Apple has been offering the super thin MacBook Air notebook for a while now. The machine is expensive and doesn't sell in a huge volume for Apple. A new rumor has surfaced that Apple is set to launch another MacBook Air model.
DigiTimes Research analyst Mingchi Kuo reports that Apple is set to launch an 11.6-inch MacBook Air notebook in the second half of this year. The new machine would reportedly be built by Quanta Computer.
Logitech makes more peripherals and accessories for computers and notebook systems than you can shake a stick at. The offerings from the company range from keyboards and mice to speakers, remote controls, and lots more.
Logitech has unveiled a new set of 5.1 surround sound speakers with multiple connectivity options that sells for $99. The new speakers are called the Z506 and they will connect to your PC with included cables or to your Wii, PS3, DVD player, or Xbox 360 as well.
Well, the cries over the iPhone 4 have been heard all the way to the top of the mountain. While Apple gears us for the press conference tomorrow, even a U.S. senator has gotten involved in trying to get Apple to fix things with their newest device. Charles E. Sumner, a senator from New York, has posted an open letter to Steve Jobs criticizing the iPhone 4 and its problems and strongly encouraging Jobs to make things right with customers.
We hear more about Android and the iPhone than we do other smartphones and operating systems. Despite the popularity and talk of those items, Symbian is still a huge factor in the smartphone world.
Opera has announced that it is now offering a new beta version 10.1 of Opera Mobile for S60 smartphones. The new browser has geolocation features and promises faster browsing.
Mark the date, tomorrow at 1pm EST Apple is set to hold a conference on the iPhone 4. There have been some analysts who claim that a hardware recall is inevitable by Apple to maintain their image.
What exactly the conference will cover is unknown. It is unlikely after all, of the assertations by Jobs and Apple that nothing is wrong with the iPhone 4 that the subject will be a recall on the device.
We have teamed up with Antec and Altech Computers their exclusive distributors in Australia to giveaway an Antec KÜHLER shelf CPU cooler worth $99 AUD RRP to one of our lucky Australian readers.
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SkypeKit, a developer program rolled out in June for Linux users to integrate Skype video, voice, and text chat capabilities into other programs, has now come to OSX and Windows. This program has widely broadened the ability of developers to integrate these functions into third party programs where before only a small set of APIs were available that were designed specifically for accessories like webcams and headsets.
Skype is fired up about the program, calling SkypeKit "a headless version of Skype-that is, a Skype client with no user interface that runs invisibly, not only on PCs, but also TVs, notebooks, and other connected devices." SkypeKit is currently in beta and invitation only; drop by the Skype Developer Website to get a shot at getting your hands on it.
For those that have been patiently waiting for the iOS 4 update to come, it looks like you're one step closer. The iOS SDK 4.1 beta is now available for developers to tinker with and put through the paces.
The image above was posted by a forumgoer at Gizmodo; it seems there are still some kinks to work out unless this is the signal bar fix we've all been hoping for. No word yet on whether the attempted software fix for reception has made its way into this beta; more on that as the sharp developer minds get to prodding this new release.
Our Download of the Day today is SmartFTP 4.0.1123.0.
SmartFTP is an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client which allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. With its many basic and advanced features SmartFTP also offers secure, reliable and efficient transfers that make it a powerful tool.
SmartFTP can be used for:
Web site publishing and maintenance
Upload and download of images, documents, movie and music files
Share your files with your friends and coworkers
Backups of local or remote files
SmartFTP offers these features:
Quickly rename multiple files.
Search your hard drive in the Local Browser (Windows Vista and higher)
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