[26 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]
The presence of Nokia’s at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona could almost go unnoticed. The company has introduced two smartphones entry and mid-range (Lumia 520 and 720), and two new Asha for emerging markets. Although both Windows Phone 8 features are not that fascinating, it have a 1 GHz dual-heart processor, 512 MB RAM and a 800 x 480 resolution. However one of the interesting points is the price ranging from 199 to 349 euros.
But what about tablets? On several occasions we seen leaks from Nokia that work was underway. …
[13 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]
Wonder what new technology trends are coming in 2013. Here is our lost:
The arrival of Haswell
In 2013 we should see the rise of the Haswell micro-processor architecture. Designed by Intel, it will remain based on a fine engraving 22 nm but offer a significant performance gain both on processor and graphics. The interesting thing about Haswell will be found on the side of the power consumption that is expected to make significant progress. Intel suggests a reduction of around 20X standby power via various improvements, including through the introduction Connected …
[17 Oct 2012 | 3 Comments | ]
Microsoft has finally announced the opening of the booking period in the U.S. and prices for Windows 8, confirming that we are faced with the cheapest operating system in the history of Microsoft.
With availability on October 26, versions that can be booked and prices are:
Windows 8 (full version) – $99.99
Windows 8 Professional (full version) – $139.99
Windows 8 Pro Pack (Product Key only) – $69.99
Windows 8 Professional (Upgrade) – $69.99
The first two commercial editions are complete although Windows 8 will not exist as such a retail version but will be provided …
[6 Jul 2012 | One Comment | ]
There are many gadgets to make life easier and more fun. Our world is full of innovations, and there are new high tech gadgets designed every day to make different aspects of life better. If you are technology savvy, you know that 2012 is no exception to this. The following are just 20 of the top gadgets, in no particular order, that those in-the-know may just need to have.
1. The Sumsang Ultrabook 9
Ultrabooks are a big deal, and they are popping up everywhere. Many are making them, but Samsung seems …
[20 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Intel and HP announced the first Atom Centreton servers will be marketed in Gemini in Palo Alto to be delivered at the end of the year. These are the first fruits of the project Moonshot from HP which have the goal to provide servers which are simpler, more efficient and with better performance. They are primarily for the web or cloud, and they use “cartridges”, a rack that is inserted into the server to easily increase performance.
Centerton is an Atom intended to compete with ARM processors which are beginning to …
[12 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Microsoft has recently ventured in to yet another diversified field called the social networking or social media. Wide speculation started off after it accidentally launched a site called the socl.com; following which a new social networking site was launched called the ‘So.cl’ pronounced as ‘Social’. This site combines social media with Search functionality to improve learning experience among students. Users can sign-up with the service using the account credentials of either Facebook or Windows Live ID. As soon as they login to their account they are presented with a list …
[19 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
The extensibility of Windows comes with the fact that we can install an unlimited number of software and applications in Windows. There is a huge (almost uncountable) list of software apps that have been designed to run on Windows. You can find almost any kind of utility which will make your work easier. The question is that is it fine to only install the software? The answer is an absolute NO! This is because of several reasons. The installed software will keep accumulating the space in the hard drive and …
[31 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]
Microsoft products are the most used software in the entire world. This applies to most of the enterprise level software from Microsoft which include the Operating System (Windows) and the Office suite (Microsoft Office). Microsoft even gives good security solutions like Microsoft Security Essentials which can be helpful in keeping the computer safe and secure. Some people think that Microsoft only releases paid software. They don’t know that Microsoft has a very large list of free software which is equally useful and can serve as alternatives to popular third party …
[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” …