Saturday, February 18, 2012
Not only Windows is changing it’s user interface style to Metro in Windows 8, but they have also redesigned the Windows logo into a real Window rather than a flag. Read More . . .
Thursday, February 02, 2012
Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report examines technology put to practical business use. This year’s theme, Elevate IT for Digital Business, examines the broad impacts of five technology forces that have influenced our reports over the past several years – analytics, mobility, social, cloud and cyber security. Read More . . .
Apple has released update to it’s Lion software, you can download it via Software Update or direct downloads here and here.
Monday, January 23, 2012
Have you ever wondered about that? Why Apple doesn’t assemble its products in USA? First thoughts of my us mostly would be the cost, and the products would be more expensive, but read this article and you will be changed on that. The case is mostly caused by lack of skilled human resources required for doing the job in USA, cost is not the first reason.
Saturday, January 14, 2012
With the continued advances in technology and computing, there have been many claims recently that schools are failing to keep up with the changing times. This has prompted education secretary Michael Gove to announce plans to overhaul Information and Communication Technology, or ICT, classes in schools and replace them with an updated computer science curriculum. This news will no doubt be welcomed by teachers and students alike, who have been bored by lessons that teach them how to use Word and Excel, without challenging them or going into advanced computing techniques.
The new plans are to create an “open source” curriculum that teaches computer science more comprehensively to students. The advantage of this is that it will give more freedom to schools so that they can use teaching resources that have been designed with contributions from experts, such as academics and employers who are very knowledgeable about this subject. No longer will students know more about their O2 mobile phones than the computers they use at school, and no longer will their learning of computer technology be limited to an out of date system of classes. This announcement will hopefully silence businesses who have been expressing concern about the small number of computer-literate students that emerge from education.
This new curriculum could have enormously beneficial effects in just a few years, with young children becoming better versed in computer science. The hope is that children as young as 11 will soon be able to write sample 2D computer animations and more, which would advance the possibilities for future development in the computer world. In the near future, we should see a new computer science GCSE in schools and an overall expansion of lessons and knowledge of this subject. Hopefully these developments will create a greater interest in computer science among students of all ages, so that the popularity and awareness of the importance of learning about computers can grow.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
As you may already know, CES 2012 has begun and Microsoft is pushing MetroUI to everywhere, from Windows Phone, Desktop PCs, Ultrabooks, Tablets, XBOX and TVs. But I say Ultrabooks were absolutely the best part of electronics incoming this year, I loved the ones from Samsung and also DELL is going to announce a brand new Ultrabook tomorrow. Lets see who can compete with MacBook Air…
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
If you want to do Word Automation using Microsoft Word 2010, you need a Desktop folder in the following path:
Lastly, the 17th Elecomp Fair finished and I am back to my office from today, we started a new project this year for making the schools Smart in Iran with combination of following packages:
- Multimedia CBT
- School Management System
Friday, October 14, 2011
I was just installing Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 last night and faced an issue on my Mac Book Air: lack of disk space. Then I not only tried uninstalling some useless apps I have installed, but I also moved my iPad backup space to an external hard drive which I formatted last night for my Mac usage. Here is how I did that:
chflags nohidden ~/Library/
Copy your ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup folder to your external drive (the ~ means “home directory”)
Delete the original “Backup” folder by dragging it to the Trash
ln -s “/Volumes/My Stuff/Backup” “~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup”
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Appled has just released all the new stuff, I have started downloading to have the upgrades done tonight, will update you all on it once it was done!
If you ever wanted to upgrade your remote CentOS server and didn’t have time to get to it, simply use this method for installing CentOS 6 via VNC on it.
Friday, October 07, 2011
I was wondering why Apple demonstrated iPhone 4S this week rather than something more promising like everyone expected from Apple.
Guess what? Steve Jobs, former CEO and Co-Founder of Apple was struggling with death…
Steve Jobs, who had the most influence on my life for the past 2 years passed away yesterday, how much influence he had on our life? I do most of my daily tasks via iThing, which were founded by one of the most amazing human being.
Steve, Rest in Peace.
- You want to read a book? iPad
- You want to watch a movie? iPad + Apple TV
- You want to talk to your family? iPhone for GSM + iPad for Video Calls
- You want to listen to music? iPod
- You want to do office work? Mac Book Air
- You want to play some game? iPad
- You want to do a presentation? Mac Book Air
Thursday, October 06, 2011
Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple.