Headset Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports

Make the Joy of Sports

You like to exercise while listening to music? This is the headset for you: Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports. To confirm peruntukkanya, was carrying the Sennheiser Adidas which is a famous manufacturer of sports equipment on this his software. Headset? Yes, Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports is a headset with a microphone positions on the control module. So, with the appropriate device (eg iPhone), but can be used to answer a call, it can also be used to adjust volume and select songs.

u5-436-SennheiserMeskipun designed for Apple products (iPod, iPhone, iPad), headset with the blue cable can still be used in MP3 players and other devices. However, when connected to a 3.5 mm stereo output standards, controls and microphone of course does not work.

For his headphones, Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports is a earphone. That are not easily separated when used to exercising, this headset has a neckband (like a headband, but its position near the neck) whose front “hung” on the ears. When PCplus try a little exercise while listening to music, Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports is able to survive the fit in the ear. Unfortunately, PCplus feel less comfortable to wear.

Sennheiser also provide a clip that can be used to lock the cord. You simply pinch the wires along with your clothes in the desired position so that the cable does not move much thither.

In addition to the ability to maintain the position of affairs in the right ear plus cable lock, this Sennheiser product is also claimed to be resistant (resistant) against sweat and water. Therefore, you can wash them after every wear accompany you exercise so do not sweat. Not to forget, the cable used also has high durability.

Although the look is closed (closed), Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports has advantages called situational awareness. This Sennheiser headset hold less noise from outside so that you remain aware of the surrounding environment. Even so, when used in a safe place and you feel disturbed by the noise around, he has a driver that is able to produce a sound with a high volume. Just make sure not to damage your eardrums volume.

How his own voice? After hearing test PCplus do with a number of different musical genres, PCplus found that Sennheiser PMX 685i Sports has a sound staging and separation between instruments is okay. Unfortunately, the sound is less balanced: prominent midrange than bass and treble. Although rare, his voice could also feel attacked. Any number of instruments were not right. Even so, with a few adjustments, this voice could be made more balanced.

7 Months, Google Clear 100 Million Pirated Content

CALIFORNIA – July is almost over and Google has removed more than 100 million web pages containing links content copyright infringement. The removal of the copyright holder hope these links can keep consumers from pirated content sites.

Reported by Softpedia, Friday (27/07/2013), according to TorrentFreak reports, the number of links that have been removed by Google starting this year more than in 2012. Meanwhile, Google decided to be transparent about all removal requests pirated content in search results.

Since January this year, Google has been asked to remove more than 105.3 million web pages that allegedly contain pirated content. A number of sites that claimed to contain pirated contents has also been reported.

Search engine files, FilesTube, is the most hunted with more than 5.8 million links, and Rapidgator.net Torrentz.eu followed, with each more than 2 million links.

Meanwhile, The Pirate Bay, which had become the hunted, now is not in the list of top 20. This is because the torrent sites are changing domains and only has two million links.

Microsoft Combining 3 Monitor 4K to Play Games, Rework 1.5 Billion Pixels Per Second

Monitor resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, aka 4K is still expensive, but it seems to have become one of the dream stuff PC users. This week Microsoft decided to show off a PC that is designed to run 3 monitors into a single 4K display using AMD Eyefinity technology.
The three monitors are the 32-inch 4K monitor Sharp PN-K321, each of which cost nearly U.S. $ 5,000 (U.S. $ 51.3 million). AMD HD7970 graphics card uses DirectCU II. After playing a racing game Dirt 3 on Windows 8 in the third screen with a refresh rate of 30Hz, Microsoft decided to run the game in 60Hz mode and three monitors combined into one display. AMD actually create a custom driver package, add two graphics cards and a custom power systems. They even expressed do not try it at home.
As a result, they were able to run the game Dirt 3 with framerate 62-67 frames per second in all three Sharp 4K monitor with a refresh rate of 60Hz setting and the overall setting in High mode except shadow detail and particles. That is, the total resolution is 11520×2160 pixels (24.9 megapixels). Multiplied by 60 fps, meaning that every second there are 1.492992 billion pixels processed fruit.

Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Haskell

As one of the developers of the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) for almost 15 years, I have seen Haskell grow from a niche research language into a rich and thriving ecosystem. I spent a lot of that time working on GHC’s support for parallelism and concurrency. One of the first things I did to GHC in 1997 was to rewrite its runtime system, and a key decision we made at that time was to build concurrency right into the core of the system rather than making it an optional extra or an add-on library. I like to think this decision was founded upon shrewd foresight, but in reality it had as much to do with the fact that we found a way to reduce the overhead of concurrency to near zero (previously it had been on the order of 2%; we’ve always been performance-obsessed). Nevertheless, having concurrency be non-optional meant that it was always a first-class part of the implementation, and I’m sure that this decision was instrumental in bringing about GHC’s solid and lightning-fast concurrency support.

Haskell has a long tradition of being associated with parallelism. To name just a few of the projects, there was the pH variant of Haskell derived from the Id language, which was designed for parallelism, the GUM system for running parallel Haskell programs on multiple machines in a cluster, and the GRiP system: a complete computer architecture designed for running parallel functional programs. All of these happened well before the current multicore revolution, and the problem was that this was the time when Moore’s law was still giving us ever-faster computers. Parallelism was difficult to achieve, and didn’t seem worth the effort when ordinary computers were getting exponentially faster.

Around 2004, we decided to build a parallel implementation of the GHC runtime system for running on shared memory multiprocessors, something that had not been done before. This was just before the multicore revolution. Multiprocessor machines were fairly common, but multicores were still around the corner. Again, I’d like to think the decision to tackle parallelism at this point was enlightened foresight, but it had more to do with the fact that building a shared-memory parallel implementation was an interesting research problem and sounded like fun. Haskell’s purity was essential—it meant that we could avoid some of the overheads of locking in the runtime system and garbage collector, which in turn meant that we could reduce the overhead of using parallelism to a low-single-digit percentage. Nevertheless, it took more research, a rewrite of the scheduler, and a new parallel garbage collector before the implementation was really usable and able to speed up a wide range of programs. The paper I presented at the International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP) in 2009 marked the turning point from an interesting prototype into a usable tool.

All of this research and implementation was great fun, but good-quality resources for teaching programmers how to use parallelism and concurrency in Haskell were conspicuously absent. Over the last couple of years, I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to teach two summer school courses on parallel and concurrent programming in Haskell: one at the Central European Functional Programming (CEFP) 2011 summer school in Budapest, and the other the CEA/EDF/INRIA 2012 Summer School at Cadarache in the south of France. In preparing the materials for these courses, I had an excuse to write some in-depth tutorial matter for the first time, and to start collecting good illustrative examples. After the 2012 summer school I had about 100 pages of tutorial, and thanks to prodding from one or two people (see the Acknowledgments), I decided to turn it into a book. At the time, I thought I was about 50% done, but in fact it was probably closer to 25%. There’s a lot to say! I hope you enjoy the results.

Audience

You will need a working knowledge of Haskell, which is not covered in this book. For that, a good place to start is an introductory book such as Real World Haskell (O’Reilly), Programming in Haskell (Cambridge University Press), Learn You a Haskell for Great Good! (No Starch Press), or Haskell: The Craft of Functional Programming (Addison-Wesley).

How to Read This Book

The main goal of the book is to get you programming competently with Parallel and Concurrent Haskell. However, as you probably know by now, learning about programming is not something you can do by reading a book alone. This is why the book is deliberately practical: There are lots of examples that you can run, play with, and extend. Some of the chapters have suggestions for exercises you can try out to get familiar with the topics covered in that chapter, and I strongly recommend that you either try a few of these, or code up some of your own ideas.

As we explore the topics in the book, I won’t shy away from pointing out pitfalls and parts of the system that aren’t perfect. Haskell has been evolving for over 20 years but is moving faster today than at any point in the past. So we’ll encounter inconsistencies and parts that are less polished than others. Some of the topics covered by the book are very recent developments: Chapters 4, 5, 6, and pass:[14 cover frameworks that were developed in the last few years.

