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The first-ever Epson product aimed to be used together with iOS devices.
Epson occupied a large area on the second floor where the iWorld 2012 is held to off the MegaPlex Digital Dock Projector. The company has been recognized as a maker of imaging products but it is their first time to launch a project with an iOS device in mind. The projector is designed with a dock where a user can plug in the iPad or the iPhone.
Epson will release two versions of the printer. Once is priced at $799 while the other has a price tag of $699. The difference between the two versions lies in the video support and lumes. The more expensive model will output 720p video at 2800 lumens while the other one supports 540p video at 2200 lumens. Aside from iOS devices, any other video formats like RCA, s-video, VGA, and HDMI is supported by the newest Epson projector.View Article Source »
Flurry Analytics has the data to prove the peak on app downloads and device activations.
Apple and Google surely profit a lot from the holiday shopping rush and research company Flurry Analytics proved this claim by using “apps monitoring.” However, this report is not 100% reliable but likely the best guess available.
Flurry estimated that 6.8 million Android and iOS devices were activated on Christmas day. This value was derived by monitoring 140,000 client apps. The total number of devices accounted a growth of 353% from the average number of devices activated from December 1 to 20. The sudden growth was the result of tablets and smartphones given as Christmas presents. The record from Christmas last year was 2.8 million which meant the value went up to more than 140%.Read the rest of the article »
You're reading it right. Photo Booth will soon ship on iOS devices. How will it go? Surely awesome!
We enjoy Photo Booth on our Macs, surely. But another wild rumor rooled in that Photo Booth on iOS devices will be available soon. Yes, Photo Booth on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
A few days ago, BGR.com reported that Apple will bring the famous Photo Booth Mac app to iOS devices and today 9to5Mac confirmed the claim. This discovery came from iOS 4.3 frameworks: “PhotoBooth” and “PhotoBoothEffects.” However, there are no actual images of the Photo Booth user interface but they dropped some hints and clues on the functionality.
Photo Booth for iOS is very simple to use. You’ll choose an effect and switch between the front and the rear cameras.
See the evidence after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Now you can enjoy watching your favorite YouTube videos anywhere using your iPhone or Android. Thanks to HTML 5, watching online videos will no longer require Flash!
YouTube unveiled the completely revamped model of YouTube Mobile today as it is designed with Android and iOS devices. It uses HTML5 to play video without requiring Flash and much of the interface has been reworked for touchscreen devices. More features such as the like/unlike flags, playlists and suggested searches were also incorporated since its last update. The new version of YouTube mobile is potentially more advanced than the dedicated YouTube app for iPhone because it can use higher quality when not on Wi-Fi. HTML5 is also designed to work with 3G. However, support for other platforms such as RIM, Symbian, and others is still not practical because the said platform can still experience lagging when implementing HTML5.Read the rest of the article »
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