Month: July 2016
Facebook is an application specially launched for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch by the American company of the same name makes available to its social network anytime, anywhere.
Facebook application has been updated during the night past, the American company 3D support for all users activating Touch gestures Pop Peek and various other minor bug fixes and overall performance improvements are also offered.
THANKS FOR USING FACEBOOK! TO MAKE OUR APP BETTER FOR YOU, WE BRING UPDATES TO THE APP STORE REGULARLY. EVERY UPDATE OF OUR FACEBOOK APP INCLUDES IMPROVEMENTS FOR SPEED AND RELIABILITY. AS NEW FEATURES BECOME AVAILABLE, WE’LL HIGHLIGHT THOSE FOR YOU IN THE APP. SUPPORT FOR 3D TOUCH PEEK AND POP INTERACTION WITH PHOTOS, PROFILES AND LINKS.
The Facebook app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is available for free download from the App Store.
Apps for Runners is a section of recently launched applications in the App Store by Apple and using or those of Cupertino we recommend the best applications for jogging.
If you run constantly to improve your physical condition, the section Apps for Runners may be ideal for you, Apple recommending the best applications that can motivate us to fulfill our goals, and we monitor running sessions.
Employees of the Cupertino have chosen for us a very interesting variety of applications which enables us to have the best and compelling running regardless of where we exercise to the conditions in which everything happens.
Although for years and years Apple has managed to keep sales of Macs on the rise despite the constant decrease in sales of PCs, here in the second quarter of fiscal 2016 things have changed and sales of Macs fell along with sales of PCs, at least according to company analysis of global markets.
According to IDC, in the second quarter of fiscal 2016 were sold 62.4 million PCs worldwide, with 4.5% fewer than in the same period last year, the decrease being still less than the 7.4 % that many analysts have predicted before the announcement of these results.
In the case of Apple talking about 4.4 million Macs sold in Q2 2016, the Cupertino relegating it to last position in the top 5 vendors PCs, ASUS finally managed to emulate them and rising to No. 4, selling only 100,000 units over the same period.
Sales of Macs decreased by 8.3% compared to the same period last year, so a drop almost twice the average for the global market, so people expect new models of Macs to make acquisitions, which is quite easy understandable, given all the recent rumors.
Also ASUS saw growth recover in 2Q16, benefitting from easier year year-on-year comparison. The vendor pulled just ahead of Apple for the number four spot in overall PC shipments. Apple continues to face increasingly competitive market year as it awaits a refresh of its PC lineup. As a result, shipments experienced a decline from last year.
Regarding the top of the list, Lenovo managed to sell 13.2 million PCs worldwide, nearly 3 times more than Apple, HP was close behind them with 12.9 million units, Dell placing it ranked 3rd with 9.9 million units sold worldwide.
The folks at Apple seem to have trouble convincing people to buy Macs at this time and maybe this is normal, since many expected to see updates to the line of Macs, but in reality did not receive nothing.
During the night last company Facebook announced a mobile telecommunications system called OpenCellular it serving to substantially reduce the costs of placing the mobile phone networks in areas where their creation would require massive investment by mobile operators.
According to the Facebook, OpenCellular is thought to provide guidance on creating a system of mobile telecommunications on both the hardware and the software side, the project helping any company to put into operation a mobile network almost anywhere on the planet.
Earlier this year Facebook announced the launch of the project company Telecom Infra Project, are intended to develop new technologies for the implementation of mobile networks that support data-intensive but have low costs for creation and maintenance.
The folks at Facebook say that many mobile operators refuse to expand infrastructure due to high costs they impose on such projects OpenCellular will solve this problem for substantial cost reduction during the development of infrastructure at low cost.
TIP Will explore new approaches and technologies across three initial focus Areas: access, backhaul, and core and management. The project groups within these areas will leverage the unique engineering and operational expertise of each member. They will focus on developing new technologies and approaches to exploring new deploying in both developed and emerging markets.
OpenCellular is able to provide support for a variety of standards GSM from 2G to LTE, and although implementation support for technologies such as Call Wi-Fi or VoLTE is very expensive, those from Facebook provides cheap solutions for providing this support customer.
OpenCellular is an open source system that Facebook offers to free of charge for any mobile operator interested in having him to expand infrastructure in areas not currently covered by GSM adequate, but it remains to be seen how many people will take advantage of it.
So far those from Facebook tested OpenCellular only in the headquarters in Silicon Valley, but the tests were successful, they will launch a first version of the system this summer, and then we will likely see that operators will be interested the project is using the US company.