OS X Yosemite is almost ready for its public debut. Apple on Tuesday released the golden master candidate of its forthcoming Mac OS, which means you can expect Yosemite to drop soon.
The GM version of an OS is typically the final product, though the developers who’ve been beta testing Yosemite since June still have time to find a few more bugs. Apple also opened up the Yosemite beta to the public for the first time in 14 years, so a lucky million Mac users got the chance to take Yosemite for a test run.
Apple revealed Yosemite, OS 10.10, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference nearly four months ago. Six developer previews and four public beta builds have been released since then.
Ce soir s’est déroulée une conférence de presse menée par Microsoft sur le futur de Windows. Alors que tout le monde s’attendait à la présentation de Windows 9, il n’en est rien. C’est finalement Windows 10 qui a été annoncé et ssuccédera à l’actuel Windows 8. Vous retrouverez sur MaTabletteWindows un article complet sur ce nouveau Windows.
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A new hands-on report on the Apple Watch has revealed some new details ahead of the device's early 2015 launch.
Writing for A Blog to Watch, Ariel Adams says the Apple Watch will use a dedicated iPhone app to install watch apps, similar to other smartwatches. But more than just acting as a funnel for data, the iPhone will also kick in some computational muscle. By offloading certain processing tasks to the phone, the watch can preserve battery life.
Sony's new flagship phones, the Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact, have been receiving more than favorable reviews. And as they slowly start becoming available around the world, now is the right time to hit the spot with a splashy, new, advertising and marketing campaign. Sony unveiled the campaign with the tagline, “Don’t settle for good. Demand great.”
The campaign kicked off with the release of two videos on the company's YouTube channel. The first, entitled Gliding Lights, seems at first to be just some abstract lighted images glowing eerily in what seems to be a forest. It's like something out of a trippy and hip ghost movie. But it's actually skiers gliding through snow at night (the 2nd ad shows behind the scenes of this) glowing like colored Christmas tree lights. What it's highlighting is the Xperia Z3's ability to take pictures and videos even in low light.
The 2nd ad is entitled The Journey and shows some creative ideas the user has in how to maximize the premium features of the Xperia Z3, including taking videos of skateboarders holding different colored smoke bombs as they skate down the road. He's also the guy behind the first video, and shows how he and his friends came up with the idea of shooting at night in the snow, highlighting of course the Z3's camera capabilities.
Sony says in the next few weeks they'll be releasing more videos and other campaign materials that will feature people who were helped by the Xperia Z3 to "achieve greatness." We don't know exactly what that means or how it will come about, but based on the first two videos they've released, it will probably look pretty and cool.
SOURCE: Sony Mobile
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