Our Download of the Day today is jetAudio 8.0.10 Basic.
JetAudio is integrated multimedia software made