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Archive for May, 2012
Using some early numbers from both StatCounter and Net Applications, Mozilla’s noisiest hominid, Asa Dotzler, has illustrated Firefox 4′s meteoric rise to around 5% of Web browser global usage share. Internet Explorer 9, which launched two weeks ago, seems to be enjoying a much more casual stroll in the park with just 1.5% of the [...]
All people using iPhone will most likely be really happy about hearing about an fantastic software that’s handy particularly for the iPhone. This specifically amazing mobile phone locator program is labelled Find My iPhone. It’s free of charge to download and install as well as build and apply however you have to register for something named MobileMe. In case you prefer to try out it, you are able to try MobileMe for sixty days cost-free but as you prefer to keep applying the app, you will have to pay $ 99.00 for a one year solution.
We’re reaching a point at which the Kinect might be more impressive for everything it does except gaming—and projects like this one might seal the deal. DSLR footage spread over a 3D mapped body? Here’s the future. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/3W4iDJv3OPA/crazy-kinect-magic-makes-sci+fi-holograms-real BT GROUP CANON MEMC ELECTRONIC MATERIALS MICROSOFT
If you’re lucky enough to own an Xperia Play — Sony Ericsson’s new Gingerbread-powered smartphone-cum-gamepad — you can now buy PlayStation (PSX) titles from the Android Market. There are five titles currently available, all priced at £3.99: Syphon Filter, MediEvil, Cool Boarders 2, Destruction Derby, and Jumping Flash. They don’t have an American price yet, [...]
After many delays Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors were finally unleashed on the world last month. Now here comes the notebook version. Next week we’ll get a look at the first wave of Ivy Bridge ultrabooks, courtesy of Intel. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/66YJF0UC6-4/here-come-a-crap-ton-of-ivy-bridge-ultrabooks QUEST SOFTWARE QUANTUM QLOGIC PROGRESS SOFTWARE
Till lately, restaurant and hospitality owners had been wary of adopting wireless POS systems for their establishments. Problems such a price, ease of use along with a general uncertainty about new technology caused them to take pause. These days, however, with the popularity of PDA’s, Blackberries, cell phones and the like, mobile technologies and wireless mobile computing has turn out to be primary stream, and hospitality providers are taking a second look.
Winning a Best of CES award is all well and good, sure, but it’s not enough to bring your device to market. That, friends, is what Kickstarter is for. Simple.TV is ready to bring its mobile TV / DVR device to market, but it needs the help of some enthusiastic supporters with a little pocket [...]
We’ve just gotten a thorough look at the Windows 8 Release Preview, and Microsoft has now also finally confirmed what the upgrade path will look like for those buying PCs before the OS is officially released later this year. The company will be rolling out a Windows Upgrade Offer in no less than 131 markets [...]
Google’s online storefront, Google Play, now sells accessories alongside the Galaxy Nexus smartphone. Source: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/05/google-play-now-selling-galaxy-nexus-accessories/ METHODE ELECTRONICS MENTOR GRAPHICS IMS HEALTH IMATION