E FUN aPen A3 pen scribble scanned brings Android, BlackBerry users (video)

Students heading back to school this week will launch a new stylus in their backpacks, now that E has released its FUN aPen A3 digital pen. The last company taker is essentially like Livescribe for Android and BlackBerry, allowing authors to scan and save their handwritten letters directly to their devices via Bluetooth. Compatible with Android and BlackBerry OS 4.6 and above, the tool also provides a picture drawing function that allows users to scribble on digital images stored in their smart phones, PC or Mac. If you are interested in getting your own A3 Apen, hit up the link source, where you can buy one for $ 130. If not, head after the break for a video tutorial, with the full press release.

Tech develop nuclear power for Moon and Mars

With its first bid accepted Slashdot, Zandamesh sends this excerpt from ZDNet: “On Earth, nuclear reactors are under attack because of concerns about damage caused by natural disasters in space, however, nuclear technology can get a new lease on life .. plans first nuclear power plant to generate electricity for use by the bases with or without crew on the Moon, Mars and other planets were announced at the 242nd session national exhibition of the American Chemical Society. “The reactor itself may be about 1 ½ feet wide by 2 ½ feet high, about the size of hand luggage. There are no tricks cooling. … The team plans to build a technology demonstration unit in 2012. “

The quest for EV fast charging standard

An anonymous reader writes “This article explores one of the stumbling blocks currently facing the adoption EV:” Of course, there are already charging stations in public service, and new ones are coming online daily But they generally take several hours to fully replenish a battery .. Consequently, the battery capacity is growing rapidly – by using a compatible charger Direct fast flowing, the leaves can recharge to 80 percent within 30 minutes – could become a major point of differentiation between electric models, but the availability of points rapid charge. was supported in part by the absence of an agreement between car manufacturers on a universal method for fast charging -. or even a single electrical connector “

Fujitsu to release waterproof Tab arrows F-01D on NTT DoCoMo LTE tablet?

If you have spent time in the recent rain as many of us, you recognize the value of waterproof clothing. And Fujitsu Tab F-01D flight arrows tablet it is too, packing a 10.1-inch WXGA, TI IMAP4430 1GHz dual-core processor, and Android 3.2 Honeycomb – all in a single box, waterproof. The yet-to-be-announced device is rumored to be launching on Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo in September, and may include UMTS, HSPA and LTE connectivity with GSM and GPRS roaming compatibility abroad. There is also a pair of CMOS cameras, 16GB of onboard storage, micro-USB connector for standard headphones (with waterproof covers, we assume), and a microSD card slot. We have not received word on price right away, or whether the device can survive the deep diving or just occasional splashes, but if oddly named tab arrows is foreseen to start at Japan next month, we imagine these details are bubbling to the surface every day now.

LG 3D Game Converter adds depth to the regular 2D games

Spoiler alert! Instead of waiting to surprise people at IFA this week, LG has unveiled details of its new 3D game Converter for the 3D Optimus earlier. The software comes as part of the maintenance release in October, promising to take any OpenGL game that turns into the landscape and convert it into 3D. About 50 games will come with pre-optimized settings – you twist the rest. Open any game in the application and it will try to divide the foreground and background and recombine both in 3D. Feel your eyes of passage and a set of headaches just by thinking about playing this way? No worries, they are all still playable in 2D as well. Mouse over past the break to find the press release that without thinking, LG has released rather than 2D.

AT & T, Verizon and T-Mobile’s Big Bet on mobile payments

An anonymous reader writes “Bloomberg reports that AT & T, Verizon and T-Mobile USA will be dumping $ 100 million in the development of mobile payment system, Isis, in an effort to battle back against Google Wallet. “Isis aims to get ahead of his rivals by relying on its network of carrier distribution and existing customer relationships. Mobiles introduced to Isis services should be available in stores in urban transport test. … Isis carriers may preinstall software on their phones, making it easier to use. They can also push the handset manufacturers to adopt the software Isis. “

