HP Envy Rove: Tablet-PC 20-inch with Intel Haswell

Are you ready to welcome the era of jumbo-sized tablet PC? After Asus Transformer comes with AIO, now turn to HP HP Envy Rove is ready to market, its latest tablet PC that can also act as an AIO PC that was introduced in May 2013 ago.
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HP Envy Rove: Tablet PC 20 inch with Intel Haswell
Rove HP Envy 20-inch size is quite large compared to most of the tablet PC on the market today. If you think to ask her mobility, you should be thinking twice about doing it. Because, in addition to having the extra large screen is also fairly heavy weight is about 5.4 kg. Similar to the average weight of a multimedia laptop.

Touch screen IPS panel which has been put on comes with a resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels. To conjure into an AIO-PC, the back of the HP Envy Rove has been equipped with a set of legs as well as the wireless keyboard and mouse that comes in the sales package.
Running the Windows 8 operating system, HP Envy Rove performance processors rely fourth-generation Intel Core i3 (Intel Haswell) with 4GB of RAM support. And considering the HP Envy Rove can converted into an AIO PC, the capacity of storage space also comes with hybrid models that combine performance with 8GB SSD and HDD are very roomy 1TB capacity. This combination will be used to speed up Windows boot process.
To connect with other devices available a variety of connectivity options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet port, SD memory card slot, USB port 2.0,3 USB 3.0 ports and has received support Intel WiDi (Wireless Display) which can be useful to share the screen.
HP Envy Rove has now come to the American market with a price of around U.S. $ 980. And while there has been no word on whether this jumbo tablet PC will be available in Indonesia.

Try Browser, Can Direct Voucher Rp 50,000!

Although less popular among netizens, the browser application (browser) Internet Explorer apparently still prevail as the most widely used browser.

Based on the results of research from Net Applications, between December 2012 and January 2013, the number of Internet Explorer users scored 55.14 percent in January.

While Firefox and Google Chrome remained in a two and three, which stood at 19.94 per cent and 17.48 per cent.

In detail, IE10 get 1.29 percent of the market, while IE9 was 20.93 percent and IE 8 is still the best value for Microsoft with 23.54 percent.

Although the youngest position, IE10 recently earned the most secure browser (Read: Adu Safe, IE10 Defeat Firefox and Chrome).

However, it is not know it was love? Therefore, Microsoft Indonesia Kompas.com invites readers to try out the most secure browser.

Not only could give it a try, you will also receive a voucher directly from the online shopping site Lazada of Rp 50,000 (these terms and conditions) as soon as you download this browser.

How easy really. You live register and download IE10 on the following link, and also provide a unique commentary. The three most interesting comments will get a voucher worth Rp 200,000.

TSP Symposium 2013 Keynotes to Focus on Quality Practices for Critical Software

The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) has announced the slate of software engineering thought-leaders who will serve as keynote speakers for the Team Software Process (TSP) Symposium 2013. Held in Dallas, Texas, on September 16-19, the TSP Symposium 2013 keynote line-up includes Bill Curtis, senior vice president and chief scientist with Cast Software; Enrique Ibarra, senior vice president of technology of the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV); and Robert Behler, chief operating officer of the SEI.

The symposium theme, When Software Really Matters, explores the idea that when product quality is critical, high-quality practices are the best way to achieve it.

“When a software system absolutely must work correctly, quality must be built in from the start. A disciplined approach to quality also offers the benefit of lower lifecycle costs. The TSP promotes the application of practices that lead to superior, high-quality products,” said James McHale, TSP Symposium 2013 technical chair. “Our keynote speakers and representatives from industry and government organizations from around the world will share how using TSP helps organizations build quality in from the start when there’s no room for error.”

