Monthly Archive:: February 2013

The difference between regular and fibre optic broadband

Technology is always in a state of change. Old technologies are constantly being rendered obsolete by newer ones and this trend is not likely to cease anytime soon. This has happened throughout history as technology has evolved and consumers’ expectations change. Even something as new as DSL Broadband (Digital Subscriber Line) is now being slowly

With pixels, Google is stepping up its war against Microsoft

Unveiled last week, the pixels Chromebook is the first notebook designed entirely by Google. If it inspires MacBook Air, both in its design that … its price (from 1299 dollars), top model has not provided the ambition to attack frontally Apple. Its launch is part of an overall strategy in contrast to the Mountain View company to take a

Facebook spam: beware of so-called iPhone 5 to win

Facebook is a victim of a new wave of publications contentious promise 20, 50 or 500 to win a free iPhone 5 from pages that impersonate Apple or its local subsidiaries. Following the so-called promotional offer promising opportunities acquire an iPhone 5 for only 59 euros, or the promise of free Mega accounts Francophone networks on Facebook are

MWC 2013 – Samsung Unveils KNOX terminals for secure business

Security: Samsung follows in the footsteps of Blackberry 10 with a technology to separate hermetically contained pros and characters on a terminal used in business. The phenomenon of BYOD obviously has not escaped the handset manufacturers. We know more and more employees bring their smartphones or tablets into business to be used for work. This obviously raises security issues. In

How Windows 8 Rewrites the Rules of PC Gaming

PC gaming is a platform that dramatically changes on a regular basis, but none of the other changes that PC gaming has undergone can compare to what Windows 8 has changed. Game developers are using inspiration from smartphones and integrating their ideas into intriguing games. The invention of modern technological devices such as the tablet