Provide medicine UAV

Buffaloaf writes “The Singularity University brilliant minds to develop an Internet of things they dub the Matternet which plans to deliver medicine and other necessities to people in small places very distant from the drone of the article. ‘This particular class of SU has focused on the problems of “the next billion people” who have no access to modern technology. Matternet addressed the problem of obtaining drugs and diagnostic equipment and test for people in rural areas of developing countries without access to roads during rainy seasons. The company has proposed building a network of robotic drones to deliver drugs quickly and very profitable – . let alone a guy on a dirt bike cost “

Energy from recovery in Germany

An anonymous reader writes Germany has decided to close all its nuclear plants by 2022 and begin a reversal of the energy is focused on the significant increase in the production of sustainable energy. What does it take in terms of investment, and that means increased costs to? German consumers that really means more jobs in green energy Quoting:?. Total investment over the next decade for such energy recovery is estimated at about € 200 billion (almost $ 290 billion) … At present, over 20 new coal plants are planned or already under construction. together they would achieve a total capacity of 10 gigawatts, and could, in terms of food, to replace the nuclear power plants are still operational, but coal plants do not fit into the concept of recovery in the sustainable energy the government has put forward.

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How to Kill the Internet has contributed groundbreaking

An anonymous reader writes In a widely distributed paper American Political Science Association Conference at Yale expert Navid Hassanpour argues that the closure of the Internet has made it difficult to support a centralized revolutionary movement in Egypt. But, he adds, the decision actually encouraged the development of small revolutionary upheavals at the local level where the interaction face-to-face between the militants was more intense and the mobilization of dormant warm dissidents was easier. In other words, the closure of the Internet have made the revolution more diffuse and more difficult for the authorities to contain.  While we’re on the subject, the reader points lecheiron on new research in anticipation of food revolutions per million pieces of news in a super-computer and using the analysis of words to draw the feeling National. So far, it’s good enough to predict things that have already taken place, but we should probably wait until he finds something new before contacting Hari Seldon.

AT and T responds to DoJ prosecution

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An anonymous reader writes Last week, the Department of Justice filed an antitrust complaint to stop the merger between AT and T and T-Mobile USA. Now AT and T responded, arguing that the merger would benefit consumers by increasing competition and free up the spectrum. This means increased production, a better service, fewer dropped calls and reduced prices for consumers without the merger, they say. Meanwhile, House Republicans sent a letter to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and Attorney General Eric Holder to request an explanation of ‘what went into the decision to challenge the merger and whether the agencies considered the impact on jobs and economic growth. A hearing is scheduled for September 21.

Growing Up Geek: Kevin Wong

from: http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/09/growing-up-geek-kevin-wong/:

Welcome to Growing Up Geek , an ongoing feature where we take a look back at our youth and telling stories of growing up to be the nerds we are. Today we have our own Contributing Editor, Kevin Wong .

Ok, so let’s go to the pink elephant, pencil first chamber. Yes, it’s a Superman t-shirt, and yes, I thought I could fly – with the help of my POP, of course. At the time I did not know that the physical laws, and to be honest, all I thought holding my flat was my love for robots. What I

knew was that processors have been, are impressive, and that ice cream was a perfect complement to the vegetables.

Adobe unveils new software tools compatible iOS added option of streaming video

At the International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam yesterday, Adobe has unveiled a slew of new software solutions, including Adobe Pass, Flash Access 3.0 and Flash Media Server 4.5. Pass allows cable operators and other content providers to offer TV streaming from multiple sources through a single connection solution, while access is the platform for content protection, which can now offer streaming video to mobile devices . But it’s Media Server 4.5 that has been gathering the most attention of the press, through its support for IOS. Now do not get too excited, you still can not really use flash on your iPhone. But the latest version of the software provides the ability to stream video using the Apple-friendly format HTTP Streaming Live. So still no Kongregate for iPhone users, but partners can now put as MediaPlatform live webcasts on your iPhone. Check the PR after the break.