  • Curtis will assert that the stakes for software-caused operational problems are now larger than ever, approaching a half-billion dollars per incident. Every other aspect of the business is managed by numbers, including IT operations. Software lags behind, however, because the culture of craftsmanship still prevails. Curtis’s talk will challenge that culture: Quality measurement will be challenged for under-measuring non-functional, structural quality, the cause of many operational disasters. Productivity measurement will be challenged for not penalizing baselines when rework is shifted into future releases as technical debt. Software measurement will be challenged to better express outcomes in terms that justify investments for improving quality. The word “quality” will be challenged as the wrong way to frame the argument. Curtis will propose a measurement stack or measurement pyramid to help translate software numbers to business numbers. At the foundation of this pyramid are the Personal Software Process (PSP) and TSP.
  • Ibarra will detail the Mexican Stock Exchange’s (BMV) broad plan of technological renovation that included migration to a new state-of-the-art data center and creating new operational systems with better functionalities and quality attributes. Since 2005, the BMV, which is responsible for operating the cash and derivatives market of the country and is the only exchange in Mexico, has faced the constant challenge of accommodating an exponential growth of demand for its transactional services as well as pressure from the market to offer services with better response times and functionalities. One of the most challenging software projects included in this technological renovation plan was the redesign and construction of the operational system known as the trading engine, which has strict and ambitious requirements for speed (latency), scalability, and continuous availability. The new system, which was to be designed and built internally, and the project were called MoNeT. The BMV had two goals for MoNeT: making sure a carefully considered and reviewed system architecture was in place prior to building the system and adopting a software development process that maximizes the quality of the new system and ensures that it complies with its intended quality attributes. Ibarra will describe the most relevant aspects of the MoNeT project, its performance in production, and the business impact it had on the BMV.
  • Behler, one of only 139 individuals qualified as pilots of the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird aircraft, will describe his experience flying the fastest, most physically demanding aircraft in the world to gather vital data during the Cold War and the teamwork approach it took to develop the aircraft. The SR-71 was developed in the 1960s with myriad sophisticated sensors used to acquire highly specific intelligence data. The aircraft remains an icon of American aerospace engineering to this day and is considered to be the most effective reconnaissance aircraft in history.

In addition to the keynote speakers, substantial technical program, and organized networking events, the TSP Symposium 2013 also offers practitioners an in-depth learning opportunity with full-day tutorials on introductory and advanced TSP concepts.

“I am very excited about this year’s lineup of keynote speakers and technical presenters. The symposium should be stimulating with presentations on a broad array of topics related to quality-focused software development. It is also an excellent way for participants to network and exchange diverse ideas about how they have used the PSP/TSP approach to achieve their software quality goals,” said Mark Kasunic, Symposium co-chair.

OpenMP 4.0 Specifications Released

The OpenMP 4.0 API Specification is released with Significant New Standard Features

The OpenMP 4.0 API supports the programming of accelerators, SIMD programming, and better optimization using thread affinity

The OpenMP Consortium has released OpenMP API 4.0, a major upgrade of the OpenMP API standard language specifications. Besides several major enhancements, this release provides a new mechanism to describe regions of code where data and/or computation should be moved to another computing device.

Bronis R. de Supinski, Chair of the OpenMP Language Committee, stated that “OpenMP 4.0 API is a major advance that adds two new forms of parallelism in the form of device constructs and SIMD constructs. It also includes several significant extensions for the loop-based and task-based forms of parallelism already supported in the OpenMP 3.1 API.

The 4.0 specification is now available on the 

Standard for parallel programming extends its reach

With this release, the OpenMP API specifications, the de-facto standard for parallel programming on shared memory systems, continues to extend its reach beyond pure HPC to include DSPs, real time systems, and accelerators. The OpenMP API aims to provide high-level parallel language support for a wide range of applications, from automotive and aeronautics to biotech, automation, robotics and financial analysis.

New features in the OpenMP 4.0 API include:

· Support for accelerators. The OpenMP 4.0 API specification effort included significant participation by all the major vendors in order to support a wide variety of compute devices. OpenMP API provides mechanisms to describe regions of code where data and/or computation should be moved to another computing device. Several prototypes for the accelerator proposal have already been implemented.

· SIMD constructs to vectorize both serial as well as parallelized loops. With the advent of SIMD units in all major processor chips, portable support for accessing them is essential. OpenMP 4.0 API provides mechanisms to describe when multiple iterations of the loop can be executed concurrently using SIMD instructions and to describe how to create versions of functions that can be invoked across SIMD lanes.

· Error handling. OpenMP 4.0 API defines error handling capabilities to improve the resiliency and stability of OpenMP applications in the presence of system-level, runtime-level, and user-defined errors. Features to abort parallel OpenMP execution cleanly have been defined, based on conditional cancellation and user-defined cancellation points.

