Apple releases the next generation Mac OS X at WWDC – calling it Mavericks. The beta update is available for developers to try right now.
Some extremely good news for Apple fans – the WWDC keynote will be live streamed for all Apple devices via the website.
Hola unblocker gives you access to geographically blocked sites without using proxies – so it is much faster and reliable.
Falcon Pro, one of the best Twitter clients for Android, gets updated to 2.0 beta and is available for everyone to give a try.
Just when you thought the month of June is filled with a lot of product launches, here’s a new one. Google plans to host two ‘special’ events for Mobile Chrome this month – on June 7th and 13th.
Microsoft gets ready for the next release of Windows 8, a small update which aims to make Windows more usable and familiar – and hopefully less frustrating.
Twitter’s mobile apps get an update showcasing a new simplified Tweet composer. The Android app now supports richer notifications and the iPhone app makes better use of horizontal space.
Gmail for Android finally gets revamped with a new interface along with a auto categorisation feature for Gmail on web and iPhones.
Opera releases Next – a future version of its Chromium powered browser for desktop and mobile.
AppGratis, the app discovery service, releases for Android a few months after getting banned from the Apple App Store.