November 22, 2011
Ice Cream Sandwich WILL get Flash

Adobe has already said it won’t be developing any more versions of the embedded Flash player for mobile devices, and when the first Android 4 device (the Nexus Galaxy) hit the shelves last week it seemed that mobile Flash was already history.

But early adopters should be mollified by the news that Adobe has been telling Pocket Lint that will be releasing one last version of the Flash player, just for them, later this year.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/11/21/flash_android_4/ 

September 30, 2011
We have moved to a new Office

We have moved to a new Office

September 30, 2011
All about FoIP

FoIP (Fax over Internet Protocol) is the technology that enables fax machines to communicate with each other via a packet-based network. FoIP is the logical addition to VoIP (Voice over Internet…

August 16, 2011
Alternatives to MySQL

July 13, 2011
State of the Internet 2011

State of the Internet 2011
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July 7, 2011
Google Leading the Way to a Voice-Activated Future

How Google Is Leading the Way to a Voice-Activated Future

Since 2008, Google has been steadily releasing products that turn voice into text and voice into action. It started with Google Search by Voice for Android, but most recently debuted as an alternative way to search for content on the desktop.

Read More: 
http://mashable.com/2011/07/07/voice-technology-google/ 

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July 5, 2011
Google To Re-brand Blogger and Picasa to integrate with Google+

EXCLUSIVE: Google To Retire Blogger & Picasa Brands in Google+ Push
Say goodbye to the Picasa and Blogger names: Google intends to retire several non-Google name brands and rename them as Google products.

The move is part of a larger effort to unify its brand for the public launch of Google+, the search giant’s social initiative. 

Read More:
http://mashable.com/2011/07/05/google-blogger-picasa-rebranding/

July 4, 2011
Spam Decreased 82.22% Over The Past Year

On July 2010 when approximately 230 billion spam messages were in circulation each day, accounting for 90% of all email traffic. This has now declined to 39.2 billion messages per day, accounting for only 7.29% of all email. 

annotated graph of spam volume

Graph of spam volume, global estimated spam sent, billions of messages per day, 15th June 2010 to 14th June 2011.

Source: 
Symantec

June 24, 2011
Brain-like computing a step closer to reality


Artist’s concept. Researchers have demonstrated simultaneous information processing and storage using phase-change materials. This new technique could revolutionize computing by making computers faster and more energy-efficient, as well as making them more closely resemble biological 

June 23, 2011
Managed Co-location: What are the Benefits?

As your business grows there comes a time when the basic infrastructure you started with needs to be upgraded. This is specially true of businesses that manage big amounts of web…

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