The new iPad is now available on Apple Store. There are rumors that Apple is recycling the iPhone 4 camera. The CPU is new A5X, builded on Samsung labs and designed by Apple. Disassembling photos are provided by iFixit.
You can install the SDK on Windows, OS X, and Ubuntu Linux host PCs. For C/C++ development, the SDK integrates with Visual Studio on Windows, and Xcode on OS X, although you can use command-line tools if you prefer.
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Apple WWDC 2009 Keynote: (photos by engadget)
AppVee is new website for iPhone apps review. Inside you can find iPhone apps separated in categoryes and every entry is associated with screenshots, video reviews, user reviews, recommendations, and real analysis.
A filename extension is a suffix to the name of a computer file applied to indicate the encoding convention (file format) of its contents. In some operating systems (for example Unix) it is optional, while in some others (such as Windows) it is a requirement. Some operating systems limit the length of the extension (such as DOS and OS/2, to three characters) while others (such as Unix) do not. Some operating systems (for example RISC OS) do not use file extensions.
Here you have most popular extensions:
.$$$ Temporary file
.$$A OS/2 program file
.$$F OS/2 database file
.$$S OS/2 spreadsheet file
.$D$ OS/2 planner file
.$DB DBASE IV temporary file
.$ED Microsoft C temporary editor file.
.$VM Microsoft Windows temporary file for virtual managers.