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We know from Apple’s press release that Monday’s WWDC Keynote will be focused on a new service titled iCloud, and last minute rumors have started snowballing that Twitter will become a major integrated component into iOS 5. But what will these two new factors really bring to the iOS ecosystem? In what ways can we [...]
Yesterday, Google announced a new plan to bring “Chromebooks”, cheap netbooks that run one app and one app only: the Chrome web browser, to business and education using a revolutionary new pricing scheme.
If you’re an iPhone owner, it appears that you don’t need to purchase a 3G model of the iPad if you want to use it on the go. Not only can you share your iPhone’s data connection with the iPad via personal hotspot, but the phone will also pass GPS information to the iPad when [...]
Sources have indicated that Apple may be working on a new template for it’s Xcode development environment which makes designing and publishing magazines, comics, graphic novels, and other similar content a breeze. Not only would this make it easy for existing publications to move onto the App Store, but it will allow brand new start-ups [...]
Adobe just released Wallaby, a new technology that converts Flash to HTML5. While it is still within its infancy stage and lacks sorely in its abilities, it is a clear indication of the power of iOS.
Adobe announced the availability of the Enterprise Edition of their Digital Publishing Suite. This will surely accelerate the means by which publishers bring their content to our tablets.
We weren’t kidding when we said we heard Steve Jobs would make it to the big Apple event today. Steve took the stage with a crowded room, and commanded his points about the success of the App Store and the iPad. Then he revealed iPad 2 in all its glory!
If you want to see why Apple is being so bullish about it’s App Store revenue these days, just take a look at this infographic. Apple’s predicted App Store revenue for 2011 is $15 Billion, and their customers spend far more money on 3rd party apps and services than the competition’s.
How much of an impact Apple’s new subscription model will have on it’s App Store business, and by extension the iOS platform as a whole, remains to be seen. It’s certainly stirred up quite a reaction from the blogosphere, and from a few minor developers. We haven’t really heard from any of the major players [...]
Last night was a big night for those following Apple’s mobile devices – they seeded the first Beta release of iOS 4.3, the newest version of the iPhone and iPad operating system. Currently iPads and iPhones run iOS 4.2.1, so this is just an incremental upgrade, but it brings with it a lot of new [...]
In the wake of the new multitouch gestures found in iOS 4.3, there has been a lot of discussion about whether or not we could see the Home button (the lone button on the face of any iOS device) become obsolete and removed from future hardware.