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Zipcar App

06/08/2009, If you happen to do a whole lot of traveling and yet don’t want to be left at the mercies of local cabbies, surely car rental services are a must in your life. Well, the Zipcar app caters to this group of people, where you’re faced with a...

TomTom On iPhone

06/08/2009, Apple has also sprung a small surprise by including TomTom this time round, where the GPS navigation system program is able to function in landscape mode if you prefer it that way. A sultry female voice is there to offer voice directions (unlike the harsh...

ScrollMotion App

06/08/2009, Guess the iPhone will also become some sort of pseudo-ebook reader in the future if their ScrollMotion technology takes off. Word has it that there are 1 million books as well as tons of magazines which will feature in this application. Purchasing a book...

Game Demo On iPhone

06/08/2009, Asphalt 5 from Gameloft is the title to hit the streets, where Apple touts “console quality” graphics – yeah, from the 2000 era with the Dreamcast and Gamecube were players back then. Initially, it looked as though the title was running...

More on the iPhone OS 3.0 Update

06/08/2009, Well, Apple says that Javascript performance on the iPhone is very high, where most other cellphones won’t even make it past the finish line. Ouch to the competitors! Autofill feature is also useful to fill up web forms, alongside HTML 5.0 support...

iPhone OS 3.0

06/08/2009, There are 40,000,000 iPhones and iPod touches that are currently in the hands of users, sporting over 1 billion downloads from the App Store within 9 months. Talk about success! With such a huge potential user base, it is bigger than any other gaming...

Ubergizmo Live At WWDC 2009

06/08/2009, Join us on our live blog for to-the-minute updates at WWDC 2009 in San Francisco, California. What will it be – the new iPhone 3GS, Snow Leopard, a MacBook Mobile, perhaps? Well, stay tuned for the latest live blog posts from within the hallowed...

Exchange Is Now Built-In

06/08/2009, Business users will be pleased to know that Exchange is now built-in, and is able to synchronize with integrated Mail and Contact apps from Apple. This ought to bode well for Mac users since it will open up a whole new market for users who want to use...

OpenCL Announced

06/08/2009, OpenCL is a new open standard for graphics where all the major graphics cards manufacturers are involved, relying on the tried-and-tested C programming language to optimize your hardware configuration automatically for the best performance possible....

OS X Snow Leopard

06/08/2009, Just as expected, OS X Snow Leopard was also announced after the customary jibes against Windows Vista. We believe in touting the strengths of your products instead of making low blows against your rivals, unless your own product has nothing much to...

MacBook Air Updated

06/08/2009, The MacBook Air has also not escaped the attentions of the folks at Apple, where the base unit is going for $1,499, while $1,799 will net you a 256GB SSD configuration which sounds pricey, but is actually $700 cheaper than before! According to Apple, all...

13-inch MacBook Pro

06/08/2009, There’s also a 13″ MacBook Pro, making us wonder what happened to the MacBook that used to be that size. The 13″ will come in two configurations, powered by a 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo and 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo processor, boasting 2GB and 4GB DDR3...

New 15-inch MacBook Pro Unveiled

06/08/2009, Apple has updated their MacBook Pro line as expected, and it will be able to hold up to 8GB RAM, and it will power past the 3.0GHz mark since it is able to hold an Intel 3.06 GHz Dual Core 6MB Level 2 Cache processor inside. Of course, other interesting...