We know everything about the new iPad but the name.
After Wednesday’s hour-plus-long launch event in San Francisco, Apple CEO
Tim Cookies and team unveiled details about the company’s new tablet,
simply calling it the “new iPad” throughout.
In the weeks and days leading up to today’s event, there was much talk
about whether the next-gen iPad would be called the iPad HD or the iPad 3.
Maybe we could only know the final name until March 16, when the new iPad
released in U.S. and other 9 countries.
The coming iPad will cost the same as the iPad 2 — from $499 to $829 based
on storage capacity and Wi-Fi capacity. Let’s take a look at what’s new
in the new iPad compares to iPad 2.
The new iPad vs. iPad 2
“It is amazing,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said at a San Francisco unveiling.
“We’ve taken it to a whole new level, and we are redefining the category
that Apple created with th... (more)
Microsoft has officially announced the preview version of the new Office,
which Steve Ballmer mentioned quite a few times during the conference.
Both 32-bit and 64-bit download link have been provided for people to free
download and have a try.
Codenamed Office 15, it will probably be Office 2013 when the final version
is released [...]
Can you imagine that you could convert and burn PowerPoint documents to
Blu-ray Discs and play them on TV set via appropriate player? To fulfill this
dream, you cannot do without some reliable tools, such as a PPT2Blu-ray Disc
The 2011 International CES, the largest consumer tech expo in the world, had
been held from January 6 to January 9, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Many
kinds of tablets were introduced in 2011’s show, including the Motorola
Xoom tablet, which will run Android 3. What’ more, many 4G phones were
unveiled at the show, including the LG Revolution, Sam... (more)
It is really big news that the long and hot rumored Samsung Galaxy S3 was
finally released in London. We have previously written an article when the
full specifications of Samsung Galaxy S3 were leaked. It drew lot of
attention and received many replies that absolutely there are many people who
are looking forward to [...]
Human beings have always been significantly affected by technological
developments, including the printing press, the telephone (cell phone), and
the Internet, which have lessened physical barriers to communication and
allowed humans to interact freely on a global scale.
CES, short for International Consumer Electronics Show, is just a major
technology-related trade show hosting previews of technological products and
announcements of new consumer electronics. The 2011 exhibition is currently
scheduled for Thursday, January 6 to Sunday, January 9, in Las Vegas, Nevada,