Apple at WWDC today announced that more than 14 Billion Apps have been downloaded from the App Store in total. The company of-course has got its creative developers to thank for it. In return, Apple has paid developers over $2.5 billion overall. Read More
At WWDC, Apple gave developers a preview of the next generation of Mac OS X – Lion. Lion is full with exciting new features, and is a fusion of Mac OS X and iOS. With over 200 new features, Lion includes interesting items like complete multitouch gesture support, App Store, Resume, Auto-Save, Versions, Better Mail, AirDrop, and more. Ten major features of Lion were demoed by Phil Schiller. Read More
Apple’s going to announce iOS 5 at WWDC, and it has been rumored that iOS 5 will support complete Twitter integration and will include a better notifications system. This latest picture posted by TechCrunch appears to be a leaked screenshot of iOS 5. The image posted features an additional status bar that notifies the user about Twitter account activity. Read More
There are loads of books on Steve Jobs, but “iSteve – The Book of Jobs” will be the very first official biography of the leader. Steve Jobs agreed to participate in the book written by Walter Issacson, and the book will be shipped in March 2012. Read More
Just in time for WWDC, popular YouTube user iTunedSteveJobs has come up with a new video. In his latest upload, Steve Jobs praises WWDC, and explains the excitement that we would feel at WWDC. Till you wait for WWDC, listen to this.
WWDC is just round the corner, and Apple is busy decorating Moscone Center West in San Francisco with banners and hoardings that showcase iOS 5, Lion, and iCloud. The folks at TGAAP have managed to snap few pictures that give us a sense of what is coming. Read More
At D9, Google’s Vice President of Digital Commerce demoed the all new Google Wallet and Google Offers. Google Wallet combines the mobile payments and local offers that enhance customer shopping experience. As pointed out by Walt and Kara, Google Offers is basically a Groupon competitor. Read More
Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt was present at the All Things D conference to talk about Google and the future of the internet. During the session, Schimdt answered questions asked by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. He talked on privacy, Chrome, Chromebook, Apps, phones, and of course Apple. Read More