Sunday, January 30, 2011

Hollywood Team release Angry Bird Rio...

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Coverage a few known, dive bombing birds will soon invade your local cinema , Angry Birds designer Rivio announced friday it will be a special version of it popular app to tie into the release of the animated release "Rio".

The game called Angri Bird Rio is The Bird Evil characters are kidnapped and taken to rio de Janeiro. It seems that the gameplay will revolve around saving other captive birds, including two main characters from the upcoming film , which is from the maker of "Ice Age".

The partnership was announced at a press event at the Fox Studio lot in Century City , according to the Los Angles Times. The deal seems a match made in heaven for both Rovio and twentieth Century Fox. The game will benefit from an association in the marketing efforts including television commercials , poster , and website of the film. The film will be able to piggyback on the pop culture success of the game downloaded teens of millions of time on androis, ios , and other smartphone and console device.

"It's about taking the traditional entertainment wheter in theaters or on the TV screen and creating a new level of commitment," said Peter Levingsohn, President of new media and digital distribution for 20th Century Fox..

Plans work well with Rovio that ambitious plan for the Evil Bird has including TV shows and even a movie based on the game.

"We are like birds of a feather," "Mighty Eagle" said Peter Vesterbacka of Rovio. "This is our vast global visibility, as we made our own film."

The game will be released in March, While Rio, the film will open in theaters on April 15...

Now we just can waiting for this great move.. do you?

Technologi News

Friday, January 28, 2011

For Now iPhone Verizon will have Unlimited Data | Awsome

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In this years n high technologies of Apple launcing Verizon Wireless will not rein in 4 use iPhone with a range of caps , at least if you are one of the early adopters.

For now, verizon will charge iPhone 4 user $30 per month for unlimited data, like its sother smartphones, The wall street journal broke the news from verizon conference call with investors.

But the journal's Blog post updates througt out the day to say the offer of unlimited bandwidth is only teporary. In the not too distant future , says the story will follow verizon AT&T move to tiered data as expexted iPhone and everything.

AT&T discontinued its $ 30 unlimited data plan in June last year, and replaces them with a choice of 2 GB for $ 25 per month or 200 MB for $ 15 per month. Verizon is temporarily maintain its unlimited data package in the hope of enticing angry AT & T customers. But in the end, the carrier will have iPhone users on the leash, leave room for all data-fitting androids.

Expect talk of the data discrepancy when Verizon will start selling the iPhone on 10 February. (At the moment everything is fawning over Verizon.)

No word on how much Verizon is responsible for the data after it on the price scale switch, but here's another detail from CNet picked up: The carrier will stop soon $ 15 per month, 150 MB plan began with smartphone users in October. I bet we will see a new budget for animal by Verizon, once the carrier's unlimited plan also eliminated.

If you have an iPhone and vote on the fence, over the support, check out our guide about the difference between Verizon and AT & T's iPhone.

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Motorola Atrix 4G may cost $150 at amazon, Belive?

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Are you ready for this one? likely in the title, Motorola State of the art Atrix 4G Smartphone will not break the bank when some pricing rumors prove to be correct.

On Thursday evening , an amazon product page short listed Atrix 4G for $ 150 with a new two-year contract. Amazon removed the page, but then Android Central an image obtained from a Costco inventory screen, also shows a $ 150 price tag. Third-party retailers usually sell phones for less than the recommended price, so when these prices are correct, my guess is that AT & T, the Atrix 4G for $ 200 or $ 250 for sale in.

The Atrix was one of the most interesting products at CES. It's part of the first wave of dual-core Nvidia Tegra smartphones from 2 processor with Android 2.2 powered and has a 4-inch display, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB on-board memory, front-or rear-facing cameras , A 1930 mAh battery and a fingerprint reader. Motorola also sells laptops and desktop dock that a full version of Firefox, run entirely by the power supply phone.

How much does the docks are still unknown, but suspect some early talk of a Best Buy insider that the laptop docking station can cost $ 150th If that's the case, I would not be surprised to be seeing a $ 300 cell phone and laptop dock bundle, but we'll see. Other rumors point to a February 13 release date, but the official word from Motorola is the potential defectors Verizon somehow.

But thast is tru... i want it.. :-)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Easy Scrolling Swiftpoint Mous now Offers

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In 2011 must be huge for technologi for grow up, now only $69 you can get swiftpoint mouse is a head turner simply beacuse of its unusual design. it is ublike any other posrtable mouse, and it work differently too. whether it supersmall and distinctive mouse will work for you depends on the size of your hand and if the position is that it forces you comfortable for you.

Swiftpoint measures about 2 inches long and about 1.5 mm at its widest point, backwards. Designed for right-handed, she has a great groove adherent to cushion the thumb mouse buttons left and right aligned in the middle section (right-click with raised more prominently than the left), and cutting more awkward on the right to host your index and - more critically - the scroll wheel.

