06 Nov

Here are some of the headline that grabbed the attention this week.

Apple News:

  • Apple awards $60 million in stock bonuses to its top execs.
  • Apple make Garageband universal.
  • Apple plan to spend $7 billion on retail and cloud operations.
  • Apple trial the self-checkout using the iOS App at retail stores.
  • Apple releases iOS 5.0.2 to developers.
  • Apple updates iTune Match for developers, but still no public release.
  • Apple confirm a battery bug with a limited number of iOS 5 devices.
  • Rumour: CBS turned down a potential TV deal with Apple.
  • Rumour: Apple planning a radical overhaul in their product lines in 2012.
  • Google release and then pull their new Gmail app for iOS.
  • Siri suffered another short outage and confirm as uses around 64K of data.
  • Developers concerned with the new App-Cleaning in the next version of iOS 5.
  • Dungeon Hunter 3 confirmed for Christmas release.
  • Glu show their product line due for release before Christmas.
  • Stanza app appears forever broken with iOS 5, as Amazon who own the product seem in no rush to fix it.

In other tech news:

  • HP start to offer a limited amount of Touchpads in their developer program again.
  • HP start selling a new tablet, but it is a slate running Windows.
  • Google Reader redesign angers many users as some features are removed.
  • Google change there search as they want the + system for their social feature.
  • LG electronics issues shares to top up its finances.
  • RIM’s stock falls below their book value.
  • Sony forecast a $1.2 billion loss for the year.
  • Microsofts famous Courier tablet was killed off by Bill Gates.
  • Angry Birds tops half a billion downloads.
  • Kindle lending library is now available in the US, but non of the big six sellers are offering their books.
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