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Apple on Monday released iOS 8 beta 4 with the new build being Apple’s fourth developer preview release of its new iOS 8 software, which will be let loose to the general public sometime in the coming months, likely just before the next-generation iPhone 6 launches. In the meantime, developers can use Apple’s iOS 8 betas to update their apps and build new ones that take advantage of all the new APIs Apple has provided. For the rest of us, iOS 8 gives us a look at all the great new things to come.
The MacBook Air is one of Apple’s most iconic products, a very successful addition to the company’s laptop line. To further remind users how popular its ultra-slim laptop is, Apple on Monday released a terrific new ad that focuses entirely on the Air.
Along with unveiling its flagship Mi 4, Xiaomi has also announced a wearable device called the Mi Band. The fitness tracker is priced at a ridiculous RMB 79, which translates to Rs 760 (less than $20) approximately.
After a host of leaks revealed almost all there is to know about the latest flagship device, Xiaomi today took the wraps off the Mi4 at an event in Shanghai. This new smartphone will succeed the Mi 3, which has gone on sale in India today.
Yahoo today announced the acquisition of mobile analytics and ad firm, Flurry. While neither of the company has revealed any financial details, TechCrunch reports that the deal is worth somewhere between $200 million and $300 million.
German publication Smartdroid.de picked up a Google+ discussion in which Googler Rich Hyndman, who shared more details about Android L in a video published recently on YouTube, revealed that updates aren’t exactly in the picture for Android L.
With several independent reports claiming that mass production of Apple’s new iPhone 6 gets underway this month, leaks are kicking into high gear. Yes, believe it or not, the consistent flow of iPhone rumors and leaks we have seen over the past few months was not “high gear.”
Apple’s placing a lot of emphasis on iOS security (especially when compared with that “toxic hellstew” Android) and on privacy (again, compared to its rival) but it turns out that iOS might not be as secure or private as Apple has led customers to believe. Security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski has a new paper out called “Identifying Backdoors, Attack Points, and Surveillance Mechanisms in iOS Devices,” in which he reveals Apple’s complex tools inside iOS that would allow Apple to share certain user data at the request of law enforcement without the user knowledge.
Apple has been releasing new updates steadily since the first developer build of iOS 8 was let loose on June 2nd, and iOS 8 beta 4 couldn’t come soon enough considering how buggy beta 3 has been. Now, the latest and greatest iOS 8 build for developers — and anyone else who pays Apple $99 each year for a developer account — is available for download.
As rumor has it, the schematics for Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6 and “iPhone Air” phablet leaked from Foxconn several months ago. Using those schematics, people have been creating iPhone mockups that supposedly feature the same size and design as the real next-generation models.
Microsoft is reportedly getting ready to release its second scheduled Windows 8.1 update of the year. Known as Windows 8.1 Update 2, the upcoming release is apparently smaller than Update 1, which was released earlier this year, and will arrive on “Patch Tuesday,” which is apparently scheduled for August 12 ..
We have already shared tons of awesome paid iPhone and iPad apps with you last week that which might have already saved you over $100, but we’re not stopping there. Today marks the start of a new week, and it also marks the start of some great new sales on various paid iOS apps. As always, download anything that looks appealing as quickly as possible because these sales could end at any time, be it an hour from now or a day from now.
Google Maps is an amazing tool that has quite literally changed our lives. Even the shortest trips to unknown locations used to be a production that involved searches and routing on Mapquest (or, heaven forbid, on an actual paper map) and then carrying printouts of one’s path to consult while driving. Now, we type a quick search in Google Maps on our phones and go.
According to a recent report from Nikkei, whichhas a very good track record when it comes to Apple’s unreleased devices, iPhone 6mockups feature a massive design flaw compared to Apple’s real next-generation smartphone that will completely change the look of the device.