It seems that Apple has already got way too many products to unveil at WWDC. Ahead of WWDC, Apple today announced that its popular office application suite – iWork is now a universal App that makes it compatible with both iPhone and iPod touch. Keynotes, Pages, and Numbers will now run on iPad and iPad 2, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, and iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation). Read More
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GoodReader for iOS has been updated to version 3.6.0. The App allows you to view different files including music, video, books, PDF, and more from one single App. It also includes amazing sync capabilities, and powerful PDF annotation techniques. The update adds Data Protection to the App that encrypts individual files to prevent your files even if your device is stolen. Read More
Just like Microsoft did some remarkable stuff with Kinect, Google plans to do something with Gmail. Today, the company announced a new Gmail feature that will change the way you operate your email. As the mouse and keyboard are old, Gmail wants you to use your body to control your Gmail account. Read More
Apple will reportedly stop selling software in boxes including latest versions of iWork, iLife, Microsoft Office, Mac OS, and more. The extraordinary success of its iTunes and App Store will force the company to do so.
After months of testing, Apple has finally released Mac OS X 10.6.5. The new update is available via Software Update and includes loads of bug fixes, security patches and other improvements.
Microsoft has just announced that Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac will hit the store shelves this October. The new version of the popular Office suite will be available in more than 100 countries by the end of October.
CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer was in India on 28th May 2010. In his keynote address he spoke about Microsoft’s focus on developing the use of blue tooth technology for supporting interface management in business. Development of hardware and software to provide total solutions, was the theme which he emphasized as being central to innovation for this organization.
Steve Jobs was interviewed at D8 today and he made some very strong points. He was interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. Walt and the audience asked him very interesting questions and Steve responded to them in his usual yet funny and intelligent manner.
Worldwide Developers Conference is kicking off next month on June 7th at Moscone Center, San Francisco. It is Apple’s major annual event where Apple releases magical products and interacts with developers. Last year, Apple introduced the revolutionary iPhone 3GS which changed mobile devices profoundly. Though the cover has already blown off from the magical iPhone 4G and possibly the iPod touch 4G, Steve Jobs responded to an email sent by a fan-boy saying “You won’t be disappointed”. That portends auspicious news for all Apple fans.