· Thread affinity. OpenMP 4.0 API provides mechanisms to define where to execute OpenMP threads. Platform-specific data and algorithm-specific properties are separated, offering a deterministic behavior and simplicity in use. The advantages for the user are better locality, less false sharing and more memory bandwidth.

· Tasking extensions. OpenMP 4.0 API provides several extensions to its task-based parallelism support. Tasks can be grouped to support deep task synchronization and task groups can be aborted to reflect completion of cooperative tasking activities such as search. Task-to-task synchronization is now supported through the specification of task dependency.

· Support for Fortran 2003. The Fortran 2003 standard adds many modern computer language features. Having these features in the specification allows users to parallelize Fortran 2003 compliant programs. This includes interoperability of Fortran and C, which is one of the most popular features in Fortran 2003.

· User-defined reductions. Previously, OpenMP API only supported reductions with base language operators and intrinsic procedures. With OpenMP 4.0 API, user-defined reductions are now also supported.

· Sequentially consistent atomics. A clause has been added to allow a programmer to enforce sequential consistency when a specific storage location is accessed atomically.

This represents collaborative work by many of the brightest in industry, research, and academia, building on the consensus of 26 members. We strive to deliver high-level parallelism that is portable across 3 widely-implemented common General Purpose languages, productive for HPC and consumers, and delivers highly competitive performance. I want to congratulate all the members for coming together to create such a momentous advancement in parallel programming, under such tight constraints and industry challenges.
With this release, the OpenMP API will move immediately forward to the next release to bring even more usable parallelism to everyone.
 – Michael Wong, CEO OpenMP ARB.

SanDisk microSDHC and microSDXC Fastest Presents for 4G Smartphones

JAKARTA, WEDNESDAY – For owners of smartphones, tablets and digital cameras, microSD memory card with a large and fast-performing highly preferred. Especially if its a lot of HD video recording.

SanDisk listen to the demands and released what it claims is a world’s fastest memory card. Extreme SanDisk microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I mentioned it is able to transfer up to 80Mbps and 50Mbps write on, or allow shooting shot-to-shot and faster continuous burst mode. This card, SanDisk said, is designed to support HD video and imaging in the future 4G smartphone. tablets and digital cameras.

The presence of this new card, SanDisk said, triggered by two things. The first is the smartphone. Because expected in the next year or the next, there will be about a billion new smartphones sold., And the average capacity of 6GB up in 2010 to 24GB in 2015. The smartphone users will begin using video and camera features are embedded in a smartphone. And 4G smartphones need faster memory.

The second driving force is the growing number of tablets being used as a personal device. And embedded memory in tablets will clearly be inadequate if the tablet is widely used for digital imaging activities.

Extreme Sandisk microSDHC memory cards and microSDXC available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Price, depending on the capacity, range from U.S. $ 60 to U.S. $ 200.

Share Printer Access Windows 8

Increasingly diverse operating systems. Therefore, do not be surprised if within a network can terdisi from a variety of devices. Plus, gadgets and electronic devices now have the ability to pass network connectivity.

If the operating system both Windows or Linux fellow, it’s still easy. For use can be done without much trouble. Well if there are some who use the operating system Windows 8 and some of them have access to a printer via the Linux how dong? Easy! This tutorial.

Step 1:

Workgroup liken this step similar to when we want to share files across operating systems. We must do this step in Windows 8:

1. Create Same Workgroup. On the Start screen, click System Settings on the right side and click on System in the left side. Click the Change Settings.

2. In the System Properties window go to the Computer Name tab and see the workgroup name there. Compare with information workgroup name in Windows 8. If the same, you can jump straight to step 4. If different, follow the first 3 steps.

3. Click the Change button that is on the Computer Name tab. After that, in the Computer Name Changes window, click the Workgroup menu in the box if the Member in the column below, the contents of the same name with a Linux workgroup. Press OK to save the changes. When prompted, restart the PC in order to connect with the new workgroup.

Next, use the same naming workgroup with Linux.

