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Samsung Group scored a victory over rival Apple Inc in their long-running dispute over mobile device patents after a US trade agency issued an order banning older but still-popular Apple products like iPhones and iPads from the US market.

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled on Tuesday that the Silicon Valley giant had infringed on a patent owned by Samsung Electronics that involves the ability of devices to transmit multiple services simultaneously and correctly through 3G wireless technology.

The independent federal agency slapped a ban on the import

Apple's smartwatch leapt to the lead in wearable computing on strong sales of it. (A market survey shows)


Apple smartwatch silver and golden
The survey released Thursday by Strategy Analytics showed Apple grabbed a 15.9% share of the wearables market in the first quarter.
While Apple does not release sales figures for its Apple Watch, the estimate by Strategy Analytics showed a 59% jump in sales from a year earlier, with 3.5 million units sold in the first three months of the year."The new Apple Watch Series 2 is selling relatively well in the US, UK and elsewhere, due to enhanced styling, intensive marketing and a good retail presence," said Strategy Analytics executive director Neil Mawston.
iPad with iOS 11

Apple's iOS 11 brings lot of new features to iPad users such as handy apps dock for quick navigation between apps and implement extra features for the use of Apple's Pencil with iPad iOS11. Now I am revealing some great and hidden features of iOS 11 for Apple's iPad.

Apple's iPad getting advance day by day, its upgraded hardware meeting with latest technology make iPad better and more better with every passing year.

In 2017, Apple pushed out iOS 11, its best software to date. This latest release is especially lovely news for iPad owners as the tablet has received a lot of attention, with a revamped interface to help speed up everyday operation.

Apple iOS 11.1 New Emoji
Apple on Friday revealed the new emoji that will be making their way to iOS 11.1 coming later this year. With thousands of emoji available on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac.

New emoji include Woman with Headscarf, Bearded Person and Breastfeeding, and food items such as Sandwich and Coconut. More animals and mythical creatures like T-Rex, Zebra, Zombie and Elf are a fun way to describe situations and new Star-Struck and Exploding Head smiley faces make any message more fun.

Why former Apple CEO Steve Jobs cried in front of his co-workers?

A formal CEO Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs - as brilliant as he was - is sometimes remembered for his not-so-nice side. For example, he often told his engineers, "This is s---" when reviewing their work, according to Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve.

But former Apple chief executive John Sculley, 76, says that was just one side of Steve. "So many of the movies and portrayals of Steve Jobs just focus on the 'bad boy' Steve, or the idea that he wasn't perfect," Sculley said. "But they don't explain why so many people loved working for him as difficult as he was, and the reason is because he was an incredibly emotional person."


The biggest difference between iOS and Android has always been simple: Apple makes its own phones, operating system and cloud back-end, and sells essentially a single model of phone and a single model of tablet. By contrast, Google drives an open-source mobile platform, which is supported by a rich network of competing hardware makers who innovate on
Its time for Augmented Reality(AR) to shine.

When Google announced its Daydream View headset last year, it was a sign that the search giant was ready to take VR to the masses. It's dabbled in VR before with Cardboard, but the View was a much more serious effort, with its fabric-clad design and user-friendly remote. Which is why it's such a surprise that Google didn't really spend a lot of time on VR at its Pixel 2 event. The company mentioned the new Daydream View -- now in colors! -- but didn't really say much more beyond that. Instead, Google was much more excited to talk about something else: AR.

Some tough questions that was asked in interview at  top most  companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft Twitter, and others.

google interview
image credit: alltechbuzz.net
  • Google - Administrative Assistant.Question: If you were given a box of pencils, list 10 things you could do with them that are not their traditional use.
  • Google - Project Manager.Question: You want to design a phone for deaf people — how do you do it?
  • Apple - Intern
    Question: What's the most creative way you can break a clock?
BY NERMIN HAJDARBEGOVIC - TECHNICAL EDITOR @ TOPTAL

What do chip makers like AMD, ARM, Samsung, MediaTek, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments have in common? Well, apart from the obvious similarities between these chip-making behemoths, they also happen to be founders of the HSA Foundation. What’s HSA, and why does it need a foundation backed by industry heavyweights?
In this post I will try to explain why HSA could be a big deal in the near future, so I’ll start with the basics: What is HSA and why should you care?
HSA stands for Heterogeneous System Architecture, which sounds kind of boring, but trust me, it could become very exciting, indeed. HSA is essentially a set of standards and specifications designed to allow further integration of CPUs and GPUs on the same bus. This is not an entirely new concept; desktop CPUs and mobile SoCs have been employing integrated graphics and using a single bus for years, but HSA takes it to the next level.
Same load, different architectures: CPUs and GPUs excel at different tasks. What happens when they start sharing the load, with no developer input?
Same load, different architectures: CPUs and GPUs excel at different tasks. 
What happens when they start sharing the load, with no developer input?