The book consists of two mostly independent parts: Part I and Part II. You should feel free to start with either part, or to flip between them (i.e., read them concurrently!). There is only one dependency between the two parts: Chapter 13 will make more sense if you have read Part I first, and in particular before reading “The ParIO monad”, you should have read Chapter 4.

While the two parts are mostly independent from each other, the chapters should be read sequentially within each part. This isn’t a reference book; it contains running examples and themes that are developed across multiple chapters.

HighJump Software Names Jonathan Kwok to Lead APAC Sales Channel

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced today it has named Jonathan Kwok director of Asia-Pacific (APAC) sales. Based in Shanghai, he is responsible for channel management and will lead the expansion of the HighJump™ Supply Chain Advantage suite in the region.

Kwok has nearly 20 years of experience in logistics software, from development and system design to professional services and channel management with some of the largest supply chain solution companies in the world. He was drawn to HighJump Software because of its adaptable solutions’ early success in China and Southeast Asia.

“APAC is one of the fastest growing markets in the world, and companies here are under huge pressure to react quickly to market and consumer demands,” said Kwok. “HighJump Software has a flexible, agile and adaptable warehouse management system that companies here need and this distinguishes them in the market. I am thrilled to be part of an organization that is so committed to the Asia-Pacific region and lead its expansion.”

“Jonathan brings the depth of experience and expertise that I am looking for to lead APAC. He has run a business in China, which is so important to the success of this huge market. And he is based out of Shanghai, which is a strategic location for building networks in Greater China, India and Southeast Asia,” said David Houser, vice president of international sales, HighJump Software. “Jonathan is a key addition to our team and we are delighted to have him on board.”

HighJump Software also has a research and development center in Shanghai that supports the entire supply chain product suite.

About HighJump Software Inc.
HighJump Software is a global provider of supply chain management software that streamlines the flow of inventory and information from supplier to store shelf. HighJump Software solutions for distribution and logistics, direct store delivery, trading partner connectivity, mobility and manufacturing include: warehouse management systems, transportation management systems, route accounting systems, manufacturing execution, mobile sales, the TrueCommerce™ EDI Solutions Platform.

Long life, no cooling fans: Intel’s 4.5W Core processors could blur the PC/tablet line

Windows tablets hold within them an implicit promise: To deliver the full Windows 8 experience in a svelte tablet form factor.

Unfortunately, the ambitions of Microsoft and its partners have thus far exceeded reality, largely due to processor power issues. Even the lowest of low-wattage Ultrabook chips simply sip too much juice, forcing manufacturers to house their hybrids in cases full of fans—a compromise that has left Windows tablets and convertibles thicker and louder than the ARM-based tablet competition.

No more. Intel announced Tuesday that new Core Y-series Haswell processors capable of fitting in thin, completely fanless designs are inbound “in the coming months.”

While Intel had previously announced its Core Y-series chips would run at a scenario design point—basically, an Intel metric for the power draw during sustained workloads—of 6 watts, the newly announced processors will dip all the way down to 4.5W SDP. (6W variants will also be available.) That 1.5-watt difference between the two is the difference between needing additional cooling and a potentially fanless design, according to Intel

Tablets and hybrid PCs with the 4.5-watt Core chips will offer more than nine hours of battery life on active usage, Intel spokesman Dan Snyder said via email.

Don’t expect to see crazy performance from such low-powered Haswell processors, however.

While the new chips will be able to boost to higher performance for short periods thanks to their 11-watt thermal design power rating—a “worst-case” power metric that measures the maximum energy used during heavy workloads—a large part of Intel’s ability to bring the cooling and power requirements down so far lies in underclocking the processor. Sustained boosting above 4.5W would strain the cooling capabilities of a fanless chassis.

Even still, a low-powered Haswell processor will blow the pants off both ARM chips andIntel’s own Atom CPUs, performance-wise, bringing true Ultrabook-like chops to a truly tablet-style design.

