Google Says Glass will not Serve Ads

Google Says Glass will not Serve Ads

As Google Glass closes to the mainstream sales, it is inevitable that users are going to expect ads could be seen in the Google Glass as what most apps in phones have.

But as Google delivers the Glass to developers, the tech giant is encouraging them to create apps for this wearable gadget without the ads. Yes, Google is banning developers that will serve ads on this new platform.

In the Google Mirror API terms of service, it allows third-party developers to help this technology and build apps, however, Google stresses clearly that developers . . . → Read More: Google Says Glass will not Serve Ads

Google Reveals Glass Specifications as it Starts Deliveries to Developers

Google Glass Specifications

As Google begins shipping the Google Glass Developer Edition for those developers who pre-ordered it last year, the glass maker finally revealed some of the technical specifications which seems quite powerful for a small wearable gadget.

Battery life that could last for a day, 16GB storage, 5mp camera, 720p HD video, and the most amazing feature of all – the HD display which is “equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away”. It also uses the voice-recognition technology which is already expected, a micro-USB port used for charging, and an ability to connect . . . → Read More: Google Reveals Glass Specifications as it Starts Deliveries to Developers

Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099

Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099

A surprisingly quiet release by Apple Inc.

Just recently, the super tech giant, Apple Inc. has quietly launched a new low-end version of the iMac. This keeps educational institutions to save over $200 from the regular model.

Apple Inc. seems to release the newer version to avoid all fanfare of its low-end iMac. The company clarified though that this new gadget is only for educational institutions. It costs at $1,099, saving up to $200 from the price of the regular version of iMac.

It is still not confirmed though when Apple has launched the new low-end iMac for educational institution . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099

Android 4.2.2 upgrades security features

Android 4.2.2 upgrades security features

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is now upgraded with added features.

The 4.2 Jelly Bean has been upgraded in order to improve the security of its apps. One feature it includes is the one that enables users to verify apps before the installation of the said application. Thus, this prevents harmful apps from being downloaded and installed into the gadget. An addition to this is the ability of blocking the app’s installation if it is harmful.

Android will be providing a verification if the application is trying to send SMS to a premium service short code that may add charge to . . . → Read More: Android 4.2.2 upgrades security features

iPhone 5 sales plummeting as rumors spreading for iPhone 5S

iPhone 5 sales plummeting as rumors spreading for iPhone 5S

iPhone 5 sales are plummeting even more as the results from a Jefferies analyst is shown. The sales are falling much faster than what the analysts have expected.

Peter Misek noted that the Cupertino-based tech giant has cut down their production of iPhone 5 to thirty million from an original plan of forty million. For the month of March, Apple Inc. is said to be cutting the production of their sixth generation smartphone.

With the production cuts, Misek is speculating that this slow down may be because Apple Inc. is making way for the rumored iPhone 5s production.

Furthermore, . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 sales plummeting as rumors spreading for iPhone 5S

Apple Inc. to have a 100-people team for upcoming iWatch

Apple Inc. to have a 100-people team for upcoming iWatch

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

LifeProof releases new accessories for iPhone 5

LifeProof releases new accesories and frē Case colors for iPhone 51

Today, the award-winning maker of all-protective and everyday cases for tablets and smartphones, LifeProof announced that the new cases and accessories for iPhone 5 are now available in the market.

Accessories and cases for iPhone 5 will give its users the freedom to just take their phone everywhere without having to worry about its safety.

Users of iPhone 5 can now do their own stuff while bringing the device such as biking, or using fitness apps on the run. If you are working at a hospital, in school, or at a construction, then you don’t have to worry because you’ll . . . → Read More: LifeProof releases new accessories for iPhone 5