Software

Verizon Droid Eris Android 2.1 Update Available Already?

February 18, 2010, By Atul Roach

While some of the Verizon users are expecting the Android 2.1 update a tad later this year, a few cases have been reported where the existing users have already started receiving Android 2.1 updates on the Droid Eris handsets. An over-the-air update has been reported but then, there are inconsistencies in the report as a […]

Windows Phone 7 Officialized at MWC 2010, Brings Xbox Live and Zune Integration

February 15, 2010, By Atul Roach

The new name for Microsoft’s mobile OS is the only thing you will hate about it as it has gone official at the ongoing MWC 2010. OK, so get used to dubbing it the Windows Phone 7 as Microsoft never gave the nomenclature a second thought but the ground reality is that users will love […]

Nokia & Intel Join Forces to create MeeGO, a Linux based OS for Multiple Device Segments

February 15, 2010, By Atul Roach

The experts thoroughly realize that Linux based operating systems cater to a niche market and that leaves us in a dilemma as to why Nokia and Intel had to join forces and collectively develop MeeGo in the future. In layman terms, Nokia Maemo and Intel’s Moblin have been combined to create a software platform dubbed […]

The iPad ‘Killer App’: Microsoft may develop Specific Office for the iPad

February 12, 2010, By Atul Roach

It is been the kind of day where we haven’t seen Apple and Microsoft as competitors but allies with Microsoft first announcing a preview of the Mac Office 2011 at the Macworld Expo and then revealing its probable plans to develop a ‘killer application’, Microsoft Office for the iPad. Microsoft hasn’t revealed anything but it […]

Microsoft Mac Office 2011 Officially Announced, Unveiling Scheduled for Later this Year

February 12, 2010, By Atul Roach

You read it right folks! Microsoft has gone ahead and announced a sneak preview of the Office for Mac 2011 while the software will be thoroughly released sometime later this year. The preview is scheduled to take place at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco and Microsoft is pretty excited about the event as it […]

Apple Aperture 3 Announced with Faces, Places & Brushes

February 9, 2010, By Atul Roach

Rejoice photographers for Apple is ready with its latest version of the photo editing and management software, the Apple Aperture 3. Aperture 3 promises over 200 new features including an upgraded version of Faces and Places feature hailing from the iPhoto ’09. An addition is the Brushes tool which allows a user to paint adjustments […]

Microsoft Windows Mobile 7 likely to be accompanied by Zune media player

February 8, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been hearing a lot about the Zune media player which aims at beating the iPhone. The device that is said to be in the works at Microsoft is now set to arrive and is most likely to be rolled out along with the launch of Windows Mobile 7. The news brings to focus […]

Nokia OVi Maps app races past one million downloads in a week

February 3, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Believe it or not, Nokia has reaped immense success with its recently launched Ovi Maps app. The first week of launch has itself recorded more than one million downloads. The free mapping software from Nokia for smartphones had been rolled out on January 21. Covering more than 180 countries with car and pedestrian navigation for […]

Google Nexus One gets a slew of software updates lined up over-the-air

February 2, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are a Nexus One owner already, Google has lined up quite a bunch of over-the-air software updates for you.  A slew of updates have started flowing out of Google house, and these bring in quite a handful of features that are enough to spruce up your Nexus One experience.

Apple tablet catches app developers fancy; overtakes iPhone as preferred development platform

January 27, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Apple tablet is just minutes away, but software developers are seeing sunrise already. Around 550 developers surveyed by developer tools maker Appcelerator Inc have hinted at this. It has been revealed that nine out of 10 software developers said that said they have lined up plans to create an Apple tablet application by 2011.

Latest LinkedIn Version for the iPhone Goes Live

December 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

LinkedIn, the business oriented social networking site is back at the iTunes App store with its latest version available for download right in time to revive some business contacts in the new year. Thanks to the users feedback and the business metrics which fostered the redesign based on end to end design. The new app. […]

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Released with a New Software Center

October 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

All those smiles in the Microsoft camp after receiving record-breaking Amazon pre-orders and endless rave reviews for the Windows 7 may be fading a wee bit since the Ubuntu 9.10, known as the Karmic Koala, (that needs a bit of explanation) has finally been released. The OS hasn’t been put to test by all but […]

Adobe’s Photoshop Mobile For iPhone is Here

October 9, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The new Photoshop Mobile for iPhone from Adobe has arrived. iPhone and iPod touch users can now edit images in style. Known officially as the Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone, the new feature helps you do whatever you want with your photos – crop, rotate, flip or add all those special effects you want to. You […]

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