Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft said, “What happens when Microsoft Office meets the cloud?”
You get Office 365. CEO Steve Ballmer endorsed latest cloud product of Microsoft at an occasion in New York City.
It places applications including Outlook, Excel and Sharepoint into an online format, which means users could access the software from any device that links to the Web.
The service is a big move to defend Microsoft Office, the most profitable product of the company.
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The latest myTouch 4G Slide of T-Mobile has been announced, claiming that the HTC-built handset sports the most higher camera accessible in any smartphone.
The myTouch 4G Slide camera marks a broad opening lens (f/2.2), a dual-LED flash, and zero shutter lag so users could be secure they are getting the exact time when they snap a picture. The camera as well features a SweepShot panorama mode for capturing a panorama in a single motion, ClearShot HDR for high-contrast lighting shots, and a burst mode for capturing action. The camera could as well shoot 1080p high-definition video and . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Launches myTouch 4G Slide
The young programming whiz and hacker, George Hotz or Geohot, was hired by Facebook, according to the reports.
Hotz is the computer expert who came up with a means of cracking Sony Playstations. He was also indirectly the reason of hacker attacks on Sony that purchased its online gaming network to its knees, because of the serious handed legal bullying of Sony. He has a lot more sedate occupation working at Facebook.
It was corroborated from the company that the young hacker is already working there in Facebook. On the other hand, Facebook ended short of saying what he is up to.
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Per Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project has conducted a study which revealed that most of the adults in the US have E-readers as compared to tablets.
The proportion of the US grown-ups possessing an E-reader has become twice from 6% to 12% between November 2010 and May 2011.
The owners are mostly adults younger than 65 years old and those living in households with incomes of not below $75,000.
Kristen Purcell, Associate Director of Research at the Pew Research Center said, “These findings come from a survey conducted from April . . . → Read More: More Adults in US Own E-readers Than Tablets
Scientists turned into a surprising conclusion when a 43-foot gray whale was spotted off the Israeli town of Herzliya previous year. The conclusion: It should have wandered across the usually icebound route beyond Canada, where warm weather had temporarily opened a clear channel three years before.
Scientists have as well discovered planktons in the North Atlantic where it had not existed for at least 800,000 years.
The whale’s odyssey, whose species lives in the Pacific, and the amazing look of the plankton points out a migration of species through the Northwest Passage, a perturbing indication of how global warming is . . . → Read More: Climate Change and Global Warming Cause Oceanic Migrations