It has been rumored before that the late Steve Jobs has been talking to the CEO of Volkswagen for some project. Some reports suggest that they are designing a car that will revolutionize motoring. But recent reports came out that Volkswagen is going to unveil their latest creation, the iBeetle, in the auto show in Shanghai – the Auto China 2013. This seems to be a clear collaboration of Apple and Volkswagen.
In the reports, the Volkswagen iBeetle will be a special-edition car. It will have a dedicated iPhone dock in the dashboard and an App . . . → Read More: Volkswagen iBeetle, the Collaboration of Apple and German Car Manufacturer
iPods, iPhones, iPads, and iCar? Is it true that Steve Jobs also dreamed of designing a car to have a slice in the car industry?
According to an Apple board member, Mickey Drexler, the late Steve Jobs told him in an interview during the Fast Company Innovation Uncensored Expo held in New York that he also wanted to design a car and add it to the company’s product lineup.
Mickey Drexler stated that the car industry in America is a tragedy, “They talk about expense, they talk about this – and then you say, . . . → Read More: Steve Jobs Dreamed of Designing iCar
Users of Google’s Gmail service once again stumbled on some errors preventing them from accessing their email accounts on Tuesday afternoon but as soon as the search engine giant received the report, it was fixed right away.
“The problem with Google Mail should be resolved,” according to Google in a note on its Apps Status Dashboard. “Please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better.”
The search engine giant first identified the issue around 12:40 p.m. EST, stating that the . . . → Read More: Gmail Service Interruption Now Resolved
To aid in pushing the Kinect and its flavor of motion control, is Microsoft planning a new “entertainment brand?” Microsoft will proclaim “plenty of Kinect centric fare,” according to Kotaku. Along with these unexpected projects are some new titles and a whole new brand focused on the Kinect Sensor.
Frank Shaw, vice president of Corporate Communication at Microsoft, notes that 40% of the entire Xbox connected activities are now non gaming linked. These comprise users observing movies on the Zune Store, utilizing the manufactured in DVD player, checking Facebook or sending each other messages.
Frank Shaw said . . . → Read More: Rumor: MS Will Launch New Entertainment Strategy