Posts Tagged ‘Capability’


Want More From Your Iphone? Try These Suggestions!

Is there anyone without an iphone nowadays? It is unarguably the most popular phone on the market, but it takes some skill to use it correctly. Keep reading to master your iphone. You will advance to iphone expert before you know it with the tips in the article below.

Would you like to take better pictures with the camera in your phone? You can take a lot of pictures using your iphone. With frequent downloads to your home computer, you can snap virtually unlimited images. When you use the iphone camera, you do not have to buy a digital camera.

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Microsoft Kinect Motion-Sensing Technology Coming to Laptops, Sources Say

If Kinect capability does arrive in laptops, you may soon be able to control programs with the wave of your hand.



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Trendnet showcases first 802.11ac products at CES 2012


The new 802.11 AC wireless router TEW-811DR from Trendnet.

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Trendnet)

Trendnet, a vendor of affordable and green networking products, announced today the first 802.11ac networking products to be showcased at CES 2012.


The Trendnet 802.11ac TEW-800MB media bridge shares the same design as existing wireless N bridge from the vendor.

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Amazon sweetens Prime with Kindle book lending

Is Amazon Prime the best deal in tech? It just may be: Amazon now offers the capability for customers to loan out over 5,000 books for their Kindle or Kindle Fire devices. The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library will allow for one book per month to be lent out, and there are no due dates.

To borrow a new book, the Kindle user “returns” the title on their device by lending out a new book: the older book will disappear.

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One day before iCloud and iOS 5, Apple drops iTunes 10.5

The attention of Apple fans has been focused on the imminent release of iPhone 4S on October 14, but before that there is iCloud and iOS 5 — tomorrow. To make the most of both, a new version of iTunes is needed.  iTunes 10.5 includes iCloud support as well as a number of other important additions.

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Mobile Learning Toolkit

Author: 
Parker, Jenni

Publication Date: 
Jul 2011

Publication Type: 
Report/White paper

Abstract: 

The mobile learning toolkit is the result of research into mobile phone use and user needs within the African context, however it has been developed for use in all developing contexts. It is intended as a “trainer’s toolkit” that can help deliver a wide range of training activities both inside and outside of the classroom.

 

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BlackBerry phones to gain Android compatibility

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In what is likely an effort to stave off any further erosion in market share, RIM is said to be planning to add Android app capability to phones running its new QNX software, according to those close to the company.

The first QNX phones are expected in 2012: RIM’s PlayBook was the first to ship with the operating system in April of this year. Adding Android support to QNX-based phones should not be surprising: there is already support in the PlayBook for Android apps.

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Are Your Apps Trustworthy? 6 Questions to Ask

Smartphones (iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Symbian) and many feature phones allow you to download and install mobile applications (“apps”). Apps do many useful things. However, some apps (and other types of software, such as your mobile operating system) can also present security risks. These include:

  • Apps and other software may have access to information stored on or generated by your phone.

  • Apps and other software may have the ability to transmit this information using your phone’s Internet connection.

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Foxit PDF Reader 5 better fits with Office 2010 and Windows 7

By Nick Peers

The software now boasts XFA electronic form-filling capability, the ability to fit a document to the width of the page and split the screen into two or four panes, and a redesigned interface that includes an option to mimic the ribbon used in Office and Windows 7.

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Light bulbs to be connected to WiFi

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In a step to make our homes and energy use as eco-friendly as possible, a company based in the Netherlands called NXP has created Greenchip technology to be used in WiFi connected light bulbs.

The technology and WiFi capability will allow you to turn off lights from any computer also hooked up to the same connection and they’re not standard light bulbs either, but compact fluorescents and LED bulbs which require less energy.

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