Google on Monday reported that its Chrome program for Windows was being updated, coordinating its Chrome Cleanup device to expel destructive programming. The new device does not supplant any broadly useful antivirus, and rather, utilizes a discovery motor created by IT security organization ESET for Chrome's sandbox, with the point of conveying a more secure perusing knowledge. The inherent device, which is currently taking off to Chrome for Windows, won't be accessible on Chrome for macOS or Linux.

Highlights

  • Chrome Cleanup tool was previously standalone for Windows
  • It is now integrated into the Chrome browser
  • The update is now rolling out to Windows users
HACKERS can target almost ANY smart device around the world thanks to a vulnerability in WPA2 Wi-Fi security. Here's everything you should know about this threat.

By DION DASSANAYAKE
PUBLISHED: 09:20, Tue, Oct 17, 2017 | UPDATED: 09:20, Tue, Oct 17, 2017


Apple iOS, Windows, Android and any smart device that uses Wi-Fi are all at risk of an attack, cybersecurity experts have warned today.

The newly discovered KRACK exploit affects the WPA2 security protocol, a standard for Wi-Fi security used on almost every Wi-Fi router.

In theory it allows a hacker within range of a Wi-Fi network to read passwords, credit card numbers and photos sent over the internet.  

Other sensitive information that can be obtained thanks to this exploit is chat app messages and e-mails.

Top 10 simple tools for developing mobile application

Android Develop

Alpha Anywhere
Alpha Anywhere is a database-oriented, rapid app development tool that shines at creating Web and hybrid mobile apps that work offline. It allows developers to build good apps quickly, with surprisingly solid performance and nativelike look and feel.

Alpha Anywhere’s SQL database support is especially strong because it allows you to use the native SQL dialects of each database if you wish, or you can go with Alpha’s Portable SQL facility, which will emit the appropriate native SQL for the current database connection. Alpha’s support for offline mobile operation is also quite complete. It reduces the development of data conflict resolution logic to a few clicks.

Open Whisper Systems back in December unveiled a new private messaging app for users named Signal for desktops. The app was initially available to limited users in beta. Now, the company has announced that the Signal Desktop beta is now public available.
Apple
Signal is a Chrome app which can be linked to the smartphone. This means that all incoming and outgoing messages will be displayed consistently on all connected devices. According to the company, Signal's conversations are end-to-end encrypted, and include private group, text, picture, and video messages. 

AR Component to physical book

The mind at its laziest sees the old—books in print—and the new—the digital universe—as opposites, in an either-or historic transition from one to the other. Goodbye, brick and mortar book shops, hello, Kindle. Reading words on paper with binding, so yesterday. Reading the same words off a screen, so now.

One distributed industry reaction is that everybody advantages if there is a converging of computerized and print for learning and also amusement.

Distributed Perspectives, an exchange diary for the book distributed industry, reported that specialist Bruce Harris voiced energy for the part of enlarged reality (AR) in distributed, saying there was potential in "a genuine amalgamation of computerized and print."

Connecting your smartphone to the web with just a lamp—that is the promise of Li-Fi, featuring Internet access 100 times faster than Wi-Fi with revolutionary wireless technology.


Source: phys.org
French start-up Oledcomm demonstrated the technology at the Mobile World Congress, the world's biggest mobile fair, in Barcelona. As soon as a smartphone was placed under an office lamp, it started playing a video.
The big advantage of Li-Fi, short for "light fidelity", is its lightning speed.
Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of over 200 Gbps—fast enough to "download the equivalent of 23 DVDs in one second", the founder and head of Oledcomm, Suat Topsu, told AFP.

SRC: Android Headline
If you have a song stuck in your head and can’t remember the name or lyrics, Xiaomi will allow you to hum the tune in their smartphones and will hopefully, be able to identify it! The company has reportedly began beta testing the function amongst a number of thousand customers and depending on this trial, the company is said to add the performance to all of its handsets in March, in partnership with a Beijing-based firm ACRCloud.



Now, customize your Win 8, Win 8.1 and Update with full customizable theme "Snow Leopard".
This theme contains 3 different visual styles which customize your Windows.

Download Theme Patcher for Win 8,  Win 8.1(Required for applying 3rd party theme)
Download Snow Leopard Theme(Compressed size: 2.6MB)
  1. Download the best version from Hakintosh Zone.
    Installing with DVD:
    Yosemite: Download Yosemite 10.10.1 ISO Torrent.zip from here
    Mavericks: Download  Niresh - 10.9 - Mavericks ISO Version.zip from here
  2. Burn on DVD
  3. Restart computer/laptop and boot with DVD Rom
  4. When boot menu appear simply press enter,  if it restart after displaying apple logo,.,. then reboot system and before striking enter write: amd (if your cpu is amd)
    OR write: xpcm-free (if your cpu is intel)
    AND PRESS ENTER.
  5. When installer come,. click on continue,., after that goto UTILITIES and select disk utility.
  6. Choose a pratition where you want to install,. and then click on erase disk using "Mac OS X Extended(Journaled)". Close the Disk Utility
  7. Accept the Agreement, Choose the disk for installation and wait for 30-50 minutes.
  8. After installing if you have any problem then goto ALL IN ONE PROBLEM SOLUTION PAGE.
Note: Install at your own risk

About a week and a half ago at the Google I/O conference, everyone was anticipating that Google would announce a Nexus-branded tablet during the show, and they did just that with the unveiling of the Nexus 7. But Google surprised a lot of folks by announcing a new Android-based media-streaming device, the Nexus Q, hot on the heels of the tablet. And while the Nexus 7 seems to offer great value for the money, the Nexus Q is a bit harder to figure out.

Designed to be controlled from your Android
Syllable Logo
Syllable is a volunteer project that is developing a family of easy to use computer operating systems. An operating system is the basic software that makes a computer do things. Every computer, and basically every electronic device that is a computer nowadays, needs one. The application programs that you use to get things done need an operating system, so they don't each have to reinvent the wheel.
Beyond knowing that your computer needs an operating system, like you need air to breathe, why should you care? We think that ideally, you shouldn't. Computers are now part of modern day life. You use them for all sorts of things you want to do. Application programs provide the functionality you need. Operating systems should provide the services that applications need to make the machine do their thing, but should otherwise get out of the way as much as possible. Many computer devices have almost become invisible, in your microwave and coffee machine for example, and so should operating systems.
And here lies the rub. Coffee machines and other special-purpose devices usually succeed in doing what you want, but many people can't escape the feeling that their personal computers are often working against them. Yet they are based on the same technology as the little computers that are helpful all during the day. Personal computers are far more powerful machines, so they should also be far more helpful, shouldn't they? Well, sometimes they are, but often they are not.


Syllable is still being developed, but it is already relatively stable and mature, including the following features:
  • Operating system optimised for desktop computers.
  • Easy to use graphical work environment with consistent, simple but powerful interface. Text console emulation is available as extra within the graphical environment.
  • High response speed to user input, even under load.
  • Fast start-up (under ten seconds on modern computers) and shut-down (around five seconds).
  • Based on the AtheOS operating system. Modular. Multi-user. Memory protection. Pre-emptive. Kernel threading. Excellent support for SMP and multi-core systems. Originally inspired by AmigaOS.
  • Under development. Usability depends on your requirements.
Requirements
  • Runs on Intel-compatible PCs in 32-bits mode.
  • Minimum requirements are a Pentium processor and 32 MB memory. (To use the web browser you need some more memory, and 64 MB is needed for the Live CD).
  • Base installation takes around 250 MB disk space, including a collection of applications.
  • Hardware support is not bad, but not comprehensive, either. Support for a range of common hardware devices, including video, network and sound cards, USB devices, printers and scanners, from manufacturers such as Intel, AMD, 3Com, nVidia, and Creative.
Use
  • Fully automatic hardware detection and redetection when you change hardware.
  • Internet access through an Ethernet network (PPP and PPPoE are not fully supported yet, but are available in a test version).
  • Fast, modern web browser (Webster), based on the Apple WebKit engine, an e-mail application (Whisper) and a number of other native Syllable applications.
  • An integrated multi-media framework based on plug-ins. Plug-ins such as FFMPEG and Ogg Vorbis are included, supporting many audio and video formats.
  • An audio player, a multi-media player and a format conversion tool based on the integrated multi-media framework.
  • Graphical preferences tools for networking, display preferences, user administration, audio stream mixing and volume setting and so forth.
  • A dock and application launcher (like the Windows Start button).
  • A journalled 64-bits file system (AFS), modelled on the BeOS file system. FAT file systems from Windows are also supported, and even the BeOS file system itself. The Windows NTFS and Linux Ext2/3FS formats can be read, but not written yet.
Software management
  • Very easy software installation and management.
  • Drivers and plug-ins are one or two files that can simply be dropped into place.
  • Binary compatibility across Syllable versions: you are not forced to upgrade the system and applications together, but can upgrade them separately when you want to.
  • Binary compatibility for drivers: the kernel has stable ABIs, so you can usually install and upgrade the system and drivers separately if you want to.
  • Easy system updates between Syllable versions, preserving user data and most preference settings.
Software development
  • Self-hosting development environment.
  • An object-oriented, message-passing C++ programming API, modelled on BeOS.
  • Uses the ORCA clone of the REBOL programming language as a high-level semantic layer for communication and scripting.
  • High level of POSIX compliance. We strive to comply 100% where it doesn't compromise the unique features of Syllable's design.
  • Cross-platform development is supported through ORCA, POSIX, the GNU stack and the SDL subsystem.
License
  • The program source code is available, mainly under the GPL and LGPL licenses. The base system is free software, but allows closed-source application programs, without paying royalties. While we prefer open source, Syllable is a platform for both open and closed applications.

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