Friday, December 27, 2013

Top 10 Most Helpful Websites For IT Students


The IT industry is one of the fastest growing fields in human history. Dozens of jobs that exist today were actually non-existent a few years ago. The pace is so alert that education cannot keep up with it and it is actualy quite difficult to find universities that cover all the technologies that are currently on the market in terms of both hardware and software. Students and novice PC enthusiasts have only one option and that comes also from the IT world. 10 Helpful Websites For IT Students Click here to read more.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Intel talks up next-gen Itanium: 32nm, 8-core Poulson


Intel ប្រកាស CPU ជំនាន់ថ្មីគឺ Itanium: 32nm, 8-core Poulson
Intel talks up next-gen Itanium: 32nm, 8-core Poulson


It's been a long time since Intel tried to introduce a new Itanium chip. Now Chipzilla is upping the ante -- moving to 32nm process, adding up to four more cores, and tacking on more than one billion additional transistors. Poulson also adds a new feature called Intel Instruction Replay Technology, which adds a buffer for more quickly recovering from errors, allowing the chip to pick up from the last known good instruction instead of having to completely flush the pipeline. Those looking to upgrade will also be happy to hear that the upcoming IA-64 CPU is pin compatible with Tukwila, so customers can simply drop the new processor in to existing systems.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Apple Lawsuit Delays Samsung Galaxy Tab in Australia


បណ្តឹងរបស់ Apple បានពន្យារពេល ដល់ ការចេញលក់ Galaxy Tab របស់ Samsung នៅ អូស្រ្តាលី
Apple Lawsuit Delays Samsung Galaxy Tab Launch in Australia

Samsung has agreed to hold off bringing the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Australia until it resolves its patent lawsuit with Apple, Inc.

Apple and Samsung are battling in court in several jurisdictions, including the U.S., South Korea and now, Australia, over claims that certain Samsung devices — like the Galaxy Tab 10.1 — violate a number of Apple patents. Samsung has countersued Apple over some of these claims.

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple filed an additional injunction in Australia, claiming that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 violates 10 Apple patents.

Businessweek goes on to say that Samsung has agreed to stop advertising the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia and says it will not sell the device until it gets approval from the court. Samsung had been advertising the device since July 20, which was the reason Apple requested an injunction.

Although Apple’s claims in Australia are based on the U.S. version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung says that the Australian version will be different. Samsung will provide Apple with samples of the Australian version at least seven days before distributing the tablet to market, according to Businessweek.

The center of Apple’s arguments against Samsung — as well as HTC — is around the “look and feel” of competitor devices. Apple claims that the industrial design and behavior of the various Android OS skins that Samsung and HTC use in their products are too similar to Apple’s iOS line of devices.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Angry Birds Maker Sued for Patent Violation

ម្ចាស់ហ្គេម Angry Birds ត្រូវចោទប្តឹងពីបទបំពានលើកម្មសិទ្ធិបញ្ញា
Angry Birds Maker Sued for Patent Violation


Rovio, maker of the very popular hit multi-platform game Angry Birds, is being sued by U.S. firm Lodsys for patent violations, the Telegraph reports.

Lodsys claims that the Finnish companyRovio violated its patents, which cover the methods for purchasing new levels inside the Angry Birds game.

The European patent system requires that software inventions exhibit some physical effect from patentability, while the U.S. patent system is more lenientax, allowing for purely idea-based software patents.

According to the Telegraph, several European game developers have given up on launching their games in the U.S., and some are considering withdrawing games from the U.S. market due to patent claims by Lodsys.

Angry Birds is downloaded more than 1 million times per day. Originally a mobile game, it quickly spread onto many platforms, including browsers and consoles, and its success has prompted Rovio to even consider an IPO.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

RIM’s Blackberry Bold 9790 Tutorial Videos Leaked

កម្មវិធីបង្រៀន តាមវីដេអូ នៃទូរស័ព្ទ Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio របស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន RIM ត្រូវបានបែកធ្លាយមកក្រៅ
RIM’s Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio tutorial videos leaked


RIM’s soon-to-be-launched Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio has beendampened again ahead of its launch with its tutorial video’s being leaked. The videos reveal aspects of its updated BlackBerry OS 7.0, which is touch-capable and may function similarly to iOS and Android. In the first tutorial video, users are shown how to create their own wallpaper in a process that touchscreen smartphone users will be very familiar with.

When the Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio arrives, it is expected to have 8GB of internal memory, the abovementioned touchscreen as well as an integrated NFC chip for credit card-less payments. No information has yet surfaced about its processor, screen size or resolution.

Friday, August 12, 2011

LinkedIn Revamps Profiles for Students

LinkedIn កែទម្រង់ Profile ថ្មី សម្រាប់ និស្សិត
LinkedIn Revamps Profiles for Students




Entering the working world with a degree and a smile can be a challenging task for many students, which is why LinkedIn has added new profile sections specifically targeted toward students.
 
Now, future interns can add a variety of accomplishments to their profile, letting prospective employers know that they have more experience and expertise.
New profile sections include: projects, honors and awards, organizations, test scores and courses. Students can add these sections by going to their profiles in edit mode and clicking the “add sections” bar.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Sony offers dual-USB bus-powered slim optical superdrive

Sony ចេញនូវ ម៉ាស៊ីន អ៊ុបទិក ខ្នាតតូច ប្រើប្រព័ន្ធខ្សែ dual-USB ដ៏ទំនើប
Sony offers dual-USB bus-powered slim optical superdrive


Sony Optiarc America has brought out the USB2 slim portable DVD superdrive as a supplement to notebooks, netbooks and desktop computers. The unit can burn dual-layer DVD+R at 8x, regular DVD+R and RW media at 6x and CD-R and RW at 24x speeds (it can also handle DVD-RAM at 5x). The unit requires two USB2 ports to power the burning speeds, and works with both Windows (XP and higher) and Mac operating systems.

The drive comes with Nero 10 for Windows (the Mac does not require additional burning software), and the dual-USB cord integrate in a cable duct for easy storage. The unit weights 11.4 ounces and measures 5.37 inches x 0.75 inches x 5.98 inches. It will be available later this month at all electronics and Sony resellers and should retail for $70.

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