• February 15, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Internet Informations

    Speed ​​internet in Indonesia slowly but surely began to rise. Reports of Internet content delivery company, Akamai, which reveals the good news.

    After briefly occupying the bottom position as the country with the average internet speed of the lowest in the Asia Pacific region, in the first quarter of 2013, Indonesia had jumped ahead of three other Asian countries.

    In the report, as quoted from The Next Web, Akamai reveals that the average speed of the Internet in Indonesia has increased to 1.5 megabits per second (Mbps), up 6.9 percent from last quarter and 113 percent from last year.

    In this quarter, the average speed on the Internet Indonesia ranked 104th in the world, ahead of Vietnam at position 108 with a speed of 1.5 Mbps, 109 by the Philippines at 1.4 Mbps, and India ranked at 114 with 1.3 Mbps.

    Akamai also revealed the highest internet speed (peak connection speed) or when the connection is in the best performance ever achieved in Indonesia in the first quarter of 2013 amounted to 12.8 Mbps, equivalent to 100 kilobits per second (Kbps).

    Akamai noted, this rate increased 152 percent on an annual basis or from the same quarter last year.

    With a top speed that Indonesia was placed in position 99 world, beating some Asian countries, such as Vietnam, India, and China.

    Vietnam is in the top 105 world with a top speed of 11.6 Mbps, India was ranked the world with 109 Mbps, and China is in the bottom region with 121 positions at a speed of 8.3 Mbps.

    However, Indonesia is still under Singapore and Malaysia in the top 6 in position 46. (See table 2)

    Highest peak speed internet in Asia, as well as in the world, held by Hong Kong with 63.6 Mbps. Japan is in second position with a speed of 50 Mbps.

    Indonesia remains still far below neighboring countries, such as Malaysia and Singapore ranks 70 rank 21. (See table 1)

    South Korea is still a country with the fastest internet in the period April to June 2013. Telecommunication companies in the State Ginseng is able to give speed 14.2 Mbps, and its citizens are willing to spend a lot of money for the sake of fast internet. If the connection is in the best performance, speed can reach 44.8 Mbps.

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  • February 13, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Jakarta – Radeon HD8000 officially announced, but not for the desktop computer but notebook users. It was not just one variant, there are some models that are ready to fill the mainstream segment, performance, and enthusiast.

    In the mainstream segment, AMD Radeon HD 8500M prepare and HD 8600M. Entrusted to fill class performance on the Radeon HD 8700M and HD 8800M. While the top-class enthusiast who inhabited occupied by the Radeon HD 8970M.

    Interestingly, AMD Radeon HD 8970M claimed as the fastest mobile graphics chips today. The claim was based on the known specs diusungnya rely kecepetan clock 850 MHz (900 MHz when turbo mode is active), 1280 stream processors and RAM speed of 1.2 GHz.

    This specification combinations touted able to achieve a score of 2304 GFLOPS performance on a single computational precision. While achievement in computing by 144 GFLOPS double precision.

    While the first notebook product will apply, as quoted from MaximumPC, Wednesday (15/05/2013), is MSI GX70 which is present as a gaming notebook. To prove his supposedly MSI also bundled game Crysis 3 in the product.

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  • Vectorform’s Toolbox For Windows 8 Is Great For Multi-Tasking

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    February 11, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    Based in Royal Oak, Michigan,Vectorform invents digital products and experiences with a focus on innovative mobile and emerging technology solutions. Vectorform partners with premier global brands including Microsoft MSFT +0.72%, Disney, Coca Cola, and Volkswagen to create the next iconic experience. Vectorform was founded in 1999 and now has over 100 employees across the globe with additional studios in Seattle, New York, Munich and Hyderabad.

    Aside from designing experiences for clients, their elite team of artists, engineers, entrepreneurs and technologists has also developed a number of its own applications that have proven very successful.

     

    “Vectorform has evolved from a digital agency to part think tank, part lab, and part studio,” stated Vectorform Director of Product Vision, Kevin Foreman.

    One of Vectorform’s most popular applications is the ever-evolving Toolbox for Windows 8.  The free application has recorded over 850,000 downloads and is currently the number 1 productivity app available on the Windows Store. With Toolbox you can view and interact with up to six different tools at once, giving you the power and flexibility to customize your workspace for maximum productivity.

    There are currently 12 tools available within Toolbox, including a Facebook FB -1.02% application, voice notes, real-time currency converter, web browser, and a Twitter client that was added just this past May. The Twitter application refreshes in real time so that you can view details of content without having to leave the timeline.

