple and News Corp., The Daily will cost $.99 per week. Are you looking forward to the paper?
The Daily Gets A Bit Of An Early Preview
3. Sackboy Returns
LittleBigPlanet 2 is certainly one of the most anticipated Playstation 3 titles of the year, slated for launch next week. Will Sackboy beat the sophomore slump?
4. DirecTV Raises Rates
Frustrated with how much you have to pay for television service every month? Well, everybody is, and DirecTV has decided to hike the price of their service again.
DirecTV Raises Rates…AGAIN!
5. More Mobile Dual-Core Processors
Qualcomm has unveiled its response to the NVIDIA Tegra 2, the famed dual-core processor targeted at mobile devices. Shown off to a closed group of bloggers at the Consumer Electronics Show, the new Snapdragon processors are said to be insanely fast.
Qualcomm Announces Dual-Core Snapdragon Processors
6. White iPhone Coming Headed To Canada?
The slippery white version of the iPhone 4 floated onto a supply list for Rogers, a Canadian carrier. Is it legitimate?
Rumor: White iPhone Coming To Rogers In Canada
7. Apple Rumor Roundup
Today, we saw our fair share of Apple rumors – more having to do with the mobile hotspot feature supposedly coming in iOS 4.3, the iPad 2, and PhotoBooth coming to Apple's mobile devices. Check the links for the details.
Personal Hotspot Working on Canadian GSM iPhone 4s
Rumor: Possible iPad 2 Mock-up Caught On Video
Apple Bringing Photo Booth to iOS Devices?
8. What Will Happen at Sprint's Feb. 7th Event?
Will Sprint be announcing the iPhone 4 or a 3D cellphone? Will it be Windows 7 devices or a webOS tablet? Your guess is as good as mine; hit the link and let us know what you think.