Google has aired the first ad of Nexus 7 tablet, which is quite a cheap but powerful Android tablet launched with $199 start price.
At WWDC 2012 event Apple announced that folks who will purchase Mac after 11 June, 2012 would be eligible to get a free upgrade to Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion via Apple’s up-to-date program.
Here is a comparison video of iPad 3 and Nexus 7 shared by SquareTrade, a company provides extended warranty coverage for electronics. So, check out the video embedded after the break to know which of the tablet survives for more after dropping from height and dunked in bath tub.
Firefox 15 beta is out there, which includes fixes to stopping the browser from stealing memory and to release it, whereas before users have to restart their Firefox browser to do that.
A new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean SDK for developers is released with improvements and polished features and Google is recommending developers to get ready to bring their apps to Android 4.1 upcoming release.
A new feature is implemented to Apple Store according to which customer will receive text messages by Apple about to know the status of their orders placed for purchases.
Steven Sinosfky has announced Windows 8 release date to general public and that is 26th October 2012, this announcement was made at Microsoft’s annual sales meeting.
Mozilla has released Firefox 14 for Windows, Mac and Linux with some new features including default HTTPS searches support, and the Pointer Lock API inclusion to make better cursor capturing while user plays online games whereas some fixes are also embedded in it.
Apple has released iOS 6 Beta 3 build 10A5338d for its registered developers via iOS Dev Center, which is compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4G, iPad 3, and iPad 2.
Google has released complete changelog for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the latest Android mobile OS version which was unveiled to developers at Google I/O 2012. Android 4.1 is quite smooth as compare to its previous releases and includes many new features.