(TNO) Sau nhiều lần bị trì hoãn, mẫu tablet sử dụng màn hình độ phân giải lên tới 4K với kích thước 20 inch, có tên Toughpad 4K UT-MB5 sẽ được Panasonic 'chuyển hàng' đến các nhà bán lẻ ngay trong tuần này. More »Tablet 20 inch dùng màn hình 4K sắp ra mắt
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TeknoUp.com Hingga saat ini Rovio telah merilis berbagai game franchise dari Angry Birds, dan tampaknya akan ada lagi sebuah seri baru yang bernaung dibawahnya. Hal ini diketahui dari sebuah video yang diunggah oleh Rovio di akun YouTubenya. Sayangnya video tidaklah memberikan kita banyak informasi berkaitan dengan game terbaru ini. Namun menurut deskripsi yang melengkapi video menunjukkan bahwa game pertama kali akan segera dirilis di Australia, Kanada, dan New Zealand (mirip dengan perilisan Angry Birds Go!). Teknokerz tertarik? via YouTube, ubergizmo More »Rovio Isyaratkan Kehadiran Game Angry Birds Baru
TeknoUp.com Pihak LG nampaknya akan mengikuti tren smartphone kelas atas yang dipelopori Sony dengan menjadikan LG G3 tahan air dan debu. Informasi ini diketahui berdasarkan sebuah kabar yang beredar di Korea Selatan kemarin. Menurut laporan dari ETNews tersebut (yang diterjemahkan lewat Google Translate), LG akan memakai resin proteksi di casing G3 sehingga tahan air. Selain itu modul kamera juga akan diproteksi sehingga tahan debu. Penambahan fitur proteksi ini dipercaya akan menambah biaya produksi dan berujung pada harga jual yang lebih tinggi. ... More »LG G3 akan Tahan Air dan Debu?
You might say the week is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workweek, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Weekly Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past seven days -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy. More »Weekly Roundup: Bitcoin founder unveiled, Apple CarPlay hands-on and more!
By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Employees of Freescale Semiconductor who were on a Malaysia Airlines flight presumed to have crashed were doing sophisticated work at the U.S. chipmaker, a company spokesman said on Sunday. The 20 Freescale employees, among 239 people on flight MH370, were mostly engineers and other experts working to make the company's chip facilities in Tianjin, China, and Kuala Lumpur more efficient, said Mitch Haws, vice president, global communications and investor relations. "It's definitely a loss for the company." None of Austin, Texas-based Freescale's most senior executives were on board the Boeing Co 777-200ER airliner that vanished from radar screens about an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing on Saturday. The employees who were on board, 12 from Malaysia and eight from China, came from a range of disciplines and they were part of a broad push by Chief Executive Officer Gregg Lowe to make Freescale more efficient and cost effective, Haws said. More »Loss of employees on Malaysia flight a blow, U.S. chipmaker says
For most of the early part of the Digital Era, we viewed the digital divide primarily in demographic terms such as geography, socioeconomic status, and age (see this Wikiepedia entry for details). But as digital technologies continue to improve, get less expensive and grow more widespread, those gaps are closing or becoming less relevant. Gaps based on... More »The New Digital Divide: Thoughts for Leaders and Laggards
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If there is one thing, just one thing, that can drastically reduce your IT costs and send your ROI to new levels it’s never been to before then here it is: Only work on what’s actually worth it. Seems like common sense, right? It’s the “worth it” part though that can be more effort than it... More »Not Getting a Good ROI From IT? Guess Whose Fault That Is
NASA is still trying to find out, discovering evidence of water in a Martian meteorite just over a week ago. But though scientists are happy to investigate meteorites and live vicariously through robotic rovers roaming the Red Planet, they're really itching to get their hands on samples scooped right off the Martian surface to analyze here at home. Now, a team at NASA believes they can do so cost-effectively, as soon as 2022, by relying on commercial spaceflight provider SpaceX for a little help. Back in 2011, NASA proposed using a modified SpaceX Dragon capsule — dubbed Red Dragon — to deliver equipment to the Martian surface as a landing craft. More »'Red Dragon' could visit Mars in proposed NASA mission
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We now know how Neil Young plans to make his dreams of high-quality digital music come true: crowdfunding. The artist's company PonoMusic is launching a Kickstarter campaign on March 15th that will let you reserve the PonoPlayer, Young's long-teased, audiophile-grade portable jukebox. The 128GB device will set you back a whopping $399 when it goes on sale (less with the Kickstarter discount), but its creators are promising audio fidelity worthy of the price tag. More »Neil Young's music player for audiophiles reaches Kickstarter on March 15th
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Kickstarter won’t be raising funds from Google or Microsoft anytime soon. In an interview with Yahoo Tech’s David Pogue at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, Kickstarter cofounder and CEO Yancey Strickler pledged that he would never sell his popular crowdfunding site. "From a business perspective, we decided from the very beginning that we would never IPO and we would never sell to a bigger company," Strickler explained. As a business, Kickstarter has been profitable since 2010. And despite recent huge paydays for founders of popular startups like Instagram, Nest and WhatsApp, Strickler is apparently intent on remaining independent. Watch Strickler explain why he’ll never sell in the clip above. More »Kickstarter CEO: We Will Never Sell to a Bigger Company