“I think there is a real market need for a fanless tablet or 2-in-1 with PC-level performance,” says Patrick Moorhead, president and principal analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy. “This is exactly where Intel’s new 4.5-watt [chip] comes into play… Even though the 4.5-watt Haswell will be clocked lower than the 6-watt version announced at Computex, it will have significantly higher performance than Bay Trail.”

While Moorhead expects production of low-watt chips to ramp up sometime in 2014, Intel says the first round of energy-sipping Y-series processors will be produced in limited quantities. It’d be a shock if those chips failed to show up in a Haswell refresh of Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.

HP EliteBook Revolve 810, “Tablet-Laptop” for Businessman

Hewlett-Packard (HP) launched a convertible, a device that combines the concept of tablet and notebook in one package, called the HP EliteBook latest Revolve 810, Wednesday (24/07/2013).

Different from most of the convertibles that are circulating in the market these days, HP is targeting sales of products for businesses.

According to Cynthia Defjan, MDM Business Notebook HP Indonesia, EliteBook Revolve 810 comes as a device for business people who are armed with a variety of features that can not be found in consumer grade devices.

For example, a joint product between tablet and notebook is equipped with a safety feature called HP Client Security. Using these features, users can protect the devices at every layer, including hardware, software, and BIOS.

In addition, security is also installed Microsoft Defender or Microsoft Security Essentials and also the certified TPM security chip for data encryption.

“This device is targeted to enterprise-class. We make a difference in terms of manageability and security,” said Cynthia in Jakarta.

Another added value, HP also designed the device for resilient or resistant to impact. One way is to use artificial Corning Gorilla Glass screen. By using this screen, the device anti-scratch and impact.

Together with the convertible devices in general, the display of the EliteBook Revolve 810 can be rotated up to 360 degrees. To go into tablet mode, the screen rotated and folded enough.

“This is a business tablet that can be converted into a device with notebook performance. It is a tablet that comes with a keyboard,” said Defjan.

Because these devices into the enterprise, there is no standard specification defined by HP. Those who are interested can modify or order in accordance with the wishes of each.

The screen spans 11.6 inches with a brightness level of 400 nits. Available processors ranging from Intel Core Sandy Bridge generation of three to four generations of Haswell.

For the storage media, this product has up to 256 GB SSD option. He is also equipped with a camera, backlit keyboard, and NFC chip.

Operating system supplied is Windows 8. However, for companies that are not yet ready to switch to the operating system, HP provides the operating system Windows 7.

HP EliteBook Revolve 810 already ordered directly through HP. Cheapest price of this device is approximately USD 17 million.

Google releases Chrome 28 with Blink browser engine

Google on Tuesday released Chrome 28, the first polished version of the browser to use the company’s home-grown “Blink” rendering engine. On Windows, the upgrade also sported Google’s new notification service that lets developers of Chrome apps and add-ons display messages and alerts outside the browser window.

The upgrade was the first since May 21, when Google shipped Chrome 27 and touted some minor performance improvements.

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Google announced in April that it was dropping the open-source WebKit browser engine — at the time also used only by Apple’s Safari — and was instead launching Blink, a WebKit variant, to power Chrome. Since then, Opera Software’s Opera has also adopted WebKit as an interim step before it eventually moves to Blink.

Google cited difficulties in adapting WebKit to Chrome, and in the first weeks after the announcement, stripped copious amounts of unnecessary-for-Chrome code from the fork that became Blink. Previously, only the rougher “Dev” and “Beta” builds of Chrome relied on the Blink engine. Users can verify that Blink is present by typing chrome://version/ in the Chrome address-search bar, dubbed the “Omnibox.”

Also included in Chrome 28 is new support for more sophisticated notifications that appear outside the browser pane and display even when the browser’s not running. “Packaged apps” — ber-Web apps that look and behave like “native” code written specifically for the underlying OS — and add-ons can push brief messages and alerts to Chrome users after their developers have enabled the feature.

