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17 Feb/12

Mac OS X Mountain Lion’s Galaxy Desktop Wallpaper

Mac OS X Mountain Lion’s Galaxy Desktop Wallpaper

You may need to wait until summer before Apple’s latest Mac OSX Mountain Lion is released, but here’s some good news, you can wear its wallpaper right away. Still maintaining that galaxy theme, Apple’s latest operating system, the Mountain Lion comes with a blue-ish version of the galaxy as its default wallpaper. We think it’s really nice and here’s the high-res wallpaper in various different sizes. Download wallpaper in: 3200

13 Feb/12

iPad fuorilegge in Cina: le autorità sequestrano i tablet

iPad fuorilegge in Cina: le autorità sequestrano i tablet

La vicenda risale a Dicembre del 2011, ma solo ora i suoi effetti si stanno facendo sentire: a seguito di una controversia legale circa lo sfruttamento del nome iPad in Cina tra Apple e Proview, un'azienda taiwanese produttrice di display, la sentenza dell'ente di Amministrazione dell'Industria e del Commercio ha dato ragione al brand cinese. Questo ha portato ad un'operazione di sequestro, iniziata ieri pomeriggio, dei tablet made in Cupertino che si trovano sugli scaffali dei rivenditori...

25 Set/10

Google: Apple is not our main competitor

Google: Apple is not our main competitor

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal’s Alan Murray, the CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt, discussed how and who Google now needs to compete against and it’s clear that the foundation of the company, search, is still its main focus going forward. In the interview, Schmidt described Microsoft’s search engine as their main competitor, describing it as a “well-run, highly competitive search engine.” He said that Microsoft need to be watched and implied...




8 Set/10

iOS 4.1 now available for iPhone and iPod Touch

iOS 4.1 now available for iPhone and iPod Touch

In a way it’s odd and unusual that technology companies, that usually want you to buy the very latest version of the thing you only bought a year ago, are so willing these days to make it easy for you to update your device.  Now Apple has released the latest version of their iOS operating system for both the iPhone and the iPod Touch. I say it’s unusual though you have to take into account here that neither of these products are cheap, but neither will be the development...

2 Set/10

No Facebook in Ping After All

No Facebook in Ping After All

Yesterday on TWiG, Leo and Jeff and I discussed Facebook integration in Ping–Leo didn’t know it was there, but looking at the screenshots on Apple’s site, before I got the iTunes 10 download, I said it was there. But even though the Ping web page reads “Find even more music fans…by connecting to your Facebook account” right now, Kara Swisher reports that Steve Jobs told her there’s no Facebook in Ping because they wanted “onerous terms that...

2 Set/10

What Looks Different in iTunes 10

What Looks Different in iTunes 10

Garrett Murray diffs iTunes 9 versus iTunes 10 user interfaces in rollover screenshots. I like how the volume slider is so much more iPhone 4ish. Continua a leggere – Original Link: What Looks Different in iTunes 10 Technorati Tags: garrett-murray, itunes, itunes 10, like-how, murray, rollover-screenshots, the-volume, user-interfaces

23 Ago/10

Apple applies for anti-Jailbreak [spy] patent

Apple applies for anti-Jailbreak [spy] patent

Jailbreaking Apple’s iPhones has has a lot of publicity of late with new tools making it easier than ever before to unlock the iPhone so it can be used across networks and have any apps installed.  Now though Apple have applied for a patent that could allow them to remotely disable any iPhones that are being used for an “unauthorised” purpose. The patent, which is intended to be able to disable stolen handsets was submitted on Friday and is called “systems...

31 Lug/10

RIM to launch Blackpad?

RIM to launch Blackpad?

It could be the worst branding exercise since technology company Blick launched their glossy white Internet radios and suddenly realised they wouldn’t be able to sell them in South Africa.  Now Research in Motion, the company behind the amazingly popular Blackberry mobile phones has now registered the domain name blackpad.com. The Blackpad is rumoured to be a tablet computer to rival the iPad (the image below is only an artists’ impression).  Not much is known about...

23 Lug/10

Apple Leads In Security Vulnerabilities, Microsoft Third

Apple Leads In Security Vulnerabilities, Microsoft Third

Apple software had more reported security vulnerabilities than any other company in the first half of 2010, according to security company Secunia, a reputable security company that tracks security vulnerabilities since 2002. Last years leader, Oracle, dropped to second spot while Microsoft managed to retain the third spot firmly in the last five years. Adobe made their first appearance in the top ten in 2008, and managed to climb to position five in this report. Lastly, Google is now...

2 Lug/10

Apple admits iPhone signal fault

Apple admits iPhone signal fault

It happens!  Technology moves to quickly and companies have such little time to actually socak test products these days that problems slip through.  Unless you’re Toyota though they’re not usually life-threatening which will come as some relief to Apple. The BBC has reported that Apple have acknowledged there’s an issue with people who “hold the iPhone 4 a certain way” that causes signal strength and reception to drop off. Apple has put the problem...