Whoa! This is awesome. It seems like Apple has approved a browser to exist on the App Store. This App is a browser which is complete. It is now the top paid app in the App Store and is developed by Vivek Javvaji .
Tired of the plain white background that your favorite search engine bears? Well, it seems even Google is. They are trying out a new feature where you could set your own pictures as Google’s background.
It makes your search experience richer, personal and your own. Google is rolling out this new feature to users in the US and other countries internationally should expect this feature soon. You should see a link in the lower left corner of the screen using which you could upload pictures from your computer, choose from your Picasa Web Albums or choose from the large selection of pictures available in the Picasa Public Library.
Google will even provide you with an option to switch between the classic view and this new view. Customizing is not completely new to Google; iGoogle tries to do a somewhat similar thing but has loads of additional items which make it slower.
When Digg launched its App for the iPhone, it gathered a lot of attention and within just days of its launch it was the top free app for the iPhone on the App Store. Digg did a good job with the app and using it is fun. We did a complete review of the App as soon as it was launched and pointed out some of the setbacks of the App.
Google’s mobile search engine is as powerful as the desktop version and is capable of carrying out complicated math functions and everything which the desktop version does. The mobile version just went a step further. Till date, before buying an App you do a bit of review online about the App. Searching for the App from Google Mobile Search renders links and results which lead you to the Android Market or the iPhone App Store. This is quite time consuming.
Google recently said that they would be removing Microsoft’s Windows Operating System from their computers. Employees would be allowed to run Windows on their personal computers but not on their main workstations. They instead plan to shift to Mac‘s or will install Linux on these machines.
Google’s Chrome OS, an Operating System, unique of its kind is making its debut this fall. The OS is very light and is designed for netbooks and low powered laptops. It is a cloud-based operating system with only a browser; Apps would be browser based and could be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store.
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.
FIFA 2010 World Cup is just around the corner and fans are just crazy about it. Even if you are not a soccer fanatic, watching the world cup is a different experience all together. iTunes has put up a special page dedicated to Soccer this time and it puts down a lot of soccer stuff in one place. Though it forgets to mention the best songs and podcasts, we would help you make your decision and are putting the best of everything related to FIFA right in front of you.
Apple is on a winning streak by selling a million iPads a month. Last month, Apple reported that it had sold it’s one millionth iPad in just 24 days. That was enormous. Today, Apple has sold its 2 Millionth iPad. On May 28, iPad was launched internationally and thousands and thousands of people felt the magic in their hands.