Monthly Archives: "March 2013"

Ten Most Anticipated Phones Already Launched or Launching in 2013 Without further ado, here is my list of the ten most anticipated smartphones already launched or launching this year: 1. Apple iPhone 6 The iPhone has dominated the minds of mobile consumers for years, and that doesn’t look to be changing any time soon. The new Apple iPhone 6 is slated for a few drastic improvements from the last model of iPhone, so now is the time to start saving your pennies. These improvements may include a Quad Core processor, 12 MPRead More

Posted On March 30, 2013By Guest AuthorIn iOS Apps

7 of the Best iPhone Apps that Let You Call for Free

7 of the Best iPhone Apps that Let You Call for Free Nowadays, there are iPhone apps for everything, and they undoubtedly make peoples’ lives very easy. These apps will definitely make any individual run the shoes with effortless ease. Some of these apps are ideal for the users who access the social networking sites while the others work great for the music lovers. With more than half a million apps available to download from App Store, getting the best iPhone app which will let you call for free canRead More
Apple iRadio

Posted On March 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

The Verge: Apple’s iRadio is Coming this Summer

The Verge is reporting that Apple is working hard for a summer launch of their iRadio is a service. “Much has been written about Apple’s plan to launch a Pandora-esque service this year,” Greg Sandoval writes for The Verge. “Now multiple music industry insiders have told The Verge that significant progress has been made in the talks with two of the top labels: Universal and Warner. One of the sources said “iRadio is coming. There’s no doubt about it anymore.” Apple is pushing hard for a summertime launch.” “The New York Post reported last monthRead More
iPhone game controller
Pocket Gamer (via 9to5mac) is reporting that Apple is set to launch their own dedicated game controller. “Long rumored – and hoped for – GDC 2013 has finally provided confirmation that Apple will release its own dedicated game controller,” Jon Jordan reports for Pocket Gamer. “There’s no official word yet, but Apple has been active during the conference talking to developers about its plans and ensuring plenty of games will support the joypad at launch.” According to the report, multiple developer sources have confirmed the news to “It’s expected Apple willRead More
Citrix Report- iOS Continues to Dominate Enterprise

Posted On March 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Citrix Report: iOS Continues to Dominate Enterprise

iOS Continues to Dominate Enterprise A new report from Citrix – Enterprise Mobility Cloud Report,  shows that Apple’s iOS mobile operating system continues to dominate Enterrprise. Citrix report was from Q4 2012 and is based on aggregated data from Citrix customers who have deployed enterprise mobility management cloud. Highlights from the report include: iOS continued to dominate the enterprise as the mobile platform of choice with 58 percent of global devices enroll. Android was the fastest growing platform with an 11 percent gain from the prior quarter. iOS was the preferred platform fro verticalRead More

Posted On March 28, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Horace Dediu: How many iPhones will T-Mobile USA sell?

 3.4 million. Dediu arrived at the above figure by looking  at the past performances of the iPhone on the other three major networks -AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. “From the initial product launch until the end of 2012, AT&T has activated 72 million iPhones,” Dediu writes for AYSMCO. “Verizon began selling iPhones four years after AT&T and managed to activate 26 million since. Sprint began nine months after Verizon and has activated 8.5 million.” Dediu: [quote] I identified the reported iPhone activations with blue areas while the sum of green andRead More
Apple Expected to Release an Ultra HD iTV; Mass Production could be an Issue Yep, this rumor that won’t go away. Digitimes is now reporting that Apple is reportedly continuing to develop a TV rumored full-fledged, which is likely to feature Ultra HD (3840 by 2160), Siri, motion control functions and Internet connectivity. This information came courtesy of industry supply chain sources, according to the report. We have reported that Apple to launch a full-fledged TV set in time Christmas based on information from a reliable source. “Apple and Foxconn Electronics have been in discussionsRead More
Digitimes is reporting that Amazon is set to use a 4.7-inch screen for its upcoming smartphone. According to information from the industry supply chain sources, Amazon’s phone is due to be released in the second quarter of 2013. “Amazon is reportedly going to use a 4.7-inch screen for its smartphone that is expected to be released in the second quarter of 2013,” Sammi Huang and Alex Wolfgram report for Digitimes. “The company was previously considering a 4.3-inch screen but later scrapped the idea after witnessing increased demand for larger size screensRead More
Apple in Court for Allegedly Copying “Siri” from Chinese Firm  According to a report in the Times of India, Apple Apple appeared in a Shanghai court on today, for allegedly infringing the software patent of  Shanghai’s Zhizhen Network Technology Co. The software in question relates to Siri, a virtual personal assistant, found in the iPhone 4S/5. Zhizhen says it patented its “Xiao i Robot” software in 2004, while Apple’s Siri, which made its debut with the release of the iPhone 4S in 2011, was first developed in 2007. According to the report, Shanghai’s Zhizhen Network Technology Co. claims Apple infringed its patent for voiceRead More
Gene Munster
Gene Munster Attempts to keep Apple’s Forthcoming Earnings in Perspective  According to Elmer-Dewitt, Gene Munster recent note to investors aims to lower expectation ahead of earnings. He pointed out that the Cupertino-based company is going through a tough period at the moment. “With March almost over and the quarter ending on Saturday, Piper Jaffray’s senior Apple analyst issued a note to clients Tuesday warning that the company will have to get through a dry patch before things start looking up again, and that Wall Street’s lowered expectations are still too high,”Read More
Using The Vulnerability Scanner From An Enterprise Level To Single User Level Computers have become one of the most important gadgets in our everyday life. We store a number of data and confidential folders in our computer’s hard disk. It becomes our topmost priority to ensure that confidential data is fully secured in our computer systems. In the market you will find a number of security threats detecting software. However, not all of them are competent enough to provide enhanced security features. The basic role of vulnerability software is toRead More
According to etnews, a Korea-based news agency, Samsung is looking to spend large sums of money to lure game developers into building titles for the Tizen operating system. “Instead of developing games by itself or acquiring a game developer, the smartphone giant is going to bombard the game developers with money to create a Tizen ecosphere,” Bae Wook-jin writes for etnews. “Samsung Electronics started to contact the smartphone game publishers to introduce 100 most popular iPhone and Android games in Tizen version by this June.” Wooke-jin credited industry sources and anRead More