For the Asian countries, your wait is finally over! That’s if you are waiting for the iTunes to become available in your countries.
Wednesday, Apple finally announced that its online media store iTunes is now available in 12 Asian countries including Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. This will be a big news, yet making it easier for music lovers to find, buy, and download their favorite music as well as videos.
Previously, only New Zealand, Japan, and Australia are the only countries that can access iTunes because of . . . → Read More: iTunes Now Available in 12 Asian Countries
The seven-inch Nexus could be a big rival to the top-selling Apple device which starts at around £400.
Another machine that only cost $199 is going to take on with the best selling iPad which starts around $499.
The Nexus which only measures 7-inch, much smaller than iPad, could be a good rival to Apple’s tablet. The new machine is said to be equipped with a powerful computer chip and will have the latest version of the Google’s Android OS which has been a great success for the millions of smartphones all over the . . . → Read More: Google’s Nexus Tablet for $199 Takes on iPad
The fledgling car company, Tesla, has released their first electric sedans in the mass-market, but this is not sure if this will make the company successful or not.
In their weekend ceremony, the ten units of the so called Model S of the company rolled out in their factory doors in Fremont. The impressions of the audience seems so alive as they see the cars running.
Audience estimated to reach more than a thousand, local politicians, and Tesla employees and their relatives roared for the speakers that included Governor Jerry Brown of California. They all got fired up when the . . . → Read More: Tesla’s Electric Car Model S is out in the Market
Two U.K. hackers pleaded guilty today to attacking websites of some big entertainment companies and government agencies in Britain and the United States.
Two hackers from the U.K. pleaded responsible for the attack of government agencies and several entertainment companies in the U.S. and Great Britain, today.
Jake Davis, 19, and Ryan Cleary, 20, both members of a well-known hacking group LulzSec pleaded guilty in a court in London for creating the DDoS or Distributed Denial of Service. The hackers attacked big targets such as Sony, Nintendo, PBS, 2th Century Fox, U.K.’s Serious Organized . . . → Read More: Two Hackers Pleaded Guilty of Attacking CIA and Other Sites
Just like what we posted a while ago about the rumor of the new dock connector of the upcoming iPhone 5, it seems to be true. A video from TechCrunch showing a back shell casing of the new iPhone doesn’t have a slot for the previously used 30-pin dock connector.
This is going to be a bad news for those who bought accessories like docking speakers who use the 30-pin dock slot. According to the report, Apple is on the works for the new 19-pin dock connector for the new iPhone that will kick off later . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 will have a 19-pin Dock Connector
Microsoft seems to be up for something good for the gamers next year. According to a couple of reports scattering in the internet, a leaked spec-sheet for the so called Xbox 720 is on the works and will be released next year with a couple of good stuff that will follow. According to a report, the said sheet is already 2 years old and it first appeared on Scribd but was removed right away. The said document stated that the console will house Xbox TV, 3D Tech, and Kinect 2.0.
The said Xbox TV will be . . . → Read More: Xbox 720 will be Available Next Year?
Apple is set to launch the 13-inch MacBook Pro housing a very sharp Retina display this October.
According to one analyst from KGI, he is expecting that the Cupertino, California-based company is going to increase the production of the smaller sized MacBook Pro with the new Retina display a month before its launching date. With this, Apple is expected to sell the first batch in October, also targeting the holiday shopping season.
The analyst also said that Apple will stop the production of the 17-inch MacBook Pro but will sell the new 15-inch MacBook . . . → Read More: 13-inch MacBook Pro Set to Go on Sale this October