Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2011«

China’s military ambition, a threat or an appeal for recognition?

January 24, 2011


The “sleeping giant”, China isn’t slumbering anymore. But, a giant, it certainly is. From a rumbling history, the country rose up humbly and progress seemingly to prosper. With a wide and broad source of human labor force, indeed the former communistic ideology is transforming into a tiger economy in Asia. In the world, it is […]

Betelgeuse, on a Supernova Finale.

January 22, 2011


No, it doesn’t have to do with obnoxious and the mischievous “bio-exorcist” from the underworld(Beetlejuice). This doesn’t have to do with the crazy Banana Boat Song(Day-O) dance move either. Betlegeuse the second brightest star on the constellation Orion, is about to give its one last glow. Scientist claimed that the Red Star, as it indicates […]

“Line Phone” could be the ultimate Concept for a Smartphone.

January 21, 2011


  The iPhone maybe the best of its kind. But, with only a screen and a battery, what else could you ask for a Smartphone. All that you can think of from a Smartphone, this one, has it all. Forget about the buttons. Already have a touchscreen, buttons are redundant no need for those anymore. introducing […]

Microsoft on iPhone app, a union with OneNote.

January 20, 2011


Now, you may kiss the. . .wait!. . .This is not a wedding ceremony. Not a “till death do they part” either. Jobs used to say, a PC is truck in an agrarian region. While, tablets are automatic cars in the city. Ballmer couldn’t agree more. For the iPad is just another PC. So, which is […]

SMS plus Phishing, equals, “Smishing”. How to get away from it?

January 19, 2011


You don’t even need a calculator or any derivative solution to come up with the answer. The traditional Phishing and scheme, plus, the population of SMS came together to new form of malware scam. It is not really malware, but, more of a scam. Phishing is the most common form of trickery. It said to […]

Smartphone Hacking, gets Smarter Too.

January 18, 2011


Privacy is the condition of being secluded from the presence of others. Being concealed is our utmost priority when speaking with someone, like for instance over the phone lines. But, mischievous acts of eavesdropping is evolving through time as technology advances. Now that we are in the mobile age, cellphones came to existence and smartphones, […]

H.264 vs WebM, who will prevail?

January 17, 2011


Apple: iOS will never support Adobe Flash. Google: WebM(H.264) format shall prevail. “to enable open innovation”. Apple sold millions of units and broke 10% market share, while Google, strong as ever and ended 2010 with 66.6% on search share alone. So, what does this mean and where it leads us to with the video codec […]