Archive for May 2010
Microsoft Needs a ‘Killer’ Windows 7 Tablet to Topple Apple The pressure is on Microsoft to build a viable Windows 7 tablet, analysts say.Related Posts:
Apple has seen fit to release an update on its iPad sales numbers and they now top 2 million units in as many months. The device is now selling worldwide, which obviously helps to bolster the numbers. The supply is still a bit limited. As of last week, there was a one week delay on the iPad 3G.
Steve Jobs assures everyone that their patience will soon be rewarded as they are working hard to build enough iPads for everyone. To date, 5000 iPad apps have hit the app store.
Sure, many of them are upgrades of iPhone apps, but some are exclusive to the iPad. Pretty impressive.
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Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta, two Stanford grads who signed up for the Launch Pad class at the University’s Institute of Design (aka d.school), could have hardly chosen a better path to try their hands at startup life. The pair has gone from idea to a (very cool) digital news app for the iPad in just 5 weeks, and they’re just getting started.
The application, called Pulse, is essentially a visually attractive RSS-based news aggregator. On sale for $3.99 (iTunes link), the app is aimed to please both hardcore RSS reader users and people who are willing to pay top dollars for single publication apps.
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I have an unlocked iphone and wanted to install the myfaves application on it. Can anyone please send me a link from where I can download this onto my iphone?Related Posts:
I was at the apple store yesterday and I was looking at the new apple ipad and in the photo gallery it has sample pics to show the features of the ipad and its touch interface. So my question is what camera takes those pics because the they are amazinggggg! Lol thanksRelated Posts:
For all its faults, the prime reason we panned Microsoft’s Kin was price. Why buy a Kin when you could get a more capable iPhone, Palm Pre or Android device for the same price? This week, it seems someone at Best Buy HQ has seen the light. As of today, the brick-and-mortar electronics superstore has knocked $50 off the price of both handsets, making the Kin One free and the Kin Two cost only $50 on a two-year contract, with no mail-in rebates or other nonsense required. Now, if only do something about that $30 monthly data plan, your teen might finally have a vaguely compelling reason to pick one up.
[Thanks, Sean T.]
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From Engadget: Plenty of other VoIP apps have managed to work in this functionality since Apple / AT&T started allowing it last year , but the official Skype app has been a notable holdout. Now, two months after Skype started doing 3G calls on Android with Verizon , there’s a 2.0 version of the app for iPhone that brings voice calls over 3G at last. Mobile iPhone calls are free until August, after which… Read more »
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