Technological increase and advancement cannot be argued any longer. It is made apparent by smartphones which are used by many people in the world today. Technology has aided work and made activities easy. Numerous apps that are available on smartphone devices bring ease to life.Read More
There have been a number of tablet-laptop hybrids which have entered the market recently. The transition from a laptop to a tablet is not really easy, which is why Asus Taichi decided to go ahead with two different screens. Lenovo and Dell tried their hand at hinges and pivots while the Sony Vaio Duo 11 came up with a rather brilliant idea of the screen folding back and then sliding on top of the keyboard. However, the screen did not go all the way back which caused problems once again. The Toshiba Satellite U920t-108 is a perfect example of a really intelligent engineering, here the screen tilts all the way back to become absolutely flat and then slides over the keyboard to transform into a tablet. A highly elegant and comfortable transition indeed.Read More
There have been a number of hybrid devices floating around since Microsoft came up with its new graphical Windows 8. Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 13 joins in the fray with a conventional laptop type design that becomes unique thanks to the fact that the screen can be turned 360 degrees to rest over itself converting the device into a tablet. The 13 .3 inch screen model is definitely a big improvement over its 11.6-inch screen brother as you have the complete Windows 8 operating system at your disposal while the 11.6 inch screen model provides the much pared down Windows RT version.Read More
Although the Soundfreaq Sound Platform 2 boasts the same full-throated sound as its predecessor, the 2.0 version brings a new feature: the ability to unite two speakers from a single source by using a new dual-system streaming capability. It works with any Bluetooth device. Besides, now you can charge the device while it is playing music as the speakers have a pair of USB ports in the back. The port sends enough power to charge the iPhone. The iPad can be charged as well, but it will not be charging at full speed while tablets require 2.1 Amps of current, and Sound Platform 2 offers 5 Volts at 1 Amp.Read More
There are quite a few people out there who would be mighty annoyed with Apple for its recent iPad 4 release. While a new iPad mini was expected, another iPad, so soon after the release of iPad
LED desk lamp is quite a new product, and the majority of them are still in the prototype stage. The lamp made by Satechi company is a high tech and very reliable device with plenty of innovative functions which you can buy for just $100.Read More
February 6 was a red-letter day for Google as it received the decision of the High Court of Australia, absolving it from an alleged breach of trading laws.
It can be recalled that Google found itself involved in an advertising suit for allegedly running misleading advertisements on its site. This pertains to four advertisements bought on the site in the period of March 2006 to July 2007. More specifically, it was contended that in permitting companies to buy AdWords related to competitors’ names, Google violated Australia’s Trade Practices Act 1974.Read More
It’s been three year now that Google is involved in a European antitrust case concerning its search service. On February 1, the search giant submitted proposals to end the long-lasting case which, nonetheless, does not keep rivals away from prolonging the legal charge. Google was expected to implement changes to the way it conducts its search business to drop the suspicions of being unfair towards its competitors and Web publishers. European Union has been formally investigating Google since 2010.Read More
Last year was spent by the Nikon team on getting the DSLR range up to speed. We saw triple DSLR releases including D4, D800 and D 600. The company seems to be coming back to its other models now as it releases the latest in its APS-C DSLR range the D5200.Read More
Being careful not to fall into the same issues being experienced on rival Boeing Co’s 787 Dreamliner airplanes, the top executive of Airbus said that the company has taken time to examine alternatives to lithium-ion batteries to be used on its forthcoming jet, the A350, according to a report by Reuters.
Airbus is also planning to make use of the same lithium-ion batteries on its A350. The European plane maker has already expressed its readiness to proceed as planned.Read More