Author: David


Well I guess you don’t need to buy a mac anymore cause Intel went on the record Wednesday saying that its silicon will support USB 3.0 in 2012 and urged developers to target both USB and its new “Thunderbolt” technology. “Intel is going to support USB 3.0 in the 2012 client platform. We’re going to support Thunderbolt capability. We believe they’re complementary,” said Kirk Skaugen, a vice president at the Intel Architecture Group, speaking at Intel’s developer conference in Beijing Wednesday. The event was streamed over the Web.   Only select laptops, such as the Dell Precision M6500, support USB 3.0 today using non-Intel silicon. The “2012 client platform” that Skaugen referred to is known more commonly by the code name “Ivy Bridge,” which is the family of chips that will follow the “Sandy Bridge” processors shipping in PCs today. USB is one of the most widely used connection technologies in the world, found on everything from PCs to tablets to smartphones. Intel laid the groundwork for widespread adoption in spring 2002 when it put the technology in its silicon. When Intel includes USB 3.0–which is about 10 times faster than current USB technology–in Ivy Bridge silicon in 2012 that will mark 10 years since the chipmaker upgraded its chips to the newest USB tech. Today, Intel has support for USB 3.0 only in select desktop motherboards. And those boards don’t use...

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What! No More Internet?

Everything that has internet has a IP basically “IP”means Internet Protocol address but when the precursor to the Internet was developed at UCLA in 1969, little did they know that we would all someday be connected by this thing many times over And that’s a problem. In 1976, when the U.S. Department of Defense came up with an outer limit for the number of such internet connections that would ever be needed, it settled on the far-out figure of 4.3 billion — almost enough to provide one IP address for every man, woman and child on the planet. Well, as you can guess it’s not enough in 2011. Earlier this month the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) doled out its last old-school internet protocol addresses. Don’t worry though, your next smart phone won’t be off the grid. ICANN and a number of computer and internet giants (Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Comcast) have been preparing for this day for years and say they’re ready to roll out a whole new address system soon. In fact, the transition to the new address system (“Internet Protocol 6?) is happening now, and a test of the new set-up is set for June 8. Unfortunately, it could get complicated. Young people, be prepared to head over to your parents’ houses that day and do the usual re-booting and reconfiguring. ICANN Chairman...

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Paperli What Is It?

So Your in this crazy world I call The Social Media Train and you want to gather your followers in a blog like platform well I have cool thing to show you my teacher Judi Window told me about this and I have to say I think everyone should have if have Facebook and/or twitter Paperli is a privately held startup incorporated in Switzerland (Lausanne) and located on the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology EPFL campus. By Small Rivers. There are four types of Twitter account based papers a user can create, and one Facebook account based. The audience of your paper, or the use of your paper, is going to influence the type of paper you create. 1. Account Based Paper: a paper created on your Twitter account This paper is generated from the content of your account; content tweeted by yourself and that of the people you follow. It provides you with a comprehensive overview of your timeline and who you follow. The newspaper layout is convenient, and provides you with news you find relevant based on the trusted network of users that you follow. The Navigation Bar at the top of your paper highlights the focus of your content for that paper. The word Headlines will always remain, but the other key words can change, based on the focus of the content flowing over your twitter...

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