Tuesday, May 31, 2011

TYAN to Showcase High-Density Cloud Computing Solutions

TYAN, an industry-leading server platform provider, and a subsidiary of MiTAC International Corp. will display a full line-up of cloud computing solutions that meet the increasing demand for higher density and lower power consumption at Computex 2011. TYAN will also provide a live demonstration of the FT77-B7015, a GPU Computing platform that features up to eight NVIDIA Tesla M2050 GPU computing processors in a 4U enclosure, at the TYAN booth (#407).

“Cloud Computing has changed the enterprise server landscape,” said Albert Mu, Vice President and General Manager of TYAN Business Unit at Mitac International Corp. “TYAN is now positioned to lead the industry with high-density server solutions that meet the demand for more computing power and lower power consumption – at higher densities.”
High Density Cloud Platforms: TYAN Yellow River Series
The TYAN Yellow River cloud computing solutions offer scalability, reliability, and remote management capability that target web hosting and Internet Portal Data Center (IPDC) applications. The new Yellow River series high-density servers, including YR190-B8028-X2, YR190-B8228-X2 and YR190-B8238, YR290-B7008-X4, YR290-B7018-D2 and YR190-B7018-X2 will be on display at the TYAN booth.

More Capacity Cloud Platforms: TYAN TN Series Products
The cloud storage infrastructure requires flexibility to scale up and quickly respond to ever increasing demands for capacity. In order to meet the requirements of public, private, and hybrid Cloud Computing environments, TYAN developed the TYAN TN70 series. The TN70-B7016 supports two Intel Xeon processor 5500/5600 series, twelve hot-swap 3.5” HDDs, and two internal 2.5” HDDs in a 2U enclosure that delivers greater computing power and more storage capacity.

Less Power Consumption Cloud Platforms: TYAN FM65 Series Micro Server
Following the Micro Module Server Specification, the TYAN FM65 Series Micro Server features eighteen compute nodes in a 4U rack-mount enclosure that is designed for environments that require higher density, lower power consumption, and improved price/performance. The TYAN FM65-B5511 supports eighteen single-processor nodes based on the Intel Xeon Processor E3-1200 series. TYAN also offers the FM65-B8001 that features support for the AMD Opteron 1300 series processor.

The TYAN booth will also feature a demonstration of the FT77-B7015, the GPU Computing platform with eight NVIDIA Tesla M2050 GPU computing processors in a 4U enclosure. Compared to the previous generation FT72-B7015, the advanced FT77-B7015 is equipped with six hot-swap fans and supports up to four 2.5” HDDs to offer higher reliability and system-level redundancy.

Orginal Post: btarunr  
For More Info: TYAN to Showcase

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

When Po, the clown-eyed, roly-poly kick-ass panda bear hero of Kung Fu Panda 2, goes into his twirly, lightning-limbed fighting mode, he doesn't leave his slightly abashed suburban sweetness behind.
''Yes!'' he says, dispatching a foe, ''Taste the defeat,'' and you can hear the joyous disbelief (did I really just whip that guy's butt?) in the gee-whiz sound of Jack Black, who voices him. It's not hard to see why children love Po, the rare animated hero who's awesome and ridiculous at the same moment. He's like the coolest stuffed animal in the world. But since he became a triumphant member of the Furious Five — Tigress (Angelina Jolie), Monkey (Jackie Chan), Viper (Lucy Liu), Mantis (Seth Rogen), and Crane (David Cross) — in 2008's Kung Fu Panda, what's left for him to conquer beyond the next bowl of dumplings?

In Kung Fu Panda 2, Po must now defeat a seething white peacock, Lord Shen (voiced with silvery menace by Gary Oldman), who owns a gigantic cannon he plans to use to put the Furious Five — and, indeed, all of kung fu — out of business. More than that, Po must come to grips with his own repressed memories of the moment that left him an abandoned infant. At times, Kung Fu Panda 2 suggests Bambi redone as an episode of Oprah. Yet it's a more-than-worthy sequel. You'll taste, and savor, the victory through an irresistible gush of ''healing'' tears.

Details Release Date: May 26, 2011;

Rated: PG; Length: 91 Minutes; 

Genres: Action/Adventure, Animation;

With: Jack Black and Angelina Jolie

Distributor: Paramount Pictures

Reviewed by Owen Gleiberman

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HTML5: Changing the browser-URL without refreshing page

