eContent For Corporate Training

by admin on March 13, 2012

As long as lifelong learning is a key factor in the long-term performance, the eLearning is not an option, but a necessity. Today, the ability to filter and absorb new knowledge means high performance. The eLearning system is no longer a niche solution, but a natural response to the changing economic environment. Lifelong learning has become a central value in the organizational culture, increasing the potential of any organization in the attempt of overcoming the resistance to change.

The Use of eLearning Systems in the Corporate Environment

For example, the cases of sexual harassment are a common problem worldwide, affecting both the employees and the smooth operation of the companies in which they occur. Their management lies in the company’s ability to include in the internal regulations any cases of this nature. However, using an eLearning system in the corporate environment may help the managers cope with this problem. A simple harassment training course can at least prevent such unwanted situations, which could lead to serious consequences for either party. [click to continue…]

ASUS PadFone – Phone, Tablet and Notebook

by Laurentiu on March 10, 2012

Jonney Shih, CEO of ASUS, has revealed the revolutionary ASUS PadFone – a 3-in-1 combination of phone, tablet and notebook when accessorized with PadFone Station and PadFone Dock Station, and also with the future line of tablets Transformer Pad.

ASUS PadFone is a smart phone with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and an 8-megapixel camera with Fuji image processing – all of them having an optimized design for Android 4.0. When placed in PadFone Station, it turns into a 10.1-inch tablet with a five times greater battery capacity.

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SkyTec or How to Ski in Bedroom

by Laurentiu on February 27, 2012

German company SkyTechSport Ski&Fit has developed a gadget that allows skiing enthusiasts to practice this beautiful winter sport in any interior space, even in their bedroom.

The simulator comes with a skiing system placed on a platform and a screen on which are displayed the images on the virtual ski track. The equipment allows users to train in conditions similar to those on the track, say the German developers.

Sensations are provided by a sensor system that provides typical skiing experiences, from various slipping depending on the level of snow at the bumps of the track.

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Panasonic Launches Eluga in Europe

by Laurentiu on February 27, 2012

The Japanese manufacturer is coming to Europe with a powerful smartphone, Panasonic Eluga. The new model has a capacitive 4.3 inch OLED QHD display with resolution of 960 x 540 pixels. The device is extremely light – weighing only 103g – and has a thickness of 7.8 mm.

Among the defining characteristics that stand out are its resistance to water and dust, in accordance with international standard IP57. Panasonic Eluga is made ​​to last for half an hour at a depth of one meter underwater. The smartphone holds up to eight hours if left near or in powder consisting of particles of 75 microns.

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The Go Light is Go-go Greener

by admin on February 14, 2012

The ecosystem-directed focus around us is currently undergoing another shift in the battle for waking up the world community to the reality that unless we go green, really green—DO something to save our environment— we’ll end up in a dead stop at the red light, and call it quits for the 7 billion of us on planet Earth.

This focus is now is no longer on the level of awareness on what is happening and what could happen tomorrow to our entire planetary ecosystem if we neglect our environment. Such a general awareness has been ramping up in the past decade. There is no segment of the information stream all over the planet that does not touch on saving our environment—the search for alternative power sources that do not ravage the environment, the adaptation of infrastructure systems that integrate the non-destruction of nature, and the management of the monstrous levels of waste that is inevitably a by-product of the industrialization of most of the world.

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Nikon Launches Nikon D800

by Laurentiu on February 9, 2012

nikon-d800The Japanese company has launched Nikon D800, equipped with a Full Frame sensor of 36 megapixels – the highest resolution in the world for a DSLR camera.

Nikon D800 has been eagerly awaited by enthusiasts. The new model of the Japanese company is designed especially for professionals, being considered ideal for studio photography or landscapes.

Nikon D800 offers the resolution and the details of a medium format camera, but keeps the versatility and the agility of a DSLR camera. The 36.3-megapixel CMOS sensor in FX format allows a clear rendering of details and colors.

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Canon Launches New All-In-Ones – PIXMA MG4150

by Laurentiu on February 8, 2012

Canon has launched a new compact all-in-one device, with web page printing function. PIXMA MG4150 can print, copy and scan, including wireless, from smartphones running the iOS or the Android, using the Canon Easy Photo-Print App.

With direct access to the cloud, users can print their favorite photos stored in online albums, including CANON iMAGE GATEWAY and Picasa Web Albums, using the Online Album Photo Print option through PIXMA Cloud Link.

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Xybot 1: A Robotic Summer Heat

by Laurentiu on January 23, 2012

Xybox 1Xybotyx, a leading edge smartphone creative support technology manufacturer, announced at CES 2012 the much-awaited launch of the Xybot 1, a robot intelligence of the first order that will bring enjoyment of your iPhone to unheard of heights.

Xybot 1 goes on sale in February and full worldwide delivery is set for the following month.

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Motorola Droid Razr Maxx Set for January 26th

by Laurentiu on January 16, 2012

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXXMotorola, the company acquired by Google last year, launched the Droid Razr Maxx, an improved version of Droid Razr, which is set to hit the market on January 26th. The official launch took place at CES in Las Vegas.

The smartphone comes with a Li-Ion 3300 mAh, which ensures an autonomy of 380 hours in stand-by and up to 21 hours talk time – nearly double the Droid Razr. The phone has a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, scratch resistant – created with the Corning Gorilla technology.

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CES 2012: Would You Buy an Ubuntu TV?

by Laurentiu on January 13, 2012

Canonical, the company that deals with the development of Ubuntu, has presented at CES 2012 the Ubuntu TV operating system for TV manufacturers as well as a smart TV for Linux enthusiasts. As an alternative to other smart TVs, the device powered by Canonical runs this new operating system, offering a lot of features.

The Ubuntu version especially designed for TVs is similar to Google TV and will be able to be updated later through WiFi. Offering support for DVR functionalities, including movies, music, TV broadcasting and YouTube player integrated, Ubuntu TV is the open-source platform optimized for TVs of Ubuntu OS. Canonical is now working on improving Ubuntu TV and wants it to reach all the TV manufacturers, this being the first major step in the company’s intentions to overcome the barriers of a PC or laptop case.

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