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BackJack - The Premium Mac Online Backup Service - 0 views

    mac specialized backup service, possibility to add users Monthly Subscription Fee $17.50 Plus: 500 GB $6.00/GB 1 - 24 GB $5.00/GB 25 - 49 GB $4.75/GB 50 - 99 GB $4.50/GB 100 - 199 GB $4.25/GB 200 - 499 GB $3.95/GB

Nokia 6 with 4GB RAM, Android Nougat announced: Price, Specifications, Features - Gadge... - 0 views

    The first Android-powered smartphone to carry the Nokia name from HMD Global has been announced. The Nokia 6 features 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of on-board storage alongside microSD support, a 16 megapixel main camera, and a 3,000 mAh battery.
Deke Paul

Apple MacBook Pro MC975LL/A 15.4-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (NEWEST VERSION) - 1 views

    The most amazing thing of this notebook is his Retina Display with over 5 million pixels, 3 million more than an HD television, the pixels' density is so high that the human eye cannot distinguish the individual pixels from a normal distance. The other remarkable features of this MacBook Pro are: 1. the latest Intel Core i7 processor, which features a faster processor, more powerful graphics, and a memory controller integrated into a single chip. The third-generation quad-core Intel Core i7 has a 2.3 GHz speed, which can dynamically accelerate up to 3.3 GHz to match your workload thanks to updated Intel Turbo Boost Technology. 2. two video processors--the discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M processor (with 1 GB of GDDR5 video memory) for heavier workloads and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000 processor for better battery life on the go. 3. Two high-speed Thunderbolt ports allow the MacBook Air to transfer data at lightning-fast speeds and connect displays like the Apple Thunderbolt Display, enabling you to turn this highly portable notebook into a highly versatile workstation 4. two USB 3 ports, you'll be able to connect the latest USB 3 devices and access a pipeline that's up to 10 times faster than USB 2 5. integrated HD 720p FaceTime camera, which is integrated into the thin bezel above the display and features three times the resolution of the previous FaceTime camera 6. the 256 Gb solid state storage media makes everything you do incredibly fast and responsive The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display can have a higher frequency of processor (2.6 Ghz) if you wish and a 512 Gb Solid State Storage.

Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 adds keyboard doc | Gokul Rangarajan - 0 views

    IdeaTab S2110 Tablet Specs Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060A Processor (1.50GHz 512KB) Google Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich 1 GB (LPDDR2) 259.8 x 178 x 8.69mm (10.2 x 7.0 x 0.34") 1.3M HD webcam (front) 5M autofocus LED flash webcam (back) 10.1" 1280x800 in-plane switching (IPS) display 580g (1.28 lb) 2 speakers Micro-HDMI Micro-USB 9-10 hours WiFi web browsing
Jeff Johnson

TidBITS Macs & Mac OS X: Going Deep Inside Xserve Apple Drive Modules - 0 views

    About a year ago, we bought an Intel-based Xserve with a pair of 80 GB SATA drives to act as our primary Web server. When the boot drive went flaky on us in October 2008, we were able to recover from the backup on the second drive and off-site backups, if a little shakily (see "TidBITS Outage Causes Editors Outrage", 2008-10-07). But although we were able to bring the machine back online, we didn't trust the drive that had failed. Since the Xserve has three drive bays, the obvious solution was to purchase another drive. Sounds simple, doesn't it? Not so much.
Willis Wee

iPad 2 is Here in China - 0 views

    Starting from RMB 3,688 (US$568) for the 16 GB iPad 2, Apple fans in China can now purchase them online or in Apple stores.

