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September 26, 2013

Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch Tablet Launch a Runaway success

By most measures, Amazon Kindle Fires are the most successful Android tablets on the market. Now, with the introduction of three new models, it’s quite likely the company will only tighten its grip on the lead. At its Seattle, Wash., headquarters Tuesday,

Amazon also claims up to 11 hours of battery life when using the Kindle Fire HDX tablets. See also: Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch review: cheap tablet locked into Amazon's world

Amazon revealed the latest generation of Kindle Fires: the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch, the Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch and the latest Kindle Fire HD. Of the three, the two HDX models certainly raise the bar for pure power and screen resolution. Both are the first tablets to run Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 800 processor, and they’re doing so at 2.2 GHZ, which is essentially desktop speed in a hand-held device. For those of you who saw Qualcomm’s CES 2013 keynote, you may remember that this is the chip that can power 4K (Ultra HD) video from a mobile device

August 27, 2011

10 Apple Products That Changed The World: Infographic

 This  infographic built by Techking shows the many launches in the history of Apple.

  • The very first Apple Computer logo, drawn by Ronald Wayne, depicted Isaac Newton under an apple tree.
  • The Apple I, the first product designed and hand-built by Steve Wozniak, was released in 1976. It was followed just a year later by the Apple II, an 8-bit home computer and one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products. The Apple III, released in the 1980s, was designed to take on the IBM PC in the business environment.
  • On December 12, 1980, Apple launched the Initial Public Offering of its stock to the investing public.
  • The Macintosh 128K machine, the original Apple Macintosh personal computer, was released in 1984 and followed just three years later by the Macintosh II, the most powerful model in the Apple II series of personal computers. The GS in the name stands for Graphics and Sound, referring to its enhanced graphics and sound capabilities.
  • Apple went portable in 1989 with the Mac Portable, the company's first attempt at making a battery-powered Macintosh personal computer. That device was followed by a string of non-traditional products for a computer company: the Newton and the Macintosh TV in 1993 and Apple EWorld in 1994. EWorld was a package of services that included email, news, and a bulletin board system.
The iMac debuted in 1998. A range of all-in-one Macintosh desktop computers, the iMac was the first Macintosh to have a USB port and not to have a floppy drive. A USB mouse known as the hockey puck came out at the same time.