Apple iPhone 5 , iPod Launch Event Video is Now Live

Apple has just posted the video of the iPhone 5 and iPod launch event which happened in San Francisco just few hours ago. Apple CEO Tim Cook and other Apple executives announced new products – iPhone 5 , iOS 6,  refreshed iPod line up and also provided an update about the Apple Retail operations. Continue reading “Apple iPhone 5 , iPod Launch Event Video is Now Live”

Apple iWork Apps – Pages , Numbers and Keynote now available for iPhone and iPod Touch

Apple has finally launched the iWork for the iPhone and iPod Touch. iWork for the iPad has been around for quite some time and iWork for the iPhone has been expected for a long time. Apple surprised us by announcing the public availability of Pages (Word Processing)  ,  Numbers  (Spreadsheet) and Keynote (Presentation ) for the iPhone. The apps are priced at $9.99 each and free for existing iWork for iPad users. The apps are compatible with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3Gs, iPod Touch (3rd gen and 4th gen).

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Yahoo announces Yahoo Go Service

Yahoo has announced the launch of Yahoo! Go, a new suite of products designed to extend the its reach beyond the Web browser,

Yahoo announced the launch its new service, called Yahoo Go, at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new service, which will be available on mobile phones, personal computers and PC-connected TVs, will give users access to different Yahoo?s applications such as Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Messenger, Photos, calendar, address book, Web and image search, news, sports and finance without using a browser.

– Yahoo! Go mobile is available to download on Nokia Series 60 phones.
– Yahoo! Go TV is coming soon and will be available for all Windows XP PCs.
– Yahoo! Go Desktop is coming soon but Yahoo! Widgets is avialable now.

Obviosuly it?s a multi-device platform for accessing and using Yahoo Services and Products anywhere, anytime, getting rid of the confinements of a browser and a PC, and this is very promising as a concept, but apparantely Yahoo wasn?t ready for full launch at CES.