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[14 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Ten CEOs Who Spell Success

Snigdha Sandip
Life with be full of darkness, lest there be an urge. That urge will lead you to knowledge. Tune in to that knowledge to make a beautiful hymn of work. And when you work with love, you turned out be the most intimate to God. Success is realized not through simple magic, rather we create it out of sweat and determination. In the road to success, tears out of agony and defeat may roll down. But in the end, you will discover a rainbow in your tears. All you …

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[26 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

In May, Microsoft and Nokia will launch the “AppCampus” a program to develop mobile applications supported by Aalto University on the outskirts of Helsinki. This program has a lifespan of three years, will be based AppCampus up to 18 million euros, the two parties had undertaken to invest 9 million euros each.

“The AppCampus program has been set up to foster the creation of innovative mobile applications for the Windows Phone ecosystem and in addition, Nokia platforms, including Symbian and Series 40, to create a new generation of self-sustaining mobile startups” …

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[26 Feb 2012 | One Comment | ]

Some years ago, security vendors were reluctant to pass the step towards mobile security. In a context of reconciliation between Nokia and Microsoft and an increase of Android devices, publishers do not hesitate to propose new solutions.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, U.S. McAfee announced the release of a new service dedicated to safety. Specifically, it is a mobile security application for SFR customers in France.
Dubbed “SFR Mobile Security”, the function is supposed to protect the data in a smartphone during a theft or loss. It offers a remote …

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[30 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Finally! Since the announcement of AMD’s famous HD3D technology which is the marketing name around his features “3D”, we waited the arrival on the market first screen HDMI 1.4a. This is the case of Acer and HS244HQ proposed around € 369
So let’s start at the beginning. It is first necessary to know that, physically, a base connector (Type A) HDMI 1.4 does not differ from previous versions. There are still 19 pins, and it is the same at its maximum, which is 10.2 Gbps, the signal frequency is unchanged (340 …

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[25 Jan 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

In June 2009, Google engineers explained that many of the Internet protocols were developed at a time when dial-up connection predominated. These protocols are not optimized for ADSL today. Google wanted to thereby form a working group which will be working on HTTP and TCP/IP protocols.
In November 2009, Google introduced the SPDY, a transfer protocol on the Internet would be two times faster than traditional HTTP. Unlike the HTTP protocol that sends each request for all items on the page (CSS, images, JavaScript) SPDY compresses all upstream. This would result …

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[14 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Technology.am Top camera picks from CES 2012

CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a show dedicated to the world of high technology and the various innovations. Over the years, the CES has become the most important gatherings of this style as are the Computex or IFA. This show takes place in the beginning of the year in Las Vegas, where manufacturers, journalists and fans of new technologies come together for a week.
FIRST PICK: The panoramic (360 degree view) camera by Tamaggo
At first glance, the object does not look like much: a kind of plastic eggs, available in various …

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[13 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Broadcom recently announced four Wi-Fi chips that support next-generation standard 802.11ac, and offer a theoretical throughput of 1.3 Gbps. The manufacturer also launched the brand “5G Wi-Fi”, a proprietary format which is not ratified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the consortium responsible for developing standards for wireless standards.
As the current Wi-Fi 802.11n, Broadcom is based on the multiplication of antennas to achieve a bandwidth of 1.3 Gbps. Three in numbers, at most, they operate on 80 MHz channels or frequencies twice as wide as 40 MHz available in the high-end routers …

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[20 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Aakash: Tablet Era Dawns in Indian Sky

Vignesh Nagathan
India seems very keen on bridging the technological divide between urban and rural areas that tends to get wider and wider. As a bid in that direction, it has devised the cheapest tablet device, Aakash.
Aakash, touted as a Rs 2999 (60$) device in Indian market, is the combined effort of  the of Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) and DataWind, a British firm in alliance with IIT.

Aakash started its project as Sakshat with a $35 subsidized price tag for students.India’s super-cheap tablet was received with open arms by …

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[17 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
A Wonder Called Steve: Innovations that Made the Man a Legend

We know the technology world is still mourning in the demise of mastermind in Personal computing Steve Jobs. Here is retrospection of his technological journey we would like to walk through, shortly explaining how and why Steve Job has changed the world we see and how we see the world.
1. Apple I (1976)

One of the first merchandises from Apple was an entry level computer, made for computer freaks and engineers. However, they where only made in small numbers. Another of the Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak designed this novel device. Steve …