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.

3 Reasons to Sell Your Intel Stock

Although Intel (NASDAQ: INTC  ) stock may look cheap compared to theS&P 500, there’s good reason for the low price tag. Between a faltering PC market, anemic revenue growth, and profitability concerns, Intel investors have a lot of things to worry about. Together, these factors certainly beg the question: Should you sell your Intel stock today?

PC sales still top dog
As exciting as it is for Intel to develop cutting-edge technology that threatens ARM Holdings‘ mobile computing stronghold, the company remains deeply entrenched in the PC market. Intelreported its second-quarter earnings results last week, showing that more than 63% of the company’s revenue came from its PC client group segment. With worldwide PC shipments as bad as they’ve been, it’s not surprising that investor enthusiasm would be muted toward the company’s mobile computing ambitions. Simply put, it’s going to take a considerably large tail to wag this dog.

Anemic revenue growth
Without revenue growth, a company’s earnings growth potential is dampened because there’s only so far cost-cutting can take profitability to new heights. Intel lowered its full-year forecast, now expecting revenue to be flat year over year, which doesn’t bode well for profit growth. Analysts expect Intel to post a 12.2% decline in earnings this year and grow by 5.9% in full-year 2014, driven by a 3.9% increase in revenue. For the long-term investor, profitability growth remains a fundamental driver of shareholder returns. Will a 5.9% growth in earnings from a weak comparable be enough to drive Intel stock higher?

Falling prices
Assuming Intel is successful as it gears up to enter the ultra-mobile space with its upcomingBay Trail processor, it’ll likely have a negative impact on the company’s average processor selling price. In order for Bay Trail to gain market share against the ARM competition, I’m expecting its average selling price to be somewhere in neighborhood of Qualcomm‘s, which is about $22 — roughly one-fifth of Intel’s estimated average selling price of $107. Additionally, the mobile computing revolution continues to put negative pressure on the price of PCs, further compounding Intel’s average selling price pressures.

The hope is that any future decline in processor average selling price can be offset with an increase in unit volume, but that’s not guaranteed, nor does it mean total dollar profits will remain stable. Even if Bay Trail can maintain profit margins in line with the rest of Intel’s processors, a $22 or even $30 processor simply doesn’t have as much available profit as a $107 chip.

Ultimately, Intel’s profitability prospects will be driven by a number of variables, including how the overall PC market fares, if average selling prices decline due to consumers shifting to products like Bay Trail, and if Intel can make up any shortfalls with sufficient unit growth. It’s not exactly clear-cut.

No catalyst in sight
We may get a better sense of Intel’s future prospects during its investor meeting in November, but it likely won’t be until its 2014 earnings results that investors begin to get the scoop how these headwinds are actually influencing results. At that time, Intel’s Haswell and Bay Trail processors will have made their run, investors will know if the PC market has begun to stabilize, and we’ll know if ultra-mobile products are hurting Intel’s total profitability thanks to declining prices.

If you’re an Intel shareholder, the question you should ask yourself is if it’s worth waiting around for the clouds of uncertainty to potentially clear up. Being a longtime Intel stock owner myself, I’m seriously considering taking my own advice and selling my shares in the coming weeks. There are plenty of compelling opportunities where the path to long-term shareholder success is much clearer.

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.

Asus Perkenalkan PC AiO Portable P1081-T dengan Layar 18.4 Inci Full HD dan OS Android Jelly Bean 4.2

For those of you who feel a lack of tablet display offers a small, might be able to try a PC All-in-One portable. One is a new AiO PC introduced by Asus, the P1801-T.

Asus P1801-T This is a portable AiO PC that offers a giant 18.4-inch screen with a resolution of Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels). AiO PC can also be used should a tablet, it’s when a giant 18.4-inch screen is still regarded as a tablet. This is because there is a built-in battery in the back that can last for 5 hours to play Full HD video.

For operating systems that exist in it, was pinned Asus Android Jelly Bean OS 4.2. And of course, this portable AiO PC is also possible for you to download the app from the Play Store. In addition, there is also a quad-core processor Nvidia Tegra 3 which has a 12-core GPU.

AiO PC portable display also supports multitouch up to 10 points. LCDs use IPS on portable AiO PC is also allowed to have up to 178-degree viewing angle, both vertically and horizontally.

Unfortunately, the Asus is still not announced the prices they peg for this giant tablet. In any area where it is going to be visited by Asus P1801-T’s.

Latest Google Gadget Specification: New Nexus 7

San Francisco – Google officially released its new gadget, New Nexus 7, in the show “Breakfast with Sundar Pichai”, Thursday, July 25, 2013. Sundar Pichai is the Senior Vice President of Google Chrome fields, Android, and Apps.

