Samsung’s MV800 camera wins award



Samsung Mv800

Samsung Mv800

Islamabad—Samsung’s trendsetting MultiView MV800 anticipates the future of innovative compact cameras.

Samsung Pakistan’s Managing Director, Mr. John Park said; “We are extremely proud of winning this prestigious award. This clearly showcases our continuous commitment to producing innovative and cutting-edge digital imaging products that are smarter, simpler and fun to use.” Continue reading


Apple doubles quarterly profits to $11.6bn (£7.2bn)



Apple has reported its profits almost doubled in the first three months of

Apple Profit

Apple shares have fallen 13% in recent weeksthe year.

Apple said its net profit came in at $11.6bn (£7.2bn), up from $6bn in the same period last year and much better than had been expected.

The technology giant sold 35 million iPhones in the quarter, which was also almost double the level from a year ago.
Apple shares rose more than 7% to $601 in after-hours trading. Continue reading

Google Drive to offer free storage in the cloud



Google has launched a new consumer service offering up to 16TB


Google's rate for 100GB of space is cheaper than Dropbox but more expensive than SkyDrive

(terabytes) of storage for photos and other online content.

Dubbed Google Drive, the service goes head to head with rival cloud services such as Dropbox and Microsoft’s SkyDrive.

It offers 5GB (gigabytes) of storage for free. People pay on a rising scale for more space.

Experts say that Google is “late” to the market. Continue reading

New Technology Could Let You Unlock Doors with Your Bones


Photo of a hand with a door

Keys. They take up valuable room in your pockets and are constantly getting lost. You know what doesn’t get lost? Your skeleton.

In the future, we all might be opening doors with our skeletons thanks to technology developed by AT&T Labs that transmits a unique vibration through your body to do things like… well, unlock doors. Giving a new meaning to the phrase “slide to unlock,” the Continue reading

Want to Skype a Video Call on Your PS Vita? Now You Can


Im not sure I’d call it the killer app the PS Vita’s looking for, but if you’ve been waiting for a video chat option that lets you avail yourself of the Vita’s dual cameras, it’s finally here, as in right now, courtesy Skype. All you need do is download it (it’s free for all) from the PlayStation Store, though Sony notes it could take up to 48 hours to roll out completely. Continue reading

Steve Jobs Great Speech at Stanford

Steve jobs at stanford

Steve Jobs at Stanford

I dropped out of Reed College after the first 6 months, but then stayed

around as a drop-in for another 18 months or so before I really quit. So why did I drop out?

It started before I was born. My biological mother was a young, unwed college graduate student, and she decided to put me up for adoption. She felt very strongly that I should be adopted by college

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