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Best netbook money can Buy – March 2010

March 9, 2010

The AS1410 is the netbook to look out for: 11.6-inch screen, 2 GB DDR2 667 memory (upgradeable to 4 GB), HDMI, a full size keyboard, Multi-touch trackpad, 6-cell Li-ion Battery (4400 mAh), and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

Read more here

http://www.technoholik.com/views/celeron-su2300-the-most-poweful-netbook-cpu-yet/

Second Best : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834114801&Tpk=Toshiba%20T115D-S1125

Third Best : http://www.liliputing.com/2010/02/asus-eee-pc-1201n-review.html

Where Android beats IPhone

March 9, 2010

Sriram Says…

Android’s openness, flexibility, and Java foundation make it the best choice for many developers and the businesses that depend on them.

Read More here

http://www.infoworld.com/d/developer-world/where-android-beats-iphone-397?page=0,0

Karthik Says…

A wonderful article on the development perspective of the Android and Apple platform.
From what I have seen till now Apple claims itself to be 5 years ahead of its competitors in terms of their exquisite software design. Android is a great platform for developers due to its lucid style of application development and the ability to launch applications at will (unlike the rigid approval process developer’s face at Apple). Both these platforms are definitely going to see dominance over Apple in the months to come. Palm would also join the race with its unique platform for of application development through internet programming. If all goes well both Android and Palm would have competitively advanced over its rival IPhone while the claim that Apple has gone far beyond its competitors would have been an exaggerated effect.

A wonderful article on the development perspective of the Android and Apple platform.                      From what I have seen till now Apple claims itself to be 5 years ahead of its competitors in terms of their exquisite software design. Android is a great platform for developers due to its lucid style of application development and the ability to launch applications at will (unlike the rigid approval process developer’s face at Apple). Both these platforms are definitely going to see dominance over Apple in the months to come. Palm would also join the race with its unique platform for of application development through internet programming. If all goes well both Android and Palm would have competitively advanced over its rival IPhone while the claim that Apple has gone far beyond its competitors would have been an exaggerated effect.

Jolicloud is quite awesome

March 3, 2010

Just made the switch from an RC version of Windows 7 that was rebooting ever two hours to Jolicloud. It’s in pre-beta mode, but rock solid so far, and comes preinstalled with most apps and drivers, it was a pleasure to have this install and run, i dont think linux ever was made this simple, and this feature rich.

While it is made for netbooks, it’s the easiest and sweetest setup, do give it a try on your PC or netbook sometime.

Additional Information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolicloud