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AT&T, Now Accepting Pre-orders for Nokia Lumia 900

Written on March 31, 2012 by Lulu

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US telcom AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 900 but for cyan and black phone units only.

Almost a week ahead of its April 8 release, AT&T is now accepting pre-orders for the windows 7.5 loaded, Nokia Lumia 900. Consumers can make a reservation through AT&T’s online and retail stores.

However, customers should know that they can only pre-order black or cyan blue versions of the new Nokia phone. The white version is expected to be released on April 22nd.

Shipments should be expected to arrive on April 6, two days before its official launch. Good news for new At&T customers, they can get the Lumia 900 phone for free after a $100 online rebate.

Check out AT&T’s online website for more information.

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Angy Birds Space Now Available for Download, Gets Positive Reviews

Written on March 23, 2012 by Lulu

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Rovio's Angy Birds Space has new gravity mechanics that players enjoy

The latest game installation for the Angry Birds Game Franchise, Angry Birds Space is now available for download, after its launch last Thursday.

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Vizio Unveils Plans to Enter PC Market

Written on January 07, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Vizio unveils plans to dabble in PC Market, will launch two all-in-one desktops and three notebooks.

Vizio, makers of low-price HDTVs, revealed on Friday their plans to enter the PC market by launching a whole new range of value priced Windows-based products.

During an interview with Bloomberg, Chief Technology Officer Matt McRae revealed that Vizio will unveil two desktop all-in-ones(24-inch and 27-inch displays) and three notebooks (14-inch Thin + Light Notebook, 15.6 inch Thin + Light Notebook, 15.6-inch Notebook).

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HP Spectre Teaser Video

Written on January 03, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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A glimpse at HP's upcoming Spectre Ultrabook (Video)

Folks at Engadget have posted a teaser video for HP Spectre, an ultra-thin laptop that is said to be HP’s next Ultrabook.

The intriguing video which came from an unnamed source at HP features something that looks like an extremely thin laptop with glass panes that look similar to dual screen laptops such as Toshiba Libretto W100 and Acer’s Iconia-6120 touchbook.

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 9 Final Version For Windows, Mac and Linux

Written on December 20, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Firefox 9 final version includes type-inference for faster JavaScript performance, now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

After five weeks of beta testing, Mozilla has just released the final version of Firefox 9 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The release which now includes type-inference support boasts an improved JavaScript performance and comes with an expanded support for HTML5 and CSS standards.

Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.

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Five FREE Image Editing Software for Windows

Written on July 26, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The best things in life don't necessarily need to be expensive. In this article, GADG compiled five free graphic editing software you could make use of.

If you are in a tight budget, then perhaps you don’t want to miss out these five free photo editing programs for Windows. Though limited in some features, these software lets you perform basic photo enhancement tasks to create high-quality graphics that are similar to those paid ones.

Check out the five free image editing software for Windows after the skip.

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FlashSoft Unveils Flash Virtualization Software

Written on July 01, 2011 by Adam Eve

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FlashSoft SE is now ready to boost your database's overall perfomance, while decreasing the Flash memory needed.

FlashSoft unveils its Flash Virtualization Software – the FlashSoft SE – which enables SSDs and PCIe flash memory devices as server-tier and read-write cache. In addition to this, the software also accelerates the database’s overall performance and other server applications.

With FlashSoft SE, the amount of necessary flash memory is significantly deducted, while increasing the application performance by a factor of four to ten. It basically manages data that are most likely and most often used in a limited flash capacity.

The FlashSoft SE is now available for Windows Server 2008 R2, and is expected to be released for Linux later this summer. However, the software requires a minimum SSD size of 8GB. The FlashSoft SE has a free demo version which is available for download from their website.

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Microsoft Launches Office 365

Written on June 30, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Office 365 will have to become more compelling and Microsoft needs to show much more confidence in its product via its marketing.

Despite being the first notable, large-scale cloud service from Microsoft, it’s strange how little the company has been communicating about the Office 365. Assuming that cloud services will soon replace locally installed software, then Office 365 is a possible alternative for Microsoft’s Office products that generate over $4.5 billion of quarterly revenue.

With Microsoft launching the Office 365, the cloud service is targeted mainly to business customers. It is said that the product can keep Office document formatting as it is — a feature where Google Docs screws. However, Microsoft seems to be not so sure of what the Office 365 can really do. That said. they’ll need to show more confidence – especially in the marketing department – if they want to challenge Google.

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Bug-Squashing Armadillo

Written on June 11, 2011 by R. Cruise

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For those like the sound of predictive computer bug-squashing, you might want to give Armadillo a try.

Armadillo is a tool that runs in the background and analyzes your code and flagging lines that need to be corrected. It also follows you as you test the code and creates a safety net which then protects your work from regression bugs.

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Multi-purpose Rootkit Threat for Windows and Mac OS X, Detected by Kaspersky

Written on June 02, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Red Alert! Kaspersky warns Windows and Mac OS X users of a multi-purpose rootkit that can threaten their system.

Kaspersky Lab detected a multi-purpose rootkit that can threaten a 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems. This comes with a variant that targets Mac OS X. Kaspersky warns that the 64-bit rootkit uses a special digital signature for software developers. It is distributed via downloader, which also tries to install other malware.

The rootkit prevents users to install or run an antivirus, and effectively protects itself by intercepting and monitoring system activities. This makes the PC vulnerable to attacks, while the downloader acquires and executes malicious software — including the Rogue AV or fake antivirus for Mac OS X. Known as Hoax.OSX.Defma.f, the fake antivirus is one of the emerging threats for Mac OS X which is being a cyber criminal target.

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