Day: July 7, 2010

Apple grabs a Delicious Monster

Apple grabs a Delicious Monster Cupertino has hired half the Apple Design Award-winning team behind Delicious Monster, Mike Matas. Matas will join Apple to design user interfaces and to create icons for Mac OS X. He co-founded Delicious Monster with colleague Wil Shipley, who will be maintaining the company’s Delicious Library, and working on version two of that...

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Windows Phone 7.8 coming next year, and users aren’t happy

Windows Phone 7.8 coming next year, and users aren’t happy Microsoft’s next OS update for Windows Phone 7 handsets won’t be available until sometime in 2013. The news, posted on a Microsoft blog Wednesday, led to a stream of frustrated comments from existing Windows Phone users, complaining they will have to wait until at least two months after the launch of Windows Phone 8 to get some of the new features. Users are upset because the latest release of the OS, Windows Phone 8, isn’t compatible with older handsets running Windows Phone 7. The users feel that as early...

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New Mac OS X Server software and Power Macs

New Mac OS X Server software and Power Macs Apple has introduced its next generation Mac OS X Server, and a new G4 Server Power Macintosh. The announcement was made during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, held in San Jose, California (May 21-25) Mac OS X Server (from £339) is built on Apple’s next-generation desktop operating system, Mac OS X. It integrates server applications including the Apache Web server, Samba for Windows file-sharing, WebObjects 5 and QuickTime Streaming Server 3. Apple’s vice president of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller enthused: “Mac OS X Server has the power of Unix, yet...

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