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July 31, 2015

comparing windows pc sales vs Mac sales



"windows sales vs mac sales"

 The above chart compares windows bs Mac sales


The data clearly shows Apple sold more iPhones, Macs, iPads and iPod Touch devices than the total number of computers sold by the entire Windows PC industry 

In fact the pattern of Mac growth exceeding Windows PC growth (and overall PC growth which includes the Mac has been observed for at least 40 of the last 42 quarters.When comparing iOS shipments (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) to Windows we can see that combined iOS shipments exceed all Windows PC shipments for all three previous quarters.

June 1, 2015

The Database face off : SQL vs No SQL

" working with SQL or non SQL database"

The  basic difference between  these two data is the way it is stored Either we can put it  in a  relational or  non-relational databases. For the past few years however, our industry has seen an increasing trend towards the usage of NoSQL databases, where data just isn’t stored like in relational databases.SQL has the impressive track record, the large installed base, but  non SQL is making impressive gains and has many proponents in its favor.However SQL or non SQL whichever you use , it has its own logic.  There is no wrong and no right. It depends




May 14, 2015

April 2, 2015

shipments of computing devices : PC vs Notebooks vs Tablets

Shipments of PC, Desktops, Notebooks and Tablets

The chart maps the growth of computing devices , between  Desktops , PCs, Notebooks, and tablets


The growth of tablets have been astonishing, from zero to almost 80million in 3 years. Meanwhile  the number of Desktops shipped every quarter  has been growing till  2009 , from where it started declining ( Apple, Ipad and Samsung's  Tablets were just about to hit the market .Notebooks  have seen a jump recently as in the 2009 Q1 , around 50million notebooks were shipped  which again started declining .

March 11, 2015

Shipments of the 7inches tablets worldwide grows by 400%

Statistic: Number of 7 inch tablet shipments worldwide from 2011-2013 (in million units) | Statista
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 The traditional size of Tablets the 7 inches  has now been almost been the standard for the ideal size of the  media tablet. Increasingly the 7 inches have become the industry benchmark. The data by statista shows the increase in 7inches tablets at a whooping  400% from 17million  tablet  sales in 2011 to  67million sold in 2013 

February 2, 2014

AMD's Mantle to Launch Soon


AMD finally launches its much-anticipated Mantle API TECHSPOT.COM 

.After a false start or two, AMD is finally getting the first beta of Mantle out the doorMD’s hotly-awaited Mantle API is finally ready for a public unveiling, with new patches and drivers enabling the low-level API going live from today .

AMD’s Mantle is a groundbreaking graphics API that promises to transform the world of game development to help bring better, faster games to the PC

Mantle  brings together the cutting edge of  three essential ingredients:
  1. A driver within the AMD Catalyst™ software suite that lets applications speak directly to the Graphics Core Next architecture;
  2. A GPU or APU enabled with the Graphics Core Next architecture;
  3. An application or game written to take advantage of Mantle.

June 19, 2012

End of PC Era as Microsoft Takes on Apple with Surface Tablets

Microsoft Unveils Surface Tablet:


.Surface comes with a number of features which make it more similar to a laptop than a tablet - most notably, a built-in keyboard which could help the device appeal more to business customers.

The 9.3mm-thick tablet, which uses the RT version of Windows, comes with a kickstand to hold it upright and keyboard that is part of the device's cover. It weighs under 1.5 pounds.


A slightly thicker version - still less than 14mm thick and under two pounds - will work on Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 Pro operating system.

Surface has a 10.6-inch 16:9 widescreen HD display screen. Designed to be mobile yet sturdy, the screen is made of Gorilla Glass -– an ultra-strong glass – to prevent scratches and breaks if it takes a tumble.

Welcome  to the “Biggest Technology Event after  the Phone Launch r Microsoft's repeated attempts over 30 years to break into the tablet market Microsoft Corp introduced its own line of tablet computers.The move breaks with Microsoft’s operating model of the past 37 years, which has relied on computer manufacturers to make and market machines running Windows. It could throw the world’s largest software company into direct competition with its closest hardware partners such as Samsung Electronics and Hewlett-Packard.

In a possible nod to the device's chief rival, it will apparently be 0.1mm thinner than the latest iPad. Surface running Windows RT will be available in 32 GB and 64GB sizes, while Surface running Windows 8 Pro will be available in 64 GB and 128 GB sizes. While no pricing was announced, Microsoft says the tablets will be “priced to competitive rates with ARM tablets.”

Sales of tablets are expected to triple in the next two years, topping 180million a year in 2013, easily outpacing growth in traditional PCs. Apple has sold 67million iPads in two years since the device's launch.

The Surface comes with a 10.6" screen, a clever magnetic cover which doubles as a keyboard, and a kickstand to hold it upright on a table.Microsoft's has dumped the the traditional Windows Desktop has been scrapped for Microsoft's new 'Metro' tile-based theme

August 31, 2011

Microsoft Office 365:All You Wanted To Know

With Office 365, people can come together from virtually anywhere and work together more easily, meeting face-to-face online, sharing work in real time, and accessing email and calendars on virtually any device.  infographic source : Guide to Microsoft Office 365 by Cloud Hypermark

August 13, 2011

94% New PCs To Ship with Windows 7 in 2011

Infographic Source : Link
The Apple Mac is steadily grabbing market share, but Windows-based systems continue to dominate the worldwide personal computer market, according to a new Gartner study.
The report is good news for Microsoft, which has taken its licks lately in the mobile computing market. Redmond's well-received but slow-selling Windows Phone 7 OS has yet to catch on among consumers, who are snapping up Apple iOS and Google Android handsets like crazy.
Windows 7 has proven a big hit on the desktop, however: 42 percent of PCs worldwide will run Win 7 by the end of 2011, Gartner reports. And nearly 635 million new PCs are expected to ship with the OS by the end of the year.

After a slow start, corporations are finally migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7. "Many enterprises have been planning their deployment of Windows 7 for the last 12 to 18 months, and are now moving rapidly to Windows 7," said Gartner research director Annette Jump in a statement. The Mac OS shipped on 3.3 percent of new PCs worldwide in 2008. That figure climbed to 4 percent in 2010, and to 4.5 percent this year--and it's projected to grown to 5.2 percent by 2015, Gartner says.

However, Windows 7 will likely be the last version of Microsoft's iconic OS that gets deployed via massive, enterprise-wide migrations. The move toward virtual and cloud computing architectures in the next five years will change how upcoming versions of Windows are deployed, the study says.

August 12, 2011