Mobile World Congress 2013 is being held in Spain. And the big names in mobile phones and computers will show new stuff. Expect to see things that were not in Las Vegas last month. Watch for Microsoft. They may have a new announcement.
“Nokia is holding a press conference early on Monday morning, and we can’t wait to see what it’s got in store. The Finns have mostly managed to keep things under wraps, but there are a few exciting rumours whizzing around: MWC may be where we meet the Lumia Windows Phone with a full-on, 41 megapixel PureView sensor like the Symbian-ridden 808 cameraphone.”
What to Expect Next Week.
Also, Samsung might not be showing off the Galaxy S4 in Barcelona, but the company is believed to be working on an eight-inch rival to the Apple iPad mini.
Good question. Some say yes. I think the answer is No. Yest it is getting there.
Here are some quotes from an article by Simson Garfinkel on February 20, 2013
“…It makes technical sense for Microsoft to maintain a single, core operating system with a consistent set of application programming interfaces (APIs). In fact, it makes so much sense that Apple and Linux moved to a single kernel years ago. What’s different about Windows 8 is that it gives users a similar graphical user interface (GUI) on every platform…”
“…many critics have decried Windows 8 as another Microsoft misstep, I think they’re wrong. After using the new operating system in all its incarnations on a phone, on Microsoft’s Surface tablet, and on several desktops, I’ve come to regard it as truly transformative. Windows 8 will well serve the needs of those nontechnical users who just want to access their online social networks, watch Netflix, and go shopping…”
Read the whole article. He does make a rap in favor of Windows 8
While waiting for the next Java fix from Oracle, some Cyber Thugs are sending bogus Java updates that look like the real thing. Don’t do it!
We all have to wait until Oracle does the real update in a few days.
The link below is a real Oracle web site. It is OK.
Click on the link below for the latest information about a fix for Oracle Java
The company got some bad PR from the government. They said the current version of the software has bad security problems.
Something this happened last year also.