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The Role of 2010 in the iOS Timeline

The Role of 2010 in the iOS Timeline

Dec. 31 | Earlier in 2010, the software that was used to run the iPhone and the iPod Touch, was known as the “iPhone OS”. It seemed like a hitch because the term “iPhone” sort of restricted the whole ideology of the OS. Hence, the later phases of 2010...

Contemplating the iPhone’s Rising Threat against AT&T

Contemplating the iPhone’s Rising Threat against AT&T

Dec. 30 | For years, AT&T used to be the sole and the exclusive network carrier for Apple iPhone. The process went on and on, while the users had enough of the AT&T glitz. They wanted something new, something better and something far more flexible. This...

Cool Android Applications of Year 2010

Cool Android Applications of Year 2010

Dec. 29 | The year 2010 has been a great opportunity for thousands of Android app developers from all over the globe. It was year of great technological advancements, inventions and discoveries. And lastly, it was a year that oversaw and outbreak of phenomenal...

The Highs and Lows of Apple in Year 2010

The Highs and Lows of Apple in Year 2010

Dec. 28 | Recently, we took a look at Microsoft’s achievements and doldrums in year 2010. So, we figured out that it’s time for us to take a look at Apple’s overall performance as well. Read on… • The iPad: They said Apple can’t do it and Steve Jobs...

Cityville Has Beaten Up Facebook’s Farmville By a Long Shot

Cityville Has Beaten Up Facebook’s Farmville By a Long Shot

Dec. 27 | When Farmville was released, people used to say that its one tough game that’s way too hard to be surpassed by any other developer. Well, those claims were proven wrong because Farmville is now struggling to keep up with Cityville, another game that...

iPhone Games: Plants, Zombies, Ninjas and Pandas against Each Other

iPhone Games: Plants, Zombies, Ninjas and Pandas against Each Other

Dec. 25 | You did hear about Plants vs. Zombies and by now, the whole world also knows a lot about Angry Birds. What you didn’t know of, was this new game known as “Plant vs. Ninjas vs. Zombies vs. Pandas”. Oh boy, that’s a tricky name, let’s use the...

iPad Users Are In for The new Skyfire Browser

iPad Users Are In for The new Skyfire Browser

Dec. 24 | The Apple community is deeply entranced by the Skyfire browser. When it was first released for the iPhone, people just downloaded over a million copies. Besides, the price was perhaps right for them. They didn’t feel any qualms when downloading an iPhone...

Business Users Relying on Apple iPad

Business Users Relying on Apple iPad

Dec. 23 | Some critics suggest that the iPad was never a good companion in terms of a pure business profile. Yes, the device did reshape the landscape of IT and consumer market, but most of the users used it for gaming, reading and for fun purposes. Do you think...

Google TV Sill Struggling: Apple Roku Hit 1 Million Sales

Google TV Sill Struggling: Apple Roku Hit 1 Million Sales

Dec. 22 | Yesterday, I covered a report about Google TV delays. It true that the search engine company is delaying its TV related plans for now, because of several software hitches. Long story short, they want to produce something as fast as a modern PC that would...

Internet Explorer Is Not so Bad After All: Browser Gets a Healthy Score on Security Tests

Internet Explorer Is Not so Bad After All: Browser Gets a Healthy Score on Security Tests

Dec. 22 | Against the Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer may not have that much needed “punch effect”, but then again, none of them beats it the way Internet Explorer does. Don’t roll up your sleeves yet, I know you guys love Chrome and such browsers,...