Apple Removes Finally DigiNotar certs in Safari

Trailrunner7 writes Apple has finally released a patch for the issue of certificates of trust caused by the attack on DigiNotar, more than a week after the false certificates were identified and the other browser vendors moved to revoke the trust them. While Microsoft, Mozilla and Google have been communicating with users on the issue and pushing new versions and updates to remove the compromised certificate authorities from their browser, Apple has been silent about the attack and gave no indication when he might issue an update for Safari. On Friday the company issued a security advisory for users of Mac OS X, saying it was the removal of certificates DigiNotar of its trust list.

Sony reveals pricing and sizes is Google TV?

from: http://www.tecnoka.com/television/sony-deja-ver-los-precios-y-los-tamanos-de-% c2% bfgoogle-tv /:

There seems to be someone within the company, or are dissatisfied with their pay and wants to ruin the surprise that the company has prepared for Tuesday, October 12, or really want passed. Why? Because not only the disclosure (which is not yet known if it’s real) on the possible sizes ranging Google TV, but the names have emerged, which is called the models in question.

Their names are: NSX-24GT1 24 inches, 31 inches NSX-32GT1, NSX, NSX-40GT1 46GT1 40 inches, (yes, you guessed it) by 46 inches. However, they also risk that their prices would total between 1300, 1400 and 1900 dollars.

The curious thing: if this is true, the cheapest model of Google TV would be even more expensive ($ 300) that the 32-inch model more expensive than Sony has people in their catalog.

Defunct satellite to fall from the sky

Homepage EmLomBeeNo first timer sends word of a 6.5 ton satellite that will soon make a quick and fiery return to Earth. From Space.com: The huge satellite upper atmospheric research (UARS) is expected to enter Earth’s atmosphere in an uncontrolled fall in late September or early October Much of the probe is expected to burn for the back, but some. parts are expected to make it intact to the ground, the NASA officials. The U.S. space agency will take steps to inform the public about the pieces of gear that should survive the fall. According to a press conference today at NASA, you have a 1-in-21 trillion chance of being hit by falling debris. Who’s feeling lucky?

Is this the end of Righthaven?

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New snakes Submitter writes The new management of MediaNews Group (owner of the Denver Post) decided to terminate their contract with Righthaven. So far, the famous author troll has lost all infringement lawsuit they filed (although that it seems they managed to settle out of court in one or two dozen cases). Is it possible that this will ultimately spell doom Righthaven is? The new CEO of MediaNews said that while copyright issues are real, Righthaven involvement was a stupid idea from the beginning.

IRL: Nexus One, Sansa Clip Zip, DeLorme PN-60 and HP TouchPad

Welcome IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about gadgets, applications and toys we use in real life and take a second look at products that have already obtained the formal review process.

Welcome to IRL, a new column where we dissect, defend and gripe about the gadgets we use in real life. This week, Dante gets a TouchPad Firesale, Dana ditches her for a Random Zip Sansa Clip, Tim on a boat with the DeLorme PN-60 and Darren explains why, exactly, it is still attached to its Nexus.

Games Worth is complaining about?

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A few days ago, the blog Opposable Bravo published an article entitled, In the game, everything is incredible, but nobody is happy. The thrust of the article is that the discussion of the modern games focuses almost exclusively of defects, which are often out of proportion. Every game is too short, even if we never finish the games we play. Each game is too expensive, even if we demand ever more levels of interaction, fidelity graphics, and length. The same people who say every game was 80 hours and a masterpiece 10 years ago are 10 years away from that today was the golden age once they have distance necessary to scrub the bad games from memory. Today, the gaming site Rock, Paper, Shotgun offers a counterpoint, saying that video games require active criticism of the industry for improvement. It is incredible, and sometimes people are happy. That’s how it always will be. And we should probably do more of it, and then try to do better.

Algorithmic Trading Need For fast replacing human

Written DMandPenfold Algorithmic trading, also known as high frequency trading (HFT), quickly replacing human decision making, according to a panel of the British government, which warned that the law should be introduced regulations to protect the stock market. Approximately one third of share transactions in the UK is carried out by computers fill orders based on complex algorithms, said the panel looking into a discussion paper released yesterday. However, this proportion is significantly lower than that of the United States, where three-quarters of the equity deal is computer generated. Foresight panel, headed by Dame Clara Furse, the former CEO of the London Stock Exchange, argued that there are benefits and risks for serious algorithmic trading. There was no direct evidence that the negotiation of computer itself increased volatility, he said, but in specific circumstances, it was possible for a series of events with unwanted interactions and the results to produce and cause enormous damage.

