Back when Windows 8 was first presented by Steven Sinofsky, Microsoft said that it is working with several manufacturers to have tablets ready at Windows 8 launch. As we are approaching the date for Windows 8 Release Preview, rumors about the first Windows 8 tablets for businesses appear.
A week before the big event Samsung Galaxy S3 receives another leaked photo.
Some of us might be annoyed by all the rumors and leaked pictures showing different design versions of the new Samsung Galaxy S3. But, since they do not stop coming, we can just pull the conclusion that there are people which love to read about them.
That’s the only explanation we have for all these leaked pictures and rumors. And also this is the only way that we can motivate the appearance of a new photo showing a presumed Galaxy S3.
Even though the iPad can be literally purchased from anywhere in the world with the help of sites like e-Bay or Amazon, Apple made it available officially in several countries only now. We recently received news about the new iPad being released in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Montenegro for Eastern Europe countries and in Asian countries like Thailand or India.
Google fans and tech enthusiasts will be pleased to find out that Google has officially released yesterday a competitor to Microsoft’s SkyDrive and to Apple’s iCloud storage solutions, the Google Drive. With the new service from Google, Google Drive, you can now store your files in the cloud, share them with your friends or even edit documents stored there.
A couple of hours ago we informed you about the SkyDrive client officially being released by Microsoft for several platforms, including Mac OS X Lion. With SkyDrive, you no longer have to worry about syncing your files to a thumb drive before leaving home as you can save them right from the start on your online storage drive, accessible from anywhere anytime.
Microsoft’s approach on cloud computing for the general public is called SkyDrive, which now has an official client released. Right from the start I have to say that SkyDrive client is back-words compatible with several operating systems from Microsoft, including Windows Vista SP2 and Windows Server SP2.
As you would expect from a new technology or software, it will come with built in support for Windows 8 (including a dedicated Metro app), even though the SkyDrive client will be used at launch mainly on Windows 7.
Leaked video with Samsung Galaxy S3 specifications has shown up in Vietnam.
If the new iPad 3 has been presented by a Vietnamese website before its release date, it is now time for the new Samsung Galaxy S3 to be introduced in a similar way. On 3rd of May Samsung will introduce the new device in London. But until then, some guys in Vietnam look like they have taken a quick look to the specifications of the new Galaxy S3.
New Samsung Galaxy S3 Leaked photos are coming from Gizmodo Brasil.
Until now we have received a lot of presumed leaked photos featuring the Samsung Galaxy S3. However, most of them did not look so genuine and they were provided a long time before the Korean based company had even announced their intention to release this new smartphone.
As has happened with all generations of Apple’s mobile devices, the possible creation of an iPad mini comes again to light as a rumor. We heard people talking here and there about this iPad mini but the idea of the Cupertino company creating a 7 inch tablet was never 100% believable as Steve Jobs had always been against it. He once said that “there are clear limits on how close you can place things on a touch screen, which is why we think 10 inch is the minimum screen size to create great tablet apps.”
Freedom as we know it, the same type that has allowed the creation and the existence of the internet for three decades is now threatened by the action of “powerful forces” that want to control it, declared one of the co-founders of Google, Sergey Brin.
In an interview with the newspaper “The Guardian”, Brin warns that these “forces” have lined up against the freedom offered by the internet and acknowledges that he is more concerned than ever and that he is scared to even think about the current situation. He explains that the threat for internet freedom comes from governments seeking to control… Continue to Sergey Brin Attacks Facebook And Apple - Is The Google Co-Founder Right?