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The IPad Mini a fierce rival fot Nexus 7

Posted by admin On July - 26 - 2012ADD COMMENTS

Apple intends to debut a smaller, cheaper iPad by year-end, two people with knowledge of the plans wanted, to help maintain dominance of the tablet market as Google and Microsoft prepare competing handheld devices. The new toy will have a screen that’s 7 inches to 8 inches diagonally, less than the current 9.7-inch version. The product, which Apple may unveil by October, won’t have the high-definition screen featured on the iPad that was released in March, according to speculations. Google, and... (more...)

Want some privacy between your Instagram friends and followers? Well, you can message them using InstaTalks, a free iOS app. It’s not secret that Instagram is a magnificent photo-sharing app. One thing it doesn’t do, nonetheless, is let you chat privately with other Instagram users. If you have friends on Instagram you’d like trade comments with that won’t be seen by the rest of the Instagram community, give iPhone app InstaTalks a try. You will both need InstaTalks, which... (more...)

The Google Nexus 7, Nokia suggested in a statement, violates Nokia patents. While more than 40 companies have licensed patents from the phone maker, neither Google nor Asus are amongst them. Nokia’s dropping sales to Android-running smartphones and the Apple iPhone, has determined it to say it plans to be smarter about taking advantage of its considerable patent portfolio. Recently, it noted that Google and Asus, with Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet, appear to be taking a free ride on its patent... (more...)

And some you have. On the black list: iGoogle, Google Video, Chatback, Google Mini, and the Symbian Search App. Google’s RSS reader and widget page, iGoogle, has less than a year and a half to live. “What the hell is iGoogle?” a question posed over the cubicle wall after Google’s announcement today that it’s continuing to streamline its product set. The company says that this mid-summer 5-product death notice is part of a five-product “spring clean” that... (more...)

If you’re running an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, here’s how to load Google’s Siri competitor onto your smartphone. Google Now is apparent answer to Apple’s Siri — a voice assistant that responds to requests for information and other commands, while also trying to anticipate what bits of data you might want by digging into your search history and other interactions with the Googleverse. It’s a lovable feature available only on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is only on... (more...)

Google’s brand new Nexus 7 represents a real record for Android tablets. It also may be the answer for consumers asking, “Which tablet should I buy now?” — certainly those conscious of cost and not longing for a wider display. Though you’ll find decent tablet computers that use Google’s Android mobile operating system, none has truly sparked itself so far. Android slates, even the best of them, live in the shadow of the Apple iPad. Google’s software isn’t... (more...)

Google to Stop Mini Search Appliance: IGoogle

Posted by admin On July - 26 - 2012ADD COMMENTS

Google’s Mini enterprise search appliance will be interrupted, as part of the latest collection of product closures the giant announced on Tuesday. At the top of these closures is Google Mini, which was released in 2005 as a smaller, less expensive option to the Search Appliance. The Mini, which like its more advanced friend, is a hardware box loaded with Google search software and designed to be installed on customer premises, will be stopped as of July 31. The Mini had “a good run,”... (more...)

Malaria rates dropping worldwide

Posted by admin On February - 14 - 2012ADD COMMENTS

Mortality rates for malaria have decreased since 2000 by approximately 25% worldwide. The rates were published in the World Malaria Report 2011, which was issued by WHO (World Health Organization). The most impressive progess can be seen in Africa were the rates dropped 33% since the beginning of the millenium.WHO explained the prevention and control measures have been further developed in the last ten years thus leading to the dropping of the rates. Still all these gains could be lost seeing as... (more...)