• April 13, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    JAKARTA – HP EliteOne 800 Series G1 and Series 800 G1 is a device EliteDesk AiO HP commercial desktop PCs and most resilient form factor with the widest selection, which was created specifically to meet the demands of today’s business.
    HP desktop series EliteDesk / EliteOne 800 G1 is supported by the 4th generation Intel ® Core ™ processors for maximum performance and the graphics are sharp, and the new caching option and a solid state drive that provides fast access to data and applications.
    AiO devices and desktop PCs supported by HP Elite features enterprise-class security and client management solutions to protect and manage critical business data, device and user identity with Intel vPro support.
    With the highest efficiency class power supply that is up to 94 percent, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) offered by this device was not in doubt.
    EliteOne HP AiO PC 800 G1 is the most powerful, rich multimedia, with a stylish design which is 23 percent thinner than the previous generation and support for Windows ® 8 with a dynamic touch screen experience, and highly interactive interface.
    HP EliteDesk / 800 series G1 EliteOne provide robust and reliable performance with deployment options that can be tailored to the needs of the organization, all backed by a comprehensive portfolio management and security solutions from HP. (Eko Sutriyanto)

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  • April 12, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    California – Facebook amid redesign navigation bar for iOS and Android app for easy use. Some Facebook users reported that the new navigation bar has appeared at the bottom of the screen.

    But, it was not all users can get the new navigation bar that is still a beta version of it. With the addition of the menu at the bottom, the side navigation bar is now no longer in the beta version of the Facebook application.

    Android users who already have a new navigation bar using Facebook beta version of Google Play Store. While the Apple iPhone users who see the new navigation bar that has installed the regular version of Facebook.

    Android users who have installed the Facebook application is given a link to download the beta version of Facebook when they install updates. This all shows the changes coming from the server.

    There is no warranty on the features of the new navigation bar. Current navigation bar is still considered to iOS or Android app.

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  • San Francisco – Twitter introduced reforms for iOS and Android application on July 17, 2013. The update was a method of censorship of sensitive content, such as pornography and violence, which appeared in the early post-twit.
    If Twitter states that an image or a video containing sensitive issues, Twitter will display a label containing the message. Users must click if you want to see the media.
    Message in the label reads, “Media in circulation could contain sensitive content. Twit media settings can be set to inform you if the media contains sensitive content.” Then the user can click “View,” or “Always show my sensitive media.”
    New features began to appear in the July 2013. Users can also tag pictures or video as a medium sensitive to the setting. So, Twitter can give a warning to others before they click the image or video that you post.
    This is a simple way to keep Twitter users more comfortable and not bothered with unwanted content. Especially for the user of Twitter among children and adolescents.

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  • April 12, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    A few years ago a team of researchers from Brown University made headlines after they successfully demonstrated how a paralyzed woman who had lost the use of her arms and legs could control a robotic arm using her brainwaves. In a video, Cathy Hutchinson imagines drinking a cup of coffee, and the robotic arm brings the cup to her lips.

    The scene is amazing, but also a little disturbing. Hutchinson is connected to the robotic arm through a rod-like “pedestal” driven into her skull. At one end of the pedestal, a bundle of gold wires is attached to a tiny array of microelectrodes that is implanted in the primary motor cortex of Hutchison’s brain. This sensor, which is about the size of a baby aspirin, records her neural activity. At the other end of the pedestal is an external cable that transmits neural data to a nearby computer, which translates the signals into code that guides the robotic arm.

    This method, known as BrainGate, pretty much defined state-of-the-art brain-computer interfaces at the end of the last decade. If the idea of a rod-through-the-head computer interface makes you cringe, you are not alone.

    For some time, a small team of researchers at UC Berkeley has been working on plans for a less invasive, wireless monitoring system. Earlier this month, they released a draft paper: “Neural Dust: An Ultrasonic, Low Power Solution for Chronic Brain-Machine Interfaces.”

    Dongjin Seo, a graduate student in UC Berkeley’s electrical engineering and computer science department, authored the paper under the supervision of senior faculty members, including Michel Maharbiz who has famously created cyborg beetles for the US Defense Department.

