Claiming that it is a feature-rich productivity suite that deserves strong consideration, Microsoft formally launched Office 2010 Friday. The new product, which is a “remarkably attractive” upgrade of Office 2007, will empower power users with features that refine the older version and a much deeper user-experience. Also, it would enable document sharing and collaboration over the Internet.
As the web format clash between HTML5 and Adobe’s Flash breaks out, the founders of an ad-building tool named Virtual Iris say that they can provide the high-quality media experience of Flash in HTML.
A great deal of the interest in HTML5 that is the newest update of the basic format of the web has been stimulated by Apple, which does not support Flash on the iPhone and the iPad resulting in backward-and-forward affronts between Apple and Flash-manufacturer Adobe.
Google Inc., the search engine giant, said that it had inadvertently gathered data sent over Wi-Fi networks as part of its Street View service that allows consumers to view pictures of streets on Google Maps.
According to a blog posting today, the company will stop collecting Wi-Fi data completely for Street View. A little of the information gathered might have comprised Web addresses and e-mail fragments, a person familiar with the situation said.
Google has at last acknowledged that its online-only accessibility of the Nexus One cellphone was a letdown, and it will now get the gadget to retail outlets like it should have last year.
When the search engine giant had released the Nexus One, it was the first time that Google had actually made and retailed a tangible good.
Not fancying getting into the chaos with retail through stores, Google sold the Nexus One solely online through its own proprietary Web store.
According to court papers that were released yesterday, Steve Jobs has asked technology blog Gizmodo. com to give back the undisclosed iPhone model, which Apple Inc. says was robbed off after a company engineer misplaced it in a bar.
The legal battle is over a product that, at $13 billion, made up over 30% of 2009 sales for Apple that strictly protects information regarding unreleased products.
Facebook, the social networking site with the largest subscriber base is yet again being lashed at due to the privacy concerns.
In the wake of the charges that personal information on Facebook is not safe; some of the technology world's highest-profile figures have chosen to publicly announce the abandonment of Facebook.
Eminent personalities like Leo Laporte, Cory Doctorow, and Matt Cutts, and Jason Rojas have deleted their Facebook accounts displaying their protests.
It was observed lately that Cloud Computing had provided a new enterprise service opportunity for Telco who were ready to merge cloud computing platforms with secure managed networking. With this they could fulfill the enterprise requirements for high performance and could protect the cloud computing services.
It was noticed that Telco as the providers of cloud computing would be meeting challenges.
A new-fangled clip for Obsidian Entertainment’s RPG spy-fest Alpha Protocol has been made public. Representing just how disorganized the world of spying can actually become. The recording shows the game’s diverse yet uniformly deadly sections.
It is a barrage of who’s who information; a LOST meets 24 mosaic, that is capable of highlighting the multifaceted and unified web of juntos and obscure organizations competing for international superiority.
An online accounting package called Live Accounts designed for small businesses that need to raise invoices, track expenses and manage income will be available from MYOB in June.
MYOB CEO, Tim Reed says the offering was developed in reaction to an independent survey of over 950 local businesses, which found business owners are looking for online tools and functionality, but prefer to run their business from the desktop.
The independent research indicates that the majority of local business owners would prefer to have both desktop and online services.
The thing that bugs people is the way Google does these things and tells people about them later.
Google has collected personal wireless internet data from New Zealand homes through cars sent around the country for its Street View project. The Street View project involved cars travelling the streets with 3D cameras to capture panoramic views to go with Google's map service.
The creator of green powered electronics and emergency preparedness company Eton has recently announced about the availability of Scorpion, a solar powered, all-terrain device for outdoor adventures. Scorpion is a multifunctional self powered device which provides Light, Information and Energy in one convenient and rugged device.
The most popular gadget of the year that everyone is talking about presently is the iPad, which is still not available in Canada. As it is known by all, the iPad is ready to make its debut on May 28 May in the Great White North however that has not been able to stop gadget enthusiast Canadians from getting their loving iPad.
May 28 is the date that many gadget lovers must have marked on their calendars as that is the date Apple's new apparatus debuts in the country.
With the effect of four interest rate rises and lack of government stimulus, sales of technical consumer goods have declined. The GfK Temax Australia, has pointed out that spending in Q1 this year dipped by 1.6% year- on- year.
After the analyst group launched its Temax quarterly report in Q3 2008, this is the first turn down reported in the space and these figures are taken from retailers point of view. Despite consumer electronics failing to deliver growth, yet IT and telecoms developed modestly.
In the coming bit is possible that people will be using Ubuntu in a lot of unusual places. It may range from kitchen to a car. The developers are working to make a lot of changes in the software so that it may be used in a lot of new places.
It is hoped that in the coming days, Ubuntu will be used in car systems, tablets, set-top-boxes apart from various other digital devices. But the developers are not thinking about using Ubuntu in smart phones.
In a move to capture the markets of the small and medium enterprises, Hewlett-Packard (HP) has launched a revamped range of LaserJet Printers.
According to the Company sources, the Company promises that the new range of printers, would pay for themselves in savings the paper and electricity.
Traditionally it is in the interest of every printer company, that organizations print more as they lead to more revenues. However, HP has chosen to focus on cost savings as the company urges the small to medium businesses to opt for their revamped printer range.