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Good news! The innovative device from Google named Google Glass, which is expecting to be released during this year.
What is this and what is finally does? As I see the device is launched with microphone, camera, voice recognition. So you can manage with the Goggle glass by your voice command, such as:
To take a picture or video then the gadget records what you see. You can even share with it with
Speak to send a message
You can get answer if ask Goggle glass whatever’s on your mind
To get your voice translation
Even you have answers without having to ask for instance flights options or something elese you need
And more we’ll learn when the device will be on.
The new smartphone has been announced, remarkable by its dual screen. This is Japan NEC’s latest Android smartphone which comes packed with twin 4.3-inch qHD fully colored displays with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, and rocks 1GB of RAM. Each of screens have 6mm thickness and folded overall device is about 12.2 mm.
Also, it was reported that this device will be available in April of this year, the cost is unknown yet. But they say that the company is planning to sell it outside of the country. Then we may be have a chance to become happy owners of this NEC’s winder, latest Android smartphone.
The anual International CES is Largest App Event in the World. This show is the largest gathering and best opportunity to discover the broadest range of newest apps from manufacturers, software providers and other developers. “Apps are everywhere; on our phones, computers and tablets. Apps are making their way into our everyday lives and, as a result, benefit our lifestyle,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association.
Also CES is offering competitions, educational sessions and events that showcase the best of the app world, including CEA MoDev Hackathon, CES Developer University, Appy Hour, Wall of Apps and a Mobile Apps Showdown.
The next, 2013 International CES will be held in January 8-11, 2013
Network management tends to have different meanings. To those outside of the world of technology, the term tends to be defined as the totality of the software and procedures used to keep a network up and running. Within the world of IT, though, the phrase might mean the processes by which a manager is able to manage the network. No matter the definition, though, the process has become increasingly important across all levels of business.
Most network management processes do tend to follow relatively similar patterns. The bulk of the work tends to concentrate around discrete units, generally the desktops and laptops used by employees within the company. Each of these units tends to run software that is in constant communication with the network manager, allowing him or her to keep track of issues and errors in something close to real-time. Those that work in the information technology department can then use this data to make changes both subtle and major to the working of the network, possibly eliminating small problems before they become major issues. Some of the steps taken in the maintenance of the network are completely automated, while others require the intervention of staff. Regardless of the initiation, though, these steps help to increase productivity and reduce downtime.
Once your business grows to encompass multiple work stations, it is likely necessary that you consider your network management options. Dedicated personnel that understand the working of the network are often necessary to maximize the effectiveness of any option, and an investment in the right tools is also a necessity. If you take the management of your network seriously, you should be able to minimize the disruptions caused to your company through network error. As time and money are often closely related, this expenditure is a true business necessity.
Today our modern, everyday lives are inseparably linked to technology. Technology innovations have changed every step we do: from a school, job, housing and health care to entertainment and recreation. The fact is throughout the human’s history people have made inventions but especially during the past 30 years it gets really unprecedented acceleration and rapid product introduction.
The impact of technology on the music industry is absolutely overwhelming, it’s like a revolution that has changed the way we make, market and listen to music. New technologically advanced devices allow people to download any music they want, to listen it to anywhere they wish and even create an own music using newest mixing DJ Software to rock out a party with such proper DJ Equipment as Rane Serato Scratch Live SL2 Digital Vinyl System which provides a range such perfect features as
1/SL 1 interface connects one or two standard vinyl or CD turntables to your computer
2/Rugged, portable, high quality, bus-powered USB interface
3/Two switchable phono or line inputs, a microphone input, two line outputs, and pass through outputs for the phono/line and mic
4/USB 1.1 full speed audio interface. 94 dB dynamic range on line out. Maximum audio output: 2 Vrms. 16-bit 44.1 kHz converters
5/94 dB dynamic range on line out
6/Mic input for recording or LiveFeed
7/Select CD or Vinyl Control
8/Independent thru connection
So, all those who are interested in DJing have all chances to hear great mixes finally with this one or other live mixing software and hardware interface for PC and Mac.
Facebook HTML5 iPad app and the revamped mobile version based on HTML5 have been launched in the market shortly. Facebook iPad app was done as a feature complete for few months, but it stressed in holding off of the world’s largest social network for some reason. It has also been heard that this app is supported by the ‘Project Spartan’ as well that is also based on HTML5 that has enabled the Facebook apps towards running directly through the browser.
