MG Siegler recently posted a great don’t-call-it-an-obituary for the PC on TechCrunch. His main point was that the PC as we all know it today is dying, and the reason for that is the iPad.
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If you have trouble motivating yourself to exercise, don’t give up or try things that don’t suit you. If you’re a nerd and the only way you can really be motivated to do something is through your smartphone screen, just download an app and get running. Simple.
It doesn’t need an introduction. But this year’s WWDC 2011 wasn’t a ‘traditional’ developer conference. In fact, ask any Apple fanatic, and they’ll tell you WWDC is synonymous with an iPhone refresh, showing off the new must-have piece of gadgetry we’ll be living with for the next year.
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This post focuses on iOS 5 in all its glory, we’ll look at some of the most anticipated features Apple has announced, as well as some of the (over 200) minor features not demonstrated by Apple in the keynote. We’re also looking for your thoughts and opinions on the new operating system so head on over to the comments section and let us know!
Let’s start with the name. It’s not called Google Music, like we all thought it would be. It’s called Music Beta by Google, which throws up the question, will this ever come out of beta? With regards to Google’s track record, I wouldn’t count on it.