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[Infographic] The Evolution of Windows Users Over The Decades

[Infographic] The Evolution of Windows Users Over The Decades

The emergence of Windows dates back in 1981, though it wasn’t introduced to the public until 1985. From the Windows 1.0 to the latest Windows 8, the operating system has gone under massive changes. The Windows user base has also evolved over this period. An infographic aims to capture how the Windows user experience evolved over time side by side with the evolution in technology space.

By On October 15, 2012 Respond
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Royal Navy Starts Using Photo-Realistic Bridge Simulator

Royal Navy Starts Using Photo-Realistic Bridge Simulator

If you are commandeering a huge frigate worth billions of pounds and want to get on-hands training of steering it well, it makes sense not to let you ‘practice’ your skills by letting you use the frigate in real-time. To avoid precisely this, the Royal Navy has now installed a photo-realistic bridge simulator at Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth.

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Logitech Wireless Keyboard And Laser Mouse Wave Combo Mk550

Logitech Wireless Keyboard And Laser Mouse Wave Combo Mk550

Comfort is now in your hands with Logitech’s Wave keyboard and mouse combo Mk550. The comfortable hand-cradling shape of the keyboard with rubber side grips of the mouse will let you work all day on your computer without tiring your hands off. Check the features below.

By On October 14, 2012 Respond
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Amazon Sells Kindle Devices At Cost, Confirms CEO

Amazon Sells Kindle Devices At Cost, Confirms CEO

Amazon’s Kindle lineup consists of fairly low price-points. Wall Street speculators over the past few years have even assumed that Amazon is profiting virtually nothing per unit sold. In an interview with BBC, Amazon Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Bezos, made it clear the online retailer sell its Kindle e-reader devices “at-cost.” This is the first time Amazon released information related to manufacturing costs of Kindle e-readers.

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Major Security Flaw Found In Facebook’s Mobile Site

Major Security Flaw Found In Facebook’s Mobile Site

Facebook has been ramping up the security of the social network to ensure the privacy as well as security of user data. However, it seems that the security measures were focused more on the regular website, with the mobile website being ignored on the way. A security researcher has now discovered a major flaw in the latter; one which could compromise the data of millions of users.

By On October 13, 2012 Respond
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Samsung’s Next Android Star – Galaxy Premier

Samsung’s Next Android Star – Galaxy Premier

Rumor says, though the release event of the Galaxy S III Mini is not yet faded, Samsung is busy with its next Galaxy phone. According to the rumors, Samsung busy fine tuning its next smartphone in the Galaxy series – Galaxy Premier. This Android phone will be one step up from the Galaxy Nexus but below the Galaxy S III, in terms of specs.

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HTC Nexus One Is Going To Space, Thanks To NASA

HTC Nexus One Is Going To Space, Thanks To NASA

In 2010, HTC attacked a Nexus One device to a rocket which was then fired. The rocket travelled right to the edge of the space with the smartphone appended to it, which recorded the entire video of the flight. The experiment provided a unique scenario where the power of a smartphone can be used. Now, HTC is planning to send Nexus One on an even longer mission, one that will take it to space.

By On October 11, 2012 1 Response
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MIT Hopes Of Building A Princess Leia Hologram Within One Year

MIT Hopes Of Building A Princess Leia Hologram Within One Year

If you are a big Star Wars fan, you must remember the rather classic release ‘Star Wars IV: A New Hope’ which was the first release of the saga. In the movie, Princess Leia uses a hologram to send a secret message to Obi-wan Kenobi, a message which is delivered through a hologram. MIT is now on the verge of building an exactly similar hologram, hoping to deliver it within a year.

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WD Brings 8TB My Book Thunderbolt Duo External Hard Drive

WD Brings 8TB My Book Thunderbolt Duo External Hard Drive

WD has released its latest My Book Thunderbolt Duo external hard drive that offers up to 8TB of storage space. This March, the company first released 6TB My Book Thunderbolt Duo. Till now, WD’s this Thunderbolt storage device is the most affordable in the computer hardware market, if you consider the cost per gigabyte. The new 8TB capacity drive is now available at major online store including a Thunderbolt cable and the price of the drive is $850.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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Is Google Replacing Nexus 7 16GB With 32GB Model?

Is Google Replacing Nexus 7 16GB With 32GB Model?

So far, we’ve heard a lot about a possible 32GB version of Nexus 7 tablet. But, the authenticity of the rumors were in question. A recent case, hints that Google indeed has a Nexus 7 32GB model that the company has not announced yet. Past Monday, a Japanese customer who ordered a Nexus 7 16GB, got a 32GB version of the tablet PC.

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AT&T May Start Taking Pre-Order For Windows Phone 8 Devices From October 21

AT&T May Start Taking Pre-Order For Windows Phone 8 Devices From October 21

The wireless carrier AT&T is taking preparation to accept pre-orders of Windows Phone 8 smartphones in US. From October 21, the company will start the pre-orders. According to the source, at first the company will accept pre-orders of the HTC 8X, Nokia Lumia 920, Samsung’s Ativ Smart PC and Asus’ Vivo Tab RT tablets.

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[Tutorial] How To Create Animated GIFs From Your Videos

[Tutorial] How To Create Animated GIFs From Your Videos

The GIF format is one of those old glories that refuse to retire. It has, among other features, the ability to store moving images useful for some applications, such as signatures on forums or to show small details of longer videos. In this tutorial I will show you how to create your own animated avatars in GIF format for forums using a Windows app.

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Microsoft Uses Wearable Digits Prototype For Mobile 3D Virtual Navigation

Microsoft Uses Wearable Digits Prototype For Mobile 3D Virtual Navigation

Motion sensors are nothing new and have been around for quite some time. In fact, they are very active and successful commercially too, thanks to Microsoft’s move of coupling the Kinect motion sensor with its game console. However, most of these motion sensors rely on rather heavy hardware and haven’t been much effective for 3D virtual navigation. Microsoft has now come up with an apt solution for this.

By On October 9, 2012 Respond
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AMD Revealed High Performance Z-60 Hondo APU For Windows 8 Tablets

AMD Revealed High Performance Z-60 Hondo APU For Windows 8 Tablets

Well known chip designer AMD has announced the embedded accelerated processor unit (APU) called Hondo for Windows 8 tablets. The INQUIRER claimed that earlier the company said to the site that its oncoming Hondo chip is specially made for Windows 8 OS. AMD has revealed the specifications of its first Z-60 Hondo APU.

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Is Apple Making A New iPhone 4? Software Suggests So

Is Apple Making A New iPhone 4? Software Suggests So

An interesting report reveals that Apple is offering iOS 6 download for an unknown iPhone 3,2 device. Based on the facts, the iPhone 3,2 would be a new version of the iPhone 4. The hardware number we are referring to has appeared in iOS device downloads since September 19. And, it seems Apple is making a new version of iPhone 4.

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