However, the inception of the Facebook HTML5 iPad app took place quite delayed, but finally a native iPad app has been rolled out by Facebook. No doubt, it has surely pleased the users that were relied on the third party applications as well as the regular facebook website to get connected.
After the end of all the rumors and giving end to just the fascinations and anticipations about the release of the iPad app, there also found another exciting piece of new in this industry. The creation and implementation of a new mobile website by Facebook is the fascinating news for the Facebook users. This new mobile website is designed for phones that serve the users with an easy to navigate and attractive HTML5 interface.
Apart from the launch of the Facebook HTML5 iPad app, Zynga, the social gaming giant has also brought about three new game titles that can be embedded in the new app of Facebook and will run across its platforms. Zynga 3 new HTML5 games use the format of the HTML5 web platform and thus, they are compatible for the web through all the browsers and in all mobile devices. Point to note, Zynga is the leading provider of gaming services including FishVille, FarmVille and other delights.
Accompanying the above stated launches, Pandora version of their music player in HTML5 has also been launched with adding certain new features to their platform. Pandora has launched a new site to its listeners and the elimination of the 40 hours listening cap is the primary advantage it is passing to them. Now, the listeners have become more able to enhance their profiles with like, comment, share and many more options. The new feature of providing the URLs to all particular stations is also facilitated to the listeners to share via Facebook, Twitter or e-mail.
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Electric cars have a reputation for being little urban runarounds, that don’t manage great speeds and have a limited range before they need recharging. However, some can reach incredible speeds. Shelby Supercars have produced the world’s fastest electric car, the Ultimate Aero EV, which has topped speeds of 208 miles per hour. Unfortunately, you wouldn’t be able to keep up the top speeds for long – given the fact that the Ultimate Aero EV has a range of 150-200 miles! It’s never going to be a common sight on the road; production is extremely limited and the price tag means that it will never be anything than a specialist car.
However, the company hopes to adapt the same technology for more everyday vehicles like family cars, trucks and buses in the future. While supercars are all well and good, the majority of drivers are more interested in finding the best family car in terms of fuel consumption, affordability and practicality. The eco-friendly credentials of a car are becoming equally relevant when people make their choice of car. Apart from electric cars, there are other options which do less damage to the environment – such as the range of hybrid cars that are being manufactured. Standard petrol and diesel engines are extremely inefficient, with only 20% of the energy from burning fuel being used in forward propulsion.
On the other hand, electric motors are almost 90% efficient, and provide maximum power straightaway, without the need to ‘warm up’. So, engines in hybrids can be much smaller than in a conventional car, as they are work in combination with an electric motor providing the help with acceleration when necessary. Once the vehicle is travelling at speed, the engine recharges the electric motor’s batteries for later use. If you’re looking for fuel economy, lower emissions and the ability to travel more than 60 miles from home, then a hybrid might be the car for you.
Not so long ago, taking your own laptop into work would have been frowned upon by suspicious managers more trusting of the decrepit 20-year-old PCs than of your shiny new gadget, but these days, times have changed, and one piece of research has actually revealed that taking your own gadgets into the workplace can directly lead to a massive increase in productivity.
A YouGov survey found that businesses which allowed, and even encouraged, employees to bring in their own technology benefited from productivity increases of up to 30%. The research also found that more and more firms are starting to hand their staff members technology budgets, designed to fund the purchasing of new computer equipment that employees can use both at home and at work.
However, even though these figures are difficult to argue with, while the increase in the use of “the cloud” in businesses up and down the country means that it isn’t really an issue using a non-work owned computer to carry out daily functions, some managers clearly remain suspicious about the practice.
The survey found that a number of businesses are anxious about allowing external devices that are difficult to identify and track to access their internal networks, while businesses that try not to encourage home working (perhaps due to the potential distractions away from the office of online videos featuring comedians like Reeves and Mortimer), despite that being an increasing trend, clearly don’t want to reduce reliance upon work computers.
The fact remains, though, that as technological improvements come into our lives faster than ever before, even the most established and old-fashioned of businesses will need to adapt to the modern ways of making the most of technology, or else risk being left behind for good in a competitive and fast-moving world.