Opera Mini 5 for iPhone Submitted to App Store – Don’t Hold Your Breath!

March 24, 2010

Norwegian software company, Opera, now has a Opera Mini 5 version ready for the iPhone. It has already been submitted to Apple for approval in the App Store, but I wouldn’t hold my breath to see it being approved anytime soon. I seem to remember having read that Apple doesn’t want applications that duplicates functions […]

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iPad: 120,000 Pre-Orders First 24 Hours. $75,000,000 Revenue.

March 17, 2010

CNNMoney.com reports, based on calculations done by Investor Village, that 120,000 iPads were sold during the first day of iPad pre-orders. They estimate that 69% ordered the Wi-Fi only edition, while the storage capacity was almost equally divided with 33% each (16GB, 32GB, 64GB). Victor Castroll, an analyst with Valcent Financial Group, said: “Apple has […]

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iPad Ad Premieres At Oscars – Like iPhone Did

March 8, 2010

Like the “Hello” ad for the iPhone premiered at the Oscars some years ago, an iPad ad now also appeared for the first time, at the Oscars. The background music in the ad is “There Goes My Love” by The Blue Van. I’m  sure the song can be found in the iTunes Store if you […]

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Report: Initial iPad Demand Greater Than iPhone’s

February 25, 2010

TUAW reported yesterday how a report indicates the initial iPad demand to be greater than iPhone’s. It’s Mike Abramsky from RBC Capital Markets who conducted a survey of 3,200 people and found that 13% are likely to buy the $499 iPad. The interest for iPhone was at 9% prior to it’s launch in 2007. Read […]

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Future Of Flash in iPhone/iPad? “Old Technology”, Says Steve Jobs

February 20, 2010

Yada yada yada, the iPhone doesn’t support Flash. Everybody knows that by now. If you follow Apple, or just tech news in general, you will also know that their new soon-to-be-released iPad doesn’t support Flash either, as Steve Jobs (by accident, I guess) demonstrated during the iPad keynote presentation. Personally I don’t care about Flash. […]

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