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American learned how to recognize animals

Jan 17, 2013 | Interesting, Terenin

Harvard University Biologist Walter Scheirer developed an algorithm, that defines an animal kind when you take photos of animal on a digital camera, reports New Scientist. Technology is planned to be used in smartphones applications, and also as assistance to scientists working with automatic cameras-traps.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera Has 3 Problems

Jan 14, 2013 | Interesting, Terenin

It's a point-and-shoot digital camera, with the back side replaced by a smartphone-sized tablet. It's asmartphone that can't make voice calls, and has a big camera lens sticking out of the back. It's theSamsung Galaxy Camera, and it combines the equivalent of a $199 digital camera with the Android OS and hardware performance of Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone. Tech gadget reviewers like The Verge's Aaron Souppouris like the concept, and agree that the GalaxyCamera has many advantages over a normal point-and-shoot. But they also point out some huge disadvantages, for holiday buyers to consider.

Five 2013 trends

Jan 05, 2013 | Interesting, Terenin

Smart electronics, that you can put on yourself, managing without touching screen, 3D printing, smart TV and air charging are five challenging technologies, which got some development last year and are going to become very mass in 2013.

Classmates are not debtors anymore!

Jan 02, 2013 | Interesting, Terenin

In 2013 users will have an opportunity to subscribe to the monitoring of the enforcement proceedings, which will automatically send requests to data bank of enforcement proceedings and notify subscriber in case of coincidence with his data!

Discounts on the App Store after our Happy Birthday

Sep 13, 2012 | Company, Interesting, Grigorieva

On 14 September we will turn 1 year! We would like to bring you pleasant surprises! Total sales on the App Store for 3 days after our birthday! From 14 to 17 September you can download almost all apps only for $ 0.99 and all bundles of the cartoons «Гора Самоцветов» only for $ 9.99! Enjoy the reading!

Has the AppStore been hacked?

Jul 17, 2012 | Interesting, Grigorieva

At the end of 2009 the system of in-app purchases was launched. It enables the developers to sell virtual goods by the transactions within free items. At first, the rules managing the funds transferring allowed making purchases only in paid apps, but then the apps based on the «freemium» model for iPhone and iPad were developed.

Liz Ditters, Princess Bouncerella’s author

Jun 27, 2012 | iOS, Interesting, Grigorieva

Soon a new interactive book “Princess Bouncerella” by Orange Books, a Dutch publisher, will be available in Russian.

The App Store is in other 32 countries!

Jun 26, 2012 | iOS, Interesting, Grigorieva

At the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, WWDC 2012, held on June 11, Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, has announced the imminent expansion of the App Store. And on June 22 he confirmed his words that went live: 32 countries, including Ukraine have come to the App Store.

$85 for Windows RT?

Jun 21, 2012 | Analytics, Interesting

When Microsoft announced its tablet strategy with the Windows RT, many thought that Microsoft will change its pricing model for OEMs too, signaling a shift in strategy. Reality is however, vastly different with Microsoft requesting as much money as OEM version of the Windows 7 Home Premium.

One Tablet Per Child: Technology Making a Difference

May 30, 2012 | Interesting, Grigorieva

A tablet can be used for so much more than playing Angry Birds. Even if you only have a passing interest in technology and philanthropy, you'll probably have heard of Nicholas Negroponte and his One Laptop Per Child initiative. There were two main parts to the OLPC scheme - creating a usable laptop that cost $100, and getting said machines into the hands of children throughout the developing world.