Believe it or not, they are not drunk. This is what science sounds like slowed down to 50%. Kind of amusing, and very hard to follow.
Microsoft is ending its support for Windows XP next month, and about time. But a troubling fact is that 95% of the worlds ATMs are still running Windows XP. This means the already vulnerable machines will be even more vulnerable after next month.
The QV1030 is the flagship of gigasets new line of tablets. It features a 1.8GHz quad-core Tegra 4 processor, a 2,560 x 1,600 display, 16GB of expandable storage and both 8-megapixel rear as well as 1.2-megapixel front cameras. The tablet runs Android 4.2.2, and it runs very smoothly. The QV1030 has a battery time of 10 hours of usage and up to 620 hours of standby time. Which is pretty impressive, although battery time is greatly reduced if you run it at full performance.
Today Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia spoke at the CeBIT. He had a lot to say about privacy concerns, the NSA scandal and Edward Snowden. When he was asked whether he thinks Snowden should be allowed to return home he responded “Yeah, and when he does I will buy him his first beer”.
Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Dr. Angela Merkel and Prime Minister of the UK David Cameron at the Opening Tour
And so this years CeBIT comes to an end. But don’t worry, more posts on CeBIT 2014 are still coming.
It was pretty good show with some certainly interesting speakers.