It has now been revealed that LulzSec “Leader”, Hector Xavier Monsegur, has been working with the FBI, as an informant, for the last nine months after his own arrest in August last year.
The UK Prime Minister is a big technology fan, and he’s now commissioned an iPad application to be created for him, which will enable him to view the latest crime, NHS and other statistics with just a few screen touches. However, the iPad app in question comes with a price tag of £20,000 for its development!
Well, it’s getting a bit confusing now. First Samsung weren’t saying anything about the Samsung Galaxy S3 launch date, then they said it would arrive in April, and now it’s not launching until later this year.
Apple have recently passed another milestone. This time, it’s in celebration of 25 billion app downloads! It feels like only yesterday that Apple announced the 10 billion milestone, which really makes you think about how many people there actually are downloading applications nowadays.
The pricing of Apple’s products is always one of the popular talking points when Apple unveil new products, and the same can be said for the Apple iPad 3. Some new sources have suggested that the pricing will remain the same as the current Apple iPad 2.
They are spotting you, they are following you, they are getting information about your friends, about your whereabouts, about your preferences.
As you should all know by now, Apple sent out its invitations to the March 7th event last week. Well, it’s only five days away now and the rumours have been flying around like crazy recently. Check out the full specifications of the Apple iPad 3 here.
The Apple iPad 3 has been the centre of attention in the rumour mill these past few months, and thanks to some recent leaks we can take a look at what might be heading our way very soon.
Now, with one hell of a lot of rumours going around at the moment, the release date of the Apple iPad 3 is still unknown, but there’s certainly been quite a few guesses as to when the new device will be released.
Last year, 2011, was a depressing year for those in the printed book industry. August, traditionally one of the biggest months for book sales, was down 8% on 2010 figures. WH Smith reported that it saw sales drop both on the High Street and through their travel outlets at service stations, airports and train stations. […]