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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Windows 8 will have same requirements as Windows 7

Upgrading from one version of Windows to another is not an easy process, especially if you have an old hardware that needs to be upgraded. Since this is quite the problem for many people, Microsoft have decided to go easy with Windows 8 requirements.

As you remember, many people didn’t switch from XP to Vista due to the high system demands of Vista, but it seems that Microsoft has learned its lesson from all of this. According to Microsoft, hardware requirements from the upcoming operating system, Windows 8, won’t be higher than those of Windows 7, so you’re able to run Windows 7, you’ll be able to run Windows 8 on your system without problems. As for Windows 7 requirements, they are 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of hard disk space, and DirectX 9 graphics.
Although Windows 8 will be able to run on your current system, it’s certain that you’ll have better experience if you’re running Windows 8 on a latest hardware. In addition, Microsoft has added a certain level of intelligence to Windows 8, so it will adapt to the user experience based on the hardware of the user, so you’ll get the most of Windows 8 without upgrading.

Fujitsu introduces Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone – the world’s smallest PC

Fujitsu announced their new Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO on the July 23. F-07C is a special devices that combines both basic PC and conventional mobile phone functionality. It’s also the world’s smallest PC that fits into the palm of the user’s hand.

Fujitsu F-07C equipped with Windows 7, 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z600 CPU, a 32GB eMMC SSD, 1GB RAM and a 4-inch LCD display. In addition, it comes with Microsoft Office Personal 2010, which is an essential business tool, and other basic PC functionality.
The smartphone has a 5-megapixel camera on the back and a VGA front-facing shooter. The phone’s battery can support up to 600 hours of standby time and 370 minutes of talk time in mobile phone mode

Keyless Home Entry system lets you unlock your doors with Bluetooth

Unlocking your door can be a problem sometimes, especially if you have your hands full and you don’t want to search for your keys in your pocket, so why not use your phone instead of your key?

Developed by Phantom Smart Home, Keyless Home Entry system will enhance your lock system by allowing you to unlick doors with your cellphone.
This technology relies on your Bluetooth to authenticate the person at the door before letting him or her inside, and it’s quite simple to use. In order to use this lock, you simply need to set up the lock to recognize your phone and you’re good to go, and when you get back the door will automatically unlock itself as you come in, but in order to work, you have to turn your Bluetooth on. In case that you lose your phone, you just have to re-pair the lock with your new phone and that’s it, without the need to replace your lock. Of course, there’s an option to unlock the door with regular key in case something happens to your phone.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Cideko Air Keyboard Chatting is a wireless hybrid device for chatting

If you’re a fan of chatting and wireless devices, we have a special treat from Cideko for you today. Cideko has developed a wireless hybrid device that is intended for chatting. It’s called Air Keyboard Chatting.

Air Keyboard Chatting is a hybrid device that combines wireless keyboard, you can chat even if you’re not close to your computer. There is a gyro mouse, which you can easily navigate with your Air Keyboard Chatting. The package comes with an earbuds with microphone, so you can talk at all time.
As for hardware specs, this hybrid device can last up to 10 hours of heavy usage. The range of this device is up to 30 meters, and as for the compatibility, this device is compatible with Windows 98 and later. In fact, you can even use Air Keyboard Chatting with your PlayStation 3.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Facebook introduces improved group chat, new design and video calls

In order to keep the no.1 place as the most popular social network, Facebook is constantly working on new improvements, and if you’re looking for new features on Facebook, we’re pleased to inform you that after six months of hard work Facebook has decided to introduce some new features.

First new feature is the new and improved Group Chat. As you know, in order to chat with a Group on Facebook, you need to create a group first, but now, you can simply click the invite a friend button in the chat window and that’s it. Of course, if any participant of Group Chat isn’t online at the moment, he will get chat log when he comes back online. In addition to Group Chat, Facebook decided to improve its design by adding a sidebar that holds the list of most frequently contacted friends, so you can easily find a friend to chat. Last major addition is the Video Calling, and in order to video call a friend, you can do it simply from your friend’s profile or from your chat list. In order to use this feature, you’ll need a special plugin and that’s all, no external application or registration is required.
These features sound amazing and they should be available publicly later today for the desktop version of the
website, so we can’t wait to try them out.