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Friday, 21 May 2010 11:57

Is that an app in your Apple TV?

What would it take for Apple to compete with Google TV? The company seems to have most of the elements needed.

Published in Core Dump

Web share statistics for April suggest users are continuing to move away from Windows and Internet Explorer. Mobile devices and Chrome are among the beneficiaries.

Published in Market
Friday, 30 April 2010 14:11

Jobs: we're open, Adobe is closed

The latest round in the spat between Apple and Adobe over Flash is one of Steve Jobs' occasional open letters, and Shantanu Narayen's retorts.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 29 April 2010 14:02

New iPhone announcement a fair bet on June 7

Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held on June 7-11. The significance? New iPhones traditionally debut at WWDC.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 16 April 2010 17:51

iPhone OS backed by most mobile developers

81% of mobile developers are coding (or plan to code) for the iPhone, more than for any other platform.

Published in Strategy

Resources tucked away in the new iPhone SDK 4.0 provide strong hints that videoconferencing is coming. And that implies that future iPhone, iPhone touch and iPad models may be equipped with front-facing cameras.

Published in Mobility

Apple has introduced a new clause to its iPhone developer licence that restricts the languages that can be used to write apps. Adobe isn't mentioned, but it is the apparent target of the change.

Published in Core Dump

Ending months of speculation, Apple has revealed its plans for iPhone OS 4.0. The company also announced its anticipated mobile advertising platform, unsurprisingly named iAd.

Published in Mobility

A fresh round of controversy has exploded concerning the way Apple forbids third-party developers from using private APIs in iPhone OS.

Published in Core Dump

Although my last pronouncement of an iPhone and iPad OS 4.0 was an April Fool's joke, Apple's latest announcement is that it will be delivering a 'sneak peek' into the iPhone OS 4.0 on April 8th, although there's no word yet on when the actual OS itself will be downloadable for existing iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users.

Published in Home Tech

In a stunning move just two days before the iPad launches into the US market, to be followed within the month to other countries, Steve Jobs will announce later today that the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad OS 4.0 will be released - with multitasking.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 12 March 2010 13:29

Multitasking coming to iPhone?

Apple will reportedly introduce full multitasking in version 4.0 of the iPhone OS, due out this summer.

Published in Mobility
When Steve Jobs announced the iPad, the word was that it would arrive in late March for the Wi-Fi version, and 30 days after that for one with inbuilt 3G, but while one analyst says the iPad will be delayed, a news report suggests that March 26 will be the day the iPad arrives in stores after all.
Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 12:12

Web trends show Firefox slipped in January

The latest web statistics always make interesting reading, but the latest set do little more than confirm the trends. One exception is that Firefox took a small hit.
Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 08:22

iPhone OS 3.1.3 primarily a security update

The 3.1.3 update for the iPhone and iPod touch software contains multiple security updates and a few other bug fixes
Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 07:23

iPad features iDon't want to see

Hype and rumour abound as to the nature, price and design of the highly-expected Apple tablet - or iPad or iSlate. I won't add to the false predictions but I'll certainly tell you what I hope it isn't.
Published in The Linux Distillery
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 10:00

HTC HD2 - I can't believe it's not butter!

After surprisingly positive reports on the WinMo 6.5-powered HTC HD2 when it launched in the US late last year, the HD2 has launched in Australia at last via Telstra, and with multi-touch capabilities along with an amazingly fast and smooth experience, it’s hard to believe you’re really using a Windows Phone instead of a jailbroken iPhone with a WinMo skin!

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