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Articles tagged with: workplace

Is Samsung Planning A 3D Phone?

3D technology offers you an ultimate experience of reality and is widely adopted by the entertainment industry because everyone wants to feel realness in virtual.

Following the footsteps of 3D LED TV vendors, many smartphone companies like HTC and LG are also developing handsets with 3D screens. Now, Samsung has also jumped into the pool.

Airplay For Windows Media Center Is Now Available

Air Media player is a remarkable tool that lets you wirelessly download video content from apples gadgets like the iPhone, iPad or even iTouch to a Windows PC. It is basicly the same as AirPlay media player that emulates and acts as Airplay receiver to accept videos from iOs gadgets.

Once after downloading and launching the media player on Windows PC you will see AirPlay enabled on iOS apps that supports it.

New / Updated iPhone and iPad Apps

Every day iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch gets updates and new apps. Some that came out today are the Soonr-Workplace, Delivery.com, iBaby Feed Timer, IntelliVocab for SAT, and Yahoo! Messenger.

Soonr Workplace is an app that you can securely store, share, access, search, edit and sync files from any device when you are either online or offline. If you have the iPad you can edit all of them at the same time with the first new intergraded editor…

Acer Launches Business Computers @ Great Prices

Acer is rolling out some slim desktop computers to capture business-end users. The two new models are called the Veriton L4610G and X2110 desktop computers. The key feature lies in its back-up and IT software, that comes standard on the computer. The Veriton L4610G starts at a base price of $599 and offers a 3.1GHz dual-core Intel i3 processors with 2GB of RAM. The device stores up to 320GB of data at a drive speed of 7200 rotations per minute. Acer will also have a quad-core 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 model with 4GB of RAM.

Official Android LinkedIn App Has Launched!

If you’ve used the LinkedIn beta app for Android prior to today you’ll remember having to enable “Unknown Services” in the user interface as well as joining the group on LinkedIn for Android Users and awaiting special instructions to install the beta application on your phone. Finally, the official LinkedIn Android application can be downloaded in the Market for all Android phones running OS 2.1 Eclair or later. The new version is basically the same the beta application that was released in December. Members can browse for LinkedIn updates of their contacts and comment, reply, or “like” an update. They can also browse their connections, respond to LinkedIn invites, and search through contacts to find a specific individual.