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Screenshots of the highly anticipated webOS 2.0 are beginning to surface around the Web. The screenshots provide a glimpse of what will be included – Dropbox, MobileMe, multiple IM account types, VPN support, Google Docs support, and much more. Engadget has posted an entire gallery of all the screenshots – check it out here!
Less than one week after Apple unveiled it’s latest Apple TV product, Reuters is reporting that Google TV will launch this fall in the US. The service will be free, and will provide users with full internet browsing via their television sets. Sony has agreed to begin including Google TV on its television sets, and Samsung said that it was looking into using the service. (via Reuters)
During last week’s keynote, Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, stated that they were activating ~230,000 iOS devices per day. Jobs also stated, “we think some of our friends are counting upgrades in their numbers.” Google responded, stating that “Android activation numbers do not include upgrades and are, in fact, only a portion of the Android devices in the market since we only include devices that have Google services.” (via CNN)
Also at last week’s keynote, Apple showcased updates Apple TV – which focuses on streaming media and HD content. The new device is smaller, has power, optical audio and ethernet ports, built in WiFi, and more. It will provide users with MobileMe, Podcast, Flickr, YouTube, and Netflix streaming as well as iTunes rentals. The device is available today for pre-order for just $99. (via Apple)