Almost all of devices that Apple currently offers is anticipated to have an update in the WWDC kick-off on Monday, according to 9to5Mac. The iMac, Pro and Air, are allegedly scheduled for an update in under a week, together with either the Pro or Mac mini. This will come with the anticipated demonstrations of iOS6 and OS X Mountain Lion, yet as always, the Cupertino, California-based company has never verified these rumors.
Only a few details for these hardware updates, but it surely will make sense for Apple to upgrade the devices to the new Ivy Bridge processors . . . → Read More: Updates on Most Macs Anticipated on WWDC Kick-Off
Samsung together with the Korean company’s TV division chief confirmed that they are working on Google TV products. The chief affirmed that the sets would be unveiled some time in 2012. Yoon Boo-keun, TV department president, revealed its continuing negotiations this week, as well as insisting that Samsung Google TV products would differ from those of its competitors in an unspecified way.
The company designed a set-top box and a Blu-ray player for the first batch of Google TV products, getting a similar procedure for early Google TV partners Logitech and Sony, but after brief demonstrations . . . → Read More: Samsung Google TVs on 2012
A new preview edition of Internet Explorer 10 will be released by Microsoft and it has used the event to once more illustrate how it loves the enterprise over Firefox.
The company released the next platform preview of IE 10 featuring what is named the “HTML 5 engine” following current demonstrations of the browser on Windows 8.
The IE10 platform preview means that developers could begin working with some “site-ready” HTML5 technologies, according to corporate vice president in charge of IE of Microsoft, Dean Hachamovitch. Microsoft uses HTML5 as an umbrella term that relates not-only . . . → Read More: Preview of IE10, Released by Microsoft