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
Google recently updated the way it appears to tablet users. The search engine was completely redesigned for iPad and Android based tablets, and now sports a newer look. With every major design change that a famous site undergoes, there are two view points that are formed. Following the tradition, Google users on tablets are generating mixed reactions, and they are reasonable. Which side are you on? Read More
Google Chrome is now Britain’s second most popular browser, according to StatCounter. The analytical service recently revealed that Google Chrome has overtaken Firefox to become the second most widely used browser in Britain. Thanks to Google’s notorious advertising and marketing techniques, most people in Britain prefer Chrome over Firefox. Read More
It appears that an AT&T employee was denied holiday leave for the last two weeks of September due to an “event blackout”. In an email sent to Gizmodo, the employee notified the site about the issue, and also informed us to eye the last two weeks of September for an event at which Apple will announce iPhone 5. Read More
Hangouts is a part of the Google+ social project which allows you to video chat with up to 10 people at the same time. Till today, users in hangouts could together watch YouTube videos, but now, YouTube Live product manager Brandon Badger has told GigaOM that users in hangouts will soon be able to video live YouTube streams, while chatting in Hangout. Read More