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Toshiba Has Announced Android Tegra 2 Tablet
Toshiba has announced a Tegra 2 tablet that has been designed to run Android Honeycomb.
Plenty of tablet news out today in preparation for CES 2011.it looks like Android Tablets willreally
start to move in a good direction over 2011.
It has a 10.1 inch screen. It comes with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The screen is capacitive
touch and uses “Adaptive Display technology”.
It have a 5 megapixel sensor on the back. and front has a 2 megapixel sensor allowing video calls
. it has mini-USB, HDMI, USB as well as an SD card slot for connectivity.
It’s Weight is 1.7 pounds. It measures .6 inches thick and overall, looks like quite a decent tablet in
terms of appearance.
The Toshiba Android Tablet is expected to launch in the first half of this year.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Top Web Development of 2010
Hear we are including.what are the top Web Development of 2010.witch are most popular event’s in year 2010..
1. The Release of Rails 3.0
The Ruby on Rails core team took the wraps off Rails 3.0, a long-awaited release of the popular Ruby framework.It released in the month of february.
Rails creator David Heinemeier Hansson wrote on the Rails blog, “We’ve had more than 250 people help with the release and we’ve been through almost 4,000 commits since 2.3 to get here.
2. Salesforce’s Acquisition of Heroku
Salesforce bought Heroku for a staggering $212 million, giving another token of legitimacy to the growing Ruby community as well as to cloud-based programming tools.
3. Facebook’s Release of HipHop for PHP
Facebook rolled out HipHop for php language in the month of february in 2010, an internal open-source project intended to speed up PHP for large-scale applications.
HipHop isn’t quite a compiler. HipHop programmatically transforms your PHP source code into highly optimized C++ and then uses g++ to compile it.”
4. The Rise of Node.js
It has the number of committers. Traffic to the project website has steadily climbed through the year, and downloads for Node.js from GitHub have predictably grown, as well.
5. Microsoft’s Release of Visual Studio 2010
Microsoft launced latest version Visual Studio in 2010, It is a big release by any standards, launched this year to impressive reviews from all corners of the web.
In it Silverlight was added, and Microsoft also took this opportunity to release F#, a new programming language developed by Microsoft Research.
6. Facebook’s Release of the Open Graph API
Facebook have long wrestled with Facebook integration for third parties. In the spring at its Open Graph, Facebook’s changes brought instant gratification and familiarity for Facebook users as they surfed the web.and they brought a fast and easy way for devs to integrate with the social network.
7. The Android/Java/Oracle Saga
Sun developed the language in-house back in the dark ages, was acquired by Oracle. That deal became official in January, and Oracle wasted no time in getting litigious with Google over that company’s use of Java in the Android platform and the Dalvik virtual machine that stands in for the JVM on mobile OSes.
The lawsuit began in August with Oracle claiming that Google “knowingly, directly and repeatedly infringed Oracle’s Java-related intellectual property.”
We’ll continue to keep an eye on the lawsuit and on Java’s role in the Android platform throughout 2011.
8. Apple Declares War on Flash
In the 2010 we have seen tensions between Apple and Adobe ran high this year, in the month of January when the iPad was launched without Flash. Then in February, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs told employees why? “No one will be using Flash. The world is moving to HTML5.”
HTML5 making a strong showing early in its lifetime, it was only a matter of time before a public figure of Jobs’s stature would make a statement or two about the death of Flash