Welcome to this morning’s edition of “First To Know,” a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world. Today, we’re looking at three particularly interesting stories.
The story of the day (week, month?) is definitely Apple’s launch of the new iPad. We’ve got you covered from all angles: check out our initial coverage, a recap of all the important announcements and details from Apple’s event and our review of the new iPhoto app.
Apple Launches new Apple TV and iOS 5.1
With all the iPad-related news flying around, it’s easy to forget that Apple also announced a new version of Apple TV, now capable of playing 1080p video, at the same price: $99. A new version of iOS 5.1 is also available with Siri for Japan, camera enhancements and several other fixes and improvements.
Google Updates Search App for Windows Phone 7.5 Devices
Google has released a revamped version of its Search app for Windows Phone 7.5 devices. It now accepts voice input as well as auto-complete, and it can find places near the user without them actually typing in the location. You can get it here.
Reprinted from Mashable