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