 An often overlooked feature of HTML5 is the new “onpopstate” event.
This new feature offers you a way to change the URL displayed in the browser* through javascript without reloading the page. It will also create a back-button event and you even have a state object you can interact with.
This means you won’t have to use the hash-hack anymore if you want add state to your AJAX-application, and search engines will be able to index your pages too.
So how does it work? Well, it’s fairly simple. In Chrome you write:
window.history.pushState(“object or string”, “Title”, “/new-url”);
Executing this line of code will change the URL to my-domain.com/new-url (3rd option). The “Title” string (2nd option) is intended to describe the new state, and will not change the title of the document as one might otherwise expect. The W3 documentation states:
“Titles associated with session history entries need not have any relation with the current title of the Document. The title of a session history entry is intended to explain the state of the document at that point, so that the user can navigate the document’s history.”
So if you want the document’s title to change to match the title of the history entry, you’ll need to write a hook for that (hint: just tie a function to the onpopstate event). Finally, “object or string” (1st option) is a way to pass an object to the state which you can then use to manipulate the page.
You can programmatically invoke the back-function by running:
And you can of course go forward too:
Or even go to a specific history state:
The object you pass as the first option to the pushState function will stay with each state, so if you go back in the history, you’ll get the object for that state. If you need to manipulate a state (instead of creating a new one) you can use:
window.history.replaceState(“object or string”, “Title”, “/another-new-url”);
Note that while this will change the URL of the page, it will not allow the user to click the back-button to go back to the previous state because you’re replacing the current state, not adding a new one. So, this is the correct behaviour.
Personally, I think the URL should be the first parameter and then the two other options should be optional. Regardless, this feature will certainly come in handy when working with AJAX- and Flash-applications that need state (read: bookmarkable pages and back-button support). Anyone looking to make their Flash- or AJAX-application indexable by search engines so they will get better raking in Google and the likes, should also have a look at this new feature.
The most prominent implementation of this HTML5-feature that I’ve seen is in the new Flickr layout. Here’s an example page (remember to enable the new layout if you haven’t already). Now, if you’re using the latest version of Chrome or Safari and click one of the sets, e.g. “Strobist”, it will slide open and the URL will change but you’ll notice that the page doesn’t reload.
It’s worth noting that Flickr uses replaceState instead of pushState – in other words, they don’t add a back-button event. I’m guessing they feel that switching back and forth between opened/closed sets is too small a change for a back-button event (I’d certainly agree with them on that decision), so instead they just replace the URL so if you copy/paste the link to a friend, they’ll see the exact same page that you did.
Another interesting thing is how Flickr still use the old hash-hack as a fallback if you’re running on browsers that don’t support this new HTML5-feature. I predict/hope that a lot of the plugins that help you easily implement the hash-hack will bake this into their core so people with new browsers can start reaping the benefits.
The latest versions of Chrome and Safari already have support for “onpopstate” and Firefox 4 will have support for it as well. Unfortunately, it seems like IE9 won’t be supporting this feature if we are to believe this Wikipedia article (“Trident” is IE’s layout engine).
Check out the W3 specification for more info.
* For security reasons, you can only change the path of the URL, not the domain itself. So you can change anything in the URL after my-domain.com/[change-the-stuff-here.html].

By Jamie Appleseed 
Fore More Info :  HTML 5  

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Release Date


What will E3 show us about this war?

E3 2011 is just a few short weeks away, from June 6 to 9. We're taking a look at all the hot games coming our way from the show floor and talking about what we know and what we expect to learn. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be there. What does Makarov have in store for the world? What changes are coming to multiplayer? We hope to find out these things and more at E3 next month.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Steve Ballmer: Mango will includes 500 new feature

Microsoft offers new 9 Windows Mobile Phone
Revealed Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, the Microsoft Developers Conference in Japan that the new version for Windows iPhone 7.5 which will be called Mango will include nearly 500 new feature and will arrive in Japan at the end of this year.

Malicious application to renew the debate about protection in both Windows and Mac

A recent Trojan horse aimed at Mac Defender malicious devices that are running Mac, this application has worked to spread the pernicious sense of danger to the users, but more importantly, it re-open the debate about the extent of security enjoyed by the Mac versus Windows systems.

Firefox 5 Beta

         Firefox Beta is the build for those who like a little bit of jeopardy, but who don’t want to risk everything by trying out Firefox Aurora. It gives you a sneak peek at the next version of Firefox with a relatively stable build that’s not quite ready for primetime, but still pretty solid.

The Ten most important guidance to users on Twitter last week

          Able to singer Justin Piper to return back to the first position in the list of concerns of users of Twitter last week, and as usual managed football to register its presence in the list of the top ten, as is the case in recent weeks, as well as with the group Jonas Brothers, who managed to get third place, Cross-reactions Ashagahm their song about the new upcoming, Here

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Google and AOL offering a service to send messages exchanged between the two services

Decided that all of AOL's and Google's transfer of their partnership in the field of Instant Messaging to a new level through the achievement of full compatibility between AIM and Google Talk Ji miles.
Where Google announced in her blog entries that each of AOL and Google have both made some changes that will bring about the type of full compatibility. It become possible for users of AIM service chat and send messages to users of Google and vice versa.