New Nexus 7 is still holding Taiwanese manufacturer Asus. Body New Nexus 2 millimeters thinner than his brother. Glossy casing. In terms of audio, now Nexus has dual stereo. Also two camera, 1.2 megapixel front and 5-megapixel rear. The size of the screen resolution is also encouraged so 1,920 x 1,200. In the 7-inch screen, the resolution makes the display reaches 323 ppi density, up from 216 ppi on old Nexus.

Offal New Nexus 77 also pretty wild. Cipnya made by Qualcomm, Snapdragon Pro 1.5 Ghz, 2 GB RAM. To connect an HDMI dilengkai slimport, Bluetooth version 4.0, NFC, dual-band Wi-Fi, and LTE high-speed Internet connection (for certain countries).

The New Nexus battery contents can dicas with wireless charging. But the battery capacity shrinks when compared to the previous generation, reaching 4,325 mAh battery. While the New Nexus just 3,950 mAh. Also lighter weight 50 grams. Screen is also thinner bezel.

Although the battery is more stingy, Google promises this gadget is more efficient because the new operating system, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Some new things that exist on the Android series of which could be used by the multiuser customize profile, Bluetooth smart, easiertext input, and fast user switching.

One prominent updates on new Nexus series is powered by the Open GL ES 3.0 is very indulgent games enthusiasts. In fact, to complete it, Google also create categories in the application market: Google Play Games.

Android 4.3 will be available starting today. Devices that can instantly update the Android is the Nexus series; Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and the Galaxy Nexus. New Nexus will be available starting July 30, 2013 coming in a few countries. But Indonesia is not included. New Nexus 7 will be priced at U.S. $ 229 (16 GB + Wi-Fi), U.S. $ 269 (capacity 32 GB + Wi-Fi), and U.S. $ 349 (32GB + 4G).

Leap Motion Controller, Great Hardware in Search of Great Software

By now, we all know what the future will be like; movies and TV shows have described it in detail. We know about the flying cars (thank you, “Blade Runner”), holograms (thank you, “Star Trek”) and robot butlers (thank you, “Jetsons”).

The Leap Motion Controller is a solution in search of a problem: its hardware is simple, but it needs a killer app.

So when will we really get those technologies? Probably on the 11th of “Don’t hold your breath.”

There is, however, one exception. As of this week, you can buy your own little piece of “Minority Report” and “Iron Man”: controlling your computer by making hand motions in the air.

The Internet has been buzzing about the much-delayed Leap Motion Controller ($80) since its first public demonstrations over a year ago. Imagine controlling on-screen objects just by reaching into empty space, just like Tom Cruise! Imagine gesture recognition just like Microsoft’s Kinect game controller, but on a much smaller, more precise scale! Imagine the future, plugged into a USB jack on the Mac or Windows PC you own today!

The Leap Motion sensor is beautiful, tiny and self-contained. If Wrigley’s ever comes out with a Juicy Fruit Designer Pack, it might look like this: a sleek, glass-and-aluminum slab (1.2 by 3 by 0.5 inches), with nonskid rubber on the bottom. A single USB cable (both a long one and a short one come in the box) stretches away to your computer; a light comes on when it’s working.

(Please note that Leap Motion has nothing to do with Leap Pad, the children’s toy. That gadget is educational in a completely different way.)

If you have a desktop computer, you put the sensor between your screen and keyboard. If it’s a laptop, you park it on the desk just in front of the keyboard. Soon, Leap says, you’ll be able to buy a PC from H.P. or Asus that has the sensor built right in.You download the Leap software, and presto: a somewhat buggy tutorial instructs you to insert your hands into the space — an invisible two-foot cube — that’s monitored by the Leap’s cameras and infrared sensors.

This device is like the Kinect in that it recognizes body parts in space. But not only is the Leap far smaller and less expensive, it’s also far more precise. According to the company, it can detect the precise positions of all 10 of your fingers simultaneously, with a spatial accuracy to a 100th of a millimeter — 200 times as accurate as the Kinect.

And remember, the Leap adds gesture recognition not to your TV, but to your computer. A machine that can run millions of different programs for all different purposes. Games, sure, but also office work. Creative work. Communication. Entertainment. Surely this little wonder is a very big deal.

Unfortunately, it’s not. The Leap’s hardware may be simple, attractive and coherent — but its software is scattershot, inconsistent and frustrating.

The first crushing disappointment is that no software recognizes your hand motions unless it’s been specially written, or adapted, for use by the Leap.

There are 75 such apps already on the Leap’s app store, Airspace; some are free, some cost a few dollars. Not all work on both Mac and Windows.

Most are games. In the best of them, you control the action in 3-D space, just as with the Kinect but without having to stand up. For example, Boom Ball ($5) is the classic Breakout game, where you try to knock out bricks by bouncing a ball against them — but your paddle is attached to your finger in vertical space.

In Disney’s clever Sugar Rush ($2), a spin off from the “Wreck-It Ralph” movie, you bake yourself a racing car shaped like a wedge of cake, and then steer it by holding both sides of an invisible steering wheel. When you play Dropchord ($3), you hold two index fingers out in space; you’re defining a line between them that you use to slice dots and avoid X’s. Cut the Rope is here, too (free).

