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Simpler Choices: Microsoft announces Windows 7 versions

With the claims of providing simpler choices to their customers, Microsoft has just announced its different versions of Windows 7 officially.

Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Home Premium are the two main versions about which the Software maker looks quite keen to talk about, but you shouldn’t think that only few versions are out there, as there are 5 in UK and 6 worldwide. Aside from that there are some nice implications for netbooks as well.

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Toshiba unveils its TG01 smartphone

Though the World Mobile Conference is still weeks away, Toshiba has shown off its TG01 smartphone to stand out in WMC. The TG01 Snapdragon powered smartphone is being hyped as a true competitor for Apple’s iPhone’s realm.

The TG01 smartphone features a 4.1” touchscreen, VGA resolution and 1GHz Snapdragon processor. You may wonder that it cov

ers all that in just one Cm thickness.

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Expect More? Sony Brings Vein Authentication Technology

Sony has revealed its new vein authentication technology, called Mofiria.

The company says that this new technology is “Compact Sized, High Speed, High Accuracy Finger Vein Authentication Technology”.

This new technology was revealed in this month in Tokyo and is expected to hit UK markets soon. The outcome of the technology cannot be told at this point of time, but it looks like it will be a land mark in technical developments. At this time, Sony has launched the product to ensure ultimate security measures in computing world; to save networked workstations. It might prove helpful in other fields too.

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Samsung Reveals plans For High density memory chip

It has been revealed by Samsung on Thursday that it has developed the first 4-Gb DDR3 PC memory chip.

For this development Samsung has used its 50-nanometer circuit technology. Samsung says that this memory chip will consume less power than the present DDR3 products with high capacity.

DDR3 belongs to the group of SDRAMs technologies, and falls amongst numerous other DRAMs; Dynamic Random Access Memory. If we summarize the technology, DDR3 is an upgraded form of DDR2 SDRM.

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Linux On Acer SSD Version 10-inch Netbook Confirmed

On Friday details of 10 inch Aspire One were given by Acer.
The said netbook is having Windows XP as OS and the hard drive provides 160 GB storage capacity.

It was told on Wednesday by a spokesman of Acer that they are planning to bring the 10 inches Aspire with Linux. He said, Acer Aspire One “will be available with XP or Linux, and HDD or SSD”.

This way it has been confirmed that Linux will be having Linpus distribution. The netbook will have a capacity of 16GB SSD. It is noticeable that the initial versions of this netbook will not be coming with this newly decided feature change.

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Every UK home to have broadband excess by 2012

The UK government says that all homes in UK must have access to faster internet by 2012.

A report on digital future of UK has also planning for public service broadcasting. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown says that in the present era, digital technology is as important as bridges, roads and trains were during 20th century.

However, the Conservatives say that this new report didn’t promise any new action, and according to Lib Dems, it’s nothing but an utterly damp squib. While Culture Secretary Andy Burnham says that it will be quite helpful to have a competitive low carbon economy during the coming 10 years.

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Google Stepping Forward- Check Out Offline Gmail

Gmail coming offline, Google’s recent rollout electrifies users and market giants. The amazing new feature enables users to check their mail even if they are not connected to the web.

Initially this feature is on test basis. The new feature of Gmail has been disclosed on the Google Gmail team blog. It is stated as, “Offline Gmail is still an early experimental feature, so don’t be surprised if you run into some kinks that haven’t been completely ironed out yet.”

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HP ProCurve Spreads Out Adaptive Networks Vision

HP ProCurve at the moment expanded its much hyped adaptive networks vision by making an announcement about the two initiatives that would enable the customers to deal with the quickly altering project data centre needs and perk up the competence of their network applications.

In addition, adding to HP’s wide-ranging knowledge group, HP ProCurve revealed data centre switches along with the management software intended to lend a hand to the customers at subordinate costs, alleviate risks and steer the industry expansion.

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IBM Moves on Research through Cloud Computing

IBM recently came up with the news that it is working in co-ordination with the six universities in order to control IBM Blue Cloud results to accelerate ventures and investigate enterprises that were some time ago inhibited by time, imperfect or engaged resources, or weighed down IT systems.

The Cloud Computing Initiative are driven by three universities and would unlock its cloud network to restricted businesses and industries to experiment functions and complete an assortment of tasks, together with seismic modelling and the examination for oil and gas.

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HP Makes Professional Marketing Services Reasonably Priced for Small Businesses

HP recently announced that it would enable the MarketSplash which would be a one-stop shop that presents the lowest possible prices and the fastest delivery times for the  range of marketing services such as professional quality design as well as the print fulfilment especially to the small businesses.

This MarketSplash launch by HP would follow a victorious beta test with Nestlé Snacks that has recently used the MarketSplash products to manufacture new packaging designs for its unique brands. Americans can now vote for their favourite designs through an online sweepstakes program.

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