Day: March 28, 2015

Longhorn details emerge

Longhorn details emerge Details are emerging about Microsoft’s plans for Longhorn, its forthcoming Windows operating system upgrade. A list of the key subsystems upon which Microsoft is said to be basing Longhorn has been posted on a Microsoft Longhorn forum. The list is based on a document – a 1,000 page “Book of Longhorn” – that is circulating internally at Microsoft. According to the posting, the book is divided into the following seven sections: – Aero, the 3D-rendering user interface; – Avalon, the core set of application programming interfaces (APIs) for handling graphics and presentations; – Indigo, the next...

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Apple in frame for BETT awards

Apple in frame for BETT awards Apple has been nominated for three BETT Awards. The BETT Awards is hosted as part of the annual IT-in-education BETT show, being held next year at London’s Olympia, in Earls Court, from January 9-12. Apple is no stranger to receiving BETT awards. This year, Apple’s iBook wireless mobile classroom received two nominations – for primary and secondary school hardware. Apple’s iDVD software has also been nominated for a Secondary School Hardware...

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Battlefield 4 "Total War" Trailer Show Intense Gameplay and More

Battlefield 4 “Total War” Trailer Show Intense Gameplay and More A brand new trailer of Battlefield 4 has arrived on YouTube showcasing some gorgeous looking in-game intense gameplay along with some more exciting features and highlights of Frostbite 3 Engine. Sadly for fans this new Battlefield 4 footage is in French. Take a look at it below. Battlefield 4 is schedule to launch in October 2013 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. PS4 and Xbox One versions is not yet...

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French Imagina stretches 3D

French Imagina stretches 3D The International Festival for Digital Images show, Imagina 2002, ends today in Monte Carlo. Key exhibitors include: the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which is demonstrating a variety of XML-based (Extensible Markup Language) technologies; NewTek, which is demonstrating LightWave 3D; and RealViz, demonstrating Stitcher, its application to build panoramas for the Web, film, print, and 3D. W3C is also explaining its latest Web language, SMIL 1.0 (Synchronised Multimedia Integrated Language). Based on XML, SMIL 1.0 is compatible with Apple’s multimedia standard QuickTime 4.1, and synchronizes audio and text on a Web page. Media are not...

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