Apple Safari 5 released

Apple has quietly released the next version of Safari (version 5.0) web browser for Mac and Windows platforms. The most important changes that Safari 5.0 brings are the HTML5 and the extensions support. Apart from that, the browser also offers the option to make Bing as the default search engine. Apple claims that Safari 5.0 [...]

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After some intrigue, Apple releases Safari 5

Monday’s debut of Apple’s Safari 5 Web browser was one of the Worldwide Developers Conference rumors that preceded the event over the weekend, and it surprised many Steve Jobs prognosticators that he left the stage without announcing it. Then came an Apple press release on PRNewswire.com, but no browser. Then the press release disappeared, apparently [...]

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GIGABYTE first Motherboard with iPad Recharging Capability in Bangladesh

Over 40 GIGABYTE Motherboard Models Supply Sufficient Power to Charge an iPad While It Is Being Used TAIPEI, Taiwan – April 12, 2010 – Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions today proudly announced their full range of Intel chipset-based X58, P55, H55, H57 as well [...]

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WORLDSCRIPT JUMPS LANGUAGE BARRIERS

Published in Computer Jagat Apple has announced its WorldScript technology. The introduction of WorldScript will transform the Mac into the first international PC through worldwide language support. The new technology includes support for text input and display, as well as for incorporating language attributes, such as date and time formats, for most written languages. With [...]

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IBM, Apple, Motorola Dedicate Design Centre

The belief that computers regardless of their make, can share the same programs, came one step closer to reality, when IBM, Apple, and Motorola dedicated a new design and development facility. The 80,000 sq. ft., S500 million design centre, named Somerset, will employ 300 engineers from the three companies. These scientists will endeavor to bring [...]

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IBM, Apple’s first Power PC in early 1993

Originally Published in 1992, Computer Jagat Magazine IBM and Apple Computer Inc’s first PowerPC-based system will be priced under US$2,000 to compete with 386SX machines, officials from both companies and Motorola Inc revealed. The system, a low-end desktop expected as soon as early 1993, will offer about 20 SPECmarks in performance, said officials from the [...]

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Byte Magazine’s Awards For Excellence

Byte Magazine’s, has released its editor’s choice for the best products of 1991. The Awards for Excellence went to the following products: * System 7.0, the Macintosh operating system from Apple Computer. Also from Apple was the Quick Time 1.0 movie file format for multimedia. * Another operating system winning the lop award was Digital [...]

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