This Act may be cited as the Federal Information and Electoral Security Amendments Act of 2012. A BILL To To amend chapter 35 of title 44, United States Code, to revise requirements relating to Federal information ... SEC. 1.5.
StumbleUpon Gets NFC, Androidized . Content discovery engine StumbleUpon, riding a mobile growth high , is set to announce a new partnership with Google at the Mobile World Congress. Cozied up with the Ice Cream Sandwich OS, StumbleUpon could let users share their Stumbles through NFC on the Google devices.
It’s been a while since we saw Samsung try the whole projector-phone combination , but now that it’s on top of the smartphone world it looks like they’ve got the resources and guts to try again. Enter the Samsung Galaxy Beam, a new Android smartphone with a Pico projector integrated into the housing. The Beam is getting a special pre-Mobile World Congress unveil, making it the first Samsung device to be officially announced at the event – just over 24 hours before it starts.
Have you ever had a class where only a small portion of the children ask questions or make comments? Do you end up calling on the same students multiple times during the course of your class? One challenge teachers face is requiring and enabling every student an equal opportunity to ask and respond to questions during class.
Nightmarish scenario from the future, technology ostensibly created to spy on our “enemies” is now being turned against us by the most nefarious of forces — real estate brokers.
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By the end of 2012 smartphones and tablet devices will sport a USB 3.0-based microUSB connector, which will allow speedier data transfer than the current USB 2.0 standard, Mashable reports. USB 3.0 theoretically allows for data transfer rates of around 625 MB/s, which is 10 times faster than USB 2.0, whose maximum data transfer speed is 60 MB/s. The USB 3.0 transfer speed on mobile devices won’t be that fast, but it will be much faster than now.
When you think of a third world country, chances are you arenâ€™t thinking of Internet access.
Apple has reportedly begun development on a MacBook model integrating the company's high-resolution Retina display technology.
Smartphones are one of the fastest growing markets in the technology sector, and Android has the largest share of that market. So identifying malware that attacks Android users is becoming more and more important. Xuxian Jiang, an assistant professor of computer science at NC State in the US, is a global leader in the field of malware detection.
Google's Chrome has leapfrogged Firefox to become the second most used web browser in the world, behind Internet Explorer . But only just. A report from StatCounter says that this November, Chrome inched past Firefox taking in a 25.69 percent share of the worldwide market.
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