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iPad (4th Gen) Outruns The iPhone 5 In An Early Benchmark, Listed With 1.4GHz Dual-Core CPU, 1GB Of RAM
The new new iPad hits stores Friday, however an early Geekbench standard exposes some fascinating information. Evidently, at least per this one-off report, Fourth generation iPad uses a dual-core ARMv7 CPU with 1GB of RAM. Not surprisingly, this results in benchmark scores better than those gotten by iPhone 5.
iPad (4th gen) and iPhone 5 seem to share the exact same quantity of RAM; CPU setup is somewhat different between Apple ’ s 2 crown jewel devices. The iPhone 5 makes use of an ARMv6 CPU running at 1.3 GHz, which is better fit for a smartphone-type gadget. Although it ’ s not clear at this point which ARMv7 is inside the iPad (4th gen), standards promote themselves: it ’ s much more effective.
most recent iPad totally defeats previously called New iPad, which runs a dual-core A5X running at 1GHz. 3rd generation iPad scored 791 in Geekbench where the Fourth generation made a 1757, besting the iPhone 5 ′ s 1571 score. Given that the iPad mini utilizes a dual-core A5 of unidentified clock performance, its score will likely be around that of 3rd generation iPad.
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Now that iOS 6 has officially landed, Apple has pulled back the veil revealing the first wave of apps to support its new Passbook feature. The initial group of companies to jump on the bandwagon include: Ticketmaster, Live Nation, Lufthansa, MLB.com At Bat, Sephora to Go, Walgreens and Fandango Movies. While this list is a tad bit shorter than we hoped for, it’s safe to say that more apps will follow in the not-so-distant future. Want to be the first to know when they arrive? Be sure to keep an eye on the Passbook section of the App Store for the latest updates.
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Microsoft said that it was going to add desktop app listings to the Windows Store in the Windows 8 Release Candidate, and now the very first one has made its appearance. Fittingly, it’s one of Microsoft’s very own pieces of software — Microsoft Office 2010. As we previously reported, desktop apps in the Windows Store are merely glorified links to the developer’s website, and don’t even offer basic info like install size, rating, or permissions. The Redmond-based company has strict requirements for certifying apps and allowing them to be offered in the Windows Store, and desktop apps have a few extra perquisites. Namely, developers are allowed only up to two links (32- and 64-bit), and those links must go directly to the purchase page….
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If you left the theater after watching Marvel / Disney / Joss Whedon’s The Avengers ready to buy the Blu-ray disc as soon as it hit then get your credit cards ready. As Blu-ray.com notes, Amazon has listings for both a 2-disc Blu-ray edition and a 4-disc Blu-ray 3D version, but the one that’s caught our eye is the just updated listing for Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled. A ten disc set, it has every movie in this chapter of Marvel flicks — Avengers, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man 1 & 2, The Incredible Hulk — with 3D copies where applicable plus collectible packaging and a bonus “The Phase One Archives” disc. The only pic of the casing we have is the promo image shown above which hints at a replica of Nick Fury’s Cosmic Cube suitcase from the movie, but more information is promised to be revealed July 15th. Until then you’ll have to decide of $ 153 ($ 25~ per movie) is worth it for the set, or maybe take this time to finance it by selling off your existing copies on Craigslist. Your choice.
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Just a couple of days ago, Canadian carrier WIND quietly outed its soon-to-be Nokia Lumia 710, and now it’s Bell’s turn to follow suit by teasing an upcoming device of its own. Unlike WIND, however, Bell isn’t flaunting a Mango-flavored handset, but instead a Gingerbread-loaded Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE. As you may have guessed by the “LTE” stuffed in its relatively long dub, this Sammy slab will be able to surf through the Mobility network’s Long Term Evolution waves. Sadly, the product page isn’t showing us just how much cash you’ll have to unleash, or how “soon” we can expect it to hit shelves around the True North. No worries, though, since Bell does have a signup page waiting for you to kindly place your name on it.
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When Samsung first announced the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus WiFi-only tablet, they failed to mention anything about pricing or availability. We assumed that meant that there would be a bit of a wait before we got the chance to get up close and personal with the slate, but maybe we were wrong. J&R electronics retailer has listed the device for pre-order in both the 32GB and 16GB flavors.
At J&R you can pre-order the 16GB model for $ 399.99, while the 32GB Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will cost you $ 499.99, reports Unwired View. The 32GB model is listed as “out of stock” at the moment, while the 16GB model seems to still be listed as available. Either way, the “Add To Cart” button for the 32GB version is still functional, and seems to just be another way of placing your pre-order.
As a refresher, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus sports a 1024×600 WSVGA touchscreen, Android 3.2 Honeycomb, a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, a 3-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing shooter for video chat. It features support for a microSD card and packs the Netflix app straight out of the box.
Unfortunately, J&R offers up no time frame for shipments, but simply states that they are waiting on shipments from the manufacturer. Still, if you’ve had your heart set on a 7-inch Honeycomb tablet from Samsung, a pre-order at J&R’s will surely put one of the very first Galaxy Tab 7-inchers in your hands.
What’s this? A listing for an unreleased Intel chip on eBay? This purported eight-core, hyper-threaded Sandy Bridge E-series processor is apparently a third party tester unit, hence the cloak and dagger “Intel Confidential” stamped in the middle of the thing. The “E,” as previously stated, stands for “Enthusiast,” especially fitting in the case of a $ 1,360 dollar piece of near-future tech with a strict no refund / return policy. Not surprisingly, the sale has been shutdown prematurely. Whether it was pulled by the seller or at the strong urging of Intel will have to remain a mystery for now, as will those blazingly fast speeds we’ve read so much about — at least until it pops up again on Craigslist.
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Sorry, everybody, you’re not Person of the Year in 2010. For the fourth time in a row someone other than you has won the honor, and this time it’s Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Why? Well, Time says it’s because his creation has “wired together a twelfth of humanity,” but we think a certain highly dramatized blockbuster movie might have something to do with it. Really, it’s not luck the Zuck did that much in 2010, except tell some uncomfortable stories when launching Seamless Messaging. Runners up include Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, who had another rough year, and Wikileak’s Julian Assange, who is currently having a rather rough December after shaking up international relations all year long.
Question by Michael: How do publishers get their sites listed first in search results?
Like if you search on Yahoo for Cheap iPad the first site that shows is an affiliate site cheapipads(dot)us.
How do they get their sites listed first? Were they the first to make a site and use the keywords “Cheap iPad”?
Thank you all for your help.
Answer by Adam
Depends on the search engine and the competitiveness of the term.
Yahoo!’s the worst example since it’s the one that allows for the most obvious spam. It’s gotten a whole lot better lately, but it’s got a ways to go before it gets rid of the thin affiliate sites, the splogs, the MFA sites, etc.
“Cheap” is also a key word in that a lot of SEOs and wannabes will target the word “cheap” because they figure people will search for that word. And they’re right…people will search for that word. People who are cheap and usually spend as little as is absolutely possible while causing more grief than the people who spend the most money, that is. But this is where you get a lot of the get-rich-quick affiliate sites and things of that nature…people targeting “budget” words.
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It seems like hardly a day goes by without another Eee PC being announced. Like the Eee PC 1016P going all official on the website even though it lacks an official product page. This one runs an Intel Atom N455 processor and comes equipped with Bluetooth 3.0, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and 13-hours of battery life.
It can be had in black or silver. Some other features include: Windows 7 Starter/Windows 7 Home Basic/Windows 7 Professional, 10.1 â€œLED backlit WSVGA screen (1024 Ã— 600), WLAN 802.11b/g/n, Stereo speakers, Built-in microphone and an MMC/SD/SDHC memory card slot.
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