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Articles tagged with: technologie

Next MacBook Air, Best Student-Friendly Netbook Ever?

Speculations are that the next MacBook is going be ‘just the thing’ for students! This multiplatform gadget, because of its specification will be the most student-friendly MacBook ever, given the following specifications:

-> High-speed Thunderbolt ports
-> Mac OS X Lion pre-installed
-> Ultra-low voltage Intel Sandy Bridge Processor
-> Backlit keyboard

Facebook Editions: Porting News From Major Media

With the ever mounting antagonism, Facebook is seeking for new ways to maintain its supremacy to its 750 million users around and becoming the next social networking monster.

Facebook is taking into account to port news over from selected channels to app versions that can be read on Facebook.

Step Aside Tablets, Amazon’s New Kindle Is On Its Way

There is a general impression that no one but Apple can make a decent 500 dollar tablet, however Amazon is about to prove that wrong, they assumes that they can destabilize in iPad in price not with just a single tablet but two at a time!

Last week there were rumors that Amazon would uncover their two Android-based Kindle tablets later this year, the latest leaks claim that 7-inch “Coyote” tablet will cost $349 and the 10-inch “Hollywood” tablet will cost $449

Hewlett Packard Provides Robust Network For BMW

The world’s largest computer maker, HP, had announced yesterday that it will be partnering up with German car manufacturer BMW. The partnership will mean that BMW will benefit from HP’s networking architecture.

We’re not sure what the partnership will have on HP sales, but one can assume that sales would rise given the prestige BMW currently holds as being one of the top luxury car makers.

100 Billion Tons Of Rare Mineral Found, Can Be Used For Tech

Japan’s Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology has recently made a discovery that may reduce technology dependency from China. The discovery was made when 78 ‘very large’ deposits were found at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, near Hawaii.

The material weighed between 80 billion – 100 billion metric tons of material with similar properties to yttrium. The material is expected to be easy to get out and is low on the dangerous uranium and thorium that affects such deposits.

Toshiba Introduces New L700 And C600 Laptops

Toshiba has just revamped its Satellite L700 and C600 Series laptops, starting at $380, you’ll certainly be interested in these 15.6″ laptops, powered by AMD.

For the low price, the notebooks start out with an AMD single-core E-240 processor with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. To make up for the slow processor, Toshiba is packing 3GB of DDR3 memory clocked in at 1066MHz and 250GB of hard drive space to store your files.

New Starbucks App For Android

Starbucks has just launched the Starbucks for Android app, giving consumers a fast way to pay and manage their Starbucks Card-on-the-go. The new app will soon support Starbucks located inside Safeways and VONS throughout the country.

Users will be able to pay with their phone, reload a Starbucks card balance, check rewards, and find nearby coffee shops for their morning fix. The app requires Android 2.1 (Eclair) or later and is a great way to speed up your morning routine.

Twitter Sues Twiter.com For Deception

It’s not unusual to hear about similar-sounding domain names to exist, but Twiter.com is one that, not only sounds similar to the service but offers a similar service, seeking to trick people into giving personal information about themselves.

The faux site doesn’t download any malicious software to the victim’s computer but instead gathers information after users sign up. Also, once the user has signed up, offers are then made for free “prizes” such as iPads and Macbooks, and continue to spam the heck out of whoever signed up.

IBM Turns 100, Seeks New CEO

IBM (International Business Machines) will replace its current CEO to mark the company’s 100 years of success. Besides the centennial anniversary, the company’s current CEO, Sam Palmisano, will be turning 60 in July, the age when IBM CEO’s retire and name their successors.

The three current names circulating around that would succeed Palmisano are; 53 year old, Virginia Rometty. Rometty currently is head of IBM’s sales division and would be the first female CEO of IBM if elected. Next up we have Mike Daniels, currently head of services for IBM, a division that makes up 60% of IBM’s revenue.

Tegra 2 Processors Handle LTE Just Fine

There have been a lot of rumors going around that Nvidia’s new Tegra 2 chips do not support LTE devices that have been arriving on the market. I suppose Nvidia was tired of all the hear-say and made a statement, specifically on the phone with Droid-Life.

Nvidia stated that Tegra has no compatibility issues with Long Term Evolution, and that the Tegra-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G LTE tablet runes on Verizon’s LTE network, making it a perfect example of the happy compatibility between the two platforms.