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Articles Archive for Author Mike Bremin

Windows 8 Will Hit The Market In October

Windows 8, Microsoft’s next major operating system for PCs, tablets and laptops will be released next month to the manufacturers. The Operating System’s key features were developed keeping touch screen devices in mind. It’s more tablet-friendly than any other OS available up to date…

Sony Xperia Tipo Will Soon Make It To The UK

Sony took everyone up surprise by rolling out the Xperia Miro and it seems like there is no stopping to the surprises. Last month they came up with Sony Xperia Tipo and Tipo Dual, the company’s first ever dual-Sim smartphone. The UK markets are soon going to get their hands on the Tipo next month…

Dropbox Got A Direct Competitor!

Dropbox no wonder has been a hit sync and storage solution, however it is now going to face a tough and direct competitor called RapidDrive. It integrates directly with the computer’s file system and provides local storage that later on syncs automatically with the remote servers.

Lantronix xPrintServer – Printing From Your iOS Devices

Lantronix recently released a new version of its xPrintServer which turns any printer into a wireless printer for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. The company released its first xPrintServer late last year, allowing you to turn any network-connected printer into an iOS printer by simply plugging an Ethernet cable into the little box. Now the company added the xPrintServer Home Edition to its lineup, adding a USB port for the types of printers you’re more like to find at home.

Microsoft Releases Its Own Tablet – Calls It Surface

After much speculation, Microsoft’s unveiled a Surface tablet today at a press event. There will be two options for Microsoft’s Surface PC, one powered by Intel’s 22nm Ivy Bridge chips running Windows 8, and another Surface powered by an ARM chipset and Windows RT.

SiriusXM Revamps Entire System To Stay Competitive

SiriusXM satellite radio will soon offer personal radio channels, kinda like what Pandora has got going on for them. I guess SiriusXM thought it was time to change the way they operate if they plan on remaining a player in the audio space.

SiriusXM’s new radio channels will be able to replay, skip, and ban songs, as well as some on-demand features. You’ll also be able to use it on your TiVo which might make the hefty monthly packages a bit more reasonable.

New G+ Invite Sharing System: 150 Invites Per Person

Google+ invites used to be extremely rare, and even Google themselves pulled the plug on the invite system a couple times, claiming that they were overwhelmed with people wanting to join the new social network.

I remember anxiously awaiting myself, and quickly joining to see what it was all about once my boss sent me an invite. Fortunately, any Google+ user can invite some of their friends, but it’s about to get even easier.

Microsoft Offers $250K Prize In Hacking Competition

Management at Microsoft are hoping to turn hackers into cyber security for the Digital Media giant. The company is offering hackers $250K to develop new security defenses for the organization.

It’s called the BlueHat Prize and is open to programmers all around the world. First prize is valued at $200,000 and goes to whoever develops the ‘best’ way to prevent cyber attacks. The second and third best strategists will share a $50K prize, and will each be able to develop their own subscription of their software for development.

Gmail Finally Introduces Preview Pane For Desktop Computers

With the launch of new applications and services by Google, people have started to switch to GMail massively. But not many people would find GMail the way they hoped it to be.

When i switched to GMail, i didnt find it much impressive and to me, it seemed like old-fashioned inbox. I was pretty much used to the Preview Pane which Yahoo, Hotmail and almost every other e-mail websites provided.

Chrome OS Has Been Hacked, What Now?

After Google has stated time and time again how secure its Chrome operating system was, we’ve just got wind that the operating system has been hacked. Now, before you start freakin’ out, don’t worry, it wasn’t some 14 year old.

The hackers were actually two researchers from the Black Hat security conference with White Hat security and they got through the ScratchPad- a Chrome application that lets you compose text files and save them to Google Docs.