A recent Apple [AAPL] patent filing for replaceable lenses on the iPhone shows the company continues to focus on photography as part of its smartphone offering. This suggests the iPhone 5 will quickly become the most used camera on social services, including Facebook, Flickr and Twitter -- and hints on future developments for Apple Maps.
Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) is reassuring us that it has a load of cool new features upcoming in Google Earth and Google Maps. But in IT Blogwatch, bloggers say the company is running scared of what Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will announce at WWDC 2012.
Google plans to update Google Docs in the next few weeks to allow users to edit documents on iPads and Android devices. But the company still has some big holes in its mobile apps line.
This pilot fish is walking out to his car after work with a co-worker, and she's excited -- she has just found a new program that will let her monitor her house while she's at work, and she wants to know if the firewall will let her use it.
In Tuesday's IT Blogwatch, Richi Jennings watches Google update its Google Earth app. Not to mention the real reason for Lore's frustration...
Trying to retain the importance of locally run packaged software, Microsoft launched its software + services business. But the company is doing nothing interesting with its own idea.
Google Earth now lets you see some of the greatest paintings of Europe in eye-popping detail.
India terrorism attack may have demonstrated how satellite images help terrorist groups. But there's no need to worry about it. Our Web 2.0 world is far more important.