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NFC Solutions Summit 2013

The Smart Card Alliance and the NFC Forum presented NFC Solutions Summit on May 15/16 –the leading American showcase for the burgeoning technology of Near Field Communications. NFC Solutions Summit covered the state of this promising technology, developments in new NFC devices and add-ons, the status of the growing NFC ecosystem, the promise of NFC-enabled payments and other popular applications, NFC implementation, and American and international market forecasts. The conference presentations leveraged the extensive experience and resources of the Smart Card Alliance and NFC Forum, both widely regarded as leading voices for the application of this technology. The conference features leaders from financial services, applications development, payments processing, technology, retail services, and industry analysts in an interactive, instructive forum on … Continue reading

Can Microsoft avoid same Windows8 debacle with Windows Blue

June is coming and so is the big announcement from Microsoft over its next big update to Windows 8 called Windows Blue. When Microsoft launched Windows 8 last summer, there was a lot of hype given to the launch, with a whole new redesign of the operating system. But unfortunately, microsoft could not fulfill the requirements of the users as there was a fairly poor response to the operating system. The biggest fact for its low popularity was the adoption as Microsoft redesigned the overall layout to a more modern metro UI, making it difficult for users who were hooked on to age old windows interface. Microsoft will have have to hopefully fix a lot of things that have annoyed … Continue reading

Google pushing for Web applications to act natively for its Chrome OS

There has been an unexceptional rise in the popularity of web applications, due to the efforts put forward by Google with its chromium project. A lot of this can be acknowledged by the fact that users are now looking for a more diversified experience with real time communication, which can be seen aca replacement for Desktop OS. There has been some substantial work that has been done in that aspect with a Web store for Chrome browser. Although this type of Software as a service model has seen a substantial acceptance, still there are many aspect that make it redundant, like in the case when user does not have internet connection. This is why Google has been moving forward to … Continue reading

Open Source Fever clouds International Space Station

It is an era of open source, as more and more businesses as well as enterprises have started to encompass on the open source bandwagon. There is no denying the fact that Linux has revolutionized the overall computing sector with its advanced functionality as ease of customization due to its open source nature. Now it seems that the fever of open source has spun out of bounds and even reached outer space. Recently, The United Space Alliance, which manages all the computers aboard the International Space Station in association with NASA, made a vital announcement that it would switch all the computers aboard the space stations from Windows XP over to Linux. According to them, they required something that was … Continue reading

SPI Model of Cloud Computing among enterprises

Cloud computing has been dominating the overall aspect of tech sphere as more and more enterprises are coming forward and incorporating cloud into their core business processes. This is the reason why similarly sounding but confoundingly different something-as-a-service acrostic keeps weighting up. Cloud computing holds virtual networks which can be accessed from anywhere, at any time, using any device. Besides these shared features there are also many different clouds that operate in heavily disparate manner. There exist three most common cloud models, SaaS (software as a service), PaaS (Platform as as Service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). All the three provides top notch but certainly varying beneficiaries to the users. SaaS (software as a service), enchants mostly to the … Continue reading

Microsoft trying hard to reinvent its OS with the help of the cloud.

It is an era of transformations as more and more tech companies are trying to leverage their products on innovation and drive growth. Microsoft in that aspect has been all over the place, with its recently launched metro styled UI, in which it tried to unify desktop as well as mobile platform. Windows 8 has not been a huge success in that matter, as most users found it hard to get accustomed to the new UI. There were very few takers for the new OS and many believed that Microsoft has gone way too ahead with its reinvention. There is no denying the fact that technology is moving at a very fast pace and it is has made it imperative … Continue reading

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