Apple, the world’s most valuable company, is expected to once again set the standard of mobile and desktop computing this year, but it won’t be as easy as before.
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The entire Mac line will be manufactured entirely in the United States.
Replacing Mac’s Spotlight with Alfred has increased my productivity immensely.
Micorosft is thinking of moving to a yearly update cycle with the launch of Windows Blue.
Should you buy an iPad or the new iPad mini?
Expect a flurry of products from Apple in 2013.
Rahul recommends 3 simple yet useful Mac apps for writing down your thoughts.
Thoughts on the upcoming BlackBerry 10 mobile OS.
The “new” Apple is more successful for its new pattern of product introductions.
Useful gadgets to buy this season.
Is there really a need for the “tech expo” in today’s times?
The Excite X10 is perhaps their best tablet offering to date, and if anything, it gives us a shadow of an opinion on what we could expect when Apple replies later this quarter with the expected iPad 3.
Research in Motion, makers of the BlackBerry smartphones, has announced the BlackBerry OS 7.1 update at CES 2012.
Here’s a look at what we can expect to see at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
BlackBerry Beta Zone is a website run by Research in Motion (makers of the BlackBerry smartphones), that allows anyone to register and test the latest versions of RIM-native BlackBerry Apps.
The rumors have already begun for 2012: there’s speculation that Apple will be holding a media event in New York City sometime in January.
The last time a proper version of iWork was released was back in 2009. That’s three years ago. What really happened to iWork?
I’m quite excited, as I am at the beginning of every year, to see what the genius engineers and designers have in store for our future. And these are just a few of my ideas about tech in 2012.
Blackberry News is a free RSS Reader which syncs beautifully to my Google Reader feeds, and allows me to read my favourite blogs on both my computer and on-the-go on my BlackBerry Bold 9700 smartphone.
Research in Motion, the company behind the popular email-focussed smartphones, BlackBerry, announced at the launch of the new Torch smartphone early last year, the next version of their operating system, the BlackBerry OS. Version 6 brings the aged look of the BlackBerry user interface and experience into the age of the iOS-ruled world. Gone are […]
It’s finally arrived: the much-anticipated Mac App Store, the desktop version of the popular, game-changing and trend-setting App Store for iOS. Announced by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in late-2010, the new Mac App Store aims to do to the Mac platform what the App Store and the app culture did to Apple’s popular iOS devices. […]
2010 is almost over – hard to believe, but true. This year flew past faster than data through a broadband connection, and we’ve seen a great deal of progress happening on the tech front. The year started with a bang when Apple introduced the world to the next great iGadget, the iPad, and effectively started […]