After a rat race - Waze has finally been acquired. Not by Apple, not by Facebook either but by Google. The search gaint, in what may seem as a defensive move, has acquired the popular Israeli traffic mapping app Waze. Google Maps' competitor Waze has been a favourite amongst iOS users when the initial Maps app bombed for everyone. Since then it's been running under speculations that Apple and even Facebook might be looking to buy Waze.
Apple revealed the next OS X operating system which is scheduled for a launch later this year - OS X Mavericks. The new operating system brings a lot of new features on the table, apart from simplifying the naming structure by moving away from cats. The company teased the new name as "OS X Snow Lion", which received its share of laughter and cheers from the audience, before officially announcing the real name - Mavericks.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Tuesday, 11 June 2013|
If, some months from now, you see people around you making funny faces at their mobile computing devices, don’t be taken aback. It may soon become a socially acceptable norm to have people winking or showing their tongues to their phones if Google and other manufacturers have their way.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Tuesday, 11 June 2013|
There are so many mobility management solutions available in the market today, to zero down which suits you the best becomes a difficult proposition. But there don’t seem to be many solutions catering to the needs of SMB’s, which largely depend on personal devices for business use.
|Written by Harpreet | Tuesday, 11 June 2013|
Apple has just announced the biggest upgrade to its mobile operating system - iOS - tonight at the opening keynote of the 13th Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The new upgrade called iOS 7 will begin rolling out to users by the end of this year on all supported iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch. The new mobile operating system from Apple has changed significantly for the first time ever since the iPhone was announced back in 2007.