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Monday, 11 Jun 2012
The convergence of OS X and iOS features have been set in motion, with each iteration of OS X sporting more features that were exclusively found on the iOS. The latest one to appear on the media radar, is Automatic Downloads, which may debut with Mountain Lion.
There are plenty of rumors swirling around the web prior to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference due to commence tonight. However the appearance of apps with "Retina Graphics" in Apple's Mac App Store have pretty much confirmed the use of Retina displays on some of Apple's new hardware.
Apple is said to be releasing a new app tracking tool for developers to monitor who uses their software. This is part of Apple's strategy to better protect user privacy.
More updates are said to come to iOS 6, including OS X Mountain Lion - Notification Center ‘Do Not Disturb’ toggle, Safari iCloud Tabs, and Mail VIPs - and extended iCloud features.
An undisclosed source claims they've encountered a prototype model of Apple's upcoming high-definition television. The alleged Apple HDTV also flaunts LED backlights, much like Apple's current line-up of Cinema Display monitors, albeit on a larger scale.
iOS 6, rumored to be announced during the upcoming WWDC 2012, will allegedly not support the original iPad or third-generation iPod touch, the Verge reports.
Announced at E3 recently, LG and Samsung are taking to the clouds to provide Google TV and Smart TV customers with the additional perks of online gaming services.
Saturday, 9 Jun 2012
If you're looking for ways to jazz up the innards of your PC affordably, look out for NZXT's upcoming Hue - an RGB LED controller kit that's easy to setup and simple to use.
Friday, 8 Jun 2012
Android and iOS users in selected countries can now download the 'Philips TV Buying Guide' app to help them visualize a desired Philips TV set in their living spaces.
Thursday, 7 Jun 2012
According to a source, Apple's sixth-gen iPhone may be integrated with a front-facing camera capable of shooting with high definition resolution. Mingchi Kuo, KGI analyst, mentioned that Apple is expected to make "quite a few adjustments" to its next iPhone.