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Google has now launched their online service, Google Drive
Google has officially launched Google Drive, an online service that allows you to not only store and share data, it also allow you to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations online.
Google Drive also allows you to upload and access your files including videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs and more.
When you sign up for this service, you will be provided a free 5 GB storage. If you need more space, you need to pay $4 USD per month for an additional 20 GB storage.
Google Drive is supported by PC, Mac and Android devices. Google is still working on its iOS version.View Article Source »
Rovio's Angy Birds Space has new gravity mechanics that players enjoy
The latest game installation for the Angry Birds Game Franchise, Angry Birds Space is now available for download, after its launch last Thursday.Read the rest of the article »
Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.Read the rest of the article »
The Apple company is seeing outstanding sales rates this quarter with its U.S Mac sales up to 22 percent.
New NPD Group figures disclosed that Mac sales in US have increased to 22% in July and August, Piper Jaffray analyst – Gene Munster – reported.
Gene Munster pointed out that this achievement was attained when the company introduces the OS X Lion operating system last July, and updates the MacBook Air and Mac Mini models. And since the sales rush would be seeing a decrease in September, he speculated that Apple might be able to sell 4.4 million to 4.6 million Mac units before the current quarter ends.
“We believe that Mac sales in the month of August benefited from new Mac products,” Gene Munster affirmed in a research note. “On July 20th Apple released OS X Lion, a $29 download also included in all Mac sales on or after 7/20. Since the Lion release timing was known, Apple likely benefited from pent-up demand for Macs, which also explains soft NPD data in the month of June (+7% y/y). The company also released updated versions of the MacBook Air and the Mac mini on 7/20, which provided a tailwind for Mac sales in the month of Aug.”View Article Source »
Owners of Mac OS X Lion devices reported that the Safari web browser shows font glitches on some websites.
Following Apple’s release of Mac OS X Lion, a report emerged that fonts on websites browsed on Safari were shown incorrectly. A couple of letter appear as square blocks with letter ‘A’ inside. While this glitches might be limited to a number of websites, observers pointed out that there may be a problem with the rendering of a specific styling code using the Mac OS X Lion.
The observers also added that there is a possible clash between the system fonts in the said OS. That said, users are advised to clear up their system cache or validate their fonts with the Font Book app. To check if their general maintenance procedure worked, users must restart their system and revisit the website they’re having font glitches with.
Apple’s Font Book app can be utilized to manage Mac OS X Lion’s system fonts for any possible conflicts. Once the app is launched and the fonts were validated, users will see any problems that is present in relation with the fonts.View Article Source »
Apple declared that there's an equilibrium on supply and demand in the iPad market, as its sales are beating out the new PCs' sales.
Apple declared on their third quarter result call that almost all of the region – where they ship their iPad – are finally achieving a “balance” between the supply and demand in the market. The company sold as many tablets as it could be throughout the quarter, due to the shrinking of US shipping times to one to three days.
Apple currently has almost three weeks of iPad shipping schedule in their inventory. The company emphasized that the third quarter iPad sales were so high, it would beat out sales of new PCs. The said company also added that enterprise adoption has taken off in defiance of usual conservatism with new products. That said, 86% of the Fortune 500 and 47% of the Global 500 are occupied to be testing or deploying iPads. Even several major clients are rolling out custom apps including GE, Boston Scientific, Cedar Sinai Hospital, Standard Charter and Salesforce. Alaska Airlines and American Airlines also use iPads in cockpits. This performance has carried out to the educational realm as well, where Apple says it sold more iPad to K-12 schools than Macs in just a period of five quarters.
Apple mentioned that the production of iPad is still on-going. The production increased by 4.5 million units in the third quarter of this year alone, and a large boost is predicted to come in the near future.View Article Source »
Receiving several complains from discontented customers, Apple issues refunds for Final Cut Pro X upon request.
Few customers are unsatisfied with the revamped features of Final Cut Pro X, forcing them to claim a refund from Apple. “The new Final Cut Pro X is not a functional application meeting the standards of Final Cut Pro 7″, a user stated in an email message. “It has zero professional features that I can use in my post facility.”
Responding to these complains, an Apple advisor cleared out that they are willing to grant refunds for their customers, and even claimed that the said application “does not contain properties that were highly regarded in the last version.” The advisor sent his apologies and promised that Apple would give refunds for such purchase made on the Mac App Store. The credits will be included on the receipt of purchase within 5-7 business days.Read the rest of the article »
Apple adds the TRIM support feature to all Mac's solid state hard drives, and improved the graphic performance of Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Continuing their legacy in the industry, Apple has indeed added a new feature to all of its SSD-configurable Macs. The company recently revealed that they will update the Mac OS X 10.6.8 with TRIM support — a feature which enables solid state drives (SSDs) to clean up unused data, resulting to a faster drive.
However, this TRIM support is not present in all Apple drives. Some users, who installed the third-party SSDs, claimed that the feature is not yet enabled.Read the rest of the article »
In case you missed Apple's keynote at WWDC 2011 last Monday, GADG wrapped up the everything you need to know in the event.
Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote unveiled all the details for Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud as promised. And albeit any upcoming hardware like iPhone 5 was not mentioned, this year’s WWDC is still a major step forward for the company in terms of software.
That said, GADG wrapped up the highlights and everything you need to know about Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
Finally! Universal Music inks its way to Apple's iCloud service.
As CNet reports, Apple has signed Universal Music to its iCloud service. This represents the last step before the Cupertino-based company can launch its iCloud service.
“The agreement means that Apple now has the rights to offer recording rights from all of the major labels. In addition, Apple has reached agreements with some of the large publishers, the sources said.”
The iCloud, which is believed to offer music streaming to iOS and Mac users, will be officially announced at the company’s WWDC keynote on Monday, June 6. Apple also adds the streaming won’t be available on the said date, but will be offered soon. The company will initially store music in iCloud that was bought through iTunes. However, Apple is planning to include songs outside iTunes ‘sometime in the future’.View Article Source »
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