Apple’s iPad makes a killer Web browser, gaming platform and virtual map, but it is really a superior way to read a book compared to e-readers like Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook? We stack the two types of book alternatives side by side to see what each offers the digital bookworm.
"Gwangyang Bay Area Free Economic Zone (GFEZ) Authority is striving to offer more incentives to foreign investors as part of its effort to attract more foreign investment and stimulate the free economic zone," a top official of the authority said.
Kim Si Hyang, who used to known as one of the most famous racing models in Korea, is now making a move into acting even though there is nothing major yet so far. She introduced her nude pictures since Jan and her photos became top search on the web. Her agency stated that she will work her way up to the top of the big screen.
SEOUL, KOREA — It has often been said of the smartest criminals that if they were to put their talents into positive endeavors, they would become great successes. The statement may be true for North Korean hackers as well.
There might be a new "iPad killer" and it is called WePad, which is developed in Germany. The German maker of the new tablet is setting out to rival Apple's iPad with the promise of greater sophisticated technology. Neofonie GmbH says, "The WePad outperforms the iPad by sporting a bigger screen, a webcam and USB ports for connecting printers and other devices."
The Muslim market is emerging as a new global target for international corporations. With a population of about 1.6 billion, the Muslim market represents a high level of economic power, population growth, and prospensity to consume based on its rich natural resources, which explains why this region became an alluring marketplace for many big corporations.
Apple announced their next operating system for the iPhone today, iPhone OS 4.0. The new OS will bring the long awaited ability to multitask (run multiple apps at once) to the phone. It will however leave iPhone 2G and 3G owners out in the cold as multitasking will only be supported on iPhone 3GS models. Other features of the new OS include an improved Mail application, home screen folders, iBooks, and a social gaming network called "Game Center."
AEES 2009 in Shanghai - The Asia Electronics Exhibition (AEES 2009) has opened at the New Internation Expo Center in Shanghai, China with the catch phrase "Asia Leads the Digital Future!" The opening ceremony was held at the entrance of Venue with a lot of crowds.
"My mother said she bought 10-year-old Ganjang when she got married. And it was when I was in middle school, that is, when the Ganjang became 25 year old, that one day I was too sick to go to school but as soon as my mother cooked me some rice and mixed it with that Ganjang, I suddenly got much better and could go to school!"
SEOUL, KOREA – A hundred years of Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) cannot measure up to the recent ten years of the Display market’s rapid improvement. Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) have dominated the global display market with over 80% share, replacing CRT with the benefits of less power consumption, smaller size, high definition and less electromagnetic wave.
Currently Apple is selling its iPad at the starting price of $499. As a small computing device, it has many features; however, it is cutting into the e-reading market through its iBooks feature.
A popular e-reader, Amazon's Kindle, is known for its thin book-like appearance and simple features. It has a current affordable price starting at $139. This device takes the experience of reading and cuts down on the bulk of the book.
There is no doubt that every day we are contaminating our environment with everything we own from plastic bottles to vehicles. Technology produced these products and for the most part in an unclean way. Does this mean that technology is a nightmare to our environment? At first glance, it would appear to be; however, we must further our insight and analyze the different ways technology interacts with the environment.
Melbourne, 19th October 2009 - According to Ovum, the global analyst and consulting company, IT services providers, particularly those offering systems integration (SI) services, need to adopt new strategies and approaches to ensure that the trend toward cloud computing services does not negatively impact their business.
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