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Monday, July 28, 2008
Microsoft SQL Server (a relational database management system that uses Transact-SQL as its primary query language) with the latest version Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP2 is rumored to release its new version MS SQL Server 2008 Code Name Katmai at July 31, 2008.
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Monday, December 31, 2007
I am sorry to announce that this blog is temporarily discontinued due to start of a new project. Being busy with that project I will not be able to continue it for some time. Also there are possibilities it is merged with sister companies for better prospective.
This blog will be re-started INSHAHALLAH in mid of February 2008 with a new look and better SEO with WordPress blog management tools and more attractive content.
I am thankful to all regular readers that spend their precious time visiting this blog. I request you to stay tuned and do visit this URL in mid of February 2008.
You are also requested to comment on this post to express your ideas that you want to share for the new version that will be available in February 2008. Express your likes and dislikes of this blog so that we can make it better in the next version
Monday, December 17, 2007
According to current plans, Nvidia plans to introduce its Geforce 9 series high end part codenamed G100 around march 2008.
We don’t know many details, but we do know that the chip should end up faster than two G92 D8E dual PCB card which is scheduled for launch in late January.
It will be on time to launch with G96 which is a mainstream part.
Wateen finally launched its WI-FI broadband for home users on 16 December 2007.
This service was awaited so much with a lot of expectations. But the question is: is this what we waited for?
Wateen's web site has enough ajax to impress Pakistanis but still its pretty unclear about the services it provides. Most of stuff there is confusing! CEO is taking about about 'tadaaaa!' and 'wow' of his own company and a cluster of mixture of packages enough to confuse an average Pakistani reader. Plus there is written at end "All prices are exclusive of all taxes!". Come on Wateen guys, where are you standing? Why you want all people to call you? or visit you office? Why you have a website? is to display CEOs enthusiasm about its own company? ...Few pages are still under construction even after 4 months of delay.
Ok enough criticism. Coolest thing is "yeayyy we have WI-MAX in Pakistan!" and now we have one of the largest hotspot in the world-Thanks to Wateen :) ...And its as affordable as other Broadband Services
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Govind Singh demonstrates a very scary thing he did with vista! If its true then Vista's Security & Architecture can be easily busted!
He says in his blog
"Though VISTA claims to be the most secure operating system amongst the Microsoft OS family, still there are serious flaws which Compromise, Collapse & Bust down the Microsoft VISTA Security and Architecture."
Friday, December 7, 2007
Miguel de Icaza, Vice President of Developer Platforms at Novell, said this week the first release of "Moonlight" -- Novell's port of Microsoft's Flash-competitor Silverlight to Linux -- should be done in another six months. De Icaza provided an update on that status of Moonlight during this week's XML 2007 conference. Moonlight 1.0 (which will not include support for Mono, Novell's port of .Net to Linux -- not surprising given that Silverlight 1.0 doesn't support .Net, either) is due in six months. Moonlight 1.1, which does include Mono support, is application-programming-interface (API) complete now, and will be ready shortly thereafter. Moonlight 2.0, which will be based on Silverlight 2.0 (the product formerly known as Silverlight 1.1) will be out six...
Source: ZDNet Blogs
Apple is always had less-than-enthusiastic stance towards gaming, so the company's latest patent filing seems a bit out of character, seeing as it details a multitasking touchscreen that would allow games to be played while still controlling other applications like media players. The system works be categorizing touch inputs and routing the data to the appropriate application -- a simple tap might go to the game, while a longer press might be sent to the media player. According to Apple, "the invention allows various applications to be integrated and used on devices that are not readily suitable for supporting multiple applications at the same time." Of course, there's no word on when we might see this make its way into an actual product, but if this means we might see games on the iPod touch and iPhone, bring it on.