Japanese company Lunascape has launched their web browser for the iPhone (and iPad). Free to download from the Apple App Store, the “iLunascape Lite for iPhone” offers easy one-hand operation as well as various features including screen capture and hiding the address bar for maximized viewing area.
Remember the hoo-ha Apple caused when it was revealed that the Cupertino company was working with a security firm to implement a new built-in, software-configurable SIM card for future iPhones? Seems like the GSM Alliance had beaten Apple to it: the Alliance has announced plans for the development of a standard embedded SIM card to
If there is a good example of the classic ‘good news bad news’ situation, NVIDIA’s latest graphics card for the Mac Pro has to be it. The good news: the Fermi-based Quadro 4000 which was previously available only to PC users has come to the Mac Pro. The bad news? OS X will not support
The voices of the people are heard. At least that’s what Google did, providing their VoIP app to the iPhone users. Yes, you heard right, Google Voice is now available on Apple’s App Store, and it’s free too.
Seems like the good guys over at Apple have a new announcement to make, But in typical Apple flair, they are purposely holding back the good stuff by teasing us viewers with an attention-grabbing banner on homepage. Looks like tomorrow will be a very good day to use iTunes after the announcement has been made.
Ping, the social network for music from Apple iTunes, has partnered with Twitter to let users share their songs and discoveries with their friends, and even preview songs from iTunes within Twitter.
Steve Jobs would probably flip if he saw something like this, but when it comes to making lookalikes of popular devices, the ingenuity of Chinese OEMs cannot be doubted. And this time, it is the recently-released 11-inch Macbook Air which has been ‘retooled’ into the VAYEE HY118, complete with Apple branding and (gasp), standard hardware
While PCs are more prone to viruses and malware, Macs are not entirely safe from these threats either. Good news is, there are anti-virus software developed on Mac OS platform, and recently, Sophos has announced their free Mac anti-virus for the home users.
Google Instant was launched in September, providing users faster search results while they are typing in the search terms. And now, the service has been extended to the mobile devices: smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo) as well as iPhones and iPods running iOS 4. However, currently, it is only available for users in the U.S.
As the folks at BGR put it, despite the new MacBook Air models being the slimmest machines Apple has ever built, the manufacturer managed to find space to pack some bugs in them. Internal memos that were leaked documented two different display software issues, although there seems to be more than just these.
You might be scratching your head, wondering how ‘shouting’ and ‘entertainment’ can be remotely linked in any way. That was what we thought until we got wind about this game for the iPhone, which requires you to shout at your phone in order to take down the nasty boss. Here’s hoping you got a huge
Apple’s iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad may be the epitome of devices specially built from ground-up for the media consumer, but the latest dispute from the developers of the popular VLC media player app may put a stop to that. Apparently, it seems that Apple is in direct violation of the licence which VLC is
Everyone knows that the iPad will be the tablet to beat, and Microsoft is sparing no effort in trying to get its own OS out on the new breed of slates. But as much as Microsoft is going to fight tooth and nail against Apple in this particular segment, it appears that part of the
Apple has sued Motorola over patents infringement on the use of Multi-touch technology on their smartphones. According to sources, the suits mostly pertain to the touchscreen phones: Motorola Droid, Droid 2, Droid X, Cliq, Cliq XT, BackFlip, Devour A555, Devour i1, and Charm.1
The long wait is over. Microsoft has released Office 2011 for Mac – one of the most anticipated software on the Mac platform. This latest version of the Office suite aims to bridge the gap between the Mac and PC versions. So has Microsoft surprised us all with its latest Office incarnation, or did the
Today, Apple Singapore announces the new MacBook Air which comes in two models – 11- and 13-inch - which are lighter, smaller and use solid state flash storage. The company also showcased the iLife ’11 with upgrades to iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand. On a separate note, from online sources, the company may be planning an integrated SIM for the next iPhone.
A forum member over at MacRumors recently discovered a security flaw in iOS 4.1: one can still make phone calls even when an iPhone has been secured with a passcode. Basically the whole dialer becomes exposed, giving access to things like the contact list and more… Update: Apple has responded that it will fix this
Malware? On the Mac? Barely a year ago, saying something like that to a Mac user would be akin to blasphemy of the walled Apple ecosystem. But now that a new Trojan has been found on OS X which has the potential to complete disable the OS’s access protection features, it seems like Mac users
PhotoFast unveils a SandForce SF1222 controller based Solid State Drive (SSD) upgrade for the new generation Apple’s MacBook Air models. Promising 30% improvement over the original, there is also a 256GB version of the kit for the smaller MacBook Air (which is otherwise sold with 64GB or 128GB of storage only). Best of all, the
Apple Inc has said it would delay the release of its white iPhone 4 again, this time pushing the expected availability date all the way into Spring 2011.