- An option in Windows 8.1, the supposedly new version of Windows 8, will allow to boot the system directly with the Classic User Interface known from earlier version of the operating system. User will be able to have the same desktop as in Windows 7, for instance.General - By Aniki Monday, 15 April 2013 13:41
- Intel announced on Monday the next generation of Thunderbolt technology which doubles the transfer rate between devices and in bonus ensures compatibility with existing equipment. It was during the National Association of Broadcaster conference last April 6th that Intel has introduced its new technology which supports bidirectional transfers up to 20 Gigabytes per second compared to the current 10 Gbs.General - By Aniki Tuesday, 09 April 2013 12:00
- Apple is finally working on the creation of an iOS-based iWatch, this famous wearable electronic device operating with a system having the same user interface as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch operating system. The fact that Apple has filed a patent on this topic confirms that the company is preparing a "wearable" device.General - By Aniki Thursday, 21 February 2013 17:01
Intel will finally release an Internet TV service and a set-top boxIn an interview with the site AllThingsD, Erik Huggers, CEO of Intel Media, confirmed that his company will release a new Internet TV service this year.
BMW immitate Apple with its own Genius Bar programIn an article in U.S. weekly magazine "Advertising Age", the automaker BMW has indicated that it intends to launch a new "Genius BMW Everywhere" program next year.
Ubuntu smartphones should set their debut from October 2013There are already Android smartphones, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Bada etc.. and Ubuntu will soon be added to this long list. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mark Shuttleworth, the founder and CEO of Canonical, said that smartphones running the Ubuntu operating system would be available starting from the month of October 2013.
It's Official, Dell quit the stock exchange and is sold for $ 24.4 billionsDell left the stock market and was sold for approximately $ 24.4 billion, or $ 13.65 per share in a transaction that was announced today, which will let the company the time to recover and thus satisfy the expectations of shareholders who were so far disappointed with the poor performance of the company.