Microsoft released the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 today. After installing it and having some time to see some of the new features in Windows 8, I found the messaging hub to be something unexpected and very useful. We all...Read More
Apple has announced the top apps downloaded for 2008. The list is fairly long, but the top is mainly filled with games and social apps. Unsurprisingly, Facebook, AIM, Google Earth, Enigmo and Super Monkey Ball are among the top of the list. The page listing the top apps in iTunes consists of 120 different applications and are broken down into top games, utilities etc. With the NDA lifted and experience in development growing, we should see some great apps in 2009.
Japan may have a lot of gadgets, but the one thing the majority lacks is the smartphone. Apple has its first corporate contract in Japan with Softbank Mobile which will give analysts and workers across the country, 1,000 iPhones for its management and consultancy, BearingPoint.