On Tuesday, a person familiar with Apple Inc.’s plans, said that the Cupertino-base tech giant has a 100-team performing tests on the rumored wristwatch device that is said to function some of the tasks that a computer does, as well as what the iPad and iPhone do too.
The 100-person team of Apple Inc. is composed of product designers, managers, hardware and software engineers, and members of the marketing group. The team was formed last year and is said to have worked on previous projects such as the iPad and iPhone.
The wristwatch-like device of Apple Inc. still remains to . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. to have a 100-people team for upcoming iWatch
The new maps application for Apple is in now, but reviews about it are not great.
The look and feel of the application has received praises from consumers. However, for the critics the latest application appears to be inferior when compared to the previous app it has replaced in some important methods. According to Jason Parker of CNET, users would probably miss the previous Google Maps. Parker further remarked that not only Google Maps no longer connected, but also the user is barriered into the ecosystem of Apple.
To other critics, the Apple’s maps application is considered as a downgrade . . . → Read More: Apple’s map application reviewed by critics as Google presents alternative application
With the new developments added to the popular Kindle, they believe that what had been usually pointed out that there isn’t really a tablet market but just an Apple iPad market having competitors fighting over the remnants is more likely about to change.
The new $199 device named Kindle Fire introducing a multifunction color tablet to the popular Kindle amounts to less than half as much as an iPad 2.
Amazon did not just add color to the Kindle, Kindle Fire adds a strong capability to store and stream music, TV shows and movies. . . . → Read More: Amazon Launches its New Kindle Fire
This year we got wind of the codenames for the next two editions of Windows Phone operating system of Microsoft: Tango and Apollo. It is been widely speculated that Apollo will be Windows Phone 8 and that Tango will be a little update like the NoDo update that Microsoft issued prior this year. Be grateful to Honk Kong site We Love Windows Phone, who was in attendance at a Microsoft conference getting place on their home lawn, we currently have corroboration from Microsoft employees that Tango is certainly not going to be a main update, Goal viewers of . . . → Read More: Microsoft: Tango Is for Developing Countries