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30. A few days ago, Huawei officially announced through a publication that an event dedicated to productivity and smart office equipment will be held on September 13 at 19:30. The theme is “free communication to create without borders”. Followed by the official announcement that suggests the launch of new laptop. From what we see in the picture, the general shape of this notebook is very thin and light, it must be one of the stars of the presentation on 09/13. Huawei has hinted that the new laptop can run Android applications through the Huawei Mobile Engine. Huawei’s new product will…

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The founder of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, wants to put the basic version of his own search engine online with his company Wikia.com these days. This emerges from an interview in the new issue of ZEIT. Photo: Jimmy Wales, CEO Wikia.com “I want to develop a search engine whose algorithm is accessible to everyone,” reports Jimmy Wales of ZEIT. The Wikia project is thus competing with Google, which had also announced the introduction of a free Internet encyclopedia. At the moment, all search engines are closed systems, each owned by a company. As with Wikipedia, Internet users are…

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Recently, there has been a lot of talk about privacy issues related to collecting user data for targeted advertising purposes. Now, a couple of former Google executives are testing a new way to combat those problems with the introduction of Neeva, an entirely new paid search engine. Yes, you read it correctly. Neeva is a search engine that you will have to pay to use. Coming from two former Google employees, Sridhar Ramaswamy and Vivek Raghunathan, Neeva has many similarities to the search engine giant. But there is a rather important difference. This brand new search engine, which just launched…

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According to US analysts, more than ten billion dollars will be earned with search engine advertisements in 2008. In the case of classic display ads, in which logos, photos or lettering are placed, the media observers do not even assume half as much. The dispute between search and display ads is also reflected in the US presidential election campaign. Because there, Democrat Barack Obama relies on a massive use of display ads. His campaign homepage was accessed more than 240,000 times in June alone. Since the beginning of the year, the average has been just over 90,000. “Obama’s advertising is…

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Developer Crytek especially has a reputation to uphold in the field of extreme graphics and the two Crysis games are of course a good example of this. Based on the CryENGINE 2, both games deliver beautiful images, but they certainly haven’t been sitting still. Earlier this month, Crytek revealed the existence of the CryENGINE 3, the latest engine that can be used for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in addition to the PC. The CryENGINE 3 can be described as “the first development platform for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, MMO, DX9/DX10 that is also truly Next-Gen-Ready – with scalable…

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The growth of intricate display ads is slowly faltering, while search engine advertising continues to gain momentum. The New York Times reports mixed results from the big providers in the online advertising business. There are signs that online publishers are making less money selling advertising space. The newspaper cites the index of the advertising technology company Pubmatic, according to which the prices for online advertising, which the major ad networks pay, fell by 23 percent from March to April. Jeffrey Lindsay, an analyst at Sanford C.Bernstein & Company, also confirms that graphically complex banner ads and column ads are currently…

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Developer Crytek especially has a reputation to uphold in the field of extreme graphics and the two Crysis games are of course a good example of this. Based on the CryENGINE 2, both games deliver beautiful images, but they certainly haven’t been sitting still. Last night, Crytek revealed the existence of the CryENGINE 3, the latest engine that will be presented more extensively during the upcoming Game Developers Conference. The new engine can be described as “the first development platform for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, MMO, DX9/DX10 that is also truly Next-Gen-Ready – with scalable computation and graphics for all…

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The trailer for Death Strading at The Game Awards did not leave anyone indifferent. A few days ago we learned that Kojima did not want to create a graphics engine from scratch so as not to delay the launch of the game even more, and that is why the Guerrilla Games engine was the one that best adapted to the demands of production. Hideo Kojima has recently published a series of tweets in which he talks about the graphics engine in question and pulls rhetoric for it. “The space race was something that ended up being frozen after the Cold…

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The professionalism of German and American mechanical engineering in sales and marketing is stagnating and is still too product-heavy. This is borne out by the results of the “Mechanical Engineering Monitor” conducted by the consulting firm Prof. Homburg & Partner. The surveyed marketing and sales managers from 261 companies recognized the problem of too little customer and application orientation, but they see employee know-how, innovations and system solutions as the most important success factors. However, 65 percent of the experts consider using these to be a problem, as it is currently not possible to get sufficiently qualified personnel. According to…

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New search suggestions and shortcuts have started to appear in the mobile version of Google search for Android. The search giant is constantly testing and introducing new facilities in the Google mobile search engine. New options are introduced as a test for a limited group of users who, based on their behavior in the application, let Google know whether the tested option makes sense. One such attempt is a series of shortcuts below the search bar on a mobile app that initially had a very distinct circle pattern similar to that of Google Now. This interface has not been made…

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