News: Apps and Software
Tuesday, 26 Jul 2011
It's a dark day for e-book readers on the iPad, no longer can you buy e-books directly from within Apple's iOS apps.
Mozilla, the people behind the Firefox browser, is making its own mobile operating system called Boot to Gecko, or B2G.
Google has begun deleting user accounts on Google Plus with "questionable" profile names. According to Google's policies, Google Plus members are not allowed to use professional titles, pseudonyms or unusual characters in their user name.
Friday, 22 Jul 2011
That's one quick cat; in its first day of release over one million Mac users have bought and downloaded the brand new Mac OS X Lion from the Apple App Store. According to Apple, that's a record for fastest selling OS in their history.
Thursday, 21 Jul 2011
Now that Apple's big cat is out of the bag, what are reviewers saying about Mac OS X Lion?
Synology announces the beta availability of the new NAS server OS, the DiskStation Manager 3.2.
Fancy making a call or sending a message to a friend using just your Wi-Fi or mobile data connection? Viber, the app that does just that for iOS users, is now available on Android too.
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2011
PopCap games announces that it has signed a global agreement with Sony Ericsson to pre-load Games By PopCap on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Mini and Xperia Mini Pro.
During Apple's quarterly earning calls on 19th July, the company also mentioned that its updated Mac OS X Lion will be launched on the Mac App Store on 20th July.
Tuesday, 19 Jul 2011
Epson announces the Epson iPrint 2.0, which allows iOS users to print wirelessly on Epson printers with support for cloud services.