I enjoy reading lots of different kinds of books, from fiction to travel to humor to, of course, tech-related books. Here are a couple of books that web workers may find enlightening: David Kirkpatrick’s”The Facebook Effect” and Karen Anderson’s “Take Control of iPhone Basics”
Apple’s iPod touch is now the top-selling game handheld, beating Sony and Nintendo combined, said Steve Jobs today. iOS, the A4 chip and Game Center will only increase that lead as once again as Apple continues to out-game rivals that once held a market lead.
Android devices have outsold that of Apple iOS4 handsets for the first time on record in the U.S., according to a Nielson survey. Worldwide, Android is a force too — up 886 percent from a year ago. Nokia is still the king, but for how long?
The latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 4, has been with us for a number of weeks now, but did you know that one new addition to the OS is the ability to lock your phone with any password of your choice?
Apple today admitted the iPhone 4 has a signal issue and plans for a software update to address the problem. But will it fix the issue? From the sounds of it, the update will simply show less bars in more places — not boost reception.
Forrester expects that 1 in 4 PC sales will be tablets by 2015. I agree for three reasons, but sales numbers could be even higher for tablets. The time of all-day computing in just a few apps is over. Welcome to the days of task-based tablets.
With the rumored but still unexpected announcement of iMovie for iPhone 4, it begs the question of what else could be in store for Apple’s iDevices. Could we see iMovie or other iLife apps arrive for the iPad or see iWork show up for iPhone 4?