microsoft connected home http://www.netbooknews.com You have already seen the changes that are happening to our homes. We can connect to our computers or phones to see our pictures, music, videos, etc. on our TV screens. TV’s are now “Internet enabled” so we can obtain information from our favorite websites on our TV’s. We are using our phones to set the air conditioner temperature, check who is at the front door, control our pool settings, etc. 3D has come out of the theaters and into our homes. Robot vacuums clean our floors so we don’t have to. There has never been a more exciting time in history with regards to technology and the home. With technology manufacturing costs going down, homeowners are able to afford home technology gadgets like never before. Gadgets the Jetsons’ took for granted are now becoming more commonplace in our homes after much anticipation.
samsung galaxy sii android 4.0 http://www.netbooknews.com Wonder what the Ice Cream Sandwich update look like on the Samsung Galaxy SII? We'll walk you through the changes as well as some of the benchmarks to go over the improvements that this next generation Android 4.0 update can offer you. If you're wondering what types of issues you'll also encounter we went over a few of those as well.
Galaxy S2 ICS Stock ROM Hands On - http://www.netbooknews.de - Wir schauen uns fuer euch Ice Cream Sandwich Update fuer das Samsung Galaxy S2 an und vergleiches es mit dem Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora Hands On - http://www.netbooknews.de - Wir schauen uns das neue Ainol Novo 7 Aurora Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet einmal genauer an, welches bereits ab 160 Euro ausgeliefert wird und eine sensationelle Performance bietet.
ainol novo 7 tablet http://www.netbooknews.com f you're looking for a starter tablet, one that won't break the bank but that can usher you into the world of Android tablet goodness, a company called Ainol makes a rather low-end tablet called the Novo 7 Basic, which sells for only $145. For that you'll get a 7" WVGA 800x480 display, a 1GHz single-core CPU with 512MB of RAM, 8GB of flash memory, and WiFi, all on top of Android 3.2. The demo video, shown below, proves that the device isn't going to win any performance competitions, but it just might get the job done for those with very basic tablet needs.
samsung ultrabook http://www.netbooknews.com If you’re looking for an Ultra-think notebook sporting a DVD drive, you’ll want to look no further than the Samsung Series 5 Ultrabooks which are now available for pre-order at J&R. There are two models, the 14 inch model with an optical-drive for $949.99 and a 13.3″ device for $899.99, but other than size they’re nearly identical under the hood. Both come with a dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Core i5-2467M processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 500GB hard drive with 16GB of solid state storage cache, a 1366 x 768 display, integrated Intel graphics and a webcam.
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MADDEN NFL 12 http://www.netbooknews.com Look no further for the action packed football game that you have been wanting for your Kindle Fire. Developers wasted no timemaking Madden NFL 12 compatible for the Kindle Fire. The rosters on this game are exactly those of the NFL teams around the league with over 2500 total players making up 32 NFL teams. The stadiums you play in will be filled with thousands of fans and the game truly immerses you into the gameplay. Make trades, keep track of all your teams stats and choose your favorite plays from the play book. Madden NFL 12 allows players to have complete control over their team letting them work their way through the NFL standings and even winning the SuperBowl championship. Do you have what it takes to be a world champion?
windows 8 picture password http://www.netbooknews.com Securing you devices should be something every user should make sure they do. On our mobile devices we've got some interesting innovations such as Face Unlock or the pattern from Android. The old school method of typing in a password seems so Windows 7. On Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system a new method is being tried out with the picture password. It is just one example of how Microsoft is adopting some of the features from mobile phones in its new PC operating system.
ask ziggy http://www.netbooknews.com Windows Phone equivalent to Apple's Siri has emerged in the form of “Ask Ziggy“. Ziggy, is a free app available for download from the Windows Marketplace, check out our video to see how it stands up.