SEGA has today announced its mobile games lineup for the coming months, with a number of notable new titles heading to Android and iOS. Highlights include a revampedÂ Sonic the Hedgehog 2Â â€” which will be available on Android for the first…
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that Microsoft Office will come to the iPad just as soon as it’s ready for devices with a touchscreen. Speaking at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Florida today, Ballmer said, â€œiPad will be picked up when there’s a touch first user interface.â€ That user interface is â€œin progressâ€ Ballmer added, […]
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Apple has contacted developers to inform them that Mac applications will soon be eligible for its Volume Purchase Program, which gives businesses and educational institutions the ability to purchase software in bulk at a discounted rates. â€œWe’re pleased to announce that Mac apps will soon be eligible to participate in the Volume Purchase Program for […]
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The iPhone 5S has already been expected to feature a fingerprint sensor for months, and now The Wall Street Journal has corroborated the rumor less than 24 hours ahead of Apple’s planned unveiling of the device tomorrow. “People familiar with the matter said last week that Apple will include a fingerprint scanner on the more […]
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Earlier this week, we posted evidence that even after Apple unveils its new mid-range iPhone 5C device, it could keep the 16GB iPhone 5 around for customers who want a classier, more solid phone at a discounted price. Here’s some more confirmation. As discovered by German site Flo’s Weblog, Vodafone Germany plans to discontinue several […]
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Apple has confirmed to CNBC that a new iPhone trade-in program will be available in Apple Stores across the United States today â€” less than two weeks before the Cupertino company is set to announce the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. Customers will be able to exchange their old Apple smartphone for a gift card, […]
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Microsoft has today announced that chief executive officer Steve Ballmer will retire “within the next 12 months.” Ballmer will continue to carry out his role while the company seeks a successor, aiding its transformation into a devices and services company â€” but he will depart once the process is complete. â€œThere is never a perfect […]
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Rumors of Apple releasing a gold-colored iPhone have been hard for some to swallow, but according toÂ AllThingsD’s sources, Apple plans to introduce a gold iPhone at the September 10th keynote. While many Apple fans are worried that a gold iPhone would look too gaudy and doesn’t match the Apple design aesthetic, John Paczkowski’s sources says […]
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Viber confirmed this afternoon that it was hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army after an attack brought down its support page. Hackers gained access to two minor systems – a customer support panel and support administration system – along with the take down of Viber’s support page with the following note spotted by AppleSpot: Dear [...]
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After multiple days of being down, Apple has explained why its Developer Center is unavailable. The above message is being emailed out to registered developers and the press. More to follow.
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