Monday, May 16, 2011

Motorola Gleam, for lovers of simplicity

Today we bring you one of the most beautiful models designed by Motorola: the Motorola Gleam. While this is not a smartphone, in a time of booming and popularity of these phones, is ideal for those looking for a device designed for talking, messaging and surfing the Internet, with a good design and easy to use features.

The Gleam Motorola is a clamshell phone, coming back to previous formats, as long there are no known major developments of these types of phones. Its dimensions are standard, with a thickness of 13.9 mm and a 2.4 inch screen. Undoubtedly, this design is its main attraction: there are several external lights that warn you of each message or call received.

Watch your baby with Baby Smart

The gadgets of the future are already among us and this is a clear example. Today In Tech News Buzz in we present a device that will help you control your children much smaller, especially to babies. This is the new Smart Baby Monitor. This new device has been presented at the last CES show and it is nothing less than a handheld camera that allows you to monitor your children while you're ahead.

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Data leakage from the provider of Internet Piracy

Information collected by the company Trident Media Guard (TMG), the only company authorized to conduct Featured IP (Internet protocol) networks P2P download on behalf of beneficiaries, have been freely available on the One of the company's servers for several days. Revealed by computer security specialist Olivier Laurelli, the security hole allowing access to particular files from surveys conducted by TMG.

Apple keyboards and patented improvements to the communication in noisy environments

Two media have published Apple's record of as many patents to improve their phones. One of them refers to the use of the telephone in a noisy environment. A sensor detects noise in the place where you are in mobile and on-screen displays the percentage. The owner may have activated a system of oral notice of this circumstance in which the caller warned of the impossibility of speaking in those circumstances.

Yahoo and Alibaba negotiate a way out of crisis

Yahoo and its Chinese partner, Alibaba announced Sunday in a statement that they were in discussions to resolve the status of payment subsidiary of Alibaba, Alipay, as quickly as possible. Yahoo! revealed this week that he had learned Alibaba sold its subsidiary to pay, Alipay, a new entity controlled by its CEO, Jack Ma, unwittingly and unbeknownst to the rest of the board administration.

The U.S. Internet group said that the sale of Alipay it was announced March 31 by Alibaba as a fait accompli, and said that the other shareholder in Alibaba, Softbank in Japanese, as he had been kept in ignorance. The Chinese group has denied these claims. According to the company official, quoted by Dow Jones Newswires Saturday, the board of directors and shareholders, "including Yahoo and Softbank" were "fully aware of the transfer of ownership of Alipay.

In Geneva, the UN at the bedside of the digital divide

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) opened its doors Monday, May 16 in Geneva. This annual forum is organized by several UN bodies, including the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and UNESCO. For one week, the sixth session since the inaugural summit in Tunis 2005regroupe a wide range of actors from new technologies and institutional members of government, private sector, but also experts and representatives of nongovernmental organizations.

Demonstrations in Turkey against Internet censorship

Thousands of protesters have invested on Sunday, the streets of several Turkish cities to protest against censorship which are subject to the websites in this country. In Istanbul, about 5,000 people invested Istiklal Avenue, the main shopping street of the city, chanting "Free Turkey! Free Internet! Or" Tayyip, take off your legs with my Internet, "referring to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Download: Limewire enters into a settlement agreement for $ 105 million

LimeWire American society, which published a software exchange music files, convicted of copyright infringement, agreed to pay $ 105 million (74 million) to settle the lawsuits, said the association Professional Disc RIAA late last week. According to the RIAA, which issued a statement Thursday evening, an amicable agreement was reached when a jury convened in New York should decide the amount of damages that should be condemned LimeWire.

PlayStation Network "gradually" reinstated

The Japanese electronics giant Sony said on Saturday in a statement today that he committed "a process of gradual recovery" of its online gaming service, interrupted as a result of hacker crime. The online discount will be organized by region and did not relate this weekend that the United States. The date of delivery in office for Europe and France is not yet known, and all the services could only be restored until late May.