Today’s Daily Prompt asks the question “What will the next must-have technological innovation be? Jetpacks? Hoverboards? Wind-powered calculators?”
I live in the high technology world. I have for the last twenty five years earned my living in the computer industry designing, writing, supporting, administering and writing about computer software. I have to say that sometimes questions like this can…
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Earlier in 2011, the Acer Aspire S3-951 is released, which is inspired by super-light and thin Macbook air. The specification is almost same as Macbook air. Both have the same processor (intel core i5), same graphic card (intel HD graphics 3000), same weight (about 3 pounds), same height (0.68 inch), same screen size (13.3 inches, LED backlight). The difference is just the OS (Acer runs Windows 7 Premium, Macbook Air runs Mac OS X 10.7 Lion), storage (Acer have 340 GB total, Macbook air have 128 GB).
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- Convertible laptop
- 13-inch touchscreen
- Up To 128 GB SSD
- Intel Core i5 Processor
- MSRP: $999
- Slim form factor works as a tablet and a laptop
- Nice design
- 10-finger multi-touch
- Mushy keys
- Accelerator sensing can be frustrating
- Underpowered for the price point
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Convertibles were all the rage back in the 1950s (thanks to tailfins and the Corvette) and in the early 2000s (thanks to Microsoft and Sony).
AngelPad, the San Francisco-based accelerator founded by former Googler Thomas Korte, held its sixth demo day yesterday. I wasn't there (I know, it's super-embarrassing), but I did get to meet with Korte and partner Carine Magescas today to talk about the newest batch of companies.
Magescas said that in the three years since AngelPad was founded, "the premise of what we had in the beginning has been validated." That premise breaks down to three main ideas, she said.
A new report from 9to5Mac and its usually well-connected sources today adds a little more color to what we'll be seeing from the big iOS 7 redesign rumored to be making an appearance at WWDC this year in June – and what we'll apparently be seeing is a lot less color. The visual overhaul not only emphasizes so-called "flat design" …
Automattic, the company behind publishing platform WordPress.com, has sold $50 million in a secondary offering led by investment management firm Tiger Global. The sale will allow some early investors and employees to get cash in exchange for their shares, while adding another stakeholder in the company.
The share offering wasn't necessary to raise funds for the company, according to Automattic founder Matt Mullenweg.
Have you ever seen someone wearing a nice jacket or pair of shoes and wondered where they bought it? Or have you seen something in the store window, but just didn’t want to go inside to ask for the price?
Calgary startup Slyce is solving that problem – all you do is take a picture of any product you like using your mobile phone and you’ll instantly see pricing, reviews and exclusive discounts enabling you to purchase the product within the app with just one click.
- Ships with Chrome OS (generally requires an update to get to latest build)
- 2560 x 1700, 239 PPI display
- 32GB SSD
- 1.8GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
- MSRP: $1,299
- Hardware is incredibly well-designed
- Fast boot, right into Chrome-based workflow
- Touch is nice when actually needed
- Seems to leech battery quickly in sleep mode
- Still just Chrome
- Battery life could be better…
Once a upon a time, Microsoft saw fit to put together a YouTube app for Windows Phone and it was actually pretty great -- it let users download videos straight from the app and there was nary an ad to be found. To absolutely no one's surprise, Google wasn't too pleased: after all, the features that made the app so appealing didn't exactly jibe with YouTube's terms of service, and the search giant demanded the offending app be removed.
Editor's note: Jon Gottfried is a Developer Evangelist at Twilio, Co-Founder of the Hacker Union, and a StartupBus Conductor. Follow him on Twitter @jonmarkgo.
Being one of the first cyborgs in the world, I have been privy to a unique set of bizarre experiences that have led to some early observations and theories about the future of Google Glass and wearable technology.
Well done ! if I may ask but I do have a question how does a person know how to develop an operating system ?
Your government is worried. The world is "going dark." Once upon a time, telephones were the only way to talk to someone far away, and the authorities could wiretap any phone they wanted. Nowadays, though, suspects might be communicating via Facebook, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Skype, Viber. And so, inevitably: “Today, if you’re a tech company that’s created a new and popular way to communicate, it’s only a matter of time before the FBI shows up with a court order to read or hear some conversation.”
Well let's say they don't even have a clue !
Now this is really awesome if its really done !
Today is the Blessed Friday and I’m in Mosque hearing the Imam’s speech that always said at the ‘Mimbar’(its an Arabic meaning altar).
He’s saying that Power doesn’t come from muscled people,the latest weapons etc but it comes from Faith and to believe in yourself.
Great nations fell thinking that they were powerful but now no more. Today we are just running behind earthly things not heavenly and the real people who deserve to live are the strong believers they are like palm trees standing strong against the wind even weak believers have a good side and they have faith but they can’t stand their stand.
God didn’t made Man to go to Earth without making Man challenge Devil and was defeated by the Devil true that God forgived Man but He the Exalted sended Man to Earth to challenge the Devil again and again.
So never give up and never say ‘if’ because this word opens many doors with the Devil say’ God’s Will’.
Instant “Mallgasm” (if that is a word) that’s what I had from the moment I entered the 'Grand Avenue’ previously known as The Avenues Phase III. If ever you thought that Phase I&II were massive enough for you to give blisters, you gotta check the Grand Avenue. It is a mall within a mall, something that is totally different from any of your previous mall experiences in Kuwait.