Just under an hour to go before Google I/O 2013 officially kicks-off, and already the good folk over at The Verge are reporting that a (not-so-subtle) mention of Android 4.3 has actually leaked on Google’s official developer website.
In a move which is likely to put even further pressure on the Cupertino company, CultofMac (via TechCrunch) reports that Google’s Chairman, Eric Schmidt, has in fact confirmed that the version of the firm’s ‘Google Now’ service designed for iOS, (that consequentially leaked in this video on YouTube last week), is currently sat in the App Store submissions queue awaiting Apple’s approval.
Adobe’s Chief Technology Officer, Kevin Lynch, has resigned from his position at the software company headquartered in San Jose, California, to take up his new position as Apple’s Vice President of Technology, according to Engadget.
Following on from a report by Engadget earlier this week, which pertained to a filing Apple had reportedly made with the FCC concerning a (potentially) new model of its Apple TV, an Apple spokesperson has confirmed to TheNextWeb that the update to the product will be internal, and will result in no changes to the product’s aesthetic design.
According to a new report by Asian news outlet YICAI, Apple’s previously rumored ‘Research and Development’ (R&D) facility located in Shanghai, China, will go ahead – this Summer.