Friday, May 13, 2011

Fujistu think the gadget of the future

Many designs have sought to combine different types of gadgets, and there are several tablets mixing devices with laptops or smartphones to a passage of a tablet, the perfect proportion is what your looking Fujistsu Flexbook. The Flexbook is simply a design prototype created by designer Hao-Chun Huang with the distinction of being adaptable to our needs at any time.

The Flexbook is a gadget that folds can be easily transformed into tablet, laptop or electronic book according to the use we want to give. Through a system of folding as we have seen in some laptops lately the Flexbook has physical keyboard, touch screen and others with a design not much bigger than a book or booklet.

Facebook tab to an agency to disparage Google

Facebook has admitted that it hired the public relations firm Burson-Marsteller to disseminate information on Google, regarding privacy violations of the competitor. The fact was known as a blogger, Chris Sohogian, received a proposal from that agency to help you write an article on Social Circle, a service connected to Gmail, Google.

The information you supplied was apocalyptic: "The American people must be aware of the deep intrusion into his personal life by Google that is cataloging and disseminating every minute of every day without his permission." The blogger thought the agency was making a mountain out of a grain of sand and decided to investigate the source of interest in the subject and for whom he worked.

Skylink Xpad incorporates a "new" protocol for satellite navigation

Today, the GPS satellite tracking system can be found in various types of mobile gadgets. A system created for military purposes during the Cold War has become a standard of living. What many know is that GPS is not the only protocol satellite location there is also the Russian GLONASS system. To date, few have heard of GLONASS, but thanks to Skylink that could change.

The mobile manufacturer has designed a new tablet that incorporates both location systems, GPS and GLONASS, will address the first tablet that incorporates the Russian system. The model was named Skylink Xpad and has excellent technology. The tablet is powered with a 800 MHz processor, 512 MB memory and a 7-inch screen.

Some gamers relive the arcades

A subsidiary of Disney used illegally collecting personal data from children

Playdom, a publisher of video games and online networks for at least 13 years old, bought by Disney in August 2010, has reached an amicable agreement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the U.S. agency responsible for consumer protection and privacy, and will pay $ 3 million (2 million euros) to avoid a trial.

Between 2006 and 2010, Playdom, which publishes twenty games, had collected such personal information about children using Pony Stars game closed in December 2010. E-mail addresses of more than 800,000 children, and possibly other information provided by children (name, city ...), were recorded by the company without the consent of parents is requested.