DOT Grants $ 15M to test car to car communication

itwbennett wrote Car-to-car communication is on the verge of his first major, real-world test in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute will as long as 3000 cars with Short radio off on the road, thanks to a grant of $ 14.9 million he just got from the U.S. Department of Transportation. DoT reports predict that up to 82 percent of serious accidents in drivers intact can be eliminated or reduced by a small car to car negotiation, or an early warning three sedan cars to just hit the brakes, even if you can not see through the giant SUV directly in front of you.

Samsung S Galaxy II now available for $ 100 in America … GCI Alaska

Let people regional spoil the thunder of the Big Four. While we were led to believe that Sprint 4G Epic Touch would be the first subsidized Galaxy S II officially land in the U.S. of A, it appears that GCI Alaska beat ‘em all to the punch – and regions more than one. A tipster living in the Last Frontier just took place today, and best of all, running a solid Benjamin least it will be those of other operators. It is compatible with the company 4G (read: HSPA +) network, and for those unfamiliar with his wallet, but also offer the iPhone 4 to the local population. Unadulterated wild? Yep. Northern Lights? Certainly . Start / good access to the hottest of the year Android smartphone? Of course. So who is up for some northern exposure?

Sprint International ZTE CDMA Mobile Hotspot does the United States, the mobile phone abroad

We love mobile wireless hotspots , and we love especially when they work at the international level – which, until now, has left Sprint CDMA / WiMAX devices over the mixture. This variant gives a little love to the people of the world trip, however, with domestic support for EVDO Rev. A, and international support for GSM / GPRS / EDGE and WCDMA / HSDPA / HSUPA. There is no word on what you expect to pay for data abroad, but do not include a Sprint SIM unlocked in the box, with international adapters. An integrated display shows the battery life and connectivity, so you know when the unit is ready to transfer the web to up to five Wi-Fi devices on CDMA, or a single device while roaming on GSM networks. Available now, the hotspot will be held you $ 50 after $ 50 rebate and a two-year contract, offers a range of up to 130 feet and can pump a wireless signal to a maximum of four hours (unfortunately WiMAX is not supported ). go before the break for the truth of Sprint.

Xone Vodafone R and D center opens in Silicon Valley, wants to help startups grow

Verizon to do , so why not Vodafone too? It’s true, guys, the Big Red from overseas Telco decided to get into the swing of things in Silicon Valley with its new R and D center Xone Vodafone in Redwood City, California. Unlike the Application Centre VZW innovation a few miles north of San Francisco, the Xone is focused on identifying high-potential startups and put their ideas on the fast track to the proof of concept testing. To do this, the center provides technical expertise, business advice and access to his laboratory to ensure that products are consistent with overall Vodafone 2G, HSPA and LTE networks. The center of R and D is also aligned with Verizon facility in Massachusetts , the budding entrepreneurs to gain access to the infrastructure LTE stateside, too. We have a chance to check out the new business incubator ourselves, then read on for more.

UK joins Laser Nuclear Fusion Project

arisvega written with this quote from the BBC: The British firm RHM and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory have now joined with [the National Ignition Facility in the United States] to help make laser fusion a commercially viable energy source .. . Part of the problem. was the technical capacity to reach break even – the point at which more energy is produced than is consumed – has always seemed distant opponents of the idea said that energy fusion is 50 years of absence, regardless of the year you request. Said David Willetts, science minister in the UK. I think what is happening in both the UK and the U.S. shows that we are making significant progress on this technology he said. It can no longer be dismissed as something to the distant horizon.

Study suggests magnets can force you to tell the truth

Estonian researchers claim that magnets can either force you to lie or make it impossible. Subjects in the study had magnets placed on the left or right side of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, and the results suggest that the individual was unable to tell the truth or unable to lie depending on which side was stimulated. Extract from the article: Last year, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has also used strong magnets to disrupt the area said to be the brain of moral compass , located behind the right ear, which makes least temporarily moral people.

