Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Oh, and it offers a more spacious keyboard and a proper touchpad, too. Is Sony's second try a success, especially considering the $200 premium? Skip past the break to find out.
|Women Be Shoppin' in the New Chevrolet Spark Commercial|
As the spot opens, five women leave their color-coordinated homes and get into their color-coordinated Sparks. As their colorful cars "dance" through "Paris," the backseats fill up with packages. Women be shoppin'! Then they go for macarons. And guess what? The macarons match their cars and outfits! Plus, there's a dog! And kids. Everything girls like. So many stereotypes, so little time. As Steve Hall writes for Ad Rants:
|Intel scores major win in Samsung group's new Galaxy tablet|
Samsung has chosen Intel's Clover Trail+ mobile chip for at least one version of its Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, which competes with Apple Inc's iPad, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity because the specifications have not been announced.
Samsung has previously used chips designed with energy-efficient technology from the UK's ARM Holdings for its best-selling mobile devices. It employs Intel processors for its line of Microsoft Windows "ATIV" tablets -- a much smaller market compared with devices based on Google Inc's Android.
Monday, June 3, 2013
|Microsoft's Windows 8.1: What's new for business users|
But that's not all the company is doing to try to win more business customers over to Windows Blue. On June 3, the opening day of its TechEd North America conference, Microsoft officials also showed off other management, networking and security features that will be part of the Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 releases.
Microsoft introduced a handful of business-focused features when it rolled out Windows 8 in October 2012. Among those were things like Windows To Go, BitLocker drive encryption, and DirectAccess networking support. But those weren't enough to sway many business users who were either still clinging to (or stuck with) Windows XP or already in the midst of Windows 7 deployments.
Saturday, June 1, 2013
|All about Google Glass news and review with you if use please readme|
Are you part of the lucky bunch that got offered a pair of Google Glass and had $1,500 bucks to kick down? Good news! The camera on your set just got a whole lot better.
Following up on their promise to update Google Glass every month, Google has just released a patch that brings two important photo-centric features to their robo-eyewear: HDR photography and on-the-fly photo captions.