May 1, 2009

JD Power Ranks iPhone Top in Customer Satisfaction for 2009

Apple ranks highest in customer satisfaction, according to the JD Power 2009 Wireless Consumer Smartphone Customer Satisfaction Study. The Study measures customer satisfaction with smartphones across several key factors including ease of operation (30%), operating system (22%), features (21%), physical design (18%), and battery function (9%). Read More

April 28, 2009

Review Roundup: Apple Mac mini with NVIDIA GeForce 9400M

Last month, Apple updated the mini desktop lineup. The update brought latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors, DDR3 memory and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics. The lower end $599 Mac mini model now comes with 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 1GB DDR3 RAM and 120GB hard drive, whereas the higher end model get 2GB RAM and 320GB hard drive for additional $200. According to Apple, the update makes the new Mac mini faster and greener. Below are the six best reviews for Mac mini:
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April 27, 2009

Mac OS X Snow Leopard to Include Screen Recording and YouTube Support

It is a known fact that Apple hasn’t announced or shown all the new features that will come in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. However, beta versions of Snow Leopard that Apple has released for developers to test have revealed few of those features. The new QuickTime X Player in Snow Leopard will receive many new features – including screen recording and YouTube support. Read More

iPhone App Store will Reach 2 Billion Mark in October

Last week, Apple announced that more than 1 billion applications have been downloaded from the App Store, the largest mobile applications store in the world. It took Apple just 9 months to reach the one billion mark selling on average 110 million applications each month or 3.7 million each day. Read More

April 26, 2009

Windows 7 Release Candidate Coming on May 5th with Windows XP Mode

Microsoft has announced that the Windows 7 Release Candidate is on track for April 30th for download by MSDN and TechNet subscribers. The company plans for a broader public release starting May 5th. Microsoft said, after beta release of Windows 7 in January, the company has been receiving and analyzing large number of feedbacks provided by beta testers. Based on those feedbacks Microsoft has made various bug fixes and improvement to overall user experience in Windows 7 Release Candidate. Read More