Very soon, Hewlett-Packard Co. will include webOS system for all its hardware systems, such as tablet computers, PCs, and smartphones. This will bring the competition at par with Apple, Google and Microsoft. This might, however, pose a serious challenge to Microsoft Corp. whose Windows operating system runs on numerous PCs shipped by HP last year. Microsoft has been a long time partner of HP now. Leo Apothecker, the CEO said that it was expected of the company to have introduced webOS in the market sooner.
As Apple is all set to unveil its cloud-based service at the hands of CEO Steve Jobs, the domain by the name of iCloud. com has been taken over by the Company, at least in the administrative aspect. On Tuesday, the domain was registered to a Swedish firm, Xcerion.
However, WHOIS searches on Wednesday revealed that Apple was the owner of the domain. Experts have predicted that iCloud will provide online music locker services, replicating the moves of its rivals, Google and Amazon.
Sony is saying that by the end of this week it will be bringing to the stores the rest of its PlayStation Network service and would include the like of PlayStation Store.
Information was revealed when the company posted its blog on PlayStation. com late Monday where it said that all its PSN functionality are going to help its customers in Americas, Europe, and some Asian countries. Exception would be Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.
There are strong rumors doing the rounds and say that Apple is going to participate in the upcoming image-sharing service that is going to come up on Twitter. Apple is said to be going for a major launch partner and thus adding "Send to Twitter" option in iOS 5.
This news has been confirmed by various sources that Twitter is planning to come up with photo-sharing service that is going to be called Twitter Pictures, at the D9 conference. It has now been reported by TechCrunch that Twitter is lining up Apple as its key partner for the upcoming service.
It has been confirmed by Apple that their CEO, the cancer affected Steve Jobs is going to attend the annual developers’ conference that is scheduled to take place next week. During the event, discussions on the company's desktops and mobile operating systems including Mac OS X and iOS 5, are going to take place. It is also expected that the widely anticipated cloud computing service of the company, Cloud would also be talked about.
There are strong rumors in the market that Twitter is going to come up with its own photo-sharing service. This information was given by TechCrunch report saying that they have got it from 'multiple sources'.
Ever since the time the report has been published, another similar announcement has been done by All Things D. More of the same are expected to come at the D9 conference which would be held in Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Though the creator of iPad, Mac and iPhone has not provided any clues hinting at any offer, information has already been out about Apple’s latest cloud online songs storage space device which is whispered to be nearing its launch. This latest facility which has been named as the Music Locker or the iCloud is supposed to provide the customers with a feature of online storage meant for all their music as a part of the iTunes library.
There has been a login glitch with Skype for few users yesterday. The problem was due to a specific xml file, “shared. xml”.
Manual instructions like quitting the app and deleting the file were given to Window (7, XP, and Vista) users. Skypes Peter Parkes promised an update for Mac, and advises the Linux users to follow the manual instructions.
In its scheme to provide users with complete travel details, Google Inc. has started providing options to look up the flying timetable of various airplanes. This latest facility will be providing the flight schedules between two particular places and also the end places covered by a specific airplane.
All this information will appear in a box below the paid search results option of Google. The software engineer of Google, Petter Wedum has described it as the first and smallest measure in lieu of making it more convenient for travellers to find all details regarding travelling by air.
While Cathie Martin, the Republican celebrity will be bidding goodbye to Facebook since she has to address some issues in her private life, Facebook has already lured Joel Kaplan who was formerly the Deputy Chief of Staff in Bush’s administration to take the place of Vice President of Unites States public policy this June.
A famous hedge fund patron, David Einhorn, the chief of Greenlight Capital Fund has remarked that Steve Ballmer, the head of Microsoft Corporation should give up his position and let some other suitable person take his place. He also has outlook that it was Ballmer’s association with the company which was responsible for the largest hang over on the company’s share.
An industry analyst has expressed his views saying that Amazon. com is soon going to come out with a tablet computer that is going to be based on Google's Android operating system. It is going to take place somewhere near the festival system of this season.
Creative Strategies analyst Tim Bajarin said in an interview given to PC magazine that company is in plans to release 10-inch tablet, and possibly a 7-inch tablet by the later part of this year itself.
Sony Corp has missed out on estimates when it comes to earnings for the year. But that should not have been the case with Chief Executive Officer Howard Stringer, who was everything going fine this year.
Besides launching its new PlayStation Portable player and its first tablet computers during the Christmas time, he was also able to turnaround the loss-making games division of the company. But the strongest earthquake that hit Japan destroyed all the dreams for Stringer.
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