Electronic paper of Fujitsu terminal station comes out Integration PDA browser
Fujitsu Limited has developed a kind of new personal intelligence terminal recently, this is terminal to reveal various contents with colored electronic paper technology of Fujitsu. From April 20, the company begins to purchase the sample of this product.
This is terminal to use Windows CE 5.0 operating system, integration e-book, net browser and PDA,etc.. Fujitsu carries scientific and technological Corporation to show first, will put out this product to the Japanese customer at first in 2008, then consider overseas users. Fujitsu also claims, are cooperating with other manufacturers at present, develops the new digital content issuing system. The high tube of the company shows, estimate this terminal station will sell 250,000 to 500,000 in 2010.
In July of 2005, Fujitsu research institute and Fujitsu carried scientific and technological Corporation and developed the colored electronic paper technology based on cholester type liquid crystal first. And later this technology of the cooperative manufacturer’s constant completion of the company, and adopted on the personal intelligence terminal.
This person have two type altogether for personal intelligence terminal of Flepia, 12 reveal area and 8 reveal two of area. The two adopt XGA definition.
The electronic paper of Fujitsu has red, green, blue tri-layer. Such structure, let the color in the traditional liquid crystal display consider the mirror and leans towards and shake the mirror isostructure and can be omitted.
Fujitsu shows, the electronic paper presents color, let it reveal the content is more bright-colored and more moving. Electronic paper technology has contrast degree of four ranks at most, 30% of the beamy rate and 110 degrees of visual angles at present. Its expicity color, can vary between 8 kinds of colors and 4096 kinds of colors. While using 8 kinds of colors 9, translating a page of time (break the test piece) of the whole page It is 2.3 seconds. And it is 10 seconds to use and look through a page of test pieces at the time of 4096 kinds of colors.
The general manager Takashi Uchiyama of Fujitsu research institute shows, ” while beginning to research and develop the electronic paper seven years ago, we concentrate energy on color display. And but when this product can appear on the market formally, we will have the ability to bring expicity color up to 260,000 from 4096. ”
A person’s intelligence terminal still allocates the chip of Wireless Local Area Network which supports 802.11b/g. In addition can also use SD card as the mobile storage, its lithium cell adopted can be offered the standby time of 50 hours.
“I don’t know any writers who are trying to be clever and get a literary prize. Who the fuck would bother with such a thing?”—Will Self
“when you smell these 80-year-old perfumes there is a depth and a resonance to them. When they bloom on your skin, it’s like a genie coming out of a bottle. It’s this glamorous woman from a bygone era who takes shape slowly out of the smoke before you, and it’s absolutely intoxicating.”—
This makes me want one so badly. Instead I’ll stick with my usual synthetic perfumes and read these books instead.
Microsoft claims IE8 browser has already prevented hostile software download 1 billion times
[Senior products manager James and Plate (JamesPratt) of Microsoft of introduction ] Write articles and claim in the official blog of this company, since putting out in Microsoft IE8 on Friday, this browser is attached ” the intellectual screen filter ” (SmartScreenFilter) Have already succeeded in preventing hostile software download 1 billion times from being attempted.
July 24 news of Beijing time, the senior products manager James and Plate (JamesPratt) of Microsoft Write articles and claim in the official blog of this company, since putting out in Microsoft IE8 on Friday, this browser is attached ” the intellectual screen filter ” (SmartScreenFilter) Have already succeeded in preventing hostile software download 1 billion times from being attempted.
The operating principle of IE8 intellectual screen filter is, this tool will carry on assessment and analysis to website and relevant server that users visit. If this filter finds that contains the hostile software in a certain server, will send out and remind to users, claim if users continue visiting a certain website, will jeopardize the security of user’s machine. The filter will select for two users: Continue, browse through website this, recycle homepage that users set up back to, do not download any content in this website.
Plate claims, the application number of IE8 intellectual screen filter is increasing rapidly. He shows, in August of 2009, this filter succeeds in preventing hostile software download 70 million times from being attempted, in all netizens in the whole world at that time, only 15% used IE8, this rate has already been increased to 26% at present; After user quantity increases, the quantity of hostile software download that IE8 intellectual screen filter prevents is more than 5 times of August of 2009 at present.