I found the design used for my small hands, but colleagues felt more hands crushed as they tried to manipulate it. You're supposed to keep the mouse as if it were a pen, which might explain my occasional discomfort even when used for long periods. However, I did not like how my thumb naturally fell into the designated area scale, sensitive scroll wheel has been a pleasure to use, too, either when I used my index or when I turned the mouse on its side and moved the scroll wheel on a hard surface.

The small USB receiver unit attaches magnetically to the bottom for storage and loading. It was a nice touch, although in a briefcase or bag the two pieces could easily be separated, in addition, the combination is so large that you could have problems loading the mouse on the USB port on your laptop (depending on how tight the port configuration of the computer). This lack of programming, but what could be a deal-breaker for some people.

The functionality of the scroll wheel really makes this gadget stand out in the bunch. If you do not mind taking a pen, the unique style of this mouse can work well for you. But if you find a tight, compact left handle, you may want to look elsewhere.

incredeble stuff... i like tech...

Now New iPhone or iPad likely become E-wallet... now serious stuff

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Are you hear new news? like in title , thats right , The next generation of iphones an ipads can replace fungtion of your wallet.

Richard Doherty , director of consulting firm Envisioneering Group, says Apple services that customers use their cell phones or tablet can introduce to make purchases.


How Apple will do it? By embedding NFC chips in upcoming iPhones on the AT & T network and iPads. Doherty says both products are "likely to be introduced this year," and quoted unnamed engineers to the hardware for the project.

While this is "huge" (such as Silicon Alley Insider Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry puts it), it is no surprise - we knew Apple was planning a serious date with NFC technology back in May.

Of course IOS devices not only mobile devices that are NFC will get this year. Google CEO Eric Schmidt said decisive in November that the latest Android devices will also NFC.

So what does this mean for consumers? Now, using NFC technology, the phone will replace pretty much be able to your wallet. Instead of carrying around credit cards, you'll only be able to tap your phone to pay for the item. If this seems a bit, uh, dangerous, it is not - it is supposedly a higher level of authentication as it can provide a credit card and your card "number" is kept securely encrypted on your mobile phone.

There are other uses for NFC, of course - you'll get information through "check in" with sensors around the city and could function as a hotel key. Schmidt introduced as NFC, the Android crowd, he mentioned that "people do not understand how much more powerful, these devices will be."

Silicon Alley Insider suggests that not only the payment painless and simple, but Apple will be able to help customers order iAds stories target because the company have this information.

And now it's slow sound a bit creepy.

Do not get me wrong. The power of the NFC technology and its ability to turn your phone into everything under the sun is pretty cool - in theory. But do you really want to wear anything under the sun - your wallet, hotel key, your phone, your private information - with you in a nice little package? One of the best things about losing your credit card (I know, hard to imagine there are "best things" about it) is that if you have not lost your phone, then you can call immediately and cancel the card.

Sure, Apple has its remote wipe feature, but you have to get to a computer and quickly. As for the painless payment processing, well, there is something to be said for paying in cash. It is not necessarily a good thing for people to be able to pay for something in two seconds flat, without ever really see that they made a transaction...

Iphone now will take a place in the worl i thing... do you?

Free Antivirus give you savety? or paid? lets see

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have an question.. Can antivirus software protect you? or is it worth for a full-fledged A/V app? we look at the benefits and pitfalls of free and paid antivirus product.
depending on whom you ask, pays for anti-virus software is either a good investment or a total ripoff. In fact, neither view correct. You can find many good reasons to choose paid an antivirus product, and many good reasons to go with a freebie.

We did tests with security firm AV-Test to find out what you get - or do not get - with free anti-virus, and if it makes sense to pay an annual program.
Antivirus deconstructed

Four basic levels of anti-virus products are: free, paid anti-virus suites and "Premium" suites. As you move up the ladder of free antivirus premium suites, they normally other functions such as protection from identity theft, firewall, parental control and system performance tools.

Free anti-virus software usually provides a minimum level of protection. It will scan for malware and often can perform automatic scans, too. Some free apps, additional security tools such as a browser add-on that checks for bad links - and Comodo Internet Security is free Premium has a firewall. But such features are usually limited to paid antivirus products. Some free apps offer behavioral malware detection, the malware found on the basis of how it looks on your PC - a good way to detect brand-new malware outbreaks. (Behavioral detection is standard with paid products.)

Paid Antivirus spans a balance between the essential freebies and feature-packed security suites: they usually offer comprehensive security tools (such as parental control and protection against identity theft) and more flexibility than a free anti-virus package, but they are fewer additional features than suites, designed to only one-stop security shops will have.