Only the Windows version of Chrome 28 currently supports these next-generation notifications, but Google promised that the feature would soon make its way to OS X and Linux. On a Mac, Chrome notifications are not integrated with OS X Mountain Lion’s Notification Center.

Along with the debut of Blink and notifications, Chrome 28 contained patches for 15 security vulnerabilities, one of them rated “critical,” Google’s most serious threat ranking. According to Google’s terse security advisory, that flaw was a memory management bug — dubbed a “use-after-free” vulnerability — in the browser’s network sockets code.

But while Colin Payne, who reported the bug, received an impressive reward of $6,267.40, another researcher was handed triple that. Andrey Labunets was paid a record $21,500 for filing several vulnerability reports, including two in the Google synchronization service and an unknown number of others that Google said were “…since-fixed server-side bugs.”

That last phrase and the amount paid were clues that Labunets discovered one or more flaws in a core Google service. In April, Google boosted bounties for vulnerability reports in its core websites, services and online apps, resetting the top reward to $20,000 for remote code executable bugs, those that attackers could use to slip malicious code onto a server or into an app or site.

Labunets is no stranger to large bug bounties. Earlier this year, after reporting a string of weaknesses in Facebook’s authentication protocol, Labunets was awarded $9,500 by the social networking giant.

Altogether, Google this week paid bounties totaling $34,901 to six researchers, including Payne and Labunets, for reporting eight different bugs. Through Tuesday, the Mountain View, Calif., company has awarded nearly $250,000 thus far this year in bounties or hacking contest prizes.

Users can download Chrome 28 from Google’s website. Active users can simply let the automatic updater retrieve the new version.

