Monthly Archives: January 2012

eBook readers and tablets are in great demand by Americans

According to a study from Pew Research Center about 20% of all US citizens already now own a tablet PC. This doubled from December 2011, hence tablet PCs were very likely to be found under the X-mas tree 😉 The … Continue reading

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ICMR market study reveals: Germans stay longer online, Italians are top in using social media

A study from the British government Ofcom reveals detailed insight in the use of media and Internet usage of Europeans. In Germany every person spent 756 minutes per week on the average in Internet, 62 minutes more than last year. … Continue reading

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Neuartiger Bildschirm erlaubt mehreren Personen verschiedene Bilder zu sehen

Forscher der kanadischen Universität McMaster in Hamilton ist es gelungen ein Display zu entwickeln, welches mehreren Personen gestattet auf ein und demselben Schirm verschiedene Bilder zu betrachten. Hierzu wird die hohe Bildwiederholfrequenz der bereits bestehenden Displays ausgenutzt. Zur Erklärung: das … Continue reading

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Apple starts massive attack against Samsung’s Galaxy

New information is available on Apple’s recent sue against ten Samsung smartphones. With this sue Apple wants to achieve a general stop of vending the models Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S I, Galaxy S plus, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy … Continue reading

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Intelligent refridgerator and intelligent stove

LG electronics presents at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas an intelligent fridge in combination with an intelligent stove. With an app on your smart phone bar codes of goods are scanned and sent to the fridge, which … Continue reading

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