Thursday, 10 July 2014
iPhone 6 Sapphire Crystal Display!
iPhone 6 4.7" sapphire display review & scratch test!
The 4.7" Apple iPhone 6 will have a sapphire crystal display made by $GTAT. Sapphire crystal is used in high-end watches & camera lenses already. Let's put it through its paces!
The iPhone 6 Model!
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been in the top job for five months, and there's one point he's made more than any other. He's now firmly stamping his mark on the software giant. In a long letter to Microsoft's more than 100,000 employees, Nadella outlines his vision to reshape the core of Microsoft. Here's what it means for Xbox, Surface, and more.
CEO Satya Nadella teases big changes coming to Microsoft
Tuesday, 8 July 2014
Android L is here, and it's brought a raft of new changes, with Sundar Pichai, head of Android, proclaiming it to be one of the biggest upgrades to Android yet.
It's going to have a radical new design, 5000 new APIs, will be available for developer previews soon, and it's going beyond the mobile form factor. Android L will be contextually aware of its surrounding, plus voice is going to me a major input source.
Android L is an upcoming release of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. Unveiled on June 25, 2014, and released in a beta the next day for selected Google Nexus devices, it is expected to be released to manufacturing in late-2014.
The most prominent changes to L include a redesigned user interface built around a responsive design language referred to as "material design", and improvements to the notification system which allow them to be accessed from the lock screen, and displayed within other apps as banners across the top of the screen. Internal changes were also made to the platform, with the Android Runtime officially replacing Dalvik for improved application performance, and changes intended to improve and optimize battery usage. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_L
Intel, Samsung and Dell are among the founding members of Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), which later this year will deliver the first of many specifications for hassle-free data flow between devices, regardless of the OS, device type or wireless communication technology.