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Articles Archive for Author Nadine Loreto

MeeGo Is Back To Life!

Jolla is a Finnish company smartphone product company that consists majorly of former Nokia employees. They have announced to take over the Nokia’s left-for-dead brand operating system that’s known as MeeGo operating system. The operating system basically was developed by Nokia for N9 smartphone but then decided to drop the plan and rather go for Windows OS.

S-Beam, A Waste On Jelly Bean?

A latest comedown for Galaxy S III, S III no wonder is geared up with superlative hardware and software innovations. Among them, the highlight was S-Beam. S-Beam is used for swift multimedia sharing between two Galaxy S III phones through NFC over Wi-Fi direct…

Apple to Introduce iPad Mini in Brazil

There are rumors that Apple is introducing the iPad Mini in Brazil sometime in September. Of course, its not official, its a rumor but more and more reports indicate its already in existence. However, we have yet to know the real details of its specs.
Apple has a factory in Brazil and, according to the latest reports, anonymous sources seem to have it on good authority that the Nexus 7 competitor, the iPad Mini, will be manufactured there, although some production tests are already being conducted in China. …

Microsoft Word 2013 to Support built-in PDF Editing

You probably have not even seen the new beta version of Word 2013, but you will happy to learn that now you be able to directly open and edit PDF content in Microsoft Word 2013.

See more screen shots – read the full article.

Facebook’s Unique Visitors Fall in May

Facebook’s U.S. user numbers fell in May from April and March, according to data compiled by research firm comScore, in the latest sign that the No.1 social network’s growth may be leveling off.

Last month, Facebook attracted 158.01 million unique visitors in the United States, slipping from 158.69 million in April and 158.93 million in March, comScore said.

Is the site causing user fatigue??

Linus Torvald Disses NVidia For Not Supporting Linux

Linus Torvald, the man behind the Linux Kernel, expressed his frustration and anger with NVIDIA at an interview in Finland. Watch the video in which he says is “the worst trouble spot” that he ever had to work with, before giving the finger to the camera. [00:49 video in the full post]

Essentially, Linus Torvald is unhappy about the fact that NVIDIA does not support or does not provide drivers for Linux.

LinkedIn Confirms Intrusion, Password Database Leaked

LinkedIn suffered a serious blow in terms of security. Hackers claim to have leaked over 6.5 million passwords from the networking site. LinkedIn protected user passwords with SHA-1 encryption but did not salt user passwords.The company informed users that an investigation is underway; however, some users on Twitter are claiming they found their password’s hash in the text file (236578.txt).

Texas Instruments Will Deliver All-Day Battery In 2013

Texas Instruments has just made a very bold statement. The company claims that by the year 2013, we will have batteries that will last an entire day with regular use. Of course, what you do on your phone or tablet will make a difference.

Playing a mobile game for 12 hours will be quite different than watching HD video for that same time frame. But either way, it will be extremely useful to those who tend to forget their chargers at home, or at work.

Hulu Without Ads, But At What Cost?

Hulu has recently dropped a few clues to consumers that it is considering an ad-free version of its video streaming service. The company is specifically looking for a more expensive tier without dealing with the ads from either the free version, nor the $8 mobile plan.

While I am certainly intrigued, I think it’s safe to assume that the company would tack on an extra percentage (to increase, revenue of course)- rather than covering the price of the ads themselves. I mean, they are a business at the end of the day.

Meet The World’s Thinnest Tablet: EKing T9

Computer firm, Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology has just announced a new tablet, dubbed the EKing T9 and the company claims that the device is the world’s thinnest tablet PC.

The EKing T9 features a gorgeous 9.7″ IPS capacitive touchscreen display, an Intel Z670 processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 2GB of memory, and has both rear and front facing cameras.