Google to introduce new programming language – Dart

An anonymous reader sends this excerpt from El Reg: Google has built an entirely new programming language for web programming structured, he seems to be adapted to the browser applications based on two engineers search giant will discuss Dart, of Google. new language at the international conference of software development go next month. News of the new language was posted on the site Goto. There is still no technical details on Dart, but the bios of two Googlers have to go strongly suggest a bent toward programming for the web and the browser.

FPS Benchmarks No More? New methods reveal deeper issues GPU

crookedvulture writing critical hardware graphics have long used images per second to measure performance. The thing is, a large number of frames are generated in one second. Calculating the SPF may mask brief moments of stuttering noticeable that only a closer examination of individual frame time can be quantified. This article explores the topic in much more detail. Along the way, it also illustrates effectively micro-stuttering attributed to multi-GPU solutions like SLI and CrossFire. AMD and Nvidia two concede that stuttering is a real problem for modern graphics cards, and methods of analysis may need to change well into account.

For Windows 8 ‘Fast Startup Mode’ Feature

Proposed new story written CSHARP123 Microsoft has released details of a Windows feature that 8 is a hybrid between a cold start and wake up a hibernating state This function is called Quick Start mode Gabe Aul, director of management Programs in Windows, says ..: [A] s in Windows 7, we close user sessions, but instead of closing the session of the nucleus, we hibernate. Compared to full hibernation, which includes a large number of pages memory used by applications, session data hibernation is much smaller 0, which takes much less time to write to disk. If you are not familiar with hibernation, we actually save the system status and memory contents in a file on disk (hiberfil.sys), then reading that back in the CV and restore contents back to memory. Using this technique with boot gives us a significant advantage for startup times, since reading hiberfile in and reset the driver is much faster on most systems (30-70% faster on most systems we’ve tested). The message contains a video as well , which shows the Windows startup in less than 10 seconds.

Mozilla Issues Do-Not-Track Guide For advertisers

angry tapir writes Mozilla has released only one track field guide to encourage advertisers and publishers to implement not-track (DNT) functionality. The guide contains tutorials, case studies and examples of code for illustrate how companies use technology DNT. Mozilla aims to inspire developers, publishers and advertisers to adopt DNT and wants to control the monitoring of the Internet in the hands of users. The browser maker wants to end behavioral targeting and tracking ubiquitous on the Web. The guide can be found here (PDF).

Son superconducting sapphire are as cool as the sound

from: http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/09/superconducting-sapphire-wires-are-as-cool-as-they-sound/:

The copper wire is relatively cheap, malleable and can conduct electricity, but it is far from ideal. Feed the cities requires meters wide and cables, the metal loses a lot of energy as heat. Fortunately, a team of Tel Aviv University think it solved the problem. Take a sapphire fiber Oakridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, he developed a superconducting wire barely thicker than a human hair, which makes 40 times the electricity of his brothers copper. Cooled with liquid nitrogen, superconductors carry current without sapphire heat, which is the key to their effectiveness. The team working on practical applications of the technology – because it is so small and flexible (unlike previous superconductors), it could replace the copper in the home and its cold performance makes it perfect to transmit power to long distances from the stations to green power. The wire goes around the world as we speak and will arise at the conference in Baltimore in October ATSC. Anyone who makes jokes about son and Baltimore will be asked to leave politely.

Dell jams a terabyte of storage SSD SATA3 Precision M6600 laptop

Dell is refining some of the options on its Precision M6600 and M4600 mobile workstations. You can now choose to add 512GB SSD SATA3 and (in the case of the M6600) a 4 GB NVIDIA Quadro 5010M card. The interesting thing though is that the 6600 has space for three drives: two full size and mini-card slot. This means you could fit this beast of 17.3 inches with a pair of 512 GB SSD and a 128GB SSD for a total of 1.1TB of storage in solid form. Of course, with each half-terabyte drive to add a whopping $ 1120 at the cost of this work lappy it’s not exactly for those on a budget. But we would not be surprised to see the fallout of high-end platforms, portable gaming (we want you to Alienware) fairly quickly.