Step 2:

To put the printer on Windows 8

Divide and put the printer is not difficult to access. On the Start screen, type in Device and Printers, click Settings and then click the icon. Figure 4. Right-click the printer you want to dibagipakaikan then select “Printer Properties”. In the Properties window, select the Sharing tab and place a check in front of the “Share this printer”. Figure 5. Click “OK” to save changes.

Step 3:

Configuring Linux For Linux printer can be accessed through, it is time configuration on Linux. We will be using Ubuntu as the most popular Linux ditro. Here’s how:

1. Click the menu System> Administration> Printing to open the printer management window.

2. In the Printer Configuration window, click the “New” button. Ubuntu will search for the printer on the network.

3. Once the search is complete, Ubuntu will display all the printers on the network are detected. If printermu not listed, click the “Windows Printer via SAMBA” on the left panel. IN the right side window, type the workgroup name created in step 1, and then click “Browse”.

4. Explore the SMB workgroup that appears in the browser, select the computer name, then click on the name of the printer that has dibagipakaikan then click “OK”.

5. You will be taken back to the previous window. Click the “Verify ..” to ensure the printer can be accessed by Ubuntu. If successful, you will get the message “Print Share Verified” like in the picture. If at this stage you have failed, try to go back to step 2 to ensure the printer configuration has been done correctly.

6. Click “OK” and “Forward”.

7. Now you will see a window with three options: Choose the printer from the database, providing PPD file, or do a search in the printer driver

Choose the first option and then check whether the driver for printermu already teredia. If printermu not listed there, select the second option. After that select the PPD file that you have and then click Open. PPD file is a file that contains information such as the printer’s Windows driver which can be downloaded from the Internet. If the second alternative in this step you have problems too, just select the third option to force Ubuntu to find drivers on the Internet.

8. Click the “Forward” button to continue.

9. Enter the printer name information, description and location of the printer in the field provided. Click Apply to continue.

10. Ubuntu will ask you to test your printer. Click “Yes” to try to print to the printer.

11. After all steps finished, you will see the printer connected to the PC Windows 8 appears in the printer list Ubuntu.

Software AG Named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites

Software AG today announced it was positioned by Gartner, Inc., a leading industry analyst firm, in the Leaders Quadrant of the recently published Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites. In gaining this recognition, vendors were evaluated based on completeness of vision and ability to execute. The quadrant evaluates the application integration and SOA project market, which are strategic for Software AG as a vendor of application infrastructure middleware.

“We believe Gartner naming us as a leader with the furthest position on both axes in the Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites* is a validation of our product innovation, high quality services and strong go to market model,” said Dr. Wolfram Jost, Software AG’s Chief Technology Officer. “Our goal is to continue to deliver the most comprehensive, innovative infrastructure middleware offerings that improve business outcomes of our customers, while enabling them to achieve better agility and drive growth.”

Gartner’s evaluation of Software AG is primarily based on its flagship offering webMethods Suite V9.0. It includes tightly integrated products such as webMethods Integration Server as an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Terracotta Universal Messaging for fast asynchronous messaging, webMethods Trading Networks for B2B integration, webMethods BPMS for process orchestrations and monitoring and CentraSite for metadata lifecycle management.

The nexus of four forces – cloud, mobile, social, and big data – are presenting unprecedented new opportunities to innovate and grow the business. With webMethods Suite, organizations can take full advantage of these opportunities by establishing a strong but flexible integration backbone to build new applications. It allows organizations to leverage existing IT investments while managing the proliferation of data, devices, and services resulting from the four forces.

Unlike other solutions in the market, the webMethods Suite is an open, cross platform solution. It delivers capabilities as building blocks that fit together allowing customer implementations to grow as their needs grow. It is also easy to use across all lifecycle stages from design to production, lowering total cost of ownership. Strong lifecycle governance baked into the platform helps companies maximize reuse and align closely with business needs.

Complimentary copies of Gartner’s report are available at www.softwareag.com/recognition.

* Gartner Magic Quadrant for On-Premises Application Integration Suites by Jess Thompson, Yefim V. Natis, Massimo Pezzini, Daniel Sholler, Ross Altman, Kimihiko Iijima, published 27 June 2013.

