Facebook is the most popular social media website for people to connect with their friends and family members. Previously they unveiled an extention for Facebook platform which makes it easy for you to bring your friends with you all over the Web. Recently they have expanded the same conceptÂ to iPhone and iPod touch by offering “Facebook Connect for the iPhone”.
Apple has rolled out their much anticipated iPod Shuffles yesterday. These new iPod adopt a more vertical shape than the previous model, but are smaller overall. People who are still interested in buying the previous generation iPod shuffles can get their hands on them.
Apple and Adobe are teaming up to create a flash player for the iPhone. Narayen (Adobe Executive) said that he was “pleased with progress” since June of 2008. Apple CEO Steve Jobs originally claimed that Adobe Flash was too resource-heavy for the iPhone.
Google Earth has been introduced for the iPhone and it looks really impressive. Now, I wish they introduce the same for the s60. Though, somehow I don’t think that is happening in the near future!
In Apple releases new MacBook family, Dennis has covered some of the new features that the new MacBooks have to offer. As usual, the laptops look really stylish. The prices have been sharply dropped as well with entry prices at $1,299.
Current.com came up with the above game. Choose your player and fight your opponent with new state of the art light sabers using your mouse and arrow keys.
Found this at Techcrunch. For those who are waiting desperately for Apple’s iPhone, you can now download this image, print it out, fold it along the dotted lines and you have you’re very own iPhone. Who says the best things in life aren’t for free?
This is what happens when you launch a product with the name another company has already trademarked. Steve Jobs announced the release of the iPhone two days back and we already have the whole blogosphere talking about it. I’ve refrained from posting on this blog until now.