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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Windows 8 final has already been leaked on the Internet ...

The final version of Windows 8 has already been leaked on the Internet, one day after Microsoft announced the end of the development cycle of the new operating system. Although it is expected that customers who are part of the TechNet and MSDN (Microsoft's official channels) will receive the final version of Windows 8 before August 15, the truth is that an Enterprise version of Windows 8 is already available for download in various file sharing sites.


Monday, May 14, 2012

Windows 8: Intel tablets in November

CNET's sources indicate that the first wave of Windows 8 tablets will hit stores in November 2012.
The source adds more than 50 percent more than the expected 12 designs are hybrids, ie, computers convertible. These designs combine aspects of a regular notebook and a tablet.

According to CNet, all tablets will be based on Intel inside future Atom chips "Clover Trail", the first dual core Atom set up a manufacturing process of 32 nanometers. The source of CNet did not know when can we expect tablets of higher performance processors based on the Ivy Bridge.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Netherlands approves neutrality on the Internet

Under the new law, ISPs are required to treat any kind of traffic equally, avoiding thus negative discrimination.



According to The Verge, the Netherlands is one of the first countries in the world, then to Chile, to pass a law of neutrality on the Internet. Under this Act, ISPs can not slow down or block access to certain sites or services, and are forbidden to charge more for access to certain sites, apps and services.

The goal is clear: to prevent an access provider boycott a site, service or app that considers competing.

There are several examples of the lack of neutrality on the Internet. For example, an ISP can allow a client of his who also subscribe to a service for TV, watch TV streaming without limits, since those megabytes do not count toward the monthly limit on your plan. However, watching a TV service already has competition for megabytes per month we are entitled.

Another example is telecommunications companies, which tend not to look favorably applications for voice over IP (VoIP), data that allow us to communicate for free or at very low costs. There are even companies that do not allow the use of these applications.

A concrete example: Comcast allows its customers to make unlimited streaming their own video service Xfinity on consoles Xbox 360, but other data have monthly limit.