Tag: Apple Inc.

9
Oct

Which iPhone is right for your business?

Smart phones are all the rage these days, and iPhones sit at the top of the list of phones to have because Apple has a reputation for providing consumers with high-quality products. But each time Apple releases a new smart phone, the new device must be better than or at least different from its predecessor….

5
Oct

Is Apple A Victim Of Their Own Success with iPhone 5

Do you know that the most awaited iPhone 5 was launched last week in the United States? I am sure many of you didn’t even hear about it, which is quite unusual for the iPhone 5. Previous versions of the iPhone had grand launchings and generated a huge buzz everywhere in the world as people…

1
Oct

Hotels offering iPads and Free Wi-Fi

Wifi & iPad: Exclusive Room Services What kind of services or benefits do you expect in five-star hotels? The wish list can be really long and include almost anything, even an iPad with free Wi-Fi. With the rising number of tech savvy people on the move, this is indeed an item that travelers might need…

28
Sep

Amazing mobile apps for travelers

There are a number of smartphone apps available today that have changed the way people travel. With these apps, you can plan for a smooth journey. The first app that every foreign traveler needs is Google Translate.  This app supports 64 different languages. So, it will come handy in most places around the world. All…

13
Sep

Gogo goes to Canada: In-flight Wi-Fi services for Canadian flights

The in-flight Wi-Fi service provider Gogo is all set to expand its infrastructure in Canada very soon. The Canadian government and airline authority have already given the green signal to this company, which has been providing in-flight Internet services to the passengers. Through this, the passengers in Canada will be able to connect to the…

13
Aug

Steve Wozniak, Apple Co-Founder has concerns about cloud security

It seems like every other technology article today is about cloud computing and its benefits for businesses and consumers alike. However, not everyone thinks so fondly of the concept. One of the most vocal skeptics of the cloud computing phenomenon is co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak. Mr. Wozniak’s main concern with cloud computing has to…

9
Aug

Mac Users are upset with OS X Mountain Lion

The newest version of the Mac OS X, known as Mountain Lion, was released in July 2012, but has not been favorably received. Many reviews from thousands of Mac OS X users have revealed significant complaints about the latest upgrade cutting battery life by up to more than 50%. Apple online support forums have had…

30
Jul

Apple to Mountain Lion users: “Tell us who your friends are if you want to talk to us.”

by Paul Ducklin from Sophos Naked Security An alert Naked Security reader and Mountain Lion early adopter has pointed us at a quirky new twist in the licensing conditions in Apple’s latest OS update. Roger (not his real name) from South Australia (not his real location) grew up with IT at around the same time I did….

29
Jul

2012 Olympics at your fingertips: 5 cool and free mobile apps

The excitement of sport fans reached to a new climax with the majestic opening ceremony of London Olympics 2012 this week. Now the fans can’t get enough of their favourite game events. However, with busy schedule it is sometimes difficult for them to stay in touch with the games. Lucky for them; there are a…

27
Jul

Taming the Lion, no Mountain Lion – Mac Users Rejoice

From Lion to Mountain Lion  Using a Mac does have its frustrating moments. None was as frustrating as Apple Lion, though. Recently the company has upgraded to Mountain Lion, but Lion was the operating system that led to around 50% of all Mac users holding off on the update and instead sticking with to Snow…

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