    Seo said the researchers’ goal is to build an implantable system that is ultra-miniature, extremely compliant, and scalable to be viable for a lifetime, for brain-machine interfaces. “With neural dust, due to its extreme scalability, this framework can be applied for Obama’s BRAIN initiative, which necessitates large-scale, parallel, and real-time monitoring of neurons,” Seo explained.

    The Berkeley researchers propose to sprinkle the brain with tiny, dust-sized, wireless sensors. This would reduce the risk of infection from wiring up scores of sensors placed throughout the brain and limit the trauma to one initial operation. During that operation, the skull would be opened, and sensors would be inserted into the brain. At the same time a separate transceiver would be placed directly under the skull but above the brain. The transceiver would communicate with the sensors via ultrasound.

    Another battery-powered transceiver outside the skull would receive data transmissions from the chip inside the skull and supply wireless power to it.  As the paper notes, this type of power transfer is already used in a variety of medical applications, including cochlear implants. Seo said the amount of power being proposed is within FDA and IEEE guidelines.

    The idea of neural dust immediately sparked the imagination of futurists after the paper was published on arXiv.org on July 8. “The brilliance of this system is that it could potentially allow scientists to see what’s going on with thousands, tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of neurons inside the brain at once,” wrote Ramez Naam, a senior associate at the Foresight Institute and author of “More Than Human: Embracing the promise of biological enhancement.”

    But would neural dust have practical use for the growing industry of mind-controlled computer games and brain training apps? Jon Cowan, founder ofNeuroTek, is dubious. NeuroTek’s Peak Achievement Training has been used at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, as well as at other Olympic centers from China to Norway.

    “[Neural dust] doesn’t have much practical promise because of the surgery it would require,” Cowan said. “I don’t think they’ll find too many people that would volunteer for it.” Cowan noted existing ways for measuring brainwaves that rely on external sensors may be crude, but they’re effective enough for today’s applications.

    “We really believe this is a practical system and, more importantly, we think this is potentially a powerful framework for achieving what Obama has announced,” Seo said. Still, he pointed out that the paper is a draft. “It’s a concept paper,” he said. “It’s a theoretical study of what we think is possible in the realm of neural recording.”

    By publishing the paper on arXiv.org, an online collection of preprints of scientific work, the team is hoping to spur involvement and feedback from scientists in different fields. Lots of challenges remain to be overcome before neural dust will be ready for live testing.

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  • April 10, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    Jakarta – Manufacturers keyboard application for tablet computers and smart phones, SwiftKey, SwiftKey has launched a beta version of Cloud.
    SwiftKey Keyboard is an Android app that can learn the customs and habits of the user typing text to produce a more predictable.
    SwiftKey on Cloud services predecessors, all languages ​​stored on the device. Means, if a user loses his phone, having to learn the application SwiftKey typing habits again. With this new service, users can backup files in the cloud and sync with various devices.
    SwiftKey Cloud will also integrate the analysis of data from Twitter and other sources to find a new trending topic. Then bring the words that relate to the topic being the trend for users.
    Enterprise application that promises enhanced personal words and phrases as well as integrating predictive Gmail and Facebook. This application can be downloaded free.

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  • April 10, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Tilera® Corporation, the leader in 64-bit manycore general purpose processors, today announced it has achieved the highest ever single-chip Suricata performance, delivering 4x the performance, and 7x the performance-per-watt of a high-end x86 multicore processor. Suricata is the industry-leading open source Intrusion Detection and Prevention System (IDS/IPS) developed by the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF) and supported by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to secure networks against next generation security attacks.

    Sophisticated intrusion detection and prevention, such as Suricata implements, requires deep packet inspection and pattern-matching that taxes the capabilities of even the highest performance processors. The Suricata performance achieved on the TILE-Gx72 processor is double that of the previous record-holder, the TILE-Gx36, providing organizations with network security that scales with their networks.

