Following this weekend's release of iOS 6.1 Beta 5 to developers, Apple has just released iOS 6.1 to the public. The update includes new LTE carrier support and Siri-based movie ticket purchases via Fandango, as well as iTunes Match individual song downloading and a new reset button for advertising tracking.
Now waiting for Evad3ers team.
Starting on December 6, 2012, Google will no longer offer new accounts for the free edition of Google Apps. Google Apps free edition is sometimes referred to as "Standard Edition."
Read from: http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&topic=29190&ctx=topic&answer=2855120
First love never dies, that's happening to me. I love to hear music when I was teenager and yes that old 80s songs.
Thanks to Apple for opening iTunes Match in Indonesia, Apple now will match my music collection with their collections.
I know that it won't be perfect but it only cost you IDR 199,000 per year (cheaper than in US that will cost you USD 24.99).
I know that Apple runs some kind of algorithm to match my music collection, here take a look at my Rare80s collection.
Look they even have "Yamaha" by Humpe-Humpe, a song that was popular in the 80s and make into TOP40 in Prambors Rasisionia, while they are still broadcasting using AM in 666 KHz.
I also found a popular Dutch singer/actor/presenter Gerard Joling. He has charted numerous times both regionally and nationally, specifically in Asia and the Middle East in the late '80s and early '90s. And of course the complete classical album of Cyndi Lauper.
Thanks Apple for adding joy into my life, a good investment for my health and prevent me from slightly going mad.
Do you consider yourself an Apple fan-boy?
~Life is Random, Enjoy Uncertainty~
Apple finally launched the long-awaited iTunes Store in Indonesia on Tuesday (4 Dec 2012), after skipping the country when it rolled out its online store to several Asian countries last June.
Indonesia was one among 56 new countries in which the company introduced the iTunes Store, Apple wrote in a press release issued on its website. Other countries include India, Russia, South Africa and Turkey.
Besides songs, Apple also offers movies to purchase and download from the store. iTunes Store purchases required a valid credit card with a billing address in the country, the company said.
A song’s average price ranged from Rp 5,000 (52 US cents) to Rp 7,000, while that of an album was between Rp 45,000 and Rp 70,000. In addition, a high-definition movie, such as The Raid, will cost up to Rp 149,000 to download.
Apple Press Release: http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2012/12/04Apple-Launches-iTunes-Store-in-Russia-Turkey-India-South-Africa-52-Additional-Countries-Today.html
The best thing is Apple also make iTunes Match available for Indonesia, costing Rp 199,000 per year.
A feature that will match your iTunes library and store on the iCloud, DRM-Free 256KBps.
Direct download from Apple server:
MacOS X: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes11/041-1848.20121129.JoqqW/iTunes11.dmg
Windows 32 bit: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes11/041-1850.20121129.S2Ux2/iTunesSetup.exe
Windows 64 bit: http://appldnld.apple.com/iTunes11/041-1851.20121129.6Uhg7/iTunes64Setup.exe
Enjoy the new interface ...
RapidShare introduce new traffic policy starting 27 November 2012, placing a daily cap on outbound traffic, a move the company says will further deter piracy and copyright infringement on the service, while enabling RapidShare to increase its download speeds.
This new download cap, limits its free users will have a single-account limited of 1 GB per day, while paid, RapidPro users will have a 30 GB per day download limit.
Should I say goodbye to Rapidshare?
That's the reason I got this Windows 8 Tablet.
Well, without waiting my wife say anything, I better hurry get the special price during the launching. Rushed to Grand Indonesia and without long queue, I got it.
It comes with Windows 8 (not Professional edition) and a lot of crapware installed, from 64GB storage I only got 32GB of free space and that's does not includes Office 2013.
So many new devices from Apple events (23 Oct 2012), the main attraction is iPad Mini. Then they also introduce updated iPad 4th Generation with new lightning connector, faster processor. And we also have MacBook Pro 13" with retina display, New Mac Mini and the sexiest of all the new iMac with Fusion Drive.
So many acronym in the IT world.
So you are telling me that your company evolve to the modern age, now they allow you to use your own device hence we have BYOD (bring your own device).
It started nicely as it begins with just a couple of users using their own devices to access/store corporate information like email, documents, etc. Company is happy, they don't have to invest in asset for employee. But when the explosion of sales force and the employee are always mobile, the acronym start changing to BRING YOUR ORGANIZATION DOWN. The IT Department has a backlog of devices to support not to mention security.
IT start to left behind because of they have to make sure security was still in place, application is supported on multiple platform, etc etc. Now corporation start to think is BYOD still the answer for them? Well the answer is simple corporation should have EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) don't just focus on MDM (Mobile Device Management). SAP release SAP Mobile Platform after they acquired Sybase by bundling Sybase Unwired Platform and Afaria.
So what is COPE? COPE stands for Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled. It's just a flavor of BYOD but the company has more control on the device, but with some relax to the employee to install their own application, private contacts like relatives and friends.
Does the company has to have different set of technology to enable COPE?
What about a combination of both COPE and BYOD?
Read from http://www.sap.com/solutions/technology/enterprise-mobility/management-afaria.epx.
Life is random, enjoy uncertainty.