Powered by the Visibly Smart Intel® Core™ processors, Ultrabook™ is a new category of ultra responsive, ultra sleek, and ultra stylish devices that are less than an inch thick and wake up in a flash. They’re an optimal blend of the performance and smart capabilities you expect—and the portability and style you want. Intel recently launched their current flagship product for the savvy, stylish and trendy mover-and-shaker who seeks to be with it every step of the way. They call it the Intel Ultrabook and what a beautiful piece of Architecture this is.
Now onto the best piece of Good News yet: We, here at Juuchini, are giving away one Lenovo Ideapad U300s Ultrabook worth $1200 (100,000 KES) to one lucky contestant; Courtesy of Intel. We have listed the cool features of the Ultrabook below. All you need to do is read and understand the Ultrabook’s features and pick one (1). Instructions await you at the end of the list of features below: Read more »
Everyone is talking about the cloud. And these days in the news as relates to data and it storage wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the cloud and reasons why you should invest in it.
Given; it is a good place to store data.
Question is; Is it the best place to store the same?
Back in the day when a company was suspected of fraud or anything remotely clandestine, the government would show up at the door and cause a scene whilst carrying away servers that were believed to hold ‘vital’ information as evidence. Not considering that they could carry away the wrong servers btw.
So everyone says the cloud is safe. Yeah right! Read more »
At the beginning of the year, we highlighted a story in which Microsoft had launched their campaign for a competition dubbed the Microsoft Imagine Cup.
The annual event has participants from all over the world with all teams aiming to garner a chance to represent their country in the worldwide championship finals and ultimately take home the prize money. Last year’s prize was a whooping 25,000USD.
This year, Iraq is already way ahead of their game. The winning team, Team Hawk from the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani, bedazzled the panel of judges by creating a system that can be used to register refugees and monitoring their welfare needs such as monitoring healthcare and education. This also includes facilitation of distribution of aid to the said refugees. The solution provides a mobile means for staff and users with minimal training to enter data relevant data to the welfare and educational needs of the refugees. The data is collected through the same mobile phone system or via any computing device use of mobile phones. Somebody say TABLET. WOOHOO! Read more »
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