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AVG, the ever popular antivirus solution provider and Virgin Groups have joined hands and launched Virgin Digital Help. As the name implies, it is an initiative which provides support services for the digital world audience, that is anyone using mobile phone computer or any other gadget for that matter. It provides a Desktop Digital Helper tool which includes the free version of AVG 9.0. The inclusion of AVG’s antivirus is a pretty smart move, since AVG is known to detect and kick out most of the viruses out of your precious PC.
Here is a simple example to understand its usefulness – Lets say you purchase the cool looking iPhone this christmas and have problem configuring some of its options, can’t figure out a way out, then give Virgin Digital Help a try and they will hopefully solve your problem.
Apple has rolled out a new commercial. No, it’s not another attack on Verizon. Instead, its a commercial which lists 12 holiday applications for iPhone with the class Christmas song running in the background. The add is titled 12 Days of Christmas. (List of featured apps provided below)
Microsoft has unleashed its very own Bing app for iPhone. iPhone and iPod Touch users can download the app from the Apple’s App Store. The app comes equipped with cool features such as voice-based search, Seadragon powered mapping and location aware search. Full list of features provided below.
Chrome has gone past Safari in browser market share, according to a recent study by a Web measurement company called Net Applications. Net Applications performs analysis and keeps track of the browser habits of 160 million unique visitors on a monthly basis. Currently, Chrome is placed at the 3rd spot pushing Safari down to 4th spot, something which will not please Apple at all.
Less than 24 hours ago, we informed you about Apple delaying its iMac shipment by 2 weeks owing to the faulty graphics card. Well, Apple has issued an official apology for the delayed shipment. But the official apology did not say anything about the faulty graphics card being the reason for this undesirable event.
Google has partnered up with T-Mobile as part of its plan to sell Google Phone also known as Nexus One. Now, this doesn’t mean in anyway that you won’t be able to get a carrier-free edition of the Android powered phone from Google. Google will continue to sell it unlocked GSM edition online.
Apple has decided to delay the shipment of its recently launched 27 inch iMac. Apple requires two additional weeks to start shipping iMac again. How bad is this? Pretty bad, since its the holiday season. Faulty graphics card are the reason behind this undesirable delay.
Apple has given its highly successful iTunes App Store a redesign. The newly revamped UI of App Store is targeted to provide a cleaner, easier and intuitive access. A quick look at the App Store just gets you engaged and pushes you to know more. In short, a cool and attractive design. Listed below are the changes that are now part of the Apple’s store for apps.
Microsoft has done what many were not expecting it to do – it has admitted the supremacy of iPhone in the mobile arena. This interested development took place during the Q&A session of the Connect! technology summit, which was held in London. Microsoft also had news regarding Windows Mobile , the IT giants have pushed the Windows Mobile 7 release date to late 2010.
Waiting for Apple’s Tablet to arrive? Well here is a video that shows a tablet in action. The title of the video Is this the Apple MacTablet AKA TabletMac says it all. You will like what you see in this video. This video will give you an idea of how the Tablet works. It might not be the Apple’s yet to arrive Tablet but it surely is the one you will want to get your hands on.