    When asked why Vectorform was primarily focused on developing apps for the Windows 8 app store, Foreman said “Toolbox specifically was focused on Windows 8, and Toolbox may be ported to additional operating systems.  As a company, we’re focused on mobile and emerging technologies.  We’re platform agnostic.”

    Foreman told me that they were one of the companies that had the Microsoft Surface table product a few years ago.  They created a 360-degree user interface where music chips could be dragged around and they used this application create the Vectorform Surface DJ.

    Another major project for Vectorform involved the 2008 election where President Barack Obama faced off against John McCain.  Vectorform worked with MSNBC to create virtual charts of aggregated electoral votes used on air by anchor Chuck Todd.

    Vectorform was able to take this campaign from concept to final product in 3 weeks.  Vectorform has a passion for creating great products and this is what keeps the company growing.

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  • Boost Software Announces New Instructional Video for Fixing Windows Installer Problems

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    February 10, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    PC Health Boost is registry cleaning software that PC users can use to detect and repair serious computer problems such as screen freezes, slow boot time, and DLL errors. Problems that occur in the main files of the Windows operating system can prevent PC Health Boost from performing a complete service. Uncovering these problems and fixing them is not complicated, but not well-known among many PC users. Boost Software recognized this issue and created an instructional video to help users overcome these serious problems.

    The new video explains how Windows installer errors can prevent PC Health Boost from performing a complete service. The video then goes through detailed steps of possible solutions to try to fix the errors. Since Windows installer issues can vary in origin, the video first offers basic solutions and then continues with those that require more steps to complete.

    Customers who are unable to fix their Windows Installer errors with the proposed solutions or who encounter other difficulties are directed to contact Boost Software technical support via email or phone for additional assistance.

    More information about the features and benefits of PC Health Boost is available on the Boost Software website located at http://www.boostsoftware.com

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    Amit Mehta and Peter Dunbar are software engineers and affiliate gurus who founded Boost Software in 2012 to help people with PC performance problems. The company currently offers a suite of PC performance products that includes PC HealthBoost, DriverBoost Pro, and Startup Boost.

    We are always looking for advertising and partnership opportunities and anyone wanting to meet with us, or inquire about writing a guest post for the blog may reach us using the contact link provided.

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  • Microsoft still has ‘a way to go’ in determining its market for Windows 8, says Network Rail

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    February 7, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Software

    Microsoft has “a bit of a way to go” in determining which market it is targeting for Windows 8, even though the operating system has now been on the market for over a year, Network Rail’s head of information systems strategy Simon Goodman has told Computing.

    Goodman praised Microsoft’s early entries into hybrid-led technology via Windows 8, saying there was definitely “a need” for hybrid notebook-tablets, and that this was something Network Rail had “explored internally”.

    “We’ve already looked at Surface-based devices,” confirmed Goodman.

    “It gives you a combination of nice tablet looks and feel, a lightweight device, but it’s got a bit of grunt behind it, so if you need to do something a little bit more hefty from an applications perspective, you’ve got the tools and capabilities to do that,” he said.

    But Goodman described the move from Windows 7 to 8, with its added Modern apps interface, as “a huge jump” for Microsoft, which could affect ease of adoption for some of Network Rail’s workers.

    “If you’re a traditional desktop user, it’s quite difficult to get to the look and feel of how that works, and how to navigate around it,” said Goodman.

    But Goodman maintained that, from a tablet perspective, “it’s not that hard to work out where you go, and everything else”.

    However, Goodman is going to hold fire before rolling out any Windows 8 systems en masse at Network Rail.

    “For me, it’s something we will look to embrace where it makes sense to do so, but I still think Microsoft has got a bit of a way to go yet to determine exactly what market it wants to play into,” said Goodman.

    Look out for the full-length video interview with Network Rail’s Simon Goodman on Computing very soon.

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  • Yahoo Officially Startup Acquisitions of Chinese origin Ztelic

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    Yahoo is now led by Marissa Mayer has not quit to continue to develop the company. Several acquisitions were they doing. And now turn to a Chinese origin named Ztelic startup recently purchased by Yahoo.

    Neither Yahoo nor Ztelic parties did not disclose to the public how much nominal money involved in the transaction. However, information on the step acquisition was officially inscribed in Ztelic site on Thursday (07/18/2013) local time.

    In a statement, Ztelic say that they are very pleased to be joining the company at Yahoo. This acquisition was a step they refer to as a step forward and could give a positive value for the company. Especially at this time Yahoo has 700 million users.

    Ztelic itself is a startup that develops software for analyzing and monitoring activity on social networks. This step was carried out Yahoo acquisition to increase investment in R & D. Interestingly, the founder of Ztelic Hao Zheng is one of the former R & D laboratory personnel Yahoo China and had developed a game for Zynga.

