What’s it like to own an Apple Product?

What’s it like to own an Apple Product? Proud? (iPride?) Few years down the line: “Perhaps you should try spending money on food instead of app store purchases!” Its safe to say all this doesn’t happen with Android. So that’s why (and the only reason why) Android is preferred to Apple. Share if you like!

Google Music Beta — A sneak peak

Google finally launched their much-hyped iTunes killer, Google Music, in beta stage yesterday at their annual Google I/O developers event (where they gave away several Samsung Galaxy Tabs for free!), and packs quite a punch with regards to its functionality. The service is in beta at present because of the record music labels Google has … Continue reading “Google Music Beta — A sneak peak”

Fix for Verizon iPad, Facetime issues coming with iOS 4.3.2

The update… will fix the issues we’ve been hearing about with some Verizon iPad 2 models. Additionally, the new update is said to contain a fix for FaceTime in addition to security fixes for things like WebKit vulnerabilities and other minor changes. …said BGR’s source. Looks like Apple is working very hard to satisfy you!

Microsoft does it again, shamelessly apes Apple

Seriously, when a company of Microsoft’s stature blatantly copies the work of its arch-rival Apple, simply because the latter made it big, you know what Steve Jobs and Apple have done to the world. Zdnet‘s got a leaked screenshot of Microsoft’s App Store which, just like the name “App Store”, is a carbon copy of … Continue reading “Microsoft does it again, shamelessly apes Apple”

Would you like to see Facebook in this new avatar?

We all like Facebook and spend a lot of our time wandering on the social network, commenting and liking stuff apart from sharing, heavily socializing and making new friends. Occasionally, we also ‘poke’ people. But do you ever wish there was more to Facebook than the simple blue and white layout it sports? Probably some stylish … Continue reading “Would you like to see Facebook in this new avatar?”

Adobe releases Flash-to-HTML5 converter, makes your website iPhone, iPad friendly

Well, they first previewed it in 2010 and now Adobe have finally released a pre-release version of their Flash-to-HTML5 converter, called ‘Wallaby’. Wallaby comes as a big relief to developers, who can now easily convert any website for viewing on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad who do not support Flash. Devs will find … Continue reading “Adobe releases Flash-to-HTML5 converter, makes your website iPhone, iPad friendly”

iPad 2 gets ridiculed, mocked (videos)

Just a couple of days post the iPad 2’s arrival and it is already subject to some mockery. But hey, with entertainment like this, we’re not complaining! First up is a video from the “Banned iPxx Promo” guys which includes some really funny bits there: Next up is a video from Conan which too doesn’t … Continue reading “iPad 2 gets ridiculed, mocked (videos)”

Verizon iPhone antenna issues not as serious as they appear (video)

Yesterday the worldwide web went haywire on learning that the Verizon iPhone has similar, or maybe even worse effects than the AT&T iPhone when holding the phone in a certain way, a la the Death Grip. Here’s a glance: …check out this one too: But actually, the issue is not as serious as it appears, … Continue reading “Verizon iPhone antenna issues not as serious as they appear (video)”

OFFICIAL: iOS 4.3 swoops Personal Hotspot to GSM iPhones

We told you, didn’t we. Apple’s iOS 4.3 update has bundled ‘Personal Hotspot’ capability into GSM iPhones. This feature will now enable the iPhone to act like a Wi-Fi connection for up to 5 devices at a time. Just like the CDMA iPhone. GSM users can sign up for this with their carrier AT&T by … Continue reading “OFFICIAL: iOS 4.3 swoops Personal Hotspot to GSM iPhones”