Monthly Archives: March 2017
Features ‘Handwriting’ Simplify Use Google Translate

CALIFORNIA – Google is taking the handwriting feature in Google Translate. This feature allows users to write their own posts…

NEXCOM’s Latest Vehicle Mount Computer Manages Volatility In Mining Logistics Services

NEXCOM’s new, all-in-one vehicle mount computer, optimizes mining logistics service and manages volatile working conditions in tank trucks. With orders,…

Tiny Books For The Macintosh Still No. 1 Despite MAC-Only Compatibility, Boffin Says

Tiny Books for the Macintosh was announced as the top ranking Bookkeeping software by Boffin. The editors at the software…

ASUS unveils Transformer Book TX300

ASUS India, a leader in the new digital era, together with UTV, today unveiled the Transformer Book TX300 – World’s thinnest…

Google Nexus Ready to Use Android 4.3

California – Google announced the Android 4.3 operating system in a Google event in San Francisco on July 24, 2013….

Intel Aims to “Re-Architect” Datacenters to Meet Demand for New Services

Reveals new details of the forthcoming 22nm Intel® Atom™ processors C2000 product family, enabling the company to target a larger portion…

Sony Launches Laptop Weighing 770 Gram

Computer manufacturers are competing to make the laptop with the smallest possible size and weight as possible. Sony did not…

Acer M5 Series Notebook Line Strengthens newest

Acer back strengthening M4 Series flagship notebook line by presenting models M5-583P-6428 new to the market. Based on the use of…

Opera Next 16 hints at new features

Norwegian browser developer Opera Software has confirmed the switch of its browser development to a rapid release cycle with the…

Cisco’s acquisition of Sourcefire Rp 27 Trillion

California – The company manufactures and network equipment Cisco Systems Inc. will buy security firm Sourcefire. Companies based in San…

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