One of the biggest drawbacks is a free product is the lack of technical support. While most companies offer some sort of phone support for paying customers, free antivirus user must leave the rule itself. Avast not E-mail Support offer its customers free, most others only offer a Knowledge base or forum may go to the user for help.

Another disadvantage is that free anti-virus products often have some sort of paid advertising for the company product. Avast Free Antivirus has an upgrade link in the upper right corner of the main window, and Avira AntiVir Personal ad paid anti-virus software from Avira view.

How about malware signature updates? The security software company, I said to tell me that their free and paid products be treated equally as far as signature updates are concerned, although there are some under the hood of the difference between their free and fee-based products (such as may be the case with Panda Software, for example). And a company that Avast says that the free product is intended for average users, and that his paid antivirus is for advanced users.

On the other hand, want free products to give you some flexibility. You can add a free tool, the basic security with many security utilities. For example, start with Avast Free Anti Virus, add PCTools's ThreatFire Free (what a good job making at strengthening malware detection), throw in one of the many available firewalls, and a link-scanning utility to create your own security setup . This approach requires that you do your homework, however, and can be more complicated in the long run.

Interface

User interfaces are usually as good (or bad) in free products, as they paid their counterparts. Avira and Avast, for example, the same basic interface for your free and paid versions, they are simply omitted, or certain features and switches as needed. Panda Antivirus (a freebie) is not a stripped down version of the paid Panda Antivirus Pro, but a completely different product with a different surface and different internals.

Detection

Most of the free products that we to identical or nearly identical values malware detection, the set made by the same company paid varieties tested. But we have some subtle differences. A notable example is Panda Antivirus: The free Cloud Antivirus and Panda made for-pay antivirus Pro 2011 approximately equal to the signature-based malware detection tests, but Anti Virus Pro does a better job in the "real world" malware detection tests that help determine how well a product to block all new threats.


(Note:. Panda recently released version 1.3 of Panda Antivirus The company says that Version 1.3 should be apparent increase in new malware, but the new version in time come for us to test our Roundup Look here for future updates. .)

We found that, on the whole, paid anti-virus products have a slightly better job of detecting malware than their counterparts freebie. In the traditional signature-based tests for the detection, paid antivirus software that we tested 96.2 percent of the malware samples found in total. In comparison, free products' scores were ever-so-slightly worse, detecting 95.7 percent of the samples.

In the real world detection tests, missed free products 15.2 percent of the sample, while 10.2 percent of the paid products missed samples. When it is time to remove malware infections, again the results were close, but paid antivirus software instead of a slight advantage.

All the products we tested - both paid and free - saw all the test infections threw us the way, but paid products have a slightly better job for the total added to the elimination of the active components of an infection, in 74 percent success rate average. The same is true when we tested how well the products of all active and inactive components from an infection: Paid product removal rate reached 44 percent in this test, while free products, on average, a complete removal of 34 percent

Speed

Although you lose some effectiveness against malware with free anti-virus, you gain a little speed. The free products we have seen, on average, faster than the fee-based products in 9 of the 12 speed tests we are considering. Again, the difference was small - the largest speed difference was about 10 percent. Both free and paid anti-virus increases boot times: a test PC with antivirus software not boot in 40.1 seconds on average. is installed with the free anti-virus program, the test system began at 44.1 seconds, on average, and installed with paid anti-virus program, start times increased to 46 seconds. It is hard to grasp the exact reason for this difference, but here is the difference small enough that it is in fact not statistically significant.

The scan speed, however, are a mixed bag. In our on-demand scan tests, edged paid anti-virus programs for the freebies, scanning 4.5 GB worth of files in an average of 2 minutes, 25 seconds. Free products, by comparison ends the same test in an average of 2 minutes, 44 seconds.

Free and fee-based products were almost neck and neck in the on-access scanning tests how fast the software files for malware when opened or saved on the hard disk scan shows. With the same 4.5 GB of files free products on-access scan test completed in an average time of 4 minutes, 50 seconds. Colleagues paid their completion of the test 8 seconds later.

Top Picks

Considering how close are the two classes of products in terms speed and efficiency are the two most important factors features and support. With few exceptions, you get better customer service and more comprehensive security with a paid product, but if you are willing to do without this, it's definitely worth going free.

What free and fee-based antivirus products are best for you?

Avast Free Anti-Virus tops comes under free products because of its strong all round malware detection scores, bring good design and small system. Avira AntiVir Personal takes second place: It's put up solid malware detection scores, but the surface kludgy.

Norton Anti Virus leads the paid software package for its excellent malware detection, very good interface design and comprehensive features (help, new malware is faster), the file reputation analysis, a cloud-based scanners, and performance of the system includes analysis tools. BitDefender Antivirus Pro 2011 is a close second thanks to the powerful malware detection, but avoided slow scan speeds, and some interface problems it out first.

