November 30th, 2013
The year 2013 is currently agonizing conquerors under our feet. As every year, the search engines of the free world (or not) we will drink with their usual rankings. Yahoo is the first to open the ball with a nice list with the most popular high-tech searches of the year in France … of course!
This year has been very intense in news with the launch of several flagship products. Smartphones and tablet PCs, of course, but not only because Sony and Microsoft have hit very hard by launching their new console, or the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Not surprisingly, the latter occupy a nice place in the ranking of Yahoo. The PS4 is actually classified in the fourth position, while its competitor sits proudly in seventh place on the podium.
November 28th, 2013
The Samsung Galaxy S5 spilled much ink in recent days, with some interesting rumors regarding technical specifications or on its launch date. It’s always a bit like a hunting rumor the other. This time it is its sensor, and more specifically its objective in question. If you believe the very voluble ETNews the Galaxy S5 might actually not be entitled to an optical stabilization. What does that mean? Quite simply it may not excel in capturing photos and videos.
Everyone does not know necessarily but an image stabilizer system is able to compensate the vibrations of a camera or even a camcorder, and thus avoid the famous blur sometimes spoil our beautiful pictures. There are different kinds, obviously, and some of them are directly integrated into our pebbles reflex.
In this case , we speak of optical stabilization. Crazy , right? Yes, but you may be wondering what it looks like , right? It is important to ask the right question. Optical stabilization is actually based on a lens placed at the center of the lens , a lens capable of move off when you press the shutter to avoid that our image is all fuzzy , and all ugly.
November 28th, 2013
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was presented last spring, and updated a few months later with specifications revised upward and a more powerful chip. Until now, it was impossible to take advantage of this new model in the hex but it is precisely because the change Galaxy S4 Advance made ??its entry into the catalog of the operator Orange. Morality, if the terminals launched by the competition you have left cold as tiling my bathroom, and if you’re a fan of the range, then for sure, this is your day.
Aesthetically speaking, the S4 Galaxy Advance looks like two drops of water to its big brother. There is no significant difference between the two terminals and if you hang lines S4, then you will enjoy this variation. In reality, we must consider the specifications of smartphone to realize their differences.
November 26th, 2013
IPhone 5s brings a number of improvements and of these , there obviously has the famous Touch ID reader allows the user to identify himself with his fingerprints. Within seconds, it is possible to unlock the terminal or even to make a purchase on the AppStore without having to enter a code or password. This is obviously very convenient but the player could play a more important role in the future. In fact, if one believes UnwiredView , it could very well serve as a trackpad luxury . And it also seems that Apple engineers are already working on it …
At present , to handle an iPhone, it is necessary to run his fingers on the screen, or press its few physical buttons . As evidenced found this patent on Wipo , Apple is currently reviewing other tracks based on its Touch ID reader . All with a pretty clear goal : turn it into a real trackpad, a little picture of what we could find on the old BlackBerry .
As everyone knows , the Touch ID reader is quite flexible. It is capable of reading fingerprints from any finger, without worrying about their meaning. All with an effective resolution of 500 dpi as a bonus, it does not spoil anything .
Advanced functions to prepare the launch of the iPhone 6 ?
November 25th, 2013
The application allows brands to appoint and remunerate customers to verify and quantify the impact of their business strategy within the same store .
Integrating consumers and clients as actors of their business strategy is not new. Indeed, Mobeye , also launched this summer, had set up an application that allows brands to trace the customer in-store experience to refine their strategy. Localeyes , unveiled yesterday by startup incubator Camping , goes further by treating customers as market researchers , renamed for the occasion – Reporters Representatives ( REP2 ) . “Brands are investing nearly 3 % on average of their turnover in retail marketing strategies but may not have the human resources to constantly monitor the execution in the stores. ” explains Olivier Mougenot , a founder of Localeyes . Consumers can thus , against remuneration, enable brands to quantify the effectiveness of a part of their overall strategy , while checking that it has been implemented in the point of sale .
November 21st, 2013
A family photo is something that is priceless. It is something that can capture a moment and keep it in your heart forever. As more and more phones have cameras built in to them, it has become easier not only to capture these moments, but to make them into a piece of art. With these tips and tricks you can take your photos to the next level, and have wonderful memories for a lifetime.
While cameras on phones have grown in leaps and bounds in recent years, they may not be the best choice when it comes to taking your photos. If you consider yourself a shutterbug and love to take photos, then you may want to take the time and money, and go ahead and purchase dslr cameras. These cameras are the next generation of high end cameras, and they are created to take wonderful pictures.
Thankfully, the learning curve when it comes to taking great pictures isn’t that bad. You can get the hang of it in no time, just as long as you put the effort in.
Lighting is very important when it comes to taking a great photo. Too much artificial light can make your subject look washed out. Not enough natural light can throw everything into shadows. This is why many photographers aim to take their photos when the sun is just starting to go down. This buttery, warm light is perfect for taking photos and is often referred to by photographers as the golden hour.
November 19th, 2013
Mobile video would achieve and build commitment priority targets auto advertisers.
17.5 million smartphone owners are likely to buy a vehicle in the next 6 months. That is the conclusion provided by Vdopia Mobile Insightsdans its Automotive Industry Report for the 3rd quarter 2013. It is up to manufacturers to use any mobile potential to reach their target audience and turn this opportunity. Indeed, the United States , the daily consumption of mobile media reach 141 minutes . Beyond the debate on the division of time between traditional and digital media , it appears that this new marketing offers favor the commitment hearing. 51% of mobile searches are actually generating purchase . By providing visual feedback or comparing products, mobile instrument would become critical in the reliability of information.
November 18th, 2013
Sales of the Californian giant mark increasingly not against those of the South Korean group . For five days, the two rivals clash again in court.
The saga continues in San Jose ( California ) . Apple and Samsung return to court after the giant August 2012 trial , argue from Wednesday … the amount of the fine determined there fifteen months. Samsung was then ordered to pay $ 1.05 billion for infringement of patents 28 aircraft . But the jury was improperly counted ! Apple now request $ 380 million in damages , while the Korean, who recognizes his fault – a first – was willing to pay 52 million.
This round, which should be completed early this week , is the umpteenth round of a legal saga which occupies the courts around the world . No fewer than 300 lawyers and lawyers are mobilized for Apple, against 600 specialists in intellectual property at Samsung . ” The real case is that Apple against Google and its Android operating system used by Samsung ,” observes Morand Studer, partner of the firm Eleven . For Matthew Soule , strategic analyst at L’Atelier BNP Paribas , these procedures are primarily ” the tree that hides the forest. This is a way to cripple the other , to scare newcomers and score a hindsight, he observes . But the real challenge is innovation, confrontation on the ground of the consumer. “