Apple has posted videos of its Education Event, where company has made several announcements related to educational stuff including some apps like iBooks with Textbooks support, iTunes U, iBooks Author etc.
You can check out videos from Education Media Event at Apple’s official page or through iTunes.
Apple has rolled out iOS 4.3 update for Apple TV 2G with a new major feature enhancement of purchased TV shows that let you allow to buy and stream new episodes of shows but also provides access to previously purchased stuff to stream through iTunes account.
iOS 4.3 also includes support for Vimeo on Apple TV 2G. You can grab iOS 4.3 for Apple TV through link below.
Download iOS 4.3 for Apple TV
Google+ is the next big thing trying to take over the social network game on the Internet. Google+ revolves around circles (friend lists), hangouts (groups) and sparks (interesting stuff). A very neat and clean interface. I’m already in love with it.
We’ve been sharing various Google+ tips and tricks since morning, and here is another one. You can get a big Chrome app shortcut link for Google+ to quickly access it from Google Chrome.
Get Google+ App Shortcut in Chrome
I myself use the Chrome apps area to quickly access my favourite websites. You can do the same with Google+ [...]
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
Apple has sent out the notice to music company’s executives about the change for the iTunes preview which is extended to 90 seconds for the songs with at least 2 minutes 30 seconds duration whereas the 30 second preview is still the same for the shorter songs.
Now, for example if any of music label does not agree with Apple’s new terms for iTunes preview then simply Apple will remove their stuff from iTunes.
Right now no date is specified for 90 seconds song iTunes preview.
TML 5 is completely ready for worldwide implementation. I know, some developers might not agree, but how else could you play a game of Pac-Man coded in the stuff? Pac-Man, Quake, what else is there?
Look at this strange stuff. It’s called Aerogel, and it’s a super insulator with the lowest density of any solid substance in the world. Affectionately known as “frozen smoke,” it happens to be really good at sucking up a bunch of slimy oil. Its maker, AeroClay, is hard at work creating a spongy version of this shapeable goo that could be fabricated into gigantic sheets that soak up only oil, but not water. This would be perfect for cleaning up that gigantic oil slick, otherwise known as the Gulf of Mexico.
Too bad it’s not ready right now, guys. Regardless of the [...]
No more worrying about such trivialities as “exercise” and “food” with Razer Venom, the scientifically proven elixir that will turn you into a gaming god. The stuff is laced with oxymialterxin and doctixilin, certain to “keep your body nourished and keep you fit as a fiddle.”
If you want to really mainline the stuff, there’s a painless intravenous solution that includes five gold-plated needles to suit your particular vein size. Squeamish? Go for the nebulizer, the beautifully designed vaporization module that wafts that Venom goodness all over the place. [...]
Garmin tells us it likes to pack as much cool stuff as possible into every one of its sports watches, but users asked for something simpler. “So we did a little editing,” says Garmin spokesman Jake Jacobson, resulting in what the company calls the “easiest” Garmin GPS watch yet.
What’s so easy about it? It’s as simple as pressing Start, and the thing is off and running with you, showing your distance, pace and time. Just like its big brother the mighty Forerunner 405, you can upload all that data to Garmin’s way-cool website for some fancy graphing and [...]
Google Labs has announced a prettified version of Google Reader, which could well end up being a killer app for the Apple iPad or one of the many new tablet PCs set for release later this year.
Google Reader Play is essentially a more visual way of browsing through your RSS feeds, which might not appeal to news junkies with hundreds of feeds, but could well appeal to those wanting to kick back on the couch on a weekend to catch up on the sports results or their favourite book reviews and lifestyle features.
It could well be yet another nail in the coffin of the printed newspaper, if Google Reader [...]