Check out our list of the top five free and paid five anti-virus products. Our conclusion evaluations of the two best free and paid anti-virus programs are below.

Top Free Anti Virus: Avast

Avast Free Anti Virus couples good all-malware detection with a fast, well-designed packaging. We liked the easy installation, smooth interface design, and minimal impact on system performance.

In the traditional signature-based malware tests demonstrated Avast Free Anti Virus 94.8 percent of the samples which is neither good nor bad. It did decently, though not outstanding, job of detecting malware in the real world malware detection tests: it completely blocked 76 percent of the attacks (which is pretty average), and partially blocked 4 percent of the attacks.

But on the plus side, Avast Anti Virus Free incorrectly to a single "safe" file as malware, the only free product we saw that this has been achieved. Avast Free Anti-Virus also has a good job at disinfection a PC, it will remove all active components of malware infections 80 percent of the time that the pace of free products we looked at the set.

The scanning speed is also very good. His on-demand scanning speed of 90 seconds was a close second Avira AntiVir Personal, completed the test in 87 seconds. Free and Avast Anti Virus completed the on-access scanning speed tests in 3 minutes, 40 seconds, tops among the products we tested.

Top Paid Antivirus: Norton AntiVirus 2011

Norton Antivirus 2011 ($ 40 for one year, single-PC license from 26/10/2010) leads the pack of 2011 paid antivirus products. It makes a very good job in detecting and removing malware and has a smooth surface, although its speed is decidedly average.

Installation of Norton AntiVirus 2011 is a snap: The well-designed installation program requires only that you click through two screens before the installation begins. Norton Anti Virus has a smooth, polished surface: the main screen showing on-off switches for its various protection functions, and a map of the world's Internet crime activity in the past 24 hours.

When it came to the malware detection and removal, Norton Anti Virus laid out a strong all-around scores. Norton AntiVirus 98.7 percent of malware samples using traditional signature-based malware detection. This is an above average score, but it trails Panda Antivirus Pro 2011, which found 99.8 percent of the samples.

Norton also put up high scores in the blocking of the real world malware attacks: Norton completely blocked 24 of the 25 samples we threw at him, but it did miss a specimen. Norton also identified all active infections in our tests, it removes the active components of infection 80 percent of the time, and was able to completely remove infection 60 percent of the time - both above-average grades.

Norton put up good marks in test our speed, but not great results. He completed an on-access scanning of 4.5 GB of files in 4 minutes, 32 seconds. Thus it is above the average of 4 minutes, 59 seconds, but still behind the top-performance product that completed this test in 3 minutes, 35 seconds. His on-demand scanning speed of 2 minutes, one second on average, but again, it trails the best-performing program by a good 30 seconds.

iPad VS Motorola Xoom..: Don't ever Bother Comparing Specification

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Do you hear the rumored price of compressed Motorola XXoom $700 has triggered the reaction time between the observers on specific , but do not fall into this trap.

Here what we know so far about the Xoom: Running Android 3.0, Xoom has a dual core processor Nvidia Tegra 2, a 10.1-inch 1280-by-600 resolution screen, 1 GB RAM, 32 GB of memory with a microSD slot card, front and rear-facing cameras (2 megapixel and 5 megapixel camera, respectively), playback 1080p video, HDMI and USB ports and support for Verizon's 4G network.

An anonymous source says that the Engadget Xoom will launch February 17 at a price of $ 700 at Best Buy.

Now you are trying to stack up to Apple's iPad against Xoom, and you can do this in a lot of ways. Put the Xoom next to Apple's level of $ 500 and Motorola iPad looks like a failure. Compare it with the 3G-equipped, 32 GB iPad to $ 729 and the tilt table in favor of Motorola.

But there are some reasons to avoid these specs, at least for now:

My biggest concern with Xoom is that we have just seen in action. The tablet was only running demo video in the box at the CES show floor, so it was impossible to see if Android 3.0 is as slick as Google contends. A bar is only as good as its software, and performance of Motorola's Android 3.0 on Xoom will be more important than any spec.

Speaking of software, the iPad has more than 50,000 applications specifically for the tablet. The Xoom will have few, if appropriate, at the launch. While Apple had to start from scratch as well, also had the only operating system optimized for tablet in the market for almost a year. Developers will soon get to choose Android, WebOS, and Blackberry Playbook, and I'm guessing that no one will see the same growth as early as the iPad.

This does not mean that the comparisons are completely useless spec, but keep in mind that Apple will probably launch a second generation iPad in a few months, making any comparison meaningless to present those who are not predisposed to a single operating system.

Comparing specifications is fun. It appeals to our geeky tendency to compartmentalize everything in small portions of logic - and PC World has done his part - but there's a reason Apple does not talk about specific in its advertisements the iPad: just do not tell the whole story . that more carefuly dude