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Steve Jobs Might Have Reincarnated by Microsoft

Posted in Technology on 29 April 2012

Today’s philosophical discussion is on the subject of beauty and reincarnation. Specifically, beauty as it is beheld by those who adore their smartphones and reincarnation as it involves Steve Jobs. Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, has pronounced that Android’s operating system is uglier than Shrek from behind. Some of my tools can be remarkable friends […]


Wahoo! Is the Latest Version of Opera

Posted in Technology on 29 April 2012

Opera Software released the beta version of Opera 12, codenamed “Wahoo”, the latest entry in Opera’s long line of desktop web browsers. Opera 12 is both smarter and faster than its predecessors and introduces new features for both developers and consumers to play with ahead of the final launch. Themes give you an easy way […]


Apple Has Been Pioneer in Developing Ways on Taxes

Posted in Technology on 29 April 2012

The New York Times publishes a piece that claims Apple has been a pioneer in developing ways to sidestep taxes. The New York Times is once again putting Apple under the microscope, with a new, in-depth report about the tactics the company uses to cut its global tax bill by billions of dollars every year. […]


Lenovo is Clearly Ahead in Experience

Posted in Technology on 29 April 2012

In the market Lenovo’s design philosophy is all about quality. Three years ago, in the early days of Windows 7, Microsoft was working with PC makers to help enhance start-up times, sleep mode, battery life and the all-around performance of PCs, and this effort continues today. Lenovo took this initiative one step further: Now in […]


New Apple TV Set!

Posted in Technology on 29 April 2012

Apple’s rumored to have been in talks with content provider Epix to bring content to the Apple TV and potentially even its TV set. Apple is once again said to be talking up a TV set when trying to ink deals with content providers. The latest target is said to be Epix, a joint venture […]


Twitter Reached 2 Billion Users

Posted in Technology on 28 April 2012

Twitter reached 140 million users today, the company has to make it simpler for users to get close to what’s most meaningful to them, in order to attract billions of adherents. Everything we are doing is oriented around getting to 2 billion users. With an estimated 140 million users today, producing 340 million tweets a […]


Oracle-Google Both Used Java

Posted in Technology on 28 April 2012

Former Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz and Java inventor James Gosling side with Google in its court battle with Oracle, while Sun’s co-founder Scott McNealy takes Oracle’s side. In the two weeks that the Oracle v. Google trial has been underway, it’s become clear that buy cialis Sun’s top executives weren’t unified in their thinking about […]


Google Faced International Problem

Posted in Technology on 28 April 2012

The search giant is facing inquiries in Argentina and South Korea. Both are open and ongoing, and Google said it is cooperating with authorities. Google said today that both South Korea and Argentina have recently opened probes into its activities, moves that increase the spotlight on the way the search giant collects data and competes […]


Firefox Build New Security

Posted in Technology on 28 April 2012

The latest developer’s build of Firefox locks down security a bit and debuts new APIs to help the browser become more gamer friendly. Following the release of Firefox 12 earlier this week, Mozilla’s latest browser build for developers shows off some new security tweaks and implements some game-centric APIs. The security tweaks involve some minor […]


Samsung and Apple Passed 1 Year Relation

Posted in Technology on 28 April 2012

One year ago this month the two companies locked horns and their legal fight has since extended around the globe. With patent litigation fast turning into the tech industry’s favorite past time, the year-long legal battle between Apple and Samsung that began last April now extends to more than 10 countries around the world and […]