Ubuntu releases proposed monthly

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An anonymous reader wrote: Scott James Remnant, the manager of the former leader of the Ubuntu developer Ubuntu, Canonical and current technical advice, proposed a process of releasing new monthly for Ubuntu Linux. It recognizes that the six months provided there are features found and landing too early, leaving them in a safe condition for users. With its proposed monthly Remnant hopes relieve this by manipulating the alpha, beta, and releases of normal at the same time. Canonical is not known whether to accept the policy right now.

Nokia C5-03, a complete Smartphone € 170

from: http://www.tecnoka.com/smartphone/nokia-c5-03-un-smartphone-completo-por-170-euros/:

Already this week we present some of the innovations of the Finnish company Nokia. This time it was the turn of Nokia Nokia C5 C5-03, the elder brother, mobile, and we present some time ago in Gizmos

The C5-03 Nokia is characterized by a small device (weighing only 90 grams) that complements its predecessor with a touch screen and a few other caracterísitcas that make him a market price that is very complete smartphone offered 170 euros .

Besides the touch screen 3, 2 inch, the Nokia C5-03 features a 5 megapixel camera that allows video, radio and GPS connection, Bluetooth, WiFi and USB.

As for memory, the Nokia C5-03 has 40 megabytes internal, which can be transformed into a maximum of 16 GB if you use a microSD card, if the series includes a 2 Gb

As operating system Nokia C5-03 works with a Symbian, which hitherto was known as a Symbian S60. The camera menu offers a good collection of icons provide direct access to email accounts and social networks.

Some highlight applications of Nokia C5-03 are access to Nokia Music Store and Ovi Store, from which you can buy music or mobile applications for Nokia. On the other hand, the Nokia C5-03 provides a display of all Microsoft Office documents, PDF and ZIP.

The price of Nokia C5-03 that we discussed will be 170 euros.

Movea MoveTV platform provides options for motion control for TVs and set-top

If you lived under a rock: the motion controls are all the rage these days. And it’s not just console manufacturers who want in on the action. ASUS , Philips and Hillcrest Labs have all launched their own takes technology. Movea is a company that is well versed in the field, and now plans to start to offer its products directly to TV and STB manufacturers. The platform not only offers MoveTV remote technology to OEMs, but open tools for enterprise developers building games and applications. Movea even announced its first partners: C and M Media, a major cable provider in Korea, and the solution remotely . Remote Solution will be allowed SmartMotion Movea and integration in the MoveTV decoders provided to C and M. Soon enough using gestures to change channels and play arm-debated interpretations of angry birds on your cable box may be the standard. Watch the video, PR and a peak of more after the break.

U.S. Senate passes the patent system reform bill, Obama is expected to sign into law

Think it’s time to change our patent system ? It is the Congress. Yesterday, the Senate approved the Act on America invented by a 89-8 vote that could make more drastic changes in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in five decades. Under the plan, the House approved in June, patents are not awarded to the first person to invent a technology, but the first to actually file with the USPTO, bringing U.S. policy in line with the protocol adopted in most other countries. It also calls for a simplified application process and would allow the USPTO to charge fees set for all applications. Revenues generated by these fees would go directly to a maximum reserve fund, which keeps the office of the lion’s share of the money instead to channel a large part in the Congress, as was the norm.

Proponents say the extra revenue will give the USPTO more power to nibble the delay of about 700,000 patent applications, while a new system will help eliminate third challenge patents that would never have approved of the first place. Opponents, meanwhile, criticized the bill for not eliminate diversion at all costs (an amendment that would have placed tighter restrictions was finally killed, for fear it would jeopardize the passage of the proposed law), with Washington Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell questioning the impact of legislation on small business, calling it a great gift company patents that tramples on the rights of small inventors. But Senator Patrick Leahy, a Democrat Vermont, which sponsored the project, argued that approval yesterday marks a major turning point in history and U.S. Patent Policy:

Creativity that drives our economic engine has made America the world leader in invention and innovation. America invented legislation will ensure that inventors, large and small to maintain the competitive advantage that has put America at the height of global innovation. This is landmark legislation. It is good policy.

