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Mac OS X Lion Hits 1 Million Downloads In First Day

Apple downloads of Lion exceeded one million in its first day of availability on the Mac App Store and Apple boasted of the initial success of Lion with wording that hinted it had raked in about $30 million. Mac OS X Lion costs $29.99 on the App Store and has proved pretty popular so far on the store with around 90 percent of people who download…
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Microsoft Opening The Door Of Windows Phone Mango OS For The Developers

Microsoft announced a revamped developer portal for Windows Phone 7 developers and developer will be able to start submitting their new WP7 Mango applications in August. Microsoft is also announcing that it is expanding its developer reach to seven new markets and developer will also benefit in that 19 new consumer markets will be added. Microsoft…
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Motorola Working On Xoom 2

Motorola is now testing prototypes of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet and the successor to the XOOM tablet series will feature a new nVidia quad-core Kal-El processor and a 10-inch (2048 x 1536) HD display with a 4:3 aspect ratio. The tablet is rumored to be even slimmer than its predecessor which we admit looks fat next to the Samsung Galaxy…
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BlackBerry App World Boasts 1 Billion Downloads

BlackBerry App World hits one billion downloads and it took a smidge over two years for the company to claim the milestone. A number of factors have likely led to the relative snail's pace in the BlackBerry storefront, including the outfit's rocky relationship with developers and the company has begun a video series that allows seasoned RIM…
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Microsoft Surface 2.0 SDK Due July 12

Microsoft is gearing up to launch a center of excellence for its Surface platform and along with it will come the SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Surface, to the popular Surface interface will bring with it many new features and also some new hardware. The second SDK for Surface is he Metro design aesthetic and runs on WPF 4.0, XNA 4.0 and Windows 7. The…
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From July 12th, Microsoft Will No Longer Support Vista SP1

Microsoft determines the support lifecycle of each of its products from the day that they are released and the Vista SP1 losing Microsoft support on July 12. Vista SP1 users can continue receiving support from Microsoft by upgrading to Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and the software giant has a ten year support period for each of its software…
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Unhappy Final Cut Pro X Users Get Half-Price By Adobe

Adobe lures unhappy Final Cut Pro X users with half-price video editing tools, which is called Switcher Program, which will allow people who have purchased any version of Apple's Final Cut Pro (or Avid Media Composer) to receive a 50 percent discount on Creative Suite CS 5.5 Production Premium or Premiere Pro CS 5.5. Adobe Creative Suite 5.5…
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