Monday evening I had a chance to catch up with Moshi. I’ve got to say they are probably my favorite Apple outfitter. They always impress me with their new products. At Pepcom’s Digital Experience on Monday prior to the start of CES 2013, Moshi had a few new items including the all new Ionbank, a portable charging solution for Apple and Android mobile devices. [click to continue…]
As the release date of the highly anticipated Windows 8 quickly approaches, Microsoft is letting a few more details out of the bag. [click to continue…]
Microsoft has reported an update for it’s popular Office 2011 Suite with Retina support for the new Apple MacBook Pro Retina. This news comes just little over a month after reports that a commenter for the “Office for Mac Team” had shot down the notion of support for Office applications beyond Outlook. [click to continue…]
Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion (v10.8) is now available. The new operating system is available from the Mac App Store for only $20. [click to continue…]
The OnStar / Cadillac press conference last night saw some pretty exciting news. The Cue infotainment center, OnStar open source API and expanding on the Verizon 4G LTE partnership with streaming content, in-vehicle content sharing and Skype video calling. [click to continue…]
The new, official Facebook for iPad app is finally here, in the App Store. For the iPhone, it’s a new version (4.0, and according to the app description, uninstall the older version before installing 4.0).
Here are some of the Facebook for iPad highlights:
- Share a photo, update your status or send a message without leaving News Feed
- Use Facebook apps and play games in full screen mode
- Flip through animation (like a photo album) for browsing high-res photos
- Check out the Nearby map to see what your friends are up to
- Chat with friends right from your home screen
iPad users, check it out, and let us know how you like it.
- via Fonearena.
Windows 8, the successor to the Windows 7 operating system from Microsoft, was recently announced, and it’s getting a warm response from the tech bloggers. Like Apple’s OS Lion, which tries to integrate some tablet-friendly features to a desktop, Windows 8 takes it a bit further.
Details, as well as a YouTube demo video, after the break:
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In addition to reading Kindle books on a Kindle (that statement was genius..), there are the Kindle apps for iPhone, Android, and pcs/macs. Now there’s a cloud based reading app that is integrated into your browser (Safari, Safari for iPad, and Chrome; I/E and Firefox to be released soon). Other than PDFs, purchased books will not reside on your local hard disk, but in the CLOUDS (insert heavenly music here). Check out some screen shots after the break:
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News Flash! Skype for iPad is now in the App Store, and it’s free. iPad users had to settle for the iphone/ipod version, which did not make good use of the larger iPad screen, and one could not instant message during a video call. Of course, you will not be able to send video with the 1st generation iPad, due to the lack of front facing camera. You can see the party that is calling you though. But you knew that already.
Have you tried it? How do you like it?
Read more about Skype for iPad.
At WWDC 2011 today, Steve Jobs unveiled OS X Lion, which offers over 250 new features. I’ve taken the liberty to highlight several of the key new features below. [click to continue…]