9to5Mac have got their hands on the new Apple RetailMe iPads which include a new App dubbed ‘Daily Download’. The App is basically a source of Daily Apple news for Apple store employees, and features amazing new features in a much more fun way. Read More
Although Thunderbolt is a technology primarily developed by Intel, Apple has trademarked it. Apple actually owns the Thunderbolt trademark, not Intel. MacNN points out that documents filed with the US and Canadian trademark offices reveal Apple is claiming the trademark, based on a filing it made in November 2010 in Jamaica. Read More
As WWDC approaches, Apple is planning to surprise us with another amazing product dubbed “iCloud” which will satisfy all our music needs while residing in the cloud. According to sources, Apple has signed deals with record label EMI and is very close to signing deals with Sony Entertainment Music and Universal Music Group. Read More
A recent survey by Business Insider reveals how people use the magical tablet from Apple. The results are interesting as the extensive questionnaire was answered by over 850 people. iPad has killed the netbook market, and Apple is just getting started with this product. Read More
Google today added support for Pivot Table in the spreadsheet application within Google Docs. Quoting Wikipedia, pivot tables “can automatically sort, count, total or give the average of the data stored in one table or spreadsheet. It displays the results in a second table (called a “pivot table”) showing the summarized data.” Read More
According to DigiTimes, the world’s most popular tablet – iPad 2 is coming to Taiwan this month. The report can be trusted completely as DigiTimes is a Taiwanese publisher, and many rumors coming from this publication are mostly true. Sources in the retail channel estimate that the iPad 2 should be launched as soon as within the next 1-2 weeks, says DigiTimes. Read More
The developers of the game have also released a new update that adds a few features and includes performance improvements. The game is now back to its normal price ($0.99), but the success proves the power of the App Store. Read More
This should not come as a surprise. Apple’s curated App platform for iOS devices, the world’s most phenomenal phone, and the extraordinarily addictive game with pigs and birds have been awarded the Guinness World Records.
Apple’s App Store, iPhone 4, and Rovio’s Angry Birds were chosen to have set new records. Guinness dubbed the iPhone 4 as the “the fastest-selling portable gaming system” after selling an estimated 1.5 million handsets on the first day it was released on June 24, 2010.