You may have read past articles about the problems that have been caused with the launch of iPhone 4S in China. As you can see from the picture of the Beijing Apple Store, there are many people waiting in anticipation – which is normal for the release of a new Apple product. However amongst this crowd, there are many “scalpers”, who go in as a customer and buy an iPhone and then sell them to people further back in the queue or online. And as you can probably predict Apple is trying to prevent this. Read More
Apple’s Tim Cook has sent out a mail to all employees asking them to report at the Cupertino Town Hall at 10 A.M to discuss about some “exciting new things”. Just after the iBooks announcement and after the record breaking fiscal quarter, Apple will be holding this meeting. At the earnings call, Tim carefully tackled the question about Apple TV which could mean that it comes under the “exciting new things” category. Read More
Google today changed its privacy policies and terms and it seems that they are now gearing up against Twitter, Facebook and Apple for delivering the most relevant information. The company has now combined over seventy different policies into one that mentions that Google now has the ability to combine any information it has about you into one single profile to help you get more relevant results. Read More
If you are a new Android user or you plan on getting an Android device, then you are likely going to download an arsenal of applications that fit your personal needs. With thousands of applications in the market, which one should you get first? Well, you could get on your phone or go to Android.com to see what the most popular apps are. But there are really good apps way down on the long list of Apps too. During the coming weeks, we will be covering some breath-taking Android Apps that will help you get the most out of your device. For this week, we will be covering the top Android games that’ll get you addicted. Read More
Google is yet again testing a new feature that it intends to introduce to its search engine. The ‘sources’ information pane will provide details about the thing that you are searching for, as you can see from the picture that is located on this page, it is integrated with the search that you would be making on Google, so you will not have to think about it if you don’t want to use it. Read More
As predicted, Apple has released new MacBook Pros on Monday that feature better processors and graphics, but surprisingly, the same price.
The major change is the upgraded processor, the 13″ now comes with a 2.4 GHz Core i5, and you can also purchase the 13″ with 2.8 GHz Core i7, both of them being dual core.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple is constraining the supply of all current MacBook models, in anticipation of a refresh of the line of the product. They also claim that the part numbers for new MacBook Pros have shown up in Apple’s inventory. The model numbers are K90IA for the new 13 inch model, K91A for the 15 inch and K92A for the 17 inch model. Read More
Today, WordPress released an awesome new update for the WordPress iOS App. This App has been on the App Store for a while, but it wasn’t polished enough, but rest assured as this update fixes that. The update basicaly makes it much easier to create and edit posts, such as many upgrades to the text editor and direct formatting buttons for links, adding quotes, and more. Read More
As Google wants to offer users a unified design based experience on all its network sites, it has even redesigned its sign-in page that allows user to get access to Google services by logging in with their Google IDs. The new sign in page is in preview-mode, and can be tried by hitting the “Preview” button. Read More