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Tech extremists, especially people who are under complete influence of Apple products, can now rejoice with the latest piece of news. Apple Inc. is all set to ship its new iPhone coming September. Though the plans have not yet made public, however one can surely expect to hear description on the same in the next few days.
In an attempt to ensure that it keeps complete control over the market for smartphones and tablet PCs, Apple Inc. is doing every bit for making the ground slippery for its competitors, though the latest claim by the entity may well come out as indisputable. Apple has sued rival, Samsung Electronics claiming that Samsung's Galaxy line of mobile phones and tablet "slavishly" copies the iPhone and iPad, according to the filing.
Talking about the first stint to make money from the advertisers, it was a apparently a failure for the social networking giant, Facebook. In 2007, it rolled out Beacon, which broadcast information on Facebook about users' activities and purchases elsewhere on the Web without their permission, however it was a complete let down for the entity. Now the site is up with the try again.
Slowly but steadily, the pace appears just about fine for India and China. Especially looking at the speed at which the world is moving ahead in terms of Technical progression, it would be an understatement if the aforementioned economies are still touted as developing markets.
The latest piece of news has given a sigh of relief to Individual blackberry users in UAE. Of late, it was reported that the country would stop individuals and small businesses from accessing the most private data services offered by BlackBerry, however the posture has been changed and the United Arab Emirates' telecommunications agency has said that BlackBerry smartphone services would remain available in the country for all.
World Wide Web has been offering so much so in the last few decades that it has now gone highly difficult to imagine as to what all one can fetch from this very evolution. Social networking sites are the talk of the day and rightly so, simply because they have so much to offer in terms of various avenues. For instance, in China a site known as jnjhw.com has gone vastly popular with the concept of ‘Skills Swapping’.
Individuals and small scale businesses will not be able to access the most private data services offered by Blackberry anymore. The same was quoted by one of the local UAE newspapers on Saturday, 16th April. The action taken by United Arab Emirates is sure to make news in the following days to come.
Before the launch on 19th April, it appears to be a serious dent to the hopes of millions across the world who were eagerly waiting for the PlayBook, the much awaited tablet from the Blackberry maker, Research in Motion (RIM), when the recent review published in the New York Times called the product as ‘Half Baked’. Touted as the biggest rival to Apple’s iPad 2 before the news came in, the PlayBook now look to loose ground with every passing day. The launch day would finally give users the chance to speak the last word on the product.
One of the prominent reasons that spells the popularity of Apple products is their smooth designing and sober color outfits. The non-colored White gadgets have always been enticing ever since they have come to the forefront. The much awaited wait for White iPhone would now be over with the suppliers to Apple Inc announcing the production onset for the product.