America invented law will now make its way to the office of President Obama, which is expected to receive his signature. For more information on legislation, see the links below.

The startup time of Windows 8 to be drastically reduced, showed off the video

Watch the video above closely, because you might just miss the point: according to the latest post on building blog MSDN Windows 8, Microsoft next-gen desktop OS will see a huge thank you improved startup time with intelligent technology. Instead of closing both the user session and the session of the nucleus in a ruling traditional Windows 8 will be to preserve the session of the kernel on the disk, creating a hiberfile which is much smaller than traditional Windows hibernation – see diagram after the break for a clearer picture. The result is an incredibly fast system start – even with the battery removed to begin with – who claims to be 30 to 70 percent faster than most systems tested by Microsoft. We are eager to test this feature on a SSD, but until then, head on the MSDN blog for the full technical explanation.

Apple criticized for not blocking stolen Certs

CWmike writes A security researcher has criticized Apple for lagging behind with its response to the fiasco DigiNotar certificate. He urged the company to quickly update Mac OS X to protect users. We are looking for some very serious issues [about the trust on the Web] and it does not help matters when Apple is dragging its feet, said Paul Henry, a security analyst and forensic science with Lumension. Unlike Microsoft, Windows update on Tuesday to block all SSL certificates issued by DigiNotar, Apple has not updated Mac OS X to do the same. Meanwhile, even the Mac OS X users who want to move yourself are paralyzed, Bob McMillan reports, because the OS can not properly revoke digital certificates doubtful.

Amp free WiFi to Auckland for the Rugby World Cup

from: http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/09/auckland-amps-up-free-wifi-for-rugby-world-cup/:

Just in time for play-by-play tweets on the World Cup rugby in New Zealand, Auckand established a fully integrated WiFi network through a network of public transport link. Officials said buses and trains will get free treatment to the Internet , giving passengers a maximum of three sessions of 30 minutes per day from 1 September to 31 October. Powered by Tomizone and sponsored by localist, the network promises 2 – 6 Mbps downloads and is based on point to point around the town using the assets of fiber for backhaul . If that was not enough connectivity, and the sling are CallPlus concoct some free WiFi of their own with a thousand additional hotspots around the city. Hopefully the added infrastructure mean WiFi access for a nominal

year of excellence for tweetage Rugby round up non related. Check the full PR after the break.

Sprint BlackBerry Curve 9350 will be delayed until October

Well, it seems that Sprint will miss tomorrow’s launch date for the BlackBerry Curve 9350 . A representative of the Network now confirmed the news to us today, stating that the phone will not arrive until next month due to unforeseen circumstances. Although the company has yet to announce a new target date, the anonymous informant, who had originally uncovered the story tells Phone Arena to expect a second arrival in October. Seeing that Sprint already sells two BlackBerry models that are significantly better than the 9350 curve, we hope that you will not lose sleep over the revelation. However, if you have a personal grudge against touch screens, you’d better reset to count down, starting … now.

Patent reform bill passes Senate

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First accepted nephorm sender writes The Senate passed the first major overhaul of patent law in the nation in more than half a century from America Invent Law The law has received overwhelming approval in a 89-9 vote From the article: .. The Invent America Act switches of the patent system in the United States from a first-to-invent to a first nation to a file. It also establishes a new system of patent examination and give the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office more flexibility to set and pass the fees paid by inventors to obtain patents and companies to register trademarks.

Booktrack Adds Music and sound effects to electronic books

Zothecula wrote There is no doubt that the soundtrack can significantly enhance the immersiveness and the emotional impact of movies and TV programs. But some audio accompaniment can do the same for books? New York City-based startup Booktrack think so and released an IOS software – an application with Android also on how -.. adding sound to eBooks As the user reads, they can hear the ambient background noise relevant to the current setting of the book, specific sound effects synchronized with the text as it is read, and music, but a soundtrack to ‘boost the reader’s imagination and commitment as the company claims, or does it just create another distraction to overcome when diving into a book on the bus on the way home ?