OnePlus 2 16GB variant launched in India at Rs.22999 - Gadgets World - 0 views

    OnePlus 2 16 GB Price Specifications Features Reviews
Bakari Chavanu

TidBITS Networking: Achieving Email Bliss with IMAP, Gmail, and Apple Mail - 0 views

  • Well, that's what I intended to do, anyway. The more I wrote, the more I realized how many aspects of the IMAP/Gmail/Mail universe are unclear or confusing, as evidenced by the many email messages I've received on those subjects, and as feedback to my books ("Take Control of Apple Mail in Leopard" and "Take Control of Spam with Apple Mail") and my Macworld articles on the topic. So, what I thought would be a straightforward article has turned into a manifesto. (That means it's quite long, and somewhat opinionated - fair warning!) And, I admit it: I've written it for a largely selfish reason, which is to save myself from having to explain this information repeatedly in email messages! But I do hope you'll find it interesting and helpful if you've ever struggled with the combination of IMAP, Gmail, and Mail.
  • POP and IMAP are both methods of retrieving messages from a mail server. (In fact, many mail servers support both protocols, enabling you to access the same messages in either way.) The most common way to explain the difference between POP and IMAP is this: With POP, you download all your messages to your computer, whereas with IMAP, all your messages remain on the server. That's more or less true, but it overlooks several important points.
  • In the first place, IMAP servers, unlike POP servers, can keep track of flags for each message, indicating things like which messages have been read, forwarded, or replied to. With POP, your local email client has to track this information. That means if you download a bunch of messages on computer A using POP but leave them on the server, and then switch to computer B, you can still download the messages again, but they'll all appear to be unread - computer B won't know which messages you've seen, filed, or otherwise dealt with, because that information isn't kept on the POP server.
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  • Second, speaking of filing, another key difference between POP and IMAP is that POP has just one mailbox - your inbox - on the server, whereas an IMAP server can have any number of mailboxes. So, if you check your email on computer A and move a certain message to your Read mailbox, and then check your email on computer B, that message will appear in the Read mailbox there as well.
  • If you use IMAP, you absolutely can have local copies of all your email messages, in their entirety, on your computer, and you can read, search, file, and do anything else you want to do with those messages even if you have no Internet connection at all - just as you can when you use POP.
  • And, as a bonus, you can use IMAP as a sort of rudimentary email backup. Even if your disk crashes or your computer is stolen, you'll still have a copy of all your messages on the server.
  • IMAP does have a couple of downsides, which may or may not be significant to you. First, most IMAP servers impose a storage quota on each user. If that quota is fairly low (say, 1 GB), you could run out of space for all your messages, forcing you to move some off the server to a mailbox that's stored only on your computer.
  • Apple Mail, which is a much better IMAP client than some, nevertheless has a handful of quirks in its handling of IMAP that can drive one to distraction. If you combine Mail's IMAP oddities with those of a less-than-standard IMAP server - Web Crossing, I'm looking at you - you could easily have unpleasant experiences that may lead you to the erroneous conclusion that IMAP itself is buggy or poorly designed. (Later on, I'll get into the even weirder ways that Gmail deals with IMAP.)
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3G Available Unlocked, App Reviews Require Ownership, Apple Lowers Output | iPhone News... - 0 views

    A whole lot has been happening in iPhone-land lately. The 3G iPhone is now available unlocked…in China. If you want to write a nasty note about an iPhone Application, you're going to have to pay for it first. Lastly, Apple has lowered the number of iPhones it will manufacture this year, but has raised the number it thinks it will sell.
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iPhone unboxing | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

    This is the Unboxing video of my brand new iPhone 3G 8GB version.
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Yahoo! UI Library: Graded Browser Support - 0 views

  • Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and director of the W3C, has said it best: “Anyone who slaps a ‘this page is best viewed with Browser X’ label on a Web page appears to be yearning for the bad old days, before the Web, when you had very little chance of reading a document written on another computer, another word processor, or another network.”
  • Methodologies including layered development via progressive enhancement, Unobtrusive Javascript, and Hijax ensure that higher layers don’t disrupt lower layers. However, representative testing of the core experience is critical. If you choose to adopt a Graded Browser support regime for your own web applications, be sure your site’s core content and functionality is accessible without images, CSS, and JS. Ensure that the keyboard is adequate for task completion and that when your site is accessed by a C-grade browser all advanced functionality prompts are hidden.
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