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  • Acer ships Z3-605 all-in-one Windows 8 touch PC

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    February 5, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Acer America today announced that its Acer Aspire Z3-605 series All-in-one desktops are now available for consumers in the United States. The new 23-inch AIO includes two three-watt front-facing Harman Kardon speakers, in addition to up to a Core i5 processor. The unit can be configured with as much as 8GB DDR3 dual-channel memory, and a 1TB hard drive.

    The new line includes a HDMI input port for attaching a gaming console or television. Two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports link the systems to peripherals and digital devices. An integrated SuperMulti optical drive enables DVD movie viewing as well as the burning of music and photos to CDs.

    Select models feature a Full HD IPS display with 10 point touch. The IPS technology delivers consistent images, colors and brightness from all viewing angles up to 178 degrees. The unit is also configurable with integrated hand recognition software that reads human gestures for easily controlling the Windows 8 user interface and cursor from a distance.

    The Acer Aspire Z3-605 series AIO desktops will be available at leading retailers at a starting price of $700 without touch capabilities, and $800 with touch.

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  • Instagram Surpasses Pede Will Facebook As the World’s Largest

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    Instagram skyrocketed in popularity as more and share photos via a mobile application. As a start-up which is very expensive purchased by Facebook apparently did not make Instagram lose ambition. Instagram sure will be bigger than Facebook.

    Facebook now has 1.1 billion users worldwide making it the largest social networking Worldwide. But they have a problem with the new user to hook a young age began to look at other services. In terms of feeling confident that Instagram can grow large if it is capable of growth right now.

    “By definition, if Instagram continues to grow in this position then yes, it would be even greater,” said Kevin Systrom in an interview with Fast Company. “Instagram will be the largest in the world.”

    In contrast to the explicitly Kevin so confident, Instagram founder fellow replied diplomatically. “I do not know, but it’s a good question. Basically there is no limit to the number so maybe one day we will match?” Mike Krieger said.

    Instagram is currently still far less than Facebook, but the number of users has exceeded Twitter. While the video recording feature that was recently launched is also more popular than Twitter’s Vine has attended first.

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  • Intel Releases Low-Powered Atom Chips for Servers

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    February 2, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Now that Intel Corp. (INTC) has released new chips for the smartphone market, where it has been squeezed out by competitors like ARM Holdings PLC (ARMH) and Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM), it has elected to restart its initiatives in the server business as well. Intel has three-quarters of that market, by most estimates. Although the opportunities in the corporate server market are not as great as those among consumers, it needs to keep its hold on one of its major franchises.

    As it struggles to keep server share, it announced:

    Intel revealed new details for the forthcoming Intel Atom processors C2000 product family aimed for low-energy, high-density microservers and storage (codenamed “Avoton”), and network devices (codenamed “Rangeley”). This second generation of Intel’s 64-bit SoCs is expected to become available later this year and will be based on the company’s 22nm process technology and the innovative Silvermont microarchitecture. It will feature up to eight cores with integrated Ethernet and support for up to 64GB of memory.

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    The new products are expected to deliver up to four times the energy efficiency and up to seven times more performance than the first generation Intel Atom processor-based server SoCs introduced in December last year. Intel has been sampling the new Intel Atom processor server product family to customers since April and has already more than doubled the number of system designs compared to the previous generation.

    The market probably will not need to wait long to see if the initiative works. Chip companies are fond of release data sales on new products, if they are successful. By the firm’s next earnings call, Wall Street will know if the new Atom product and the servers it runs will replace older ones in which systems were less efficient.

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  • Monoprice 27″ IPS-G Pro LED Monitor WQHD 2560×1440

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    February 1, 2021 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Monoprice is among the more interesting companies you probably haven’t heard of. Started out of an apartment around a decade ago, the company initially sold everything at a single price, hence the name. That business model may have worked when the product line was mostly cables and connectors, but the company now offers a diverse array that includes monitors (more in a moment), home theatre screens, graphics tablets, headphones, apocket-size pico projector, an action cam, even electric guitars – and, yes, cables, connectors and accessories as well. It’s a lineup with no seeming rhyme or reason, other than quality products at bargain prices.