There are some interesting music-making programs, which makes sense, since hand motions are generally associated with playing instruments. Air Harp ($1) is just what it sounds like. Chordion Conductor is a sweet-sounding arpeggiator (generates music from chords you select).

A few simple educational apps are available, like Molecules (rotate molecules on the screen; free), Cyber Science 3D (pull apart a skull; free) and Frog Dissection (you guessed it; $4).

Open Source Webcam Software Lineup Published on SoftwareReviewBoffin.Com

Boffin, reputed software review website revealed today its top picks for webcam software, giving users a varied range of free programs to choose from, all informed by video quality, advanced features and overall improved user-experience. With technology improving at an accelerated speed, it’s only natural that users are expecting more and more from their live video streaming software. Boffin decided to compile a list of open source webcam software that meet all users’ requirements and expectations.

ManyCam is considered by the Boffin reviewers to be a top choice for users looking for easy to use tools. In fact, the Boffin reviewers have noted how the software boasts of smart, time-saving features making the software truly efficient and enjoyable. Its most impressive features include PNP (picture in picture) as well as its screencasting capacity, the Boffin reviewers emphasized. A wide range of audio and video enhancing features is also available for users choosing ManyCam, including audio effects, video effects and graphics as well as on-video doodling.

YawCam, short for Yet Another Webcam, is another program recommended by the Boffin team of editors. The reviewers picked YawCam for users who want to have video access to different locations to make sure they are safe. YawCam is capable of live video broadcasting and snapshot capturing all available through one’s android web browser. For Boffin, this webcam application is best suited for office and business owners wishing to monitor remote places reliably. YawCam, is a truly complete software as it provides a series of other must-have features including password-protection and media file conversion.

The Boffin reviewers also selected FWink for their lineup of efficient webcam software. This program is especially competent in snapshot capturing in a variety of popular formats. The users can personalize their webcam snapshots by enriching them with text message and other images. For those not requiring video calling support, this is a light and reliable solution.

WebcamXP is another webcam software recommended by Boffin. As with YawCam, this one allows for video surveillance for monitoring one’s office or business from the web. Apart from its full range of webcam features, WebCamXP offers extensive support for a variety of devices including USB webcams and IP cameras to name a few. The last webcam program selected by the Boffin editors is Simple Webcam Capture 1.3, which boasts of being able to lower CPU usage, making computers run smoothly and uninterruptedly.

Along with the open source webcam software lineup, the Boffin editors also issued a disclosure regarding their reviewing practices. They explained how software recommended on the Boffin website are thoroughly tested and assessed based on high quality standards to ensure the recommendations are accurate and representative. In addition, the Boffin reviewers regularly perform reevaluations of software to ensure all Boffin reviews are up to date and relevant.

Software Review Boffin reviews the latest technological products in demand on the market right now. They provide expert, honest and straightforward reviews so customers can objectively measure if a product, especially software is well worth it before making their purchase.

Provide Application Blackberry Pay Zakat

Jakarta (Reuters) – In the midst of the Muslims fasting Ramadan, Indonesian BlackBerry app launches pay the Zakat charity through the foundation for users of smart phones or smart phones.
“This may be an application of zakat (charity) is the first in the world in the BB World. Users can perform three types of payments that zakat religious endowments, Infaq, and Sadaqah,” said Managing Director BB Maspiyono Handoyo Indonesia in Jakarta, Friday night.
Applications can be downloaded on zakat homes BlackBerry World for free to all BB “Operating System” (OS), including 10 BB. The application is made by software developers (software) Indonesia PT Jaya Dihital Solutions, said Maspiyono accompanied by Head of Distribution Management and Ibn Rumah Zakat Cholidin infallible, software developers Alms Houses in BB.
Cholidin said, Rumah Zakat application will allow users to calculate the monthly zakat and provide complete information on activities, projects, and news from the zakat.
Features at Zakat House includes an easy interface to support user transactions, zakat calculator helps the user to determine the amount of funds that will be donated, the latest news about the activities of the Zakat House, related to the purchase of livestock Superqurban needs of Eid al-Adha, and Infaq Card support users make a donation for 100 years until after the death, clearly Cholidin.
But for the payment, users still have to do the transfer via ATM Bank. But in the future, will be developed through a transaction online payment system or by use BB Money, adds Ibn infallible, the developer of the software.
“With this app in BB, we would like to pay zakat into a lifestyle that gives peace and pleasure of living in the world. Such people using BB or other gadgets. Pay zakat is made easy,” said Cholidin.
Meanwhile Managing Director BB Maspiyono added, with this application, users not only get the benefits of BB ease in running businesses and organizations, but also the ease of paying zakat and “ticket” to heaven.
According Cholidin, existing donors who pay zakat through BB worth Rp172 billion from Rp400 million earned in a year Alms Houses.