Apple gave the world its first official look at iPhone OS 4.0 today, the next generation of its mobile operating system. It's going to include a function users have been requesting for years: multitasking. It's also offering a range of other new features, like a unified email inbox. UPDATED
Apple is going to take the wraps off the next version of its mobile operating system tomorrow. People who are too impatient to wait for the official announcement might be interested in the unconfirmed reports about iPhone OS 4.0.
Apple just announced that it will take the wraps off iPhone OS 4.0 at a press event to be held in just a few days. According to recently-leaked information, the next version of the operating system will include significant enhancements, including support for multitasking.
The Nintendo DSi XL is being released today. The "XL" stands for extra large, as this new version keeps the same clamshell shape as the earlier versions, but with dual screens nearly doubled in size. In addition to playing games, this device has a web browser.
DataViz has introduced a new version of its Office suite for the iPhone and iPod touch that lets users work directly with the Google Docs service.
Nintendo has revealed the U.S. release date for the DSi XL, which will keep the same clamshell shape as the current versions, but with dual screens nearly doubled in size. In addition to playing games, this device will have a web browser and an e-book reader.
In the last few days, Apple has removed around 5,000 applications from the iPhone App Store because they were judged to be too sexual in nature. However, a recent mover by the company may be a sign that it is going to allow these apps back in.
The TechnologyGuide.com editorial staff is pleased to announce a festival which will showcase some of the most creative made-for-mobile content. Entries can be submitted in a variety of categories, and winners will be screened at next month's CTIA Wireless tradeshow.
Opera Software is going to demo a version of the Opera Mini web browser for Apple's iPhone OS next week. But there are questions about whether this app will ever reach customers' hands.
In the very near future, users will be able to store more than 100 HD movies on a single SD card, movies they can then watch on their smartphone. That data requires 2 TB of storage, which is equal to 64 of the largest SDHC cards (32 GB) currently available.
Apple iPhone and iPod touch owners can now update their devices to iPhone OS 1.3.1, though they shouldn't expect significant changes. According to the official changelog, this new version makes only a few small modifications.
Details on the next version of Apple's iPhone OS have begun to leak out. According to unconfirmed sources, this will include support for two-way video calls, as well as some other enhancements, like file uploads, spell checking, and more.
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