    “Tilera’s TILE-Gx processors are continuing to lead the market in Suricata performance and the impressive results with the TILE-Gx72 demonstrates the synergy between a massively manycore processor, coupled with Suricata’s multi-threaded implementation,” stated Matt Jonkman, president, OISF. “With the continuing rise of security threats and incidents, corporate enterprises, carriers and government organizations are adopting Suricata for their IDS/IPS and leveraging the TILE-Gx processor family coupled with the MDE development environment to achieve the best performance.”

    The TILE-Gx72 is the world’s highest performance and highest efficiency processor with integrated System-on-Chip (SoC) features including eight 10Gb Ethernet ports, 24-lanes of PCI Express, four DDR3 memory controllers, and 23 Mbytes of on-chip cache. The wire-speed, programmable mPIPE front end processes 240 Mpps of bi-directional Ethernet traffic and improves the efficiency of network-heavy applications. With its exceptionally low power profile, several TILE-Gx72 processors can be populated in a single compact datacenter appliance, providing 576 cores of compute and 640Gbps of packet processing with 8 sockets.

    The multi-threaded Suricata IDS/IPS application, version 1.4.0, was ported using Tilera’s Multicore Development Environment (MDE) version 4.1, a full-featured and standards based run-time Linux environment for TILE-Gx processors. The recent “live rule swap” update supports dynamic insertion of new threat signatures into Suricata and enables rapid response to threats such as Zero-Day Attacks.

    “We track Moore’s Law with the tile-based architecture and significantly raise the bar with our TILE-Gx72 processor, incorporating twice the number of cores of our previous high-end processor. Tilera’s high-performance iMesh interconnect enables Suricata performance to scale linearly with the additional cores,” said Devesh Garg, president, and CEO of Tilera. “Once again, we are demonstrating that the TILE-Gx architecture provides a real-world advantage in scalable application performance, power efficiency, and overall compute density.”

    The Suricata solution is available on all of Tilera’s TILE-Gx platforms, ranging from the TILEncore-Gx series of PCIe cards with multiple 10Gbps Ethernet interfaces, to the TILEmpower-Gx 1RU standalone appliance and the TILExtreme-Gx 1RU multi-socket platform with up to 288 cores of compute.

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  • April 9, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    After a long awaited Google today announced a new version of the Android operating system 4.3, although still using the code name Jelly Bean. Not only that, I was told the new features embedded in the latest android.
    Reported by The Verge, the Android 4.3 is Google adds multi-user settings. It is useful to restrict the use and application of a profile feature.
    Meanwhile, Product Management Director of Android, Hugo Barra explained the new features useful to give a sense of security to parents in order to arrange for their children can not open content is not suitable for a child.
    Not only that, Google also added Smart Blurtooth that claimed to save battery usage. Android 4.3 also supports Open GL ES 3.0, which is able to increase the quality of the graphics for gaming, including 3D.
    Starting today, Android 4.3 can be downloaded over-the-air by the users of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, LG Nexus 4, Nexus 7 Asus tablet is also the first generation and Samsung Nexus 10.

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  • April 9, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    PONTIANAK – Asus, the main leader in the digital era has once again expanded its product line in Indonesia. Asus after winning a strong position in the notebook industry and penetrated the tablet and smartphone segment with innovative products such as Pad MeMO, Fonepad, and PadFone, ASUS is now presenting the ranks of the external hard disk.
    In the early stages, there are four models of 2.5-inch external hard disk Asus marketed in Indonesia. The four models are series DL, KR, Leather II, and AN300 series.
    Manager of Product Management and Marketing, Asus Indonesia, Juliana Cen, said user request on storage devices continues to increase along with the increasing use of the computing device itself.
    “In order to meet the needs of these users, we present an external storage media products are not simply a storage medium, but also a product with aesthetic and beauty,” he told the Tribune, Sunday (28/07/2013).
    Juliana states, external hard disk does not have to be boring. With the design of David Lewis, DL Asus HD Ext 2.5 “- 1TB, turn the computing experience with thinness. Moreover, Asus DL 2.5” can work without the need for instant installation and driver.
    “Hard disk is fitted with antishock features for data protection. Use elegant design makes a stylish special cable can be stored so that the disk is still looks neat when not in use,” he explained.
    While other models, Asus KR 2.5 “Ext HDD 1TB presents unique colors, namely brown terran. External hard disk that comes with the glossy texture and charming appearance. With a capacity of 1TB, KR 2.5” supports a hectic lifestyle with spectacular durability and features easier is used.
    While Asus Leather II 2.5 “500GB Ext HDD, not just accessories, but a lifestyle statement. For users who value their data, the hard disk is a charming leather-clad luxury solutions.
    “Hard disk is equipped with a super-speed USB 3.0 for the fastest transfer process at this time, and can work with all file formats, without requiring installation or drivers,” said Juliana.
    In addition, there is still one more model that Asus AN300 2.5 “500GB Ext HDD has a charming color and made of aluminum. Asus AN300 change the perception of external hard disk with the old-fashioned charming style. Asus AN300 stylish, ultra lightweight, ultra thin, and can work at any time with immediate access through USB 3.0 is ready to bring the data owner anywhere without a problem but still stylish.
    Asus AN300 also works well with laptops, desktops, and other media players, thus helping the owner move data quickly, safely, and easily.

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  • April 9, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    Washington – After releasing a preview version of Windows 8.1 recently, Microsoft said that the final version will be released in August 2013. Windows 8.1 users will soon be able to access files on a Windows cloud-based storage service, SkyDrive, without having to connect to the Internet.
    Microsoft announced that SkyDrive will be accompanied by support for offline access. Through SkyDrive service, users will be able to determine which files can be accessed without connecting to the Internet and then downloaded to the user’s device automatically.
    Files that can be accessed offline will be easily identified when the user opens SkyDrive. In addition, Windows 8.1 users can also store files on SkyDrive in offline mode, which then can be directly uploaded when connected to the Internet network.
    Tami Reller, Chief Financial Officer said the company’s Windows Windows 8.1 will be completed in August 2013. Reller did not say when the user can install updates to Windows 8.1. But, Reller showed several new features and functionality in Windows 8.1.
    Windows 8.1 users will be looking for music that is integrated with Xbox Music and can share web pages into Xbox Music application to create playlists. Another breakthrough designed in Windows 8.1, namely, Miracast. This displays renewal HD video and audio from Wi-Fi to the other views, such as TV. And many more other renewal in Windows 8.1.

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  • April 8, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    Software Equity Group, LLC (SEG) announced today its client, Cougar Software, the leading provider of budgeting, planning and forecasting solutions for the real estate industry, has received a growth equity investment from dmg information (dmgi), a business division of Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT) that manages and develops a portfolio of high-growth, innovative companies that provide business-to-business information to the property, education, energy and commodity and structured finance markets.

    dmgi’s investment in Cougar Software represents SEG’s seventh transaction in the real estate software segment. SEG’s prior real estate transactions include the sale of clients providing application software for commercial facilities/property management, facilities design, integrated workplace management, multi-family property vendor compliance management, commercial building construction, public sector housing and long-term care facilities. Acquirers of SEG’s real estate software clients include RealPage, Yardi, Accruent and Bentley Systems.

    Cougar is well known in the property sector as a leading provider of budgeting, planning and forecasting solutions exclusive to the Real Estate Industry, and enables its users to easily make strategic decisions using sophisticated financial modeling.

    “The timing of this investment couldn’t be better,” said Oren Rosen, CEO, Cougar. “Over the last five years we have been building a foundation for growth by steadily increasing market penetration in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. With the strategic and financial backing of dmgi, we can continue our demonstrated track record of customer-driven product innovation and put our foot on the accelerator to increase penetration in these markets.”

    About Software Equity Group

    Software Equity Group is an investment bank and M&A advisory serving the software and technology sectors. Founded in 1992, the firm has guided and advised companies on five continents, including privately-held software and technology companies in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and Israel. SEG has represented public companies listed on the NASDAQ, NYSE, American, Toronto, London and Euronext exchanges, and also advises several of the world’s leading private equity firms.

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