Apple has unveiled today the Mac OS Lion operating system successor, the “OS X Mountain Lion” – the next generation ninth major release of desktop platform which is equipped with more of iOS feature of the desktop. The new version Mountain Lion will be available from this summer – there is no information regarding the pricing but it will only be available...

Windows 8 – much awaited Microsoft’s operating system would made its debut in Q4 2012 – Yes we mentioned Q4 – yesterday at Fujitsu’s press conference to present the current line of laptops and tablets hints at Windows 8 arrival in Q4 along in the line-up of Ultrabooks and slates. What it appears to be in Fujitsu’s roadblock that the box on the far right...

The world’s largest social networking site, Facebook is planning to roll-out a verified account service with nicknames later today – the service will be effectively useful for those Facebook users who have a large subscriber’s base, notifying them of a “new way” to verify their account. These Facebook verified users do have an additional option to display nickname or an alternate name and will appear frequently in the Facebook’s “people to subscribe to” list. The verification will be done by requesting users their government-issued...

Microsoft’s next big thing – Windows 8 that along with the software giant, awaits all, will be adding new features which will help people with disabilities to navigate and use the operating system in a better way, company states in its blog post Tuesday. With the new release, the company increase its accessibility base keeping the things in mind based on feedbacks...

Bad news has just started rolling out for those looking out to get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 32GB version – according to the online retailer Expansys-USA and Negri Electronics Samsung has cancelled the device – it might be possible that it has only been delayed but still at this point we can’t figure out the things. If you are unaware that what the Galaxy Nexus...

Apple and Samsung – in their global “lawsuit” battle – Apple added another flurry this time with its latest complaint alleging 17 devices which infringes 8 of its patents against Samsung. The Cupertino’s based company in its latest preliminary injunction bid focused on only one out of 17 products and on four out of eight patents. Apple isn’t just targeting...

Android 4.0 or the” yummy” Ice Cream Sandwich which is still trying to make it roll out among the Android device users, a new report is suggesting that its next counterpart Android 5.0 known by “Jelly Bean” could launch as soon as in June this year. Google is likely to launch the Android version in the second quarter as far as the Digitimes reports suggest. According...

Russian site WP7Forum.ru have allegedly revealed some screenshots of Windows Phone “Tango” build and also demonstrates a number of new features in the next Windows Phone update. According to site, the new phone will support will support many new countries will be able to automatically download and update apps via Zune, and increase the number of pre-installed...

Skype which earlier last year was bought up by Microsoft resulting in today the Networking giant Cisco Systems appealed to European regulators to again consider their approval over Microsoft’s $8.5 billion purchase of the Internet calling service Skype – the EU reportedly approved the deal without any conditions in October. “Imagine how difficult it would be if you were limited to calling people who only use the same carrier or if your phone could only call certain brands and not others,” De Beer wrote. “Cisco wants to avoid...

Nikon is all set preparing for another camera – third in the row after making announcement of upcoming professional grade D4 and D800 DSLRs – another DSLR for launch this year – the 2012 seems a great huge year for the camera maker with atleast such huge product perspectives. During an interview with Amateur Photographer, Nikon’s marketing GM Nobuaki Sasagaki...