Samsung High Fidelity app GPS position gives a boost Russian Mango

Using GPS on your phone to guide you through the city streets can sometimes be a painful experience, especially in hot spots of the signal (or when there is a breeze). Fortunately, there is a fantasy novel solution – for some of you at least. Position fidelity is an application specifically for Samsung Mango phones that supercharges the GPS module with two updates to help position. The first uses the onboard accelerometer and compass to help guide the device Windows 7 itself on congested city streets. The second is that it will now access GLONASS – the Russian equivalent of GPS – find your position a few feet. Once installed, the app is only visible in the settings menu, where you need to activate it. We can also expect to see more GLONASS in the future, since the Russian import taxes imposing about 25 percent on any device that is incompatible with the standard Soviet and manufacturers do not want to take a blow of this magnitude on a characteristic that they can use. WP7.5 Samsung owners who want any excuse to celebrate the triumph of Gagarin, Sputnik and Laika can find the software available on the source link below.

Robopocalypse coming to a theater near you, Spielberg to nip in PG

The Robopocalypse is coming – just not in the way you would have feared . DreamWorks and Twentieth Century Fox joined forces to film-making to revive Daniel H. Wilson fiction (for now) are a literary future, apocalyptic robot-barred . The studios have taken a guy named Steven Spielberg behind the camera to film this story in custody, and the plan to scare the bejeezus out of us all when he designs 3 July 2013 – that if we do since the end of the world maya. No casting has been mentioned in the announcement, we will continue to cross your fingers in the hope of some day couch jumper show and the movie star-turned-pilot did not join the blockbuster fear.

Vestel, Extent bring games to Android televisions, with ‘all-you-can-eat subscription service

Just last week Vestel was busy showing his BitTorrent Certified television , and now the company is partnering with Scope to deliver Android games to your television – and do it your self by playing a free buffet background. Described as the first all-you-can-eat TV service subscription Android game, GameTanium allows users to Smart Box Vestel set-top box to access a range of enhanced TV games from the comfort of their living room, using their Android phones as controllers. In addition, the service allows them to switch between their PC, mobile phone, tablet or TV without losing their place in a game. The service will be started this week at IBC , but if this ad has left you hungry for more, there’s always the Golden Corral. PR Full awaits you and your belly after the break.

Tursion TS-102 is a computer disguised as an Android pico projector

This pico projector is more than meets the eye. Under the bland, plastic outside Tursion TS-102 is actually a dual-core computer for Android. This pair of 624MHz core pushes surprisingly outdated Flash through a light that can project an image of 800 x 600 up to 100 inches in size at 20 lumens. While you can connect the TS-102 to another device, it is not necessary. It is capable of displaying media stored on the 8GB internal flash memory or a microSD card, and you can navigate with the applications built-in touchpad. Tack on a Wi-Fi radio and a rechargeable battery in 80 minutes and you have the makings of a pretty impressive little toy. You can order your own now at Amazon, but the luxury of owning your own pocket, large computer screen (and bragging rights that go with it) will cost you a steep $ 449.

Cricket Samsung intros the vitality of the first to offer Android Music Muve

If executed properly, Muve Music could be a fairly clever. But until now, the all-you-can download music service from Cricket Wireless has been proposed on the Samsung FeaturePhone suede … and that’s it. Fortunately, the vitality of Samsung will come to the rescue as the first prepaid smartphone carrier to provide the beats. We have seen this device before the Admire , which runs on Android 2.3, has a screen 3.5-inch HVGA (480 x 320) display and is powered by a 800MHz processor. The phone also includes a 3.2 megapixel cam, and a 1600 mAh 4 GB microSD card, it may not seem all that tempting, but the price might turn some heads: the vitality will be available for $ 200 – that the contract no, people – and requires a $ 65 plan that will connect with any number of data, voice and music. Sounds like this feature Muve Music arose to life. Follow the break for the full press release.