Apple has recently removed an application from its iTunes App Store that calls for a third Palestinian intifada, after Israel filed a complaint, Israeli officials said on Thursday.Public Diplomacy Minister Yuri Edelstein has sent a letter to Apple complaining about the “Third Intifada” app previous in the week. According to a statement from minister’s office after getting the written complaint Apple took a quick action by removing its Third Intifada from iTunes App Store.The letter sent by Minister Yuri Edelstein, incited violence against Israel and mentioned all the details on imminent violent protests.Edelstein had previously succeeded in convincing Facebook to eliminate a similar “Third Intifada” page from its website.“By its action, Apple has proven, as Facebook did, that it shares the values that oppose violence, incitement and terrorism,” he said.The first intifada, or revolt, started in December 1987 with rock hurling, protests and public disobedience and continued until the 1993 Oslo peace settlement. A second and far more savage intifada exploded in 2000 and ultimately loose its momentum some five years later.
According to the latest buzz, Research in Motion Ltd. will be collaborating with Sprint Nextel Corp. to establish them in the rising tablet computing industry. RIM’s Playbook tablet computer which is coming up with loads of advanced features will run on Sprint’s high-speed wireless 4G technology.
Apple today announced the launch of a new digital textbook service known as iBooks2. The main aim of the company is to revitalize the US education market and that may lead to the fast adaption of the market leading iPad.
Last week Samsung announced their latest handset for mid range buyers, which will be running on Google Android 2.2 Froyo OS. This will be another addition to their Galaxy family. Among the existing 4 cell phones, Galaxy mini GT-S5570 has been listed as Galaxy Pop at a popular online retail shop Flipkart. This cell phone will boast a […]