Apple Updates iLife Apps for iOS with Minor Tweaks and Upgrades

iMovie for iOS

Over the past year, Apple added a number of new applications to its App Store and ported over some of its existing Mac applications over to the iOS platform, such as iPhoto, GarageBand, and iMovie. Late Tuesday, Apple posted updates for all of the following apps: iPhoto, GarageBand, iMovie, and Cards. iPhoto received a minor update for bug fixes and … Read More

Google Inc. (GOOG) Announces ‘Google Drive’ Cloud Storage Service

Google Drive

Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has been leading the market for quite some time with web based services, including search, email and documents. On Tuesday, Google Inc. released a more streamlined cloud experience for its users, the long-awaited Google Drive. The service provides users with 5GB of free storage, which is also integrated with Google Docs and many of Google’s other online … Read More

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Highlights ‘iCloud’ in New TV Ad

iCloud Harmony TV AD

Apple Inc. (AAPL) recently launched a new TV ad called “Harmony” which in 30 seconds highlights iCloud service for iOS and OS X. AAPL has been posting a series of iPhone 4S ads which show the all-new voice assistant Siri and the much improved camera and now with the latest ad the focus has turned to iCloud. iCloud automatically stores … Read More

Strip Designer Review – A great way to start on your comic strip career

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Strip Designer Review Comic strips have never gone out of fashion and with today’s technology is easier than ever to create you own. If you have an iPhone, iPad or both then you can try your hand at creating your own by using the photo’s on your camera roll with the universal app Strip Designer. The functionality on both the … Read More

OS X Mountain Lion Preview, 100 new features, Inspired by iPad

OS X Mountain Lion

On Thursday, Apple announced the newest version of the Mac operating system, OS X 10.8. The newest version is being called ‘OS X Mountain Lion’, up from the current OS X Lion running on Mac computers. Apple has made a preview version of OS X 10.8 available to registered developers and will release the final version, with over 100 new … Read More

Apple Releases New iPhone 4S TV Ads ‘Rock God’ and ‘Road Trip’

iPhone 4S TV Ad Rock God

Apple has been experiencing heavy sales with the iPhone 4S, the company sold more than 4 million devices during the launch weekend. With the success of the iPhone 4S, Apple has been consistently releasing TV ads to get the word out about Siri personal assistant and other features. On Thursday to follow up a number of other successful ads, Apple … Read More

Apple Launches iTunes Store in Latin America and Brings iTunes Match to Brazil

Apple Launches iTunes Store in Latin America, iTunes Match in Brazil

On Tuesday, Apple launched iTunes Store, the popular music, movies, and app download service introduced by Apple over 5-6 years ago, in a number of Latin American counties. The Latin American countries receiving Apple’s iTunes Store include Brazil as well as Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela. iTunes … Read More

iTunes 10.5.1 Released Apple launches iTunes Match in the US

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After weeks of speculation, Apple finally released their new music locker service, iTunes Match. Apple pegged the release for an October release, but delayed it until the first week of November. iTunes Match is currently available to US customers for a $25/ a year fee, which will allow them to scan their iTunes music library and replicate it in the … Read More

iPhone 4S TV Ads Highlight Siri, Camera and iCloud

Apple announced the new iPhone 4S on October 4th and since then has experienced a large number of sales, more than any quarter in the past. On Thursday, Apple aired the first iPhone 4S TV ad on select networks, highlighting the new personal assistant feature, Siri. The first ad aired  begins with a woman who tells Siri that she has … Read More

Ahead of iOS 5 Release Date Apple Wipes iTunes Match and iCloud Data

Apple wipes iTunes Match ahead of iOS 5 release date

Apple appears to be preparing for iOS 5 release date as it wiped iTunes Match data on Monday at 9AM PDT. Last week we reported that Apple posted a notification on the iOS developer portal mentioning that iCloud backup data would be deleted on Thursday, September 22nd. In an email to developers Apple mentioned that in order to “improve the … Read More

Apple Releases ‘Find My Mac’ Developer Preview

Find My Mac Apple

Find My Mac, one of the features in Apple’s iCloud service went live for developers today as part of the beta testing. The service was added to the Developer Preview 4 that was released following Apple’s annual WWDC Conference. Find My Mac is essentially Find My iPhone on a larger platform and operates the same way. Find My iPhone relies … Read More

Apple Launches iCloud.com and iWork Beta for Developers

Apple iCloud Apps

Apple on Monday launched iCloud.com and the iWork beta for developers. The iCloud.com login screen is also identical to the one seen just before the iCloud announcement. This is one of the three major updates announced at Apple’s WWDC 2011 event, highlighting iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion, and iCloud. Reports from users and developers alike say that some have … Read More

Mac OS X Lion Launching Tomorrow Apple (AAPL) Confirms During Q3 Earnings Call

During Apple’s Q3 conference call, the company’s CFO, Peter Oppenheimer confirmed that Mac OS X Lion would be launching tomorrow. Other subjects covered during Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) conference call included sales of Macs, iPods, iPhone, and iPad. Apple (AAPL) reported a growth in sales over last quarter with over 3.95 million Macintosh computers during the quarter, an increase of 14%, 3.34 iPhone … Read More

Apple Releases WWDC 2011 Session Videos for Developers

Apple WWDC 2011 Developer Sessions Videos

During this years WWDC keynote event Apple previewed OS X Lion, iOS 5 and shared its plan for the upcoming cloud based service called iCloud. With no announcement about iPhone 5 the event was completely dedicated to software. The company has now posted videos of WWDC 2011 sessions on iTunes and updated Apple’s developer page to include all that took … Read More