Plate shows, it explains two questions that IE8 intellectual screen filter prevents hostile software download from reaching 1 billion times: First, the hostile software is still one of the important problems of threatening the security of netizen; Second, IE8 can protect the netizen effectively on net and safe. Plate still proposes, those are still user of inuse IE6 or IE7 edition, should be to IE8 staging in time.
The industry personage points out, IE8 can help users to prevent hostile software download from being attempted, it is undoubtedly a good thing. But on the other hand, the public still makes some complaints to the safe protection question of Windows operating system. But in any case, the safe protection function of IE8 intellectual screen filter is laudable.
What To Read?
Reading 3 books will make us an expert in a topic. Once we pick a topic that interests us, or decide on a topic that we want to become an expert, how do we choose those three books?
I would strongly encourage you to get a membership at your local library. While there, look in their book catalog for the topic you are interested in.
It is possible they will only have three books on that topic.
Or they might have more. Many more.
When you include books they can get from sister libraries and InterLibrary Loan, the number jumps by leaps-and-bounds.
Fortunately, there is help. An organization called The Browser has asked experts in their field what Five Books they would recommend others to read. After each recommendation, the site also allows others to comment on books not on the list that they would recommend as well.
You may not find your topic there, but at least it is a start.
What topic are you researching? Have you found any good books you can recommend to others?
What We're Reading, 6/1/12
Every morning, we poll the staff and round up their favorite economic, financial and political reads of the day. On our minds as we wrap up the short week: Job numbers, the long-term unemployed, and George H.W. Bush’s questionable taste in socks.
“U.S. Added 69,000 Jobs in May; Jobless Rate at 8.2%,” by Shaila Dewan (New York Times). The new jobs numbers are out, and they’re far worse than anyone expected. The unemployment rate is up very narrowly, from 8.1%, new jobs fell to 69,000, and The Labor Department revised its April jobs number down, from a measly 115,000 to a measlier 77,000. Analysts suspect all these ups and downs could have more to do with number-crunching flukes and euro fears than with the actual U.S. economy. In either case, it will take many years to close the jobs gap. Perspective: Euro-zone unemployment just hit 11%!
“Back to Work” (Businessweek). We rarely recommend photo stories, but Businessweek’s latest cover package is a must-view: The magazine sent photographers to follow 17 long-term unemployed people, from lawyers to poker dealers, as they return to work.
“For Many Teens, Summer Jobs May Be Thing of the Past,” by April Fehling (NPR). Your friendly curator wishes she had the “it’s the economy” excuse when her mother made her get a summer job at the ripe age of 14. In either case, kids these days might not have a choice: Teen employment is expected to hit a new post-World War II low. Last year it was 29.6%, down from more than 50% in 2001.
“U.S. Steps Up Pressure on Europe to Resolve Euro Crisis,” by David Jolly (New York Times). Circling around from one crisis to another, President Obama renewed pressure on German, French and Italian leaders to get their respective economic acts together. He’s not the only one. In Greece, multinational companies are changing contracts and moving cash reserves to prepare for the worst. In Brussels, the European Central Bank pushed for a joint guarantee on bank deposits. Sounds like these guys could use a long weekend.
“Anatole Kaletsky on A New Capitalism” (The Browser). Anatole Kaletsky (econ consultant, Times columnist, all-around pro commentator) goes long on the context and history of Europe’s economic crisis. If you’re looking for some light summer reading, he also suggests five books on modern capitalism. Beach reads, if you will!
Further #longreads for your weekend:
“The Amazon Effect,” by Steve Wasserman (The Nation). Jeff Bezos hasn’t just changed the way you read books and watch movies — he’s also wrecked the brick-and-mortar book business and revolutionized online retail.
“Tyrone Gilliams: Ivy League Scam Artist,” by Stephen Fried (Philadelphia). Ordained minister, UPenn grad and Philadelphia golden boy Tyrone Gilliams is charged with running a complex Ponzi scheme.
