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Monday, February 28, 2011

Apple to unveil new iPad

Washington: Tech giant Apple is set to unveil a new version of its hugely successful iPad in March. The iPad 2 will be thinner than its predecessor and feature an improved display.

Analysts expect the new version will have a front-facing camera and Face time video chat support, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. It will be powered by one of Qualcomm's multimode chips and will run on both GSM and CDMA-based networks around the world.
Apple said it had sold nearly 15 million iPads, since it went on sale last spring.
This is a very big deal, although Apple will be facing increased competition with the launch of a passel of tablets coming from numerous manufacturers, most of which are using the Honeycomb version of Google's Android mobile operating system, the Journal said.
The launch will take place March 2 in San Francisco, the scene of many such Apple events, it said citing sources..


Saturday, February 26, 2011

Avid updates Media Composer, NewsCutter and Symphony

Bangalore: In an attempt to boost its open media production solutions, Avid has introduced an upgrade to its Media Composer video editing software for Mac and Windows. The company has also released new versions of its News Cutter news editing tool and the Symphony finishing system.

The new releases namely Media Composer 5.5, News Cutter 9.5 and Symphony 5.5 get the Phrase Find add-on that allows editors to quickly find clips and segments by searching for words or phrases used in audio tracks. Designed to match dialogue to a script, it uses Nexidia phonetic indexing engine. The latest versions of Media Composer and News Cutter add support for AJA's Io Express input and output interface.

Eucon support for integration with Avid control surfaces such as Avid Artist Control, Artist Transport and Artist Mix devices delivering greater flexibility for effects, audio and transport manipulation.

It should be noted that by allowing Media Composer to work with the hardware they already own, Avid is setting its eyes on the current users of other editing software, especially Apple Final Cut Pro.


Intel introduces XMM 2138 platform

Bangalore: Intel has announced the availability of XMM 2138 platform for Dual-SIM and Dual-Standby (DSDS) operation.

The platform is based on X-GOLD 213 EDGE base band chip, which being a low-cost single chip solution, offers cost-effective solution for the dual-SIM market. The X-GOLD 213 EDGE for mobile internet brings in integration of GSM base band, RF transceiver, mixed signal, power management, SRAM and FM radio in 65nm CMOS technology. The 8x8 mm eWLB-217 lead-free package of the X-GOLD 213 allows compact and slim feature rich designs. According to Dr. Hermann Eul, President, Intel Mobile Communications, with the cost-effective platform, Intel has shown its commitment towards providing solutions to all the market segments ranging from smartphones to low-cost models. Recently at MWC Intel has also demonstrated its OS Meego for tablet and smartphones.

XMM 2138 enables delivery of the same performance by using just one transceiver. This is one of the reasons of it being a cost-effective as generally the dual-SIM handsets come with two transrceivers.
The platform is available in two types- UTA-based XMM 2138 platform which offers Tier 1 customers with reuse and design flexibility and turnkey platform which helps mobile phone manufacturers in producing optimized and cost-effective products. This will in turn help in catering to the increasing demand for Dual-SIM handsets.

Along with this, the DSDS platform also supports WQVGA displays and touchscreens, WLAN for internet connectivity and Bluetooth. Other features include ARM11 core in the X-GOLD 213, chip-integrated FM radio providing high audio and video performance. At present the XMM 2138 platform is available for commercial distribution.

Few days back, Intel has also announced that it has started shipping of XMM 6260 platform for 3G smartphones.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Helen Flanders Dunbar

Helen Flanders Dunbar (May 14, 1902 - August 21, 1959) — later known as H. Flanders Dunbar — is an important early figure in U.S. psychosomatic medicine and psychobiology, as well as being an important advocate of physicians and clergy co-operating in their efforts to care for the sick.

Eldest child of a well-to-do family — her father was the electrical engineer and patent attorney Francis William Dunbar (1868-1939) and her mother was the professional genealogist Edith Vaughn Flanders (1871-1963) — Helen Flanders Dunbar was born in Chicago, Illinois on May 14, 1902.

As a child she suffered from malnutrition; and despite Dunbar's later misleading claims that she had suffered poliomyelitis, and a childhood pediatrician's diagnosis of a muscular form of rickets ("rachitic pseudo-paralysis"), it seems far more likely that she was displaying what was known as "failure to thrive".

A diminutive adult — she was 4'11" (150 cm) — she always wore platform shoes.

She married her first husband Theodor Peter Wolfensberger (1902-1954) in 1932 — he was eventually known in the U.S. as Theodore P. Wolfe — and they were divorced in 1939 (Wolfe arranged for the immigration of Austrian psychiatrist Wilhelm Reich in 1939, and was the translator of most of Reich's books and articles).