Google simplifies the language Android applications are used

Said Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google that the company is working hard to simplify the language used in the screens and windows asking for permission and access to the data when you install Android applications.

Bravia TV's new feature provides the Internet connection

Sony announced a new strategy for a series of television sets produced in a move to keep pace with modern life style, which relies heavily on Internet connection. The move came in the context of the continuing efforts of the global electronics giant to establish a new standard in home entertainment industry in order to meet the needs of people in the world today. The Bravia series TVs 2011 to consumer entertainment experience more intelligent and sophisticated and will continue that will redefine the television experience.

Microsoft: Windows 7 is more secure than Vista and XP

Microsoft recently submitted a security report deals with the security features of different operating systems, which included systems XP and Vista and Windows 7.

The study (consisting of 90 pages) infection rates of their different over the past year 2010, where he was the criterion used is the incidence of applications malignant per thousand sets, and the results showed that the system of Windows XP (SP 3 32 bit) was the highest

Google and a new form of search results

The U.S. giant Google Inc. and owner of the most powerful search engine on the web design experience and a new form of search results of their own.

The new design that is visible to some users is characterized by many of the points for the design known to us, including color design that is very quiet.

It features a new design and a dashed lines between search results to sort the results from each other and new features we have not covered.

Microsoft Acquires Skype in $ 8 billion

Last Friday, Google and Facebook were vying for the acquisition of Skype in order to acquire them. But it was different as the U.S. software giant "Microsoft" were operating in a covert way to combine telecommunications giant on the Internet "skype" to the takeover, which has already been by the Wall Street Journal.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Construction Innovation: Information, Process, Management

Forecasting contractor performance using a neural network and genetic algorithm in a pre-qualification model

Document Information:
Title:Forecasting contractor performance using a neural network and genetic algorithm in a pre-qualification model

Contractors Prequalification: Methods and Techniques


Product Description

This Book explains the existing practices of contractors pre-qualification in newly developed countries. The most known models for contractor's pre-qualification that could be used for contractor's pre-qualification is presented. The Book concentrates on client's pre-qualification for contractors at the level of standing list. The main focus of this Book is the integration of contractor pre-qualification attributes with the project success factors (client¿s objectives) in terms of time, cost and quality (i.e. How the client could predict the contractors performance given his current attributes).

Google fixes Android Wi-Fi security hole

Google has plugged an Android hole that could have allowed someone to snoop on an unencrypted Wi-Fi network and access calendar and contact data on the smartphones.

"Today we're starting to roll out a fix which addresses a potential security flaw that could, under certain circumstances, allow a third-party access to data available in Calendar and Contacts," a Google spokesman said in a statement. 
"This fix requires no action from users and will roll out globally over the next few days."

Google Docs offline: Coming this summer

SAN FRANCISCO--Somewhat later than had been planned last year, Google is addressing a significant weaknesses of Google Docs and Google Apps: the inability to use the services while not connected to the Net.
"We will make them [Google Docs offline apps] available this summer," said Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome, in an interview here last week at at the Google I/O conference. "We've all been using it internally. It's imminent. We want to make sure they're good."
It's not clear just how high the demand for the feature is. Although I find offline Google Docs' absence a critical weakness, Google cited low interest in the idea as one justification for why it had removed an earlier attempt at the technology in 2008.

Google Wants to Become Your Personal Finance Advisor

  by Ben Parr
In its attempt to break into the personal finance market, Google has launched a new tool for finding and comparing financial products.
At its core, Google Advisor is a personal finance comparison tool. It helps you check the rates for mortgages, credit cards, CDs, checking accounts and savings accounts by providing a list of financial instruments that meet your search criteria. For mortgages, Google provides data such as APR, monthly payment, fees and contact details. If you’re looking for a credit card, the search giant provides data on rewards, card type, purchase APR and the annual fee.

Samsung Galaxy S II review

If you don't already know all about the Samsung Galaxy S II, where have you been the past two months? The successor to one of the most popular Android handsets to date carries a burden of expectation almost as sizable as its 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. It promises to be thinner, lighter, and faster than the Galaxy S that preceded it, while garnishing Android 2.3.3 with a set of TouchWiz customizations that might actually enhance, rather than hinder, the user experience. As such, the Galaxy S II earns Samsung full marks for ambition, but does this slinky new smartphone live up to its interstellar hype? The answer, as always, can be found after the break.

Google Pet Peeves: From Gmail to YouTube

Google services deliver convenience, but not without headaches.

Google is undoubtedly the Web's best resource for getting stuff done, but let's face it, it's not perfect.
A few weeks ago, my Gmail account was going crazy. My inbox appeared to be locked in a frozen state of "Still Working..." Then a Google search went haywire, thanks to a combination of a typo (my bad) and Google's auto-complete feature, coupled with Google Instant Search.
Sometimes I just want to kill Google dead. Here are my top pet peeves about Google, starting with Gmail.


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