    And that actually is the rhyme and reason behind Monoprice products. According to CEO Ajay Kumar, the company looks for categories where vastly overpriced products predominate. That gives Monoprice room to create and sell products at dramatically lower price points, while still maintaining strong profit margins.
    “We are in the right place at the right time with our business model,” says Kumar, who joined the company in July 2011. “We offer the same cable or accessory as national retail brands, but for much less cost. However, we are not cutting corners as we employ high-quality manufacturing partners who work with our specs. Our markup is much lower and we pass those savings to our customers. Monoprice brings them a value proposition they can’t find anywhere else.”
    And that leads us to the Monoprice 27″ IPS-G Pro LED Monitor WQHD 2560×1440 Product ID 10489, which is what you came here for. I’ve been rocking this 16:9 (widescreen) monitor for over a month now and it’s stunning. Let’s take a look at the stats and find out why.
    Start with the size, 27″. You don’t have to join Grindr to know that size matters. A larger screen means that you can work easily with more windows at once. It makes copying files and editing text and spreadsheets easier and obviously makes working with pictures and video more convenient, if that’s your thing. And if you’re a gamer, a large screen is essential. Ditto if you are, for instance, a daytrader or a designer.
    Hand in glove with size is resolution. “WQHD” may sound like a Minneapolis TV station, but it means 2560 x 1440 pixels. Some 27″ screens max out at regular Full HD, which is 1920 x 1080. The higher resolution of the Monoprice unit means that more detail is visible, if your PC’s graphics card supports it. If not, you’ll be limited to 1920 x 1080 (or less, if your PC is really old). A large screen with high resolution allows you to display more information. It makes it easier to do more with your PC.
    Since we’re talking graphics cards, another nice feature of the Monoprice 10489 is that it supports four different types of interface: HDMI 1.4, DVI, VGA and DisplayPort 1.2. That means that the monitor is bound to work with your existing graphics card. The package includes VGA and DVI-D cables, but these are standard length (around 6′). Because of the size of the monitor, it’s much easier to use longer cables – you can plug in the cable before maneuvering the monitor into place on your desk. Monoprice has you covered with available 15′ HDMI, DVI-D, VGA and DisplayPort 1.2 cables. Choose the one you need.
    The monitor uses LEDs for the backlighting, rather than cold cathode fluorescent tubes. The benefit: more even illumination. And it uses In Plane Switching (IPS) display technology, which means you get a wide viewing angle with no color shift even when the screen is viewed at an extreme angle. Viewing angle is stated as 178 degree in both the horizontal and vertical planes.
    Covering that screen is a glossy glass laminate with an antiglare coating. The antiglare coating is not a matte finish; the screen is glossy, but the antiglare coating reduces the intensity of any glare from reflected light. As with any monitor, you’ll want to position it so that ambient light is not reflected directly back at you. I’ve found the screen easy to use.
    The monitor comes with a removable stand and has a 100×100 VESA mounting size for use with desk or wall mounts. The stand (which is completely removable) has rotate and tilt adjustments. It doesn’t have height adjustment, a feature found on a small number of other monitors.
    The bezel is black plastic and is relatively thick. The OSD controls (brightness, etc.) are easy to reach. The connectors are in the usual awkward place for monitors, along the bottom bezel.
    Several other stats are key. One is dead pixels. The monitor has over 10 million subpixels (2560 x 1440 pixels x 3 colors per pixel). If any one of those subpixels is stuck in the on or off position, you get a dead pixel – a spot that is always dark, or always white, red, reddish, green, greenish, etc. Unfortunately, dead pixels are a potential fact of life on all monitors – but Monoprice tells me they offer a zero dead pixel guarantee for a year. It’s an unusually strong guarantee, since other manufacturers often will only guarantee that the dead pixel count won’t exceed 5 or 10. The unit I received had no dead pixels.
    Also important are brightness and contrast. Monoprice advertises a brightness rating of 440 cd/m², which it says is more than 15% brighter than most comparable displays, and a maximum dynamic contrast ratio of 80,000:1.
    The display is indeed bright, but this is the one area where I noted a difficulty with this product – the screen is a bit too bright, even with the brightness adjustment turned down to the lowest setting. As a result, black areas on screen are rendered slightly grayish. For most people and most applications, this won’t be a problem – and it’s a phenomenon that’s scarcely unique to the Monoprice unit – but graphic designers will want to carefully compare this screen with others to see what meets their needs.
    The panel features 109 pixels per inch, which translates to a 0.2331mm pixel size. The unit also includes builtin stereo speakers, which can be fed via a stereo audio cable, as well as audio from the HDMI connection. As with most builtin monitor speakers, the sound was tinny and unimpressive, so I don’t recommend using them. Buy a pair of standalone computer speakers instead.
    Another stat is response time, which the company says is 6 milliseconds (gray-to-gray response time). That’s a measurement of how long it takes the monitor to change the image when the PC tells it to, and is an issue for almost no one except gamers.
    Bottom line: if you’re looking for a high-quality 27″ WQHD IPS LED monitor at a great price, pick up the Monoprice 10489.

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