Happy reading, Tumblers!
The apple browser exposes to the sun the safe loophole and reveals FYI
the apple Safari browser is exploded loophole, this loophole allows websites to collect the visitor’s personal information. This loophole happens in browser of the apple ” Fill in a form automatically ” (Auto-fill) The function, websites can thereby obtain and include personal information such as the address name, postbox address, residence, telephone number and work place, and users keep address book information on the computer,etc..
the apple acknowledges Safari browser has this loophole. This has further proved apple and rival are protecting the challenge that the FYI security is facing. Just last month, AT&T website exploded the safe loophole, caused 114,000iPad users’ E-mail address to be revealed. And a iPhone employs developers to invade the accounts of several iTunes users especially this month, and use its account balance to buy the applied malfeasance.
the apple issues a statement, really there is this loophole to acknowledge Safari, but not provided more information. “We attach great importance to security and personal secrets question, we find this loophole really exists, and already set about solving. ”
White cap security firm (WhiteHatSecurity) Cheif technology officer’s outstanding Ray’s rice inferior Grossman (JeremiahGrossman) Reveal this loophole at first. Grossman calls before disclosing this loophole, has already notified the relevant information of this loophole of apples in June. Grossman claim, receive automatic the intersection of reply and mail of apple only, have from apple to write back or inquire while being formal.
Grossman represents, it is very easy for the hacker to utilize this loophole. This means a lot of websites may utilize this loophole, steal personal information in watchful visitor from having at all.
Grossman claims, he is finding this loophole while doing relevant research at the network security conference held in Las Vegas for next week. Meanwhile, Grossman claims to disclose more security loopholes in Microsoft IE browser. Grossman estimates, the number of users of Safari is about 83 million people at present.
Though iPhone and iPad carry Safari browser, Grossman claims this loophole will not reveal iPhone and iPad user’s information.
Some websites advise users to close temporarily ” Fill in a form automatically ” The function, until the correlation problem is solved.
Gideon Rose's Interview with The Browser
Editor Gideon Rose sat down with The Browser to discuss government decision-making and his 5 best books on American foreign policy. Read the interview here.
China and the world on Friday (07/09/2012)
After two days working evening shifts, I finally managed to prepare a post about interesting reading. All stories from the Browser or my Twitter.
China boosts economy with £99bn infrastructure plan - the Guardian
Why The Latest Chinese Stimulus Could Actually Be A Game-Changer - Business Insider
China’s Economy Faces 9 Major Challenges - Business Insider
Chinese parents defrauded by ‘perfect’ education - the Guardian
Will Twitter’s Uncanny Luck Ever Run Out? - Pando Daily
The Making of a Syrian Rebel: The Saga of Abboud Barri - Time Magazine
How Bush Snared Blair - Vanity Fair
#the Czech Republic
Summary of Czech news - Radio Prague
There is more stories but it would be too much to digest.
Geoff Dyer recommends five genre defying / experimental historical books (links to both audio and transcript of interview) for The Browser:
And how did you yourself end up writing this uncategorisable non-fiction?
I guess when I left university I liked the idea of being a writer, and I thought then that being a writer really meant that you were a novelist. But if one of the impulses for being a novelist is wanting to be a storyteller, I never had any urge to tell stories. But I did have an urge to create criticism that was more creative, or that wasn’t just to one side of and several steps down in importance from the original stuff, fiction. And then I started encountering writers like John Berger and Roland Barthes, who actually made such a thing seem viable.
A very exact age is happy on birthday, Google Chrome
Today last year, Google Chrome browser emerged. During a very exact age, how does Chrome pass?
*It has developer’s edition 51 times, the staging of beta edition 21 times and stable edition 15 times
*Developer submit 20600 bug (have 4367 from recurrence among them, have 3505 solve) altogether
*It has 11 external contributors and bug editors person, 46 outside code contributors
*26 are rich and gentle that Google Chrome blog has been sent