The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy:

May, 2012


May 29, 2012  1:18 PM

LG 5″ Display with 1080p resolution

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That's amazing, yet we know its going to get even better... At a resolution of 1920 x 1080 LG will be bringing the first true HD display to the market. 440ppi (pixels per inch), that's 113 pixels per inch denser than the iPhone 4. With the 16-by-9 aspect ratio, the panel is also 0.5 inches...

May 27, 2012  1:53 PM

Asus Transformer Pad : Australia Shipping Update

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Apparently Asus' Facebook page states that Australians will have to wait till July get their hands on a Transformer Pad Infinity, or the Asus Padfone. For more information check out the previous posts or join the Facebook Fan page


May 26, 2012  7:05 PM

Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

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Engadget got their hands on a Samsung Galaxy S3 and did one heck of a review on it... There are pictures, videos, and comparison charts. Here is an excerpt of the final words.

The best thing about the Galaxy S III? That it's more than the sum of its parts. Individually, the slightly...


May 23, 2012  1:03 PM

VMware Octopus : Corporate Remote Storage

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What would you say if you could have your own remote file system? Think Dropbox, or Skydrive, but from your own datacenter or home... The Post-PC Era Is Here

  • Enable secure, anywhere access to files from any device. Users can share and collaborate on their files with anyone inside or...


May 22, 2012  1:10 AM

ReRam – The Flash Successor

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Resistive Ram is 100 times faster, uses less power, lasts longer, and can be used in transparent material...

So essentially they can make any device, and add storage capacity to it, even as they said above, mobile device screens... this would basically destroy the memory barrier of...


May 21, 2012  4:00 PM

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity hits the FCC! Finally!

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So the WiFi only edition of the Transformer Pad Infinity has finally hit the FCC, once approved, which it will be, this tablet will be on its way to consumer hands... I believe this is one of the most hyped releases of a tablet since the iPad 2... let's hope Asus pulls through! Go


May 10, 2012  5:33 PM

Facebook – Your Digital Scrapbook…

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Here is an interesting article on Facebook and how its changing the way we are, and how we will be... now I wish my parents had Facebook... the pictures from my youth are locked up in a box somewhere... Facebook is forever and everywhere... here is an excerpt from GizmoCanada.com

You...


May 9, 2012  1:59 PM

Free : eBook Understanding Microsoft Virtualizatio Technologies

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GizmoCanada has pointed out a lovely little diamond in the rough for all you techies out there wanting to learn more about Microsoft Virtualization, all the way from the Desktop to the Datacenter... With 6 chapters and 466 pages, you are sure to gain plenty of knowledge on the subject. Go


May 8, 2012  3:58 AM

Smartphone Smackdown – HTC One X vs Samsung Galaxy S3

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It seems that now a days, smartphones and tablets are taking the market by storm, its no wonder you find so many blogs about them, it's because everyone seems to have one! The HTC One X is pitted against the soon to be release Samsung Galaxy S3. There is a great hands on video to...


May 4, 2012  1:37 AM

The Samsung Galaxy S3 …

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Update May 23rd : Released?! Samsung's Galaxy S3 Android smartphone will be released in the U.S. on June 1 through Amazon for $800, and it's available today in Dubai. Reports are coming in from Dubai that the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S3, known as the...


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