More Rumors of an Apple TV Set Surfacing in 2012

All those Apple TV set rumors won’t die, they just keep coming back around. Analyst Gene Munster from Piper Jaffray has issued another note this week again saying that he expects Apple to launch its own branded television set this year. Munster gets his data the conversation he reportedly had with a TV component supplier.

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Todays Apple OS X 10.7.3 Update Causing Problems For Some Users

Earlier today Apple rolled out their latest OS X 10.7.3 update for Mac systems. But after a few hours of use it now looks like the update is causing problems for a number of users. Shortly after its release a number of users started posting on the Apple support forums with problems ranging from nothing working at all, to problems being encountered with the 10.7.3 delta updater is resulting in app crashes.

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Avid Studio Video Editing App Arrives On The iPad

Avid has launched a new video editing iPad app, which it hopes will give Apple’s iMovie a run for its money, and is Avid’s first prosumer video editing app for the iPad. Avid Studio for the iPad enables you to quickly arrange your clips in the Storyboard, make precision edits using the Timeline, and add high-quality transitions, effects, and soundtracks to your movie footage.

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Reckless Racing 2 Launches On iOS And Android Devices (video)

Reckless Racing 2 the highly anticipated sequel the the great original game developed by Polarbit, has now launched on to iOS and Android devices and is available to download from the iTunes App Store for $4.99 and the Android Market. Reckless Racing 2 was originally expected to arrive in the App Store and Android Market back in December.

The new Reckless Racing 2 application brings gamers a selection of 18 highly detailed cars to choose from whilst playing, ranging from small dirt buggies to high speed supercars, and with 24 new routes in a variety of flavours on both dirt and tarmac to test your skills.

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Evernote For Mac Update Brings Revamped Note Interface And More

Evernote has today rolled out a new update 3.0.6 to their Mac application, which brings with it a newly revamped user interface for notes, together with range of enhancements to checklists, tables and more.

The newly designed note panel has been design to save space and provide a much easier to understand interface. Evernote has also added what they are calling “Intelligence” to the header of the notes. Showing both the date the note was created and updated.

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Apple Releases OS X Lion 10.7.3 Update

Apple has released a new update for its Mac OS X software, the latest version is OS X Lion 10.7.3 and the update comes with a range of improvements and bug fixes.

The OS C Lion 10.7.3 update adds in support for a range of new languages, which include Catalan, Croatian, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Slovak, Thai, and Ukrainian, as well as a range of bug fixes.

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iPad 3 To Feature Quad Core A6 Processor?

We have been hearing rumors about the iPad 3 for the last few months, the device is reported to come with a new Apple A6 processor, and now it would appear we may actually have some information about the A6 processor.

According to a recent report by the Boy Genius Report, Apple’s iPad 3 will feature a quad core A6 processor, as they have apparently obtained some information on the hardware in an iPad 3 prototype.

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Steam For Android And iOS Comes Out Of Beta, Now Available To Everyone

Last week Valve launched their Steam app for mobile devices, the app was available on Google’s Android platform and Apple’s iOS platform, and the app is now out of beta and available to everyone.

The app was previously only available to a select few, but it is now available to everyone to use on your Android and iOS devices, as long as you have a Steam account.

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Volumify Easily Mutes Your Mac Startup Sound

If you are looking to turn off and mute the annoying Mac startup sound, a new application called Volumify has been launched on the Mac App Store. That allows you to easily disable the startup sound in OS X Lion, allowing you to reboot and turn on your Mac without letting everyone around you know.

The new Volumify application not only mutes your Mac startup sound, it can also be configured to act differently in various locations. For instance if you only want to your Mac startup sound turned off in lectures, its ease to configure.


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iBamboo Urban Speaker Dock Now Created In Recycled Plastic

Back in June last year we featured a new iBamboo speaker dock which was constructed from.. you guessed it Bamboo. Now Anatoliy Omelchenko of Triangle Tree the manufactures and designers of the original iBamboo speaker dock have unveiled a new line of speaker docks called the Urban which are created from recycled plastic.

The new iBamboo Urban speaker dock has been created after custom feedback, and requests for a products that was a little more robust that the original iBamboo. Triangle Tree is currently in the process of sourcing manufactures to produce their new iBamboo Urban speaker dock, which will be available in both clear and solid colour versions for around $29.

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Apple Motion 5.0.2 Update Rolls Out, Adding Improved Speed And Responsiveness

Joining the new update rolled out by Apple today for their Final Cut Pro X video editing software. Apple has also rolled out an update for its Motion  5.0.2 software. Motion 5 provides Final Cut Pro X users with additional tools to tweak and customise video footage, and is available to purchase for $50.

Enabling users to create and edit motion graphics, titling for video production and film production, and 2D and 3D compositing for visual effects. The new update released today is around 1.05GB in size and improves speed and responsiveness of text editing.

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Apple Final Cut Pro X Update 10.0.3 Introduces Multicam Editing And More

Apple has today announced a new update 10.0.3 thats rolling out for its new Final Cut Pro X video editing software which launched around seven months ago. The new FCPX update brings with new features including multicam editing that automatically syncs up to 64 angles of video and photos.

The new Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 update also includes a multitude of new tools including for editing and now automatically syncs clips from your shoot using audio waveforms, time and date, or timecode. To create a Multicam Clip using up to 64 angles, which can include frame sizes, mixed formats, and frame rates, and which can be edited using a new powerful Angle Editor to fine tune your projects.

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