Review SpeedUp Pad Phone

In addition to the support for mobile work, the tablet PC is also widely used as a means of entertainment. Just as smartphones, tablet PCs are now available in the market with a variety of prices and specifications. Like one of these tablet PC products from following SpeedUp present for tablet PC users in the entry level segment.
Concept & Design
Speedup Phone Pad is a tablet PC with 7-inch screen. The design is quite average and quite like tablet PCs in its class with aluminum alloy and plastic body and frame design of the screen is quite thick. Indoors, the display screen itself is quite good and still comfortably viewed with a screen resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels. However, like most local screen tablet PC is rather difficult to see under a blazing lighting conditions. For the body, Speedup Pad Phone has brought unibodi design that makes users can not remove the plastic cover on the back to remove the battery. Overall, light weight, the thickness of the body is quite fit and do not look cheap.
Although it can be used in portrait position, Speedup Pad Phone seems designed to be used in a horizontal position / landscape. This is evident from the presence of a resolution 2-megapixel secondary camera on the top of the screen (in horizontal position) and two speakers are located on the left side of the screen.
For port connectivity, SIM card slot, audio jack port, SD memory card slot and a mini USB port, everything is placed in the left side of the body. All ports and slots are placed pretty well there. But unfortunately, when a memory card slot for a memory card inserted, the memory card is not fully inserted into the body and look a bit obtrusive. Although not a little disturbing but this reduces the aesthetic value of the packaging and less unsightly.
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Interface
Speedup Pad Phone running the Android operating system Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4. The interface is relatively simple with the standard launcher without any touch or customization of the factory. This is a positive value in itself, because this performance with a simple interface feels relatively quickly because it is not burdened with a custom homescreen launcher used by tablet PCs in its class. But, if you are bored with the zoom you can still use another launcher that can be downloaded through PlayStore.
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Applications and Features
For applications and innate feature of SpeedUp Pad Phone also relatively minimal. In it you can find SpeedUp Studio which is a speedup store digital content that provide content such as music, magazines, apps, games and news feeds. For applications, in addition to relying on Google PlayStore SpeedUp you can also rely on the AppStore. While it is a list of applications available in PlayStore not much, but at least it is also a plus because the application is available to download for free.
If you have a security camera of SpeedUp, Speedup Pad Phone is also equipped SpeedUp Camera app to connect with your security cameras in order to monitor remotely. And for office, has been available Kingsoft Office applications, Notepad and Adobe Reader to open the file. Pdf.
And the last is the telephony features. In addition to being a tablet PC, Phone Speedup Pad can also be used to answer calls and sms as smartphones in general.
Performance
Spur the kitchen sector, Speedup Pad Phone equipped with a single core processor ARM Cortex-A9 running at a speed of 1 GHz, 512MB RAM, and graphics sectors of PowerVRSGX 531 graphics chip. With these specifications, the value benchamark Quadrant that were achieved by SpeedUp Pad Phone is 2189 points which is in the bottom position 3. While the app AnTuTu benchmark test, the tablet PC won 3656 points, which put him at the bottom. To test the touch screen, with AnTuTu Screen test detected the screen can only accept input 5 fingers at the same time. Here are the results benchmarknya ..
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Despite reaching the benchmark value was minimal does not mean the tablet PC is lousy loh. For testing we use everyday is quite impressed with its performance fairly okay. The screen is quite responsive compared to tablet PCs in its class. Switching between pages on the menu and homescreen feels smooth and does not feel significant lag. Even so, there are enough to make us wonder at the launcher SpeedUp Pad Phone. Every time you access a menu that contains a row of application performance is noticeably slow and visible lag. Whereas when pressing the home icon to return to the homescreen all running smoothly. Hopefully edepannya k SpeedUp can provide updates to address bugs like this.
Multimedia and Gaming
For multimedia needs SpeedUp Phone has come up with music app, video player and radio. To watch a movie, we tried HD720p quality movies and 1080p. The default video player application is only able to play a video file format HD720p pretty well. And when running 1080p video file format image can not be displayed. If you want to watch movies in Full HD tablet PC, alternatfinya is using another video app that can be downloaded at Google PlayStore. But you also must be quite satisfied with the performance of the frame rate a bit slow and the battery certainly be more extravagant when playing Full HD content.
In addition to watching movies, Speedup Pad Phone can also be used for listening to music. But unfortunately, good for watching movies, listening to music, or playing games, performing voice though it is set at the maximum level still feels underpowered. Not only that, the capacity of internal storage space is only 4GB is also noticeably less if you save the video files in HD format, and music file format. FLAC or. WAV file size is generally large. But luckily still available memory card slot that can be used to increase the storage space up to a maximum capacity of 32GB.
And as an alternative to your current mobile entertainment, this tablet PC can still be relied upon to play the game. To play the games lightly with a simple display such as Angry Birds and Tiny Thief is a very capable tablet PC to play it. And what about the 3D games that require heavy graphics performance? We try to play racing game Real Racing 3. The result? Speedup Pad Phone can still be counted on to play a decent 3D game Real Racing 3 weight class pretty well.

Logitech Mouse Patterned Candy Panda and Floral Foray, When is Batik?

JAKARTA – Logitech introduced the Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 Limited Edition, with a stylish motif. Not only interesting to look at but also reliable and provide a sense of comfort in your hands.
Success with Splash Pink and Black motif Topography, Logitech brings new members from the ranks of Logitech Global Graffiti Collection, the Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 with Candy Panda and Floral motifs Foray.
“The latest collection of Global Graffiti we launch to appreciate while meeting society’s demand over a wireless mouse that is not only reliable and convenient to use, but also has a unique shape with a pattern and creative,” said Sutanto Kurniadih, Logitech Country Manager Indonesia in Jakarta, Monday (01/07/2013).
It said the designs are the result of cooperation with the Logitech leading designers from around the world to create a variety of unique styles and patterns that can reflect its creativity and personal style. ”
Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 with Candy Panda and Floral motifs Foray was presented with a limited number or limited edition, in which Candy Panda pattern designed by Heiko Windisch, a digital artist from Germany-Australia.
Each design reflects the spirit, joy and beauty that allows users to mix and match with the look of style and theme of daily life.
Logitech ® Wireless Mouse M235 Limited Edition has been available in the Indonesian market with a retail price of USD 19.99 or approximately USD 190 thousand.