Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Information Sercurity

Hackers. Viruses. Botnets. Threats continue to plague computer systems around the world. FireEye Inc. of Milpitas, Calif., is this year's Information-Security winner for an advanced malware-protection system that guards against the latest in cyberattacks.
FireEye's Malware Protection System takes a two-step approach to counter these

Leaked About Google's Native Maps For iOS 6

Developer Ben Guild in San Francisco has posted what he claims are (very blurry) screenshots of the alpha version of the forthcoming Google‘s native Maps For iOS 6 app. Beyond his location (near Google) and the timing (we expect Google is working on this now) there is no independent corroboration of his information.

Caveats in place, what he suggests about the new app makes sense:

Mac Pro Book - Apple Relase Date 23rd Oct.

New Delhi: For Apple Fans, this is certainly going to be a double bonanza. If reports are to be believed Apple plans to launch the 13-inch MacBook Pro codenamed D1, with Retina Display at its event stipulated for October 23. 

The 13-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina Display is touted to be thinner and lighter than its predecessor—15-inch MacBook Pro.

Gadget SIze, Does It Matter ?

Apple just made its iPhone taller and slimmer, but soon it's expected to introduce a smaller iPad.
Meanwhile, Samsung announced a mini-version of its Galaxy S III phone, while Amazon has a bigger Kindle Fire tablet coming out next month.
The lucrative market for mobile devices is making tech companies try on all sizes. But are these seemingly endless variations just marketing ploys?
Analysts say this is one case where size does matter, and that a company like Apple is well aware that a device's proper dimensions depend on how people use the device.
"I have to believe they're really responding to consumer demand," Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies Inc. of Campbell, said of the much-rumored release of what pundits are calling the iPad mini.

Monday, 15 October 2012

Apple Maps uproar, plan to buy iPhone 5 in record numbers

The brouhaha over Apple replacing Google Maps in iOS 6 with its own mapping and navigation technology has not changed customers' minds about the iPhone 5, according to a ChangeWave Research survey. ChangeWave, which polled more than 4,200 consumers in the U.S. and Canada, reported last week that only 10% of those with an iOS 6-powered iPhone said they had experienced a problem with Apple Maps, with the largest chunk of those -- 6% -- acknowledging the issue was "not much of a problem."