She married her second husband, economist and editor of The New Republic, George Henry Soule (1888-1970), in 1940. A daughter, Marcia was born in 1942.Dunbar was taught by private tutors and at private schools. She graduated from Bryn Mawr with a B.A. (dual major in mathematics and psychology) in 1923. She held degrees in theology (B.D. from Union Theological Seminary, where she encountered the psychologist of religion James H. Leuba, in 1927), philosophy (Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1929), and medicine (M.D. from Yale University 1930).

She also trained with Anton Boisen (1876-1965), a co-founder of the Clinical Pastoral Education Movement, at the Worcester State Hospital in the summer of 1925, and in 1929 with both Helene Deutsch and Felix Deutsch in Vienna, and with Carl Jung at the Burghölzli, the psychiatric clinic of Zurich University. In pursuit of more knowledge in relation to the psychic aspects of healing and disease she visited Lourdes and a number of other healing shrines in Germany and Austria.

Apple to dominate touch panel market in 2011

Bangalore: Apple with their innovative and diplomatic approach has come ahead to set aside glass capacitive touch panel to acquire 60 percent of the world's population through prepaying by 2011.

This in turn will churn other companies fighting for the remaining 40 percent. Business of these companies will grow similar to the tactics followed by Apple. Gigaom explains, " Prepaying for a bulk, long-term contract allows Apple to control pricing, causing scarcity in the market, which raises the prices of remaining component stock.

Apple's pre-bought parts then give it a price advantage when it comes to production costs, and one that could grow as the contract progresses. It's something Apple's been known to do in the past, specifically with NAND flash memory in 2005." Speaking about the business strata of Apple, it has suppliers Wintek and TPK, and is making a huge sum of $3.9 billion for long-term contracts, enough money to cover 136 million iPhone displays or 60 million iPad 2 displays.
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Intel demos Meego OS

Bangalore: Intel demonstrated Operating System Meego on a tablet device at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.

Meego was formed as a result of merger of the Nokia and Intel's Linux-based platforms Maemo and Moblin. However, Stephen Elop, CEO, Nokia has earlier announced that they have shifted their primary focus from MeeGo to Microsoft's Windows Phone platform.The OS, according to Darren Wilson, MeeGo Design Manager, makes it easier for users to go to applications. Here, the user has to touch a video or a picture for few seconds and the menu appears instantly, providing the users with various options. This is different from other OS where the users have to go to applications to find the options they are looking for. By putting information on the users' homepage, Meego will make information easily accessible.

Intel is expected to bring the tablet running on Meego by this year which will be followed by several smartphones. The exact date of the launch of these devices is still unknown. In spite of its focus on Windows Phone 7 as its primary platform, Nokia also plans to bring a mobile based on Meego platform.

The OS is currently being supported by Toshiba, Fujitsu, Asus, Acer, AMD, Texas Instruments, ST-Ericsson and Novell. Along with these, mobile operators such as Wind River, Orange, Telefonica and Sprint are also all backing the development. 


What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

BERLIN, GERMANY: Many web surfers don't know it, but the introduction of new internet address standards might change the way they get online.

Since the supply of usable addresses governed by the IPv4 standard (internet protocol, version 4) has been exhausted, IPv6 has now been introduced. This will allow a previously impossible variety of addresses, says Christoph Meinel, a professor at Germany's Hasso Plattner Institute.

But what does this change mean for everyday surfers? Here's an overview.

Why are IP addresses necessary?

In order for internet-capable devices to share information, they need a unique machine-readable address. These addresses are assigned based on a standard of internet protocols.

But, since humans have a hard time remembering these strings of numbers, websites are also labelled with domain names, like When these addresses are typed into browsers, special servers translate them into IP addresses for the benefit of the computers.

What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

Until now, IP addresses have been assigned in blocks of four numbers with up to three numerals each:, for example. The new IPv6 standard won't convert the numbers into the decimal system, rather a hexadecimal system, recognized by its combination of numbers and letters.

The new standard can be recognized by its eight blocks, separated by colons - 2001:db8:0:0:0:0:1428:57ab, for example.

Will my computer be able to process the new standard?

In most cases, yes. But an IPv6-capable operating system is a prerequisite. Those can be found in any Windows system post Vista. There are ways to install the functionality into Windows XP systems. Mac systems starting at 10.2 and Linux, in general, can support IPv6.

Will my DSL access support the new standard?

In most cases, no. Contemporary routers, like the ones provided by telecommunications companies when DSL packages are ordered, are still set for the old IPv4 standard. In some cases, IPv6 can be added with a firmware update. When purchasing a new router, make sure it supports IPv6.

Should I anticipate problems during the transition to the new standard?

Generally, no. Internet use shouldn't be affected after the switch - at least that's what providers are promising. Those providers have modified their network so that data packets reach all users whether they are using IPv4 or IPv6 standards, a method called dual-stack application. Alternatively, software solutions, like those based on tunnel technology, can be used.


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