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Apple Published  iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Apple Published iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Yesterday Apple pushed iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA for developers via OTA(Over The Air) update. Reportedly its around 300MB update via OTA, so a lot of things seems changed or fixed. Here we have detail changelog.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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Manage Your Mobile Workforce With The Help Of Google Maps Coordinate

Manage Your Mobile Workforce With The Help Of Google Maps Coordinate

Google is working hard with Google Maps by adding newer features and expanding the uses of these maps, especially for businesses. The search engine giant has now released a new feature called ‘Google Maps Coordinate’ which allows you to coordinate and monitor your mobile workforce.

By On June 26, 2012 1 Response
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Windows 8 Will Not Include Office Starter Edition

Windows 8 Will Not Include Office Starter Edition

Microsoft wants to change its distribution strategy for Office suite and the company is already working to implement it. Recently, Microsoft has notified their OEM PC partners that Windows 8 will not come with Office Starter 2010. This is a switch from the software vendors previous stance on providing free Office Starter software with pre-installed OEM versions of Windows 7. Users of Windows 8 would have to buy a separate license of Office suites.

By On June 24, 2012 Respond
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Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

A major Apple Employee discount program was announced by Tim Cook in last January, and was said to take effect in June (this year). According to 9to5Mac, Apple has kept its word and started the discount program on June 20. Under the Apple Employee discount program, now Apple employees can purchase a Mac computer with a $500 discount (excluding the Mac mini) and an iPad with a $250 discount.

By On June 22, 2012 2 Responses
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LG Plans On Launching A New Competitor To Siri, Dubbed ‘Quick Voice’

LG Plans On Launching A New Competitor To Siri, Dubbed ‘Quick Voice’

Apple’s Siri has definitely upped the competition for other smartphone vendors. Ever since Apple launched its iPhone 4S with Siri, the world has hailed it as a defining feature for the handset and millions have flocked to lay their hands on it. Samsung tried to respond to this by introducing its own voice-based personal assistant called S Voice. And now, LG has jumped the bandwagon.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Nokia’s 808 PureView 41 MP Camera Phone Pre-Order Open At Amazon

Nokia’s 808 PureView 41 MP Camera Phone Pre-Order Open At Amazon

Nokia’s most waited 808 PureView 41 MP Camera phone with Carl Zeiss optics is finally up for pre-order in Amazon for US people. Feels like a DSLR camera in a smartphone that fits in your pocket. This extraordinary Nokia 808 PureView phone will release on 8 July, 2012. Pre-oder of this magnificent device is now open at Amazon.com.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft Finally Unveils Windows Phone 8 “Apollo”

Microsoft Finally Unveils Windows Phone 8 “Apollo”

We have been hearing about Microsoft’s plans of unveiling its upcoming version of the OS for mobile platform – and today, at a ‘sneak peek’ event, Microsoft finally did let of some of the wraps from Windows Phone 8, which was formerly being called Apollo. The new version comes with many good news as well as some rather not so good news for current Windows Phone users.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.7.5 Beta For Developers

Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.7.5 Beta For Developers

Two days ago, some people reported that Apple may have been preparing to issue a new beta of OS X Lion to developers. And yesterday, on 19 June, Apple has seeded OS X Lion 10.7.5 build 11G15 to Apple Developer Connection (ADC) members for testing.

By On June 20, 2012 Respond
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HTC Admits One X Wi-Fi Connectivity Flaw

HTC Admits One X Wi-Fi Connectivity Flaw

Just one month after release, HTC One X some users have been complaining about a bug on various forums. According to the users, the One X can not establish connection to Wi-Fi. For that reason, HTC has released a software update few weeks ago, which was thought to solve the issue. But the flaw has not been removed. When HTC got more pressure from the users the company finally admitted the flaw in One X handsets to AndroidCentral, and said it was a hardware issue.

By On June 20, 2012 Respond
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A Mysterious Phone: Motorola QWERTY Slider For Sprint

A Mysterious Phone: Motorola QWERTY Slider For Sprint

Previously, we have been seen many devices first look images that was confirmed. Today, we will show you a mysterious phone that has been collected from a rumor forum. A forum user has posted the image and claimed that he has snapped it from a relative’s house who work at an operator as beta tester. Yes, it is Motorola’s unannounced QWERTY slider phone for mobile operator Sprint. It is a test drive device and the design may not be the exact final design.

By On June 17, 2012 Respond
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TI Shows OMAP-based Toshiba Windows RT Tablet

TI Shows OMAP-based Toshiba Windows RT Tablet

Texas Instruments has shown a Toshiba tablet running on Windows RT with the former’s OMAP processors. The first prototype of the device was shown in Computex by Toshiba couple of weeks ago. This is one of the first functional prototypes of Windows RT tablets, after a slow start of the operating system.

By On June 16, 2012 Respond
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Windows 8: Microsoft Revealed Twitter And Facebook Integration In The People App

Windows 8: Microsoft Revealed Twitter And Facebook Integration In The People App

We have seen a bunch of Microsoft’s preview apps in the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Windows 8 Release Preview earlier. Now the software giant Microsoft wants to manipulate its new features for its People App.

By On June 15, 2012 Respond
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According To Reports, Windows RT License Will Cost $85

According To Reports, Windows RT License Will Cost $85

As we move closer to the release of Microsoft’s much-anticipated Windows 8 and Windows RT, a number of speculations and reports are surfacing about the two. Just to make things clear, Windows RT is the version that will be running on ARM hardware. Now, some reports have pegged a price range for Windows RT.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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Opera 12 Debuts With Camera Support

Opera 12 Debuts With Camera Support

Two weeks ago, Opera has released an update of its most popular mobile browser called Opera Mini. Now the company has made a major update of its desktop browser. Today Opera 12 has been released for Macs and PCs with new customization options and smart features. In terms of monthly users, Opera desktop browser is the company’s second-biggest product and it has almost 60 million users. Over the last year, the number of Opera users has increased by 11 percent, alongside average revenue. Opera wants to bring a new browser concept through Opera 12. Its new browser camera support is one of them.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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Sony Reveals Xperia Miro Android 4.0 Smartphone Ahead Of Time

Sony Reveals Xperia Miro Android 4.0 Smartphone Ahead Of Time

Sony Mobile has announced a new Xperia phone on Sunday in Facebook – the Xperia Miro. Like the ‘Xperia Tipo’ or ‘Tipo Dual’, the Xperia Miro is a stylish Android 4.0 handset with Sony’s custom touches.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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