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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 »
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 »
People at the Rumor City are spreading words about Apple's MacBook Air, Mac Pro, iCloud, iPhone, iOS 5 and more. Which of them are true and which are just plain hearsays?
In the past, Apple gave away free iPod – which is usually worth around $200 – for every Mac purchase to qualifying students. However, there are rumors suggesting that the company’s back-to-school promo this year is a $100 iTunes Gift Card only. The fact that the iPod will not be part of Apple’s promo for the upcoming school year only means that the company will be delaying the device’s upgrade. And with iPod’s financial importance diminishing to Apple, it only makes perfect sense.
iPhone 5 and iOS 5
While Apple did not show even a preview of its upcoming iPhone 5, there are words on the other side of the fence that it’s now in advance testing. Manufacturers, Omnivision and Sony, were tipped to provide 8-megapixel cameras for iPhone 5, while a purported leak of data from UAE suggests that the device might support LTE protocols. On the other hand, the iOS 5 is instructed to sport a native panoramic camera app that will surely grate on the developers of existing apps to do the same trick.
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 »
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