About the Magic Quadrant

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

About Software AG

Software AG (SOW.F) helps organizations achieve their business objectives faster. The company’s big data, integration and business process technologies enable customers to drive operational efficiency, modernize their systems and optimize processes for smarter decisions and better service. Building on over 40 years of customer-centric innovation, the company is ranked as a leader in 15 market categories, fueled by core product families Adabas and Natural, ARIS, Terracotta and webMethods. Software AG has ca. 5,300 employees in 70 countries and had revenues of €1.05 billion in 2012.

Tizen protype Display Tablet Appears on Internet

A tablet operating system Tizen has just appeared on the internet. The emergence of the prototype tablet Tizen Tizen obtained from Indonesia who has a chance to look deeper into the tablet.

The tablet has a screen size of 10 inches and using the Tizen OS is a Linux-based OS developed by Intel with Samsung. According to the plan, the operating system will also be used in a variety of devices, from smartphones, tablets, laptops and even systems for vehicle bermotoro.

Tizen tablet prototype that appears is from a Japanese company called Shisutena. The tablet is also scheduled to be introduced this year in Japan. According to the Indonesian Tizen, this tablet will come with Tizen OS 2.1.

The tablet has a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels with a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory. The tablet also comes with 802.11n WiFi, 2MP rear camera and 0.3MP camera on the front.

Acer M5 Series Notebook Line Strengthens newest

Acer back strengthening M4 Series flagship notebook line by presenting models M5-583P-6428 new to the market. Based on the use of the latest advanced technology, the latest Acer laptops visited the market with a number of its best features like Display Technology (WiDi) for wireless streaming to HDTVs, HDMI output, and much more. And even for the sake of optimizing the performance of voice over Dihadirkannya, powerful sound system that involves Dolby Home Theater v4 audio, four 2-watt speakers on the front side and the technology package Purified Acer reportedly also included in it.

Besides equipped by a 10-point capacitive touch screen measuring 15.6-inch multitouch which supports a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, Acer M5-583P-6428 is also fully supported by the Intel Core i5 processor reliability in collaboration with a capacity of up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM plus 500GB hard drive .

Support Acer Instant Connect technology makes the process of access to the internet connection to four times faster than normal, while the Intel Smart Connect feature will make the connection to access applications / online services / social networking sites such as Facebook, Outlook and others continuously refreshed during internet network is still connected, and can also serve to determine whether the PC is in sleep mode or not.

Not only that, the use of battery 4-cell Lithium Polymer 3560mAh accompanied PowerSmart feature also makes the device capable of operating up to 6.5?? Hours duration on the condition of the battery is fully charged. It is said to last up to 4 years into the future without losing any potency and decreased performance.

In the U.S. market alone, the latest Series M5 notebook Acer is reportedly now been introduced to the market with a price tag starting around $ 699.99 or the equivalent of 6.97 million dollars per unit.

Galaxy Note III, “Gadget” First Use 3 GB of RAM?

Phablet news about Samsung Galaxy Note III from re-emerge. This time in the form of hardware specifications that will be used.

Obtained from the leaked tech site Slashgear, Friday (07/05/2013), one of the popular series of Samsung’s devices will use large-capacity RAM, amounting to 3 GB.

If true, the Galaxy Note III will be the first mobile device that is equipped with 3 GB RAM capacity.

Just for the record, smart phone devices and premium phablet circulating lately generally use 2 GB of RAM.

Galaxy Note screen measuring 5.99 inches allegedly III with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) and a Super AMOLED display panel types. The size of a half-inch larger than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note II, which has a 5.5-inch landscape display. As for the Galaxy Note to be launched in 2011 and carries the 5.3-inch screen.

Bodi Galaxy Note III allegedly bit slimmer than its predecessor. If the Galaxy Note II has a weight of 182 grams, the Galaxy Note III a little lighter by 180 grams with a thickness of 8 mm.

At the time of its release later, the Galaxy Note III will run on the latest Android operating system, 4.3 Jelly Bean. He will also support 4G LTE technology-Advanced network.

Just like the Galaxy S4, there will be two versions of the Galaxy Note III, which was launched to the market. In a particular market, this device will be armed with the Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core 800. As in other markets will be using processors made by Samsung’s own Exynos 5 “Octa” SoC.

Same as before, Samsung is rumored to be introducing a new model of the series Galaxy Note at this year’s IFA to be held in Berlin, Germany, in September 2013.