Not that Apple's first iPhone needed any more publicity to that massive success it has evolved into, but did you know that Barack Obama was one of those lucky few people who got a sneak peek at Apple's then-prototype? Read on after the jump what the American President's opinion was on the unreleased smartphone that would go on to change the whole industry.
It was only last week that Google announced that its social network, Google+, had breached the 90 millions users mark which represented quite a staggering rise in registrations considering that number was closer to the 40 million mark in October last year. We all know however, that a registered consumer base is somewhat different to an engaged consumer based but in the Google+ world; Larry Page reckons that sixty percent of those users use the site daily, with approximately eighty percent being active weekly users.
The official Flickr page of The White House has uploaded photos from last night’s big tech dinner which shows CEOs from major technology companies in the Silicon Valley having a toast with US President Barack Obama.
CEOs of Apple, Google and Facebook are reportedly going to meet with President of the United States, Barack Obama, on Thursday in San Francisco, reports ABC News.
A 25 year old Frenchman was successful in hacking into US President Barack Obama’s, and Britney Spears' Twitter account this Wednesday. According to Reuters, this young Frenchman used administrator account of Twitter to break into account of US politicians and stars. No harm was done though as the hacker didn't extract any personal account information. He did it all for thrill and fun.
Today, in an attempt to have better interaction with general public, The White House has announced the official iPhone and iPod touch app named ‘The White House’. This app offers latest news updates, videos, photos and blog posts from the official White House blog. In addition, it also delivers live video streaming which from now on will enable iPhone and iPod Touch users to watch future Presidential addresses live on their favorite iDevice. The app also opens up access to White House speeches and press briefings in real-time.