Firefox 4 RC 1 Now Available To Download

Mozilla has now released whats should be the final version of their new Firefox 4 browser and its now ready to download as a Release Candidate 1 version build.

The Firefox 4 RC build is expected to be the final version as far as the development team are concerned and Mike Beltzner, Mozilla’s Director of Firefox, says that this RC “represents the code we intend to ship as Firefox 4

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Apple Releases iPad 2 Guided Tours

The Apple iPad 2 will go on sale in the US on Friday the 11th of March and here in the UK on the 25th of March, Apple has now posted some guided tour videos which give us a glimpse at some of the new features on the iPad 2.

In  the videos we get a look at some of the new software apps designed for the iPad 2 which include Garage Band, iMovie and FaceTime, as well as a look at the existing apps available on the iPad.

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iPhone 5 To Feature Dual Core A5 Processor

When Apple announced the new iPad 2 and their new dual core A5 processor, we pretty much knew that Apple would use the new dual core A5 processor in the iPhone 5.

Now the guys over at Cult of Mac have confirmed that the new iPhone 5, which is yet to be announced will use Apple’s new A5 processor as some evidence was found in the latest version of Apple’s iOS, iOS 4.3.

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White iPhone 4 To Go On Sale In April?

We know that Apple has fixed the manufacturing issues on the white iPhone 4, and their last official statement said it would be available in spring, so when will the elusive white iPhone 4 actually go on sale.

It seems that the white iPhone 4 will finally go into production this month, and should hit the stores in April according to a recent report.

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Apple TV Update Brings MLB And NBA Sports

As well as releasing iOS 4.3, Apple also released a new version of the Apple TV software, version 4.2 and this latest version brings a range of new features to Apple’s set top box.

As well as adding in support for the new AirPlay features in iOS 4.3, the latest version of Apple TV has now added the ability for sport fans to watch live Major League Baseball games through MLB.TV, plus there is now access for NBA League Pass subscribers who can now watch live games and also check scores and view archived games on their Apple TV.

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Apple Releases iOS 4.3

Apple has released the latest version of their mobile OS, iOS 4.3, which was scheduled to be released on Friday with the launch of the new iPad 2.

iOS 4.3 brings a range of new features to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and some of these features include enhancements to AirPlay, improved performance in Safari, iTunes home sharing and changes to the way you use the slide switch on the iPad.

The changes to Apple’s AirPlay now lets you share more content from your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to your Apple TV, it adds in support for third party applications which support the feature and you can now also stream photos and home videos from your photo app.

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Kinect Sells 10 Million, Party Over At Microsoft’s

Wouldn’t you know it, Microsoft’s Kinect has just hit the 10 million sale mark. Which marks today as both Wednesday and the day we found out who is leading in the Motion Control Wars, formerly known as the Console Wars. If you’re a Guinness World Records aficionado then you’ve probably already heard the other big news. Microsoft’s bestselling peripheral is being celebrated as the fastest selling piece of consumer electronics ever.

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Playstation Network Down For 11 Hours Of Maintenance

Unfortunately if you were hoping to play on the PSN in the next 11 hours you are out of luck as Sony has announced that the Playstation Network will be down for 11 hours due to required maintenance.

Sony has explained in their post that the following will be totally out of action: Signing into PSN, Playing games online and Using the PSN store.

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Microsoft Working On Xbox 720?

It looks like Microsoft could possibly be working on the next generation Xbox, which we will call the Xbox 720 for now, as they have recently posted some job listings on Linkedin for what seems to be Microsoft’s next generation console.

There are listing for an Audio/Video Hardware Architect, an Audio Architect and a Graphics Architect and the listings references ‘next generation’ consoles as you can see below.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Launch Date Just Two Weeks Away?

Hot on the heals of AMD launching their new HD 6990 graphics card and consequently taking the ‘Worlds Fastest’ graphics card title, NVIDIA is now thought to be launching its new GeForce GTX 590 in just two weeks, on the 22nd March 2011, according to Expreview.

The new NVDIA GeForce GTX 590 packs dual-GF110 cores and features a 1024 CUDA Core, 3GB GDDR5 memory, dual-8pin external power connectors for the required 375W TDP and with it NVIDIA will be undoubtedly looking to take first place from AMD for the worlds fastest graphics card.

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