Apple’s iOS 5 will feature complete voice integration just like Android. Along with iOS 5, Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 will feature speech recognition courtesy Nuance Technologies. An icon with the shape of a microphone will be available everywhere text input is available, and tapping it will apparently activate the speech recognition technologies that will allow you to perform tasks by simply speaking out your query rather than typing them. Read More
Apple has released iOS 5 Beta 5 for developers. The new beta version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system offers stability improvements and bug fixes. Complying with it’s “post-PC” strategy, Apple offers the 128Mb update over the air.
Google has added a really cool feature in Google Labs dubbed “Preview Pane” in Gmail that allows you to preview mails on the right side. Just as the way mail on iPad works, Gmail Labs Preview Pane brings mail previews to the desktop version of Gmail.
If you like to go to events and exhibitions, Expo World might help you find your next visit. Expo World for iOS is a nifty little App whose sole purpose is to help users find events they are interested in visiting. Using the App, users can check out event details, location, and contact information. Read More
This picture was posted on MacRumors, and appears to be the iPhone 5. Read More
Deal of the century. Google is offering its Nexus S phone for free only for today, 8/3/11 via Best Buy. The phone is available in Best Buy stores for free, but requires a two year contract. All three versions of the phone designed for Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T are a part of the promotion which can be availed only today.
Apple has apparently shipped all new iPhone 5s in boxes to carriers for approval and testing. Apple is as always using extremely careful techniques to prevent the details of the device to be leaked. As the Guardian points out, testing will be done in labs under high supervision. Read More
There you go folks, alongside iCloud.com, Apple has also revealed its awesome recovery tool dubbed “iForgot”. In the era of the “i”, iForgot is yet another addition which allows users to recover their forgotten passwords associated with their Apple ID’s or vice-versa in the Apple way.
iCloud.com is now live, and already available for developers to test. This now confirms that iCloud will also have web apps that will help users access their content from any device including Mac and PC directly via the browser. Not only the Apps are powerful, they look extremely gorgeous. Everything from the buttons, to the pop-ups to the typography is Apple-style. Amazing. Read More