Mozilla has announced that they have been working on an application for the iPhone known as Firefox Home. Firefox Home is based on Mozilla’s Sync (earlier known as Weave) technology and it gives users instant access to their bookmarks, browsing history, opened tabs and recent tabs from their last Firefox browsing session.
Today, Apple updated its iBooks Application which runs on the iPad.
iBooks is now on version 1.0.1 and fixes a few issues. iBooks has been a success for Apple and the iPad, a major milestone.
Gameloft, a popular and huge developer of games for many platforms including iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has recently announced that Prince of Persia Warrior Within is going to be ported on iPhone and would be out on June 3.
Gameloft has even posted some screen-shots of the new game and they look awesome. Reportedly, Gameloft had a press conference in Paris and declared that Prince of Persia Warrior Within would be coming soon. The title has been popular on various gaming consoles like Xbox, PlayStation and even PC.
We witnessed the iPhone 4G roar take place and a few days back even saw a white iPhone prototype appear on several websites. The leaks appear to be coming from Apple’s manufacturing unit in China.
These facts already make us somewhat sure that Apple is going to announce its iPhone 4G at Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), to be held from June 7-11 at San Francisco. Need some more proof? Walmart has reduced the price of iPhone 3GS to $97. Looks like a clearance sale to make way for the new product. The 100$ price drop almost confirms the arrival of an iPhone from Apple.
Hope it will be as magical as the iPad.
Bill Gates, redefined technology in the early days of IT and even changed the rules of doing business. Not surprisingly, he became the richest man in the world. Those were the days of Windows and Microsoft was in the limelight. Microsoft’s competitors could at best only dream of the good days ahead hoping against hope – except of course Apple.
Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, brought in the much needed fresh air. He has revolutionized the world by introducing the iPhone in 2007 and then redefining computing in 2010 with the iPad. Today, Steve is the crowned king and people just worship him. Sooner or later, he is destined to become the World’s Richest Man.
The Ads campaign started by Apple – ‘Get a Mac’ charmed a lot of users. The Ads were a response to PC’s and showed why a Mac is better than a PC. It encouraged users to Get a Mac instead of a PC as Mac’s are faster, runs Microsoft Office and Windows, do not get viruses, does not crash or give headaches. Justin Long, who plays Mac in the Get a Mac Ads has reportedly told ‘The Onion’ that these hilarious, witty and ingenious Ads might be done. Now, Apple has also removed these Ads from the website and instead put up “Why You’ll love a Mac”.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is the standard security technology used by websites to encrypt data that transfers between their servers and your computers. SSL is used on every bank site or every site which tends to collect your personal information. Google uses SSL encryption on many of its services including Gmail, Google Analytics, Google Adsense, Google Docs etc. They not only use SSL for log in purposes but for the entire application.