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Monday, October 31, 2011

GPS shoes and sandals to Alzheimer patients and Prostitutes

The GTX Corp company's first shoes -- dreamed up back in 2002 following the Elizabeth Smart case -- were intended to locate missing children. And safety is the driving force today behind the company's newest GPS-enabled shoe. 


Samsung Electronics will launch flexible OLED based products in 2012

Samsung Electronics says that it plans to launch products with flexible OLED panels next year, probably starting with mobile phones, then followed by tablets and other portable devices. The company is actually hoping to introduce the products in the "earlier part of 2012".

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Nokia Lumia 800 announced

"The first REAL Windows Phone"


Nokia Lumia 800, , has been officially announced by Stephen Elop at Nokia World 2011.

He died the inventor of Artificial Intelligence.

In a message posted on Twitter, Stanford University confirmed the death 
of pioneering technologies have booked a place in history by creating the second-oldest programming languageHigh-level, which was named after Lisp, by derivation of the terms of LISTProcessing.


Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Grand Theft Auto V gets official

As if it was in any doubt, the existence of Grand Theft Auto V has been confirmed by Rockstar Games, with the promise of a trailer to follow on 2 November.

Although way back in 2009 one optimistic analyst reckoned that GTAV's release date would fall in 2011, the latest rumours have been rather more conservative.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Friday, October 21, 2011

TapSense: Touchscreen Technology distinguishes the fingers

Smartphone and tablet computer owners have become adept at using finger taps, flicks and drags to control their touchscreens.

But Carnegie Mellon University researchers have found that this interaction can be enhanced by taking greater advantage of the finger's anatomy and dexterity.


With Video.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Smartphones can know what you type on your PC

A Georgia Tech research team says it's possible to use a phone to track what a person's typing on their keyboard nearby.

They say hackers could use a smartphone accelerometer to sense keyboard vibrations and decipher complete sentences with up to 80 percent accuracy.´


Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Cheaper smartphones with ARM chip

     An ARM chip developer from UK a new processor, which should allow manufacturers to make cheaper smartphones. ARM introduced this processor this morning in San Francisco, California.

The Cortex-A7 processor effectively builds on the low-power leadership established by the Cortex-A8 chip found in many of today’s most popular smartphones. 





Sony PlayStation Vita arrives in February

Sony plans to release the PlayStation Vita on February 22, 2012, in the United States, Canada and Europe, the company announced at a technology conference on Tuesday.

Monday, October 17, 2011

iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II: What is the toughest?

What is the phone that is more resistant to a fall on the ground: the iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S II?

After a great duel in the stores, iPhone 4S and Galaxy SII are part of a comparative spectacular free fall ... on cement.



iPhone 4S sells 4 million in first weekend

Aplle sold more than 4 million iPhone 4S smartphones since its launch three days ago, making a sales record for the device.

Over the weekend, the company sold more than twice the 1.7 million iPhone 4s that it sold during last year's opening weekend, though the numbers are a bit skewed: This year's iPhone was simultaneously launched in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom, while last year's launch did not include Australia and Canada.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

AMD progresses with FX Bulldozer Processors

     AMD is calling two of its latest FX Bulldozer chips the first desktop CPUs to feature eight cores.
Its new FX line includes four new chips in all, ranging in price from $ 115 to $ 245.
Since 2003, technology Bulldozer is the first major redesign of the architecture of the AMD, when the company launched its Athlon K8 64/Opteron.


Friday, October 14, 2011

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: everything you need to know

     Google dropped some interesting information about Ice Cream Sandwich, the next version of Android - Android 4.0 at its Google I/O conference back n May. We now know that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be announced at a Google event on 19 October. A video of an Ice Cream Sandwich sculpture at Google's HQ confirms the 19 October launch for the new OS.

The Android 4.0 launch takes place at 10AM Hong Kong time (3AM UK time), and was posted on Google's brand new @Android Twitter account. The Samsung-built 4.7-inch, 1.5GHz dual-core

Galaxy Nexus: The First Ice Cream Sandwich Android Phone with a 720p Screen

     Well, now that Apple has announced the iPhone 4S, there’s only one other flagship on the horizon that people are eagerly anticipating and that’s the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.The thing we're most excited about?

The 720p curved screen. But it sounds amazing, all in all.
Starting with the most recent, and best-sounding stuff first. GSM Arena says they have a reliable source inside Google who contacted them and gave them the real specs.


Thursday, October 13, 2011

Dennis Ritchie - Unix and C Programming Language Creator

     Computer scientist Dennis Ritchie is reported to have died at his home this past weekend, after a long battle against an unspecified illness.

He was the designer and original developer of the C Programming Language, and a central figure in the development of Unix.

He spent much of his career at Bell Labs. He was awarded the Turing Award in 1983, and the National Medal of Technology in 1999.


"Ritchie's influence rivals Jobs's; it's just less visible," James Grimmelman observed on Twitter. "His pointer has been cast to void *; his process has terminated with exit code 0."


Biography of Dennis Ritchie