Nobody saw this coming. The fifth version of Apple’s iPad is called iPad Air.
It is 20% thinner at 7.55 mm, 28% lighter at 1 lb ( 469 g ) and faster with A7 chip, 64 bit processor ( featured in iPhone 5S ). The 9.7 inch tablet will be available starting November 1, 2013. The retail price starts at 499 ( Retina display, 16GB Wi-Fi )
Unveiled yesterday, Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president for Worldwide Marketing said, “iPad created an entirely new mobile computing experience, and the new iPad Air is another big leap ahead. It is so thin, light and powerful, once you hold one in your hand you will understand what a tremendous advancement this is”.
In my previous article I have shared with you some of my disappointments with the new iOS 7 on my old iPhone. Now, I would like to share with you some unexpected or unlikely features I have discovered while patiently playing the new iOS 7 for over a month now with my device.
Clock icon is moving
While in the MRT on my way home, I casually looked on some of the settings of the new iOS and when I came to the clock icon, I have noticed that the icon is showing an updated clock timing and as I stared right thru the new designed icon, my eyes caught that the seconds hand of the clock is actually moving. I have asked some of my associates if they have noticed this but all of them wasn’t able to notice it. I suppose that most of the users are the same. This may not be important to most of you but for me I find it cool when I discovered it.
An unemployed couple from Shanghai, China sold their 3rd child for 50, 000 yuan ( US$8, 205 ) and thereafter bought iPhones, luxury shoes and other expensive items.
News agency China Daily reported the couple identified by their surnames, Zhang and Teng are facing prosecution for human trafficking after successfully selling their baby girl through online site Baidu Post Bar.
Imagine you have all your files in your computer and suddenly the hard disk crash. What would you do? In the old days you can’t do anything about it unless you’re pretty geeky and nerdy. But if you’re just a beginner or an average user, you either hire a technician to recover your files or you just have to get over it. Fortunately in Windows 8 you can back up your files in the event such as this would happen. You don’t need to be a computer wizard to do this. This features called File History in Widows 8
File History regularly backs up versions of your files in the Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, and Desktop folders on your PC. Over time, you’ll have a complete history of your files. If the originals are lost, damaged, or deleted, you can restore them. You can also browse and restore different versions of your files. For example, if you want to restore an older version of a file (even if it wasn’t deleted or lost), you can browse through a timeline, select the version you want, and restore it.
I was troubleshooting my Internet connection and did a trace route, I want to check the transit and destination as to where a bottleneck might be happening when suddenly I came across a suspicious domain that is not related to the host I was expecting to end up with.
I was curious as someone might be eavesdropping so I fired up whois and investigated who owns or what this host or domain is.
It seems that the IP destination is correct but I wonder how come it is not the company who owns it, as the main registrar? This seems suspicious so I tried googling and found out that I am not the only one who became suspicious about it, there are discussions on forums and blogs that MarkMonitor.com is something that we Internet users should be aware of.