According to Engadget, Intel executives featured the latest designs at the Computex trade show. Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President said in a statement that Ultrabook will wed the presentation and abilities of a laptop with “tablet-like features” in a “thin, light and elegant design.”
Intel aspires to achieve a 40% share of the consumer laptop market with the “no-compromise” Ultrabook by the last part of 2012. The latest category of mobile PCs will sport form factors below 20mm thick and value below $1000.
The initial Ultrabooks will use the present-generation Sandy Bridge architecture; however, starting . . . → Read More: Intel Ultrabook Ready to Compete with iPad and MacBook Air
The company will reinstate greater part of its services, counting the PlayStation Store, by the last part of the week in the Americas, Europe, and most of Asia.
The exemption will be Qriocity of Sony music service, in any case in the territories Sony has reinstated. Sony as well left its preparations for several of the regions: Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea indeterminate, and said it would give updates as they appear accessible.
The following services will be accessible in the Americas, with the so-named PAL regions, counting Europe: complete functionality on the PlaySation . . . → Read More: Sony Expands its PlayStation Network Services
Twitter is anticipated to pronounce its own photo service that could compete with Twitpic and Flickr.
According to several sources, Twitter is to open its own photo-sharing service to vie with existing services like Twitpic, Yfrog, Instagram and Flickr.
The pronouncement is anticipated this week at the D9 conference in California, where Dick Costolo, the chief executive of the company, will be speaking on Wednesday.
Techrunch, which first reported the plans, said the service perhaps would be provided by means of the website twimg.com, which Twitter has possessed since July 2010.
. . . → Read More: Twitter is Expected to Announce Own Photo-Sharing Service
A narrative proposal: Hide a smartphone inside the back of a tablet, and you could have the best of both worlds. That is what Asus has done with its PadFone, snuggling its latest Android smartphone into a docking bay in the back of its bigger-screened tablet companion, full with a little door that closes behind it, storing the handset secretly.
This may remind us of the Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone. Yet, it is not fairly similar, because Atrix plugs into a laptop-like buddy, containing a keyboard and screen.
At this moment, details of the configuration are . . . → Read More: Asus PadFone Tablet Has a Smartphone Hidden Inside It
This cyber attack did not go after people playing war games. It aimed at a company that assists the military. It was the current aim of an important scythe; the defense contractor and Department of Homeland Security say the hit was thwarted prior to some information were stolen, Lockheed Martin says.
This year a reaction of cyber attack, counting a massive violation at Sony Corporation that affected millions of PlayStation users has encouraged hackers, “2011 has really lit up the boards,” said chief technology officer, Josh Shaul at Application Security.
It noticed the May 21 attack . . . → Read More: Hackers Continue to Attack
A fake story claiming rapper Tupac Shakur was found alive and well was posted by some hackers after penetrating PBS’s website.
The story says: “Prominent rapper Tupac has been found alive and well in a small resort in New Zealand, locals report. The small town – unnamed due to security risks – allegedly housed Tupac and Biggie Smalls (another rapper) for several years.”
LulzSec, the group who also claimed responsibility for the recent SonyMusic attack, said it carried out the hack.
The group posted usernames and messed up passwords for the database administrators . . . → Read More: Hackers: Tupac is Alive and Well
The Apple iPad is set to overcome new area: the cockpits of US-based Alaska Airlines.
The domestic airline proclaimed that it would give the 1.5 pound iPads to their pilots in place of 25 pound paper flight manuals that pilots bring through out every time they fly.
It is first major domestic airline to utilize the iPad rather than paper manuals, according to a statement by Alaska Airlines.
Pilots will be using a “GoodReader” app loaded with PDF files of “41 flight, systems and performance manuals, reference cards, and other materials. The electronic manuals include hyperlinks and color graphics, . . . → Read More: Domestic US Airlines’ Flight Manuals Would Now Be Replaced with iPads