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.
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.
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.
The new Windows Phone 7 offers almost all the features you need, though currently, it does not have cut-and-paste function. Well, if you are the sort of user who uses that function often, good news. According to a Microsoft executive, the cut-and-paste feature is scheduled to be available to Windows Phone 7 users by January next
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.
If you have just bought the new LG Optimus 7 Windows phone, you will be pleased to know that you can download quality apps (including paid one) free for use. Today, LG and Microsoft have jointly announced that quality apps will be made available free for LG customers who bought the latest Windows Phone 7 handsets.
There is a new kid on the search engine block, and the name is Blekko. Well, it works more like Web 2.0 whereby it requires you, your friends, experts and even community to use ”slashtags” to search only the sites you want and cut out the unwanted spam sites.
Here’s some data to chew on: Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 Beta ranked second in an early HTML5 performance benchmarking, just right behind Firefox, and well ahead of the rest of the pack. IE9 Beta then went on to score 95/100 on the Acid3 test. And now, according to initial official HTML5 conformance tests, IE9 tops
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
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
Microsoft has just released the Release Candidate (RC) of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1). This release would be the last public beta leading to the official SP1. If you are keen on trying out the SP1 RC, it is available for download directly from Microsoft.
Remember how Microsoft raised some eyebrows when the company announced its plans to push out a Mac-compatible syncing client barely two weeks ago? It seems that the good guys over at Redmond were really serious about it, having released a beta for Windows Phone 7 Connector for OS X merely two weeks after the announcement.
Mac users can enjoy the latest full-featured Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. Microsoft Singapore today unveiled the latest office software – Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook – as well as a new Arc Touch mouse. The stylish Arc Touch mouse can be flatten for portability and popped up for use. Updated: Office for Mac 2011 available now, pricing unveiled!
Adobe has officially announced that its Flash Player 10.1 will be coming to other smartphone operating systems such as BlackBerry, HP webOS 2.0, Windows Phone, LiMo, MeeGo, and Symbian.
While Avira’s products may have a fairly large user base in many parts of the world, the company has yet to establish an official presence locally. That is all set to change: Avira has just announced its intention in making an entry to the local market in a press conference held today at the Marina
Recent news of a Firefox web browser add-on has sparked a lot of interest. Well, that’s only because the add-on allows you to “steal” session cookies on an unsecured network, and lets you gain access to other people’s Facebook or Twitter accounts easily. Talk about hacking made easy.
VLC is one of the most popular media players for both Windows and Mac platforms, as it plays many multimedia file formats and streaming protocols. Some time back in September, VLC was successfully ported over to Apple’s iPad. And now, the latest update brings support for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and the recent iPod touches!