Apps for iPhone have really changed the way we interact with the device. Without Apps the iPhone is like a Lemonade without Lemon.
1.The iPad Wi-Fi model will be available April 3.
2.Wi-Fi and 3G models available late April.
3.All iPad models will be available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K. in late April.
4.Preorders for all versions start March 12 for pickup April 3.
Are you going to get one? Do leave behind your comments.
Apple is really beating the ban hammer on both the developers as well as the users. They have removed so many apps this past month and are still going on. The latest plan being to remove WiFi Scanners from the App Store. Maybe Apple is tired of so many Apps available and wants to defragment the Store.
Even WifiTrak a popular WiFi scanner has been removed today.
Apple wants to prevent users hook up their iPhones illegally to an open, unsecured connections. For some reasons it is better for the security of the device. Or there could even be a technical problem with the 802.11 radio functionality.
The new features include :-
* Automatic translation of web pages – If a user is viewing a web page which is in a language different from the one preferred by the user, then the user would have the option of translating the page using Google Translate. Google says it’s a step towards making “all the world’s information universally accessible in an easy, frictionless way.”
“We can sit by and watch competitors steal our patented inventions, or we can do something about it. We’ve decided to do something about it,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We think competition is healthy, but competitors should create their own original technology, not steal ours.”
UPDATE : HTC comments on the case:
We only learned of Apple’s actions based on your stories and Apple’s press release. We have not been served any papers yet so we are in no position to comment on the claims. We respect and value patent rights but we are committed to defending our own innovations. We have been innovating and patenting our own technology for 13 years.
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Chrome gained a 0.4 % of global usage share in January whereas the rest resulted a month to month decline.
In February Chrome jumped from 5.22% to 5.61 % while other popular browsers such as Firefox and Opera only experienced a negligible shift.
Secondly, it is only when personalities become important and organizations become successful that they attract the attention and jealousy of others. For Google, this is just the case. And it should be prepared for even more as with the passage of time the number of challenges from the environment in form of cases against it through the use of international dispute mechanisms, is only expected to increase.
Thirdly, those companies who have filed their complaints must be prepared to go up to the last mile themselves and stand to public scrutiny themselves. It would have been better if they could have concentrated their efforts in beating competition by way of enhancing their technological edge rather than pursuing litigation.