Apple Sep1,2010 Tech Updates
Power Up Your Family Storytime June 3, 2013 | by Jen Singer Imagine if your child’s favorite stories could talk, “listen,” encourage your kids’ creativity, help them learn to read — and share with you whether you’re home or not.
Google’s highly anticipated Glass eyewear has been in the hands of some lucky developers for only a little while, but we’re already … err seeing … some clever uses for the device starting to hit the Web. Winky Google Glass App Takes Pictures When You Blink
Leave it to Disney to make the history of 44 Presidents (dare I say?) fun at Cool Mom Tech Today’s Inauguration gives us a great opportunity to talk to the kids about the role of our President and some of the more interesting and colorful figures to have graced the Oval Office. But, if you slept through history class as much as I did, you may also find it hard to remember the details and dates of all 44 presidencies. Which is where an incredibly smart app for the iPad will come in very handy.
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Bravo unwrapped a new app for connected TV devices on Monday. Slick New Bravo App Personalizes Your Smart TV Experience
The worst kept secret in the tech world is finally about to become real. Apple just sent out invitations to a special event taking place Oct. 23rd, and we fully expect the iPad mini to be officially unveiled, along with perhaps the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Apple Event On for Oct 23: “Little More to Show” Us Likely iPad mini
App Gets You Ready for Voting Day You can't miss the fact that an election is coming. But are you sure your voting registration is up to date?
When we first heard about theBlu, we were confused as to exactly what it was. And after reading a bit about it, not much was cleared up. Hands-on with theBlu: Ocean Education App Helps You Explore the Deep
There are already other ways to get Microsoft Office on your iPad, but who can argue with an official version? Today, a report from The Daily claims that an iPad version of the Microsoft Office suite exists–and a staffer’s brief hands-on time with the product showed that it is a polished and capable app. It comes as no surprise that Microsoft has developed the app; after all, the company has already shown willingness to develop for Apple’s slate, which is becoming a staple productivity tool among students and businessmen. Microsoft Office Spotted on the iPad, Expected to Drop into the App Store Soon
Windows Phone Gadgetbox - As Apple and Microsoft unite mobile and desktop, where will Android go?
Toymakers gear up for year of the AppCessory
iTunes 10 Makeover: What Do YOU Think Of The New Logo? (PICTURES) In addition to redesigned iPods, the next generation of Apple TV, the new iOS 4.1 and the forthcoming iOS 4.2, Apple CEO Steve Jobs also announced an iTunes upgrade at the September 1 press event in San Francisco Wednesday. The latest version of iTunes, iTunes 10, includes a new layout and new organization options, Ping (Apple's social network for music), and a fresh logo. Steve Jobs explained the new look during the press conference. "We thought it was appropriate that since we're about to surpass CD sales...it may be time to ditch the CD," he said, according to Engadget.
Didn't get an invite to Apple's September 1st music-themed event? You can still follow live! Apple has announced that it will be offering a live video stream of its press conference, which begins at 10AM PT. You'll be able to access the live video at Apple.com--but here's the catch: only users on Apple devices will be able to watch the live stream. Apple said in a press release, "Viewing requires either a Mac® running Safari® on Mac OS® X version 10.6 Snow Leopard®, an iPhone® or iPod touch® running iOS 3.0 or higher, or an iPad™." Apple Announcement LIVE VIDEO: Streaming From September 2010 Apple Press Conference Available
iOS 4.1 Features Unveiled: See What's New Apple unveiled the latest version of its iOS operating system, iOS 4.1, at a press conference Wednesday. Apple CEO Steve Jobs highlighted four key features of iOS 4.1 First, the latest operating system for Apple's iOS devices has fixed several bugs that were present in iOS 4, such as issues with the proximity sensor, Bluetooth, and iPhone 3G performance. iOS 4.1 will also introduce a new feature, "High Dynamic Range" photos, that allows people to use their iPhone to take richer, more detail photos. The HDR feature will use take three photos in rapid succession--one at a normal exposure, one slightly underexposed, and one that is overexposed. The iOS device will then combine the three photos to produce an "HDR photo" that has more color and detail than a normal image (See an example below, via Engadget).
New Apple TV Features Unveiled: See What's Different SAN FRANCISCO — Apple Inc. is refining its plans to annex the living room into its entertainment empire. On Wednesday, Apple unveiled a smaller, cheaper version of Apple TV, which connects to a high-definition television and can show rented movies and TV shows from Apple's own service, plus content from Netflix, photos on Flickr, YouTube clips and more. The new $99 gadget marks a slight improvement over Apple's first television set-top box, which went on sale in 2007. The original Apple TV had to sync with a computer, a concept most consumers weren't ready for, Apple CEO Steve Jobs said at a media event Wednesday.
Ping, Apple's New Social Network, Unveiled: What You Need To Know Apple's latest version of iTunes, iTunes 10, will include not only a new logo and new layout, but also Apple's own social network for music, "Ping." "It's like Twitter and Facebook meet iTunes," Apple CEO Steve Jobs said during the press conference. Mashable explains Ping's features:
Users REACT To Apple News Announced At September Event
Apple TV Faces Obstacles to Conquer Living Room
Apple demoes iOS 4.2, features AirPlay media streaming
The new Apple TV for $99
Apple announces iOS 4.1
Apple announces iTunes 10 with Ping social network
Apple TV (2010) first look / hands-on!
Apple claims 50 percent of portable gaming market, iPod touch 'outsells Nintendo and Sony combined'
iPod nano (2010) first hands-on! (update: video!)
iPod nano vs touch vs shuffle... fight!
Apple TV - Apple TV 2 introduced
iPod touch - iPod touch enters fourth generation with a bang
Apple Unveils New iPod nano Powered By iOS-like UI
Apple Is Live Streaming Sept. 1 Event To Test New Server Farm [Exclusive] (Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac)
Jobs: Hey Google, We're Activating 230,000 NEW iOS Devices A Day (MG Siegler/TechCrunch)
iOS 4.2 for iPad coming in November, adds wireless printing and Air Play (AppleInsider)
Apple Announces The New iPod Touch: Dual Cameras, Retina Screen (Devin Coldewey/CrunchGear)
iTunes Downloads: 100M Movies, 450M TV Episodes, 35M Books, 11.7B Songs (Leena Rao/TechCrunch)
iTunes 10 Is All About Ping, Apple's Social Network for Music (Matt Buchanan/Gizmodo)
The new Apple TV for $99 — Steve Jobs just pulled … (Paul Miller/Engadget)