Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category

Chrome 9

Posted: February 9, 2011 in Development, Google, Internet, Opera, tech

Google chrome 9 which is now available is the first browser with WebGL and comes with Google instant on the status bar. Google have A website that has the latest experiments using WebGL called chromeexperiments. They have some awesome feature here that i think you should check out. Chrome having been available for only two and A half years have already overtaken IE which is currently on IE9 which has had some good improvements compared to their previous browser versions. Chrome is expected to overtake Opera currently on version 10 by the end of this year. Google is cooking up the next version of chrome expected to be released in A few months.


The new version of the browser has A new tab Above the “Most visited” tab  called “App” which includes three links including one to the web store. You can click on Tools then “About Google chrome” to see what version you are currently running.


Facebook vs Google

Posted: January 26, 2011 in Internet, Social, tech

It is pretty obvious that giants Facebook and Google are heading it out to see who comes out on top as Google has rolled out A statement saying “They are hiring 6200 employees in the year 2011 which is up from the 6122 in 2007” while Facebook are nearing 600 million user (1/10 in the world). With Google recent having their business guru Eric Schmidt stepping down as CEO Larry Page has A lot to prove in the company. So the big question now really is who will become the biggest successor ?

Out with Netbooks In with Tablets

Posted: January 21, 2011 in Internet, tech

In A recent Post I spoke about the popularity of smartphones and tablets replacing the need for netbooks in the community. Well popular company Deloitte are with me on this and have recently stated that in the year of 2011 they are only distributing smartphones and Tablets meaning that they are dropping the Netbooks. I won’t say I’m surprised because I foresaw this coming a mile away.

Swipe your phone

Posted: January 12, 2011 in Internet

A new technology is currently in production by Google, Nokia, Visa and MasterCard . Commonly known as Near-field communications (NFC) technology could one day replace the plastic cards and cash in your wallet. A short-range wireless technology, not dissimilar to Bluetooth, that can be used to make electronic payments quickly and without hassle. Available in the latest Nexus S by Google with Nokia promising to include it as a standard feature on all their 2011 smart-phones.  Now all this sounds great and exciting because it will make payments so much easier for people, but the downfalls are hideous. Installation of this new technology will eventually eliminate all till worker because they will at the time serve no purpose to the enterprise. Security is another flaw that will disadvantage this technology unless necessary precautions are in place.

Groupon takes Twangoo

Posted: January 12, 2011 in Internet

Twangoo is one of south Africa’s most popular online stores with everyday deals for each specific city including (Johannesburg,Durban,Capetown and more). They get a lot of revenue through their online stores and now have joined the up and coming Groupon which is A international online store running in over 40 countries with more than 4000 employees. Twangoo’s revenue and site performance is expected to improve with Groupon in the picture although Groupon have not stated their plans regarding the local online store yet.

Mobile Advertising

Posted: January 7, 2011 in Internet, Social

Mobile advertising is expected to grow this year with all the hype and all the new smartphones that offer unlimited apps on your smartphone. It seems pointless to have a computer now because people would much rather have themselves A tablet then A computer

N8 vs iPhone 4

Posted: December 10, 2010 in Internet, Social, tech

New is out that the new Nokia N8 is out and it looks pretty impressive looking at the features, on the other hand the new iPhone 4  has been the talk about ever since its launch date. Looking at some of the articles that have been written to compare the two smart phones one may have different views about them yet some are written in favour of either the N8 or the iPhone. Now when you look at the two devices they are both very good products two of the best smartphones out lately.


Some outstanding features that the N8 has in store for you include HDMI output to your HD television with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, its extremely impressive 12 mega pixel sensor (Takes the best pictures among all smartphone yet), is running the latest Symbian ^3 OS, multitasking, comes in a variety of colours to choose from, running on 256 processing unit which can still be improved, comes with internal 16g memory with Micro-SD slot up to 32g, OVI store, recording 720p video, outputting via HDMI, including the 3.5-inch AMOLED display, has a separate Broadcom GPU alongside its ARM 11 processing core, with 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 plus A2DP, GPS (both the real and assisted kind), USB On-The-Go support, a 1200mAh battery and 3.5-inch AMOLED display stretching to 640 x 360 resolution

iPhone 4

Running the latest iOS4 the iPhone 4 looks far better then the iPhone 3gs which is not surprising, running the A4 1ghz processing unit which is very powerful and impressing, is currently the slimmest smartphone on the market, with an option of 16g or 32g internal memory, facetime, Apple App store, 5 mega pixel camera, 960 x 640 IPS screen the “Retina Display” which knocks off all other competitors in the water managing 326ppi pixel density along with an 800:1 contrast ratio, 30FPS 720p video recording, multitasking and comes in the traditional black and white colours

So with that being said it all comes down to your preferences as to which device your want in your hands