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During today’s analyst event, JetBlue shared some more details about its upcoming in-flight WiFi product. The service, which will be powered by ViaSat’s Exede, has been coined “Fly-Fi,” and the airline plans to begin rolling it out to its aircraft “soon.” JetBlue hasn’t presented a firm timeline, but says “Barring any setbacks during certification, we expect our first Wi-Fi-enabled flight with customers to take to the skies later this year.” That’s perhaps not as soon as you may have liked, but based on a speed demo (comparing Exede, Gogo, Row 44 and Panasonic’s offering), this new and improved solution will be worth the wait. Take a sneak peek in the comparison video after the break.
P4 and P5 aren’t the sorts of names that impart the manner of excitement space exploration companies and organizations are looking to inspire in the next generation of enthusiasts (nor the customers, philanthropists and tax payers destined to fund those explorations). The SETI Institute, a private non-profit, best known for its ties to the eponymous search for extraterrestrial intelligence in the universe, is looking to add a little bit of audience participation to the act of naming Pluto’s newly discovered moons, which sport those rather uninspired alphanumeric designations.
Beginning today, SETI will open up an online contest to name the moons, both of which were discovered via the Hubble Telescope fairly recently. As with the rest of the dwarf planet’s moons, the organization’s asking that the names be associated with Hades (the underworld), with ties to Greek or Roman mythology. SETI will pre-select candidates and is also allowing for write-in candidates (though it’s retaining editorial discretion here, so, for better or worse, we’re not likely to see a Baba Booey moon in the near future).
On a recent trip to the Bay Area, we had the opportunity to speak to Mark Showalter, the senior research scientist at the organization’s Carl Sagan Center, an astronomer who played a key role in the discovery of the celestial bodies. You can check out that interview just after the break, before heading off to vote. Showalter is also co-hosting a Google+ Hangout with astronomer Hal Weaver today at 2PM ET.
Source: Pluto Rocks
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It’s no key that China keeps a tight lid on web liberties, and it’s not about to brighten today. The federal government has actually passed regulations calling for that locals utilize their genuine names whenever they enroll in web – and phone-based services (not just the access itself); while those were already usual practices, there’s now the genuine hazard of punishment behind them. Anyone who clears those hurdles additionally needs to be more watchful of exactly what they write. If a web page or post is deemed “illegal information,” service hosts now have to delete its public presence, archive it and pass the content along to authorities. The state unsurprisingly suggests that those who already remain on the sunny side of the law have nothing to anxiety from the brand-new measures (where have we heard that prior to?), but the peace of minds won’t be much aid to privacy supporters or those tough corruption.
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HootSuite CEO offers ‘product credit’ after botched Seesmic integration exposes names and email addresses
Ryan Holmes, CEO of social networks management start-up HootSuite, has actually provided customers a “item credit” after a mistake in integrating new accounts exposed individuals’ names and e-mail addresses. Some individuals reported receiving hundreds of e-mails reminding them that a 60-day HootSuite Pro trial period was about to end, regardless of having never ever signed up for such a trial– in many instances, the e-mails consisted of others individuals’ addresses in the ‘To:’ field.
According to a declaration given to The Next Web, additionally posted on HootSuite’s web site, the mass mailouts were caused by “a technical problem related to our integration of Seesmic accounts with our existing HootSuite individual accounts.” HootSuite acquired competitor Seesmic in September in an effort to boost …
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Nokia finally handled to offload its luxury-oriented Vertu brand name to private equity firm EQT-VI late last week, but the parties involved appeared content to keep quiet at the time. Not so anymore– Vertu has actually just issued an formal declaration on the matter, and dropped a bit of brand-new light on its executive framework going forward.
Sources informed TechCrunch late last week that Nokia alum Anssi Vanjoki would certainly take over Vertu’s CEO spot, however that no longer seems to be the instance. Instead, he has been appointed chairman of a new, non-executive board meant to support present Vertu chief Perry Oosting as he continues to run the tv show.
So just what ’ s next for the freshly transferred business unit? Vertu’s statement also points to the existence of a “strong item roadmap in development,” though there was no additional explanation on the matter. The business is most likely best known for deceiving out otherwise droll function phones with ludicrously ostentatious trim (to their credit, they never ever took the simple path and blinged up commonly-available hardware), however current equipment ventures like the Constellation line have actually underlined a shift in the business’s understanding of the mobile market. Paying a ludicrous sum of cash for a phone is one thing, but paying an unbelievable amount of money for a phone that’s technically inferior to more common gadgets does not seem to be a viewpoint Vertu will be sticking to for much longer.
To wit: current rumblings point to Vertu’s adoption of Android for use in powering its future mobile phones. It’s a savvy move, if real– it ’ s very adjustable for one (which indicates that Vertu owners might soon have a gaudy smartphone UI to go with their gadget ’ s gaudy industrial design), not to mention that the shift could finally put Vertu hardware on the very same level as additional contemporary mobile phones. Then once more, I ’ m not sure how many individuals in fact got Vertu handsets for their capability, so who knows how this will all play out.
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Question by reshmi n: please give me the site where the names of the project of electro-robotics?
the electro robotics should be related to microprocessor
the names , details such as circuit dia. , data sheet, etc
Answer by James M
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Everyone knows that Samsung is making a big Windows 8 push at IFA, but there’s new signs emerging that it might shake up its naming scheme in the process. We now know through SamMobile that Samsung has quietly snapped up a pair of trademarks with the Ativ badge that would let its branding venture beyond the Galaxy. Ativ Tab is the most conspicuous: unless Samsung is planning a shakeup of its Android slates, there’s a distinct chance we’re looking at the future name for one or more Windows 8 tablets. Ativ S is slightly more nebulous, although that very familiar oversized S raises the possibility of a high-end Windows Phone 8 smartphone like the Odyssey. Whether or not Samsung wields these trademarks later this week, or at all in the near future, is still up in the air — it may be holding on to names as a precaution rather than previewing a course of action. If the Ativ label makes its way into stores, though, it may give Samsung a much catchier (if not entirely intuitive) name for its Windows devices than Series 5 Hybrid PC.
As Samsung Tries To Get Galaxy Tab Injunction Lifted, Apple Names Eight Samsung Products It Prefers Prohibited
After Friday ’ s $ 1.05 billion verdict in favor of Apple, Samsung is now trying everything to reverse the trend while Apple is charging foward at full speed. Even though the injunction hearing will take place on September 20, some Samsung devices, such as the Galaxy Tab 10.1, were subject to preliminary injunctions. The jury chose that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 did not infringe the iPad D ’ 889 design patent– Apple ’ s trade outfit– and as a result revoked the previous injunction.
Samsung requests a dissolution of the sales ban, the $ 2.6 million bond from Apple that safeguarded Samsung if it was figured out that the injunction was unnecessary, and probably damages for lost sales.
Apple, fresh off of its court success last week, just informed the court the products it is going after for an U.S. sales ban on the basis of patent infringement. Luckily, a minimum of for Samsung, many of these products are no longer offered. But Samsung will no doubt battle Apple on this also.
- Droid Fee
- Galaxy S Display
- Galaxy Prevail
- Galaxy S 4G
- Galaxy S2 (AT&T)
- Galaxy S2 (Skyrocket)
- Galaxy S2 (T-Mobile)
- Galaxy S2 Epic 4G
Samsung is attempting not to lose ground in the legal struggle against Apple. >On June 26, U.S. Area Judge Lucy Koh purchased a basic sales ban on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 based upon the fact that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was hurting Apple ’ s sales due to trade dress and design patent infringement. At that time, Koh appeared convinced since she did not also await an Apple hearing to issue the injunction.
That ’ s why it is very important to mention that Koh can easily overrule the jury ’ s choice and state that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 does infringe Apple ’ s D ’ 889 design patent.
In addition to the significance of Koh ’ s next move, the tool was part of the listing of Samsung tools that infringed several Apple software patents– a minimum of ’ 381, ’ 915 and ’ 163 patents, respectively for “ bounce back ” scrolling, pinching to zoom and tapping to zoom. Apple may be requesting yet another assessment of that judgment on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the appeals court.
As long as the final injunction process is not over, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is still not out of risk. Yet, Samsung ’ s argument seems valid. It is worth attempting to get loss from Apple. As the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is currently out, reparations and brand name track record might definitely be the main inspiration behind Samsung ’ s court filing.
China Times is reporting that Microsoft is only letting an elite few companies build Windows RT tablets in order to focus its research and development resources. It asked three chipmakers to pick up to two OEMs to bring inside the tent, with NVIDIA grabbing ASUS and Lenovo, TI snagging Toshiba and Qualcomm selecting Samsung and HP. However, the latter company dropped out of the program to concentrate on x86 machines, so Dell’s currently jockeying to take its place. The first wave of completed tablets will arrive on October 26th, and Redmond won’t open up the market until January next year — so expect Windows RT to be the buzz-word CES 2013.
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