Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has kicked off WWDC 2011 keynote by saying that company has sold out 5200 WWDC 2011 tickets to attendees just in two hours, and he also reviled that they have some interesting stuff to talk about Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5, and new cloud stuff.
Some other facts announced at WWDC 2011 Keynote are:
54 million Mac users around the world
PC shrunk 1% while Mac growth is 28% (year-over-year)
Apple is out-grown every quarter for the last five years
WWDC 2011 Keynote Pictures
Watch out the following white iPhone 4 promo video to know the reasons of delay of white iPhone 4 launch as this time Apple said that company will launch white iPhone 4 in Spring, 2011.
Banned iPhone 4 Promo Video
The iPhone 4G rumors does not come to end until the Apple will reveal it and this is expected that company will announce it at WWDC 2010 event which is set for 7-11 June 2010. So, now this time powerbookmedic has posted the photos of white iPhone 4G back cover, glass digitizer, and mid-board.
White iPhone 4G Back Cover, Glass Digitizer, and Mid-board Photos
According to the market analytic Apple surpasses Microsoft in market share and now Apple is more worthy technology company as compare to Microsoft and comes at second place in market capitalization after Exxon Mobil Co. of USA.
Three months ago Apple surpassed Walmart to become at the third position in market share holding and now Apple crossed to Microsoft. Apple’s market share was continuously growing in the last 52 weeks and especially when the Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs rejoins the company after his 6 months medical leave.
It’s hard not to feel a little robbed by HP’s Slate. It was supposed to be the tablet computer to answer Apple’s tablet toy, but turns out toys are pretty popular. Directly related or not, HP floundered in the wake of the iPad, but it’s back with the Slate once more.
Not all is as it was, however. HP is tapping freshly acquired Palm to provide a version of the company’s WebOS for use with the Slate, meaning no more Windows 7. That makes Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer’s first unveiling of the Slate back at the beginning of this year (pictured above) more than a little [...]
Thanks to work being done by a pair of researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratories in Tennessee, something as simple as a webcam could be diagnosing your eyes as well as a trained ophthalmologist.
Before we get to that point, however, Ken Tobin, a scientist, and his partner Edward Chaum, an ophthalmologist, have a smaller stepping stone they want to clear. They’ve created a company called Automated Medical Diagnostics (or AMDx) with the aims of provided a nerve center of software for eye exams.
Consider this: you go to the doctor because your eye is hurting. [...]
You know that street view mode you can turn on while using Google Maps? Well, it turns out that the fleet of cars the company uses to make the pedestrian-style view possible were unintentionally pulling in more data than Google had planned. Namely, the cars were probing password-less Wi-Fi networks and determining what websites folks were looking at.
So, who blew the lid off of this nefarious scheme? Well, you know, the “do no evil” guys — Google.
In a blog post on Friday by Alan Eustace, Senior VP of Engineering and Research, the company admitted that “it’s now clear [...]
Stuart Hughes, a UK based company specialized in luxury gadgets has come up with a iPad Supreme Gold Edition made of solid Gold and Diamonds
This top iPad model encrusted with 53 flawless diamonds on the Apple logo, rear and surround case made of solid 22ct gold, weighing an immense 2,100 grams has a price tag of £129,995 (~$189,000).
The ipad is the Wi-Fi & 3G , 64GB version. There are 10 units available for this heavy paperweight.
Seems like the world will never stop copying or bringing in a competitive product which has become famous and captured the market with craze. Apple’s launch of the iPad got customers standing in long queues awaiting to grab their first copy.
With over a million units sold already, the company sits relaxed while it launches the tablet to other countries in the world. But now, we may see another company adding its product to the competitors line. Sony Corp. announced its interest in developing a tablet alike iPad which maybe termed as the strongest rival of the product.
Mike Abary, Senior [...]
First Sharp brings 3D touchscreens to cellphones, and now the company is going to make it so they can shoot HD in 3D, too. That tiny module will soon find itself inside a variety of cellphones, portable gaming systems and digital cameras.
This twin-lensed 3D capture device will shoot both photos and 720p video in 3D. It’s on its way to hardware manufacturers in July, followed by mass production sometime this year.
Great. Once those portable devices have 3D HD video cameras on board, it’ll probably be a great excuse for manufacturers to jack up prices by considerable percentages.