Saturday, November 30, 2013

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Apple shares hit high for 2013 on holiday hope

Apple products are not only hot selling items this holiday, they are also

popular online buying tools

SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple shares rose to the highest level this year as investors bet products like the latest iPads and iPhones will be hot sellers this holiday, helping the consumer technology giant kick-start earnings growth again.
The stock climbed 1.9% to $556.07 Friday. Earlier in the day, it touched $594.59, a 2013 high.
Apple unveiled two new iPhones earlier this year and more recently launched the new iPad Air and an upgraded iPad mini.
The iPad mini was among top sellers at Wal-mart on Thanksgiving, while Target said the iPad Air was a hot item at its stores. On eBay, one iPad was selling every second as of midnight on Thanksgiving.
"Apple products should be the holiday gift of choice this year," said B read complete here..

Apple products are not only hot selling items this holiday, they are also popular online buying tools




Apple products are not only hot selling items this holiday, they are also

popular online buying tools



SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple shares rose to the highest level this year as investors bet products like the latest iPads and iPhones will be hot sellers this holiday, helping the consumer technology giant kick-start earnings growth again.
The stock climbed 1.9% to $556.07 Friday. Earlier in the day, it touched $594.59, a 2013 high.
Apple unveiled two new iPhones earlier this year and more recently launched the new iPad Air and an upgraded iPad mini.
The iPad mini was among top sellers at Wal-mart on Thanksgiving, while Target said the iPad Air was a hot item at its stores. On eBay, one iPad was selling every second  to read complete click here..

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Use Skype to Boost Your Holiday Business:


Use Skype to Boost Your Holiday Business:


We’re closing in on the year’s end, and you know what that means….the holidays. Ahh, office parties, gift exchanges and the all-around merriment the season brings to workplaces of all types and sizes.
We see many small businesses finding clever ways to integrate Skype into the spirit of the season, so we’d like to share some of their ideas in hopes that they can spread cheer and boost your business.
Video messages:  Skype allows you to record individual video messages to share with any of your contacts. During the holidays, how about sending a video message as your “greeting card” for the season? You can sing an original to read completly click here..

Holiday shopping is easy on Windows PCs and tablets with these must-have apps:





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The holiday shopping frenzy has begun, but there’s no reason to rush out into traffic or crowded malls.
With your Windows PC or tablet in hand and the apps in the Windows Store’s Holiday Shopping Collection  to read completely click here..

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

iPad Mini Retina more widely available


Consumers can now waltz into many Apple stores and pick up an iPad Mini Retina for the first time. To date, availability was limited to online sales and pre-orders with customer pickup.
The iPad Mini Retina is now widely available for walk-in purchase for the first time.

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Samsung Galaxy SIII running on Android 4.3 appears online


Samsung Galaxy SIII running on Android 4.3 appears

online

A leaked image has been spotted online which shows the Galaxy SIII running on the latest Android OS 4.3.


Samsung Galaxy SIII running on Android 4.3 appears online
A leaked image has appeared online which shows Samsung testing out the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS for its Galaxy SIII smartphone.



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First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch

First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy

Gear smartwatch:

We get our hands on the two newest Samsung Galaxy devices- the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch
Samsung today launched the Galaxy Note 3 in India, the third iteration of the popular large-screened Android smartphone. The Note 3 will be launched in stores in India on September 25 for Rs. 49,900 along with the Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, which will cost Rs. 22,990. Till the actual launch date, Samsung will let interested users walk into select stores and try out the device.
Fortunately, I was able to get my hands on both devices at the launch event itself and spent some time with both of them to form some initial impressions. Here they are:
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Looks, Design
All the criticism directed towards Samsung with respect to the use of plastic on its expensive flagship devices seems to have made a difference. Samsung executives made a point to repeat that design and build were very important for the Note 3. As a result, the Note 3 does actually feel and look much better that its previous iterations. The Note 3 has a textured leather back with stitching around the edges that’s reminiscent of a leatherbound notebook. The Note 3 is also very, very light for such a large device which came as a pleasant surprise. Overall, I still wouldn’t call the Note 3 a good looking phone (it still has this tacky looking glossy metallic rim around the entire body) but it’s good to see Samsung at least try to make something aesthetically pleasing.

Display
As per tradition, the Note 3 comes with a Super AMOLED display that’s very vibrant, so much so that colours look unnatural, especially in the default interface which itself is packed with a colourful wallpaper and  icons. The vibrancy meant that under low lighting, the display looked brilliant but that may differ when the Note 3 is brought under regular lighting.
Usability
I played around with the Note 3 for a couple of minutes and predictably, didn’t run into any issues. The interface is smooth, the UI uncomplicated and the deep feature-set is hidden from the user until he/she wants to access it. There aren’t any great changes in the interface especially if you’ve used the Galaxy S4. Whether that’s a positive or a negative, is up to you. The S-Pen has also been given some extra functionality including the ability to directly save any webpage to a customized digital ‘scrapbook’, adding contacts by writing their info, searching through handwritten content created over the last 30 days among others. Unfortunately, while these were shown off during the presentation, I was unable to test out all of them on the Note 3.



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First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch

First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy

Gear smartwatch:

We get our hands on the two newest Samsung Galaxy devices- the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
First Impressions: Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch
Samsung today launched the Galaxy Note 3 in India, the third iteration of the popular large-screened Android smartphone. The Note 3 will be launched in stores in India on September 25 for Rs. 49,900 along with the Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, which will cost Rs. 22,990. Till the actual launch date, Samsung will let interested users walk into select stores and try out the device.
Fortunately, I was able to get my hands on both devices at the launch event itself and spent some time with both of them to form some initial impressions. Here they are:
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Looks, Design
All the criticism directed towards Samsung with respect to the use of plastic on its expensive flagship devices seems to have made a difference. Samsung executives made a point to repeat that design and build were very important for the Note 3. As a result, the Note 3 does actually feel and look much better that its previous iterations. The Note 3 has a textured leather back with stitching around the edges that’s reminiscent of a leatherbound notebook. The Note 3 is also very, very light for such a large device which came as a pleasant surprise. Overall, I still wouldn’t call the Note 3 a good looking phone (it still has this tacky looking glossy metallic rim around the entire body) but it’s good to see Samsung at least try to make something aesthetically pleasing.

Display
As per tradition, the Note 3 comes with a Super AMOLED display that’s very vibrant, so much so that colours look unnatural, especially in the default interface which itself is packed with a colourful wallpaper and icons. The vibrancy meant that under low lighting, the display looked brilliant but that may differ when the Note 3 is brought under regular lighting.
Usability
I played around with the Note 3 for a couple of minutes and predictably, didn’t run into any issues. The interface is smooth, the UI uncomplicated and the deep feature-set is hidden from the user until he/she wants to access it. There aren’t any great changes in the interface especially if you’ve used the Galaxy S4. Whether that’s a positive or a negative, is up to you. The S-Pen has also been given some extra functionality including the ability to directly save any webpage to a customized digital ‘scrapbook’, adding contacts by writing their info, searching through handwritten content created over the last 30 days among others. Unfortunately, while these were shown off during the presentation, I was unable to test out all of them on the Note 3.



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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Apple’s ‘lost’ iWork features find their way back


Apple's 'lost' iWork features find their way back



Apple's iWork is slowly but surely getting back to its old form.
The company on Thursday updated its iWork suite with several features it took out of the latest launch. The biggest update is the addition of customized toolbars -- a feature power users enjoyed in previous versions but were sad to see go in the latest option.
Apple was hit with user complaints recentlyafter the company updated iWork without some of the features its long-time users had liked using. The company earlier this month posted a notice, saying that while some of the features in iWork '09 were taken out of its latest launch, it planned on bringing many of them back. Apple also suggested new features would be coming.
The latest updates are by no means breathtaking -- new Keynote transitions and Windows size and placement fixes can only go so far, after all -- but they're a step in the right direction for those who have been Apple's updates are available now in the Mac App Store.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Apple Said Developing Curved IPhone Screens, New Sensors Apple's iPhone 6 will have 4.9-inch display, says latest rumour

Apple Said Developing Curved IPhone Screens, New

Sensors Apple's iPhone 6 will have 4.9-inch display,

says latest rumour




The iPhone 6 will have a 4.9-inch display - significantly larger than the 4-inch display found on the current iPhone 5 series - according to a new report.
The iPhone 5S is only a couple of months old, but that hasn't stopped iPhone 6 rumours from beginning to surface. However, let's first clarify that reports have long claimed Apple will release a big-screened iPhone. These stories have come from more-legitimate publications like The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, and sometimes they also come from websites such as Chinese blogs.
C Technology is one such blog with a decent track record, and it has claimed most recently - based on an insider's tip - that Apple is testing an iPhone prototype with 4.9-inch display. Specifically, the report said the iPhone 5S could get a larger screen in 2014.
That means the iPhone 6 - the presumed name for the successor to the iPhone 5S - will have a 4.9-inch display, if this rumour is true. The report also said the iPhone 5C would get a screen-size bump, though the site wasn't sure if it would have a 4.9-inch display.
Either way, the point is: Apple is allegedly looking at bigger displays all around for the iPhone. Whether this insider's tip actually pans out is another story, but it's interesting to consider all the possibilities nonetheless.
Apple Inc. is developing new iPhone designs including bigger screens with curved glass and enhanced sensors that can detect different levels of pressure, said a person familiar with the plans.
Two models planned for release in the second half of next year would feature larger displays with glass that curves downward at the edges, said the person, declining to be identified because the details aren’t public. Sensors that can distinguish heavy or light touches on the screen may be incorporated into subsequent models, the person said.

A man walks past an Apple Inc. store at dawn in the Ginza district of Tokyo. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg
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Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Rich Jaroslovsky reviews Apple Inc.'s iPad Air, the latest version of its full-sized tablet. (Rich Jaroslovsky is a Bloomberg News columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)
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Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Harpervision Associates Founder and CEO Greg Harper discusses innovation at Apple on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

With screens of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, the two new models would be Apple’s largest iPhones, the person said, and would approach in size the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 that Samsung Electronics Co. debuted in September. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Apple Inc. broke with past practice in September when it unveiled two versions of the iPhone at the same time, the iPhone 5s with more advanced features and the iPhone 5c at lower prices, as part of a strategy to appeal to broader markets. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Samsung Electronics Co. last month released the curved display Galaxy Round, the latest phone in an array of sizes and price points that’s helped keep it ahead of Apple Inc. in global market share. Source: Samsung Electronics Co. via Bloomberg
With screens of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, the two new models would be Apple’s largest iPhones, the person said, and would approach in size the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 that Samsung Electronics Co. debuted in September. The South Korean maker last month released its curved-screen Galaxy Round, the latest phone in an array of sizes and price points that’s helping keep Samsung ahead of Apple in global market share.
The new Apple handsets are still in development and plans haven’t been completed, the person said, adding that the company probably would release them in the third quarter of next year.

Screen Size

Natalie Kerris, a spokeswoman for Cupertino, California-based Apple, declined to comment.
“Screen size is one of the things where Apple has to catch up to the Android camp,” Dennis Chan, an analyst at Yuanta Financial Holding Co. in Taipei, said, referring to phones using Google Inc.’s operating software. “Innovation in components has been a key for Apple since the first iPhone came out.”
Apple broke with past practice in September when it unveiled two versions of the iPhone at the same time, the iPhone 5s with more advanced features and the iPhone 5c at lower prices, as part of a strategy to appeal to broader markets.
Demand for the iPhone 5s is much higher, and iPhone 5c production has been reduced, the person said.
Revenue growth for the current quarter, Apple’s traditional holiday sales period, may be the slowest since 2008, according to data compiled by Bloomberg based on the company’s financial forecast published last month. Samsung said last month it expects this quarter’s shipment growth rate from the prior quarter to fall to a “low single digit” percentage from the “mid-10 percent range” the prior period.
Testing continues on the pressure-sensitive technology, which is unlikely to be ready for the next iPhone release and is instead planned for a later model, the person said.
Apple’s testing and development of new materials follows its history of working with suppliers to produce new technologies that can enhance device functions. The original iPhone, released in 2007, offered touchscreen technology developed with Taipei-based TPK Holding Co. that was more responsive than available at the time.
Apple said last week it will open a new plant in Arizona to make components for its devices. Merrimack, New Hampshire-based GT Advanced Technologies said Apple will prepay $578 million for furnaces to make sapphire materials used in smartphones, with the iPhone maker getting some exclusive rights.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

MR BEAN COMIDY PHOTOS

ITS ONLY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSE NOT FOR ABUSING ANYONE…
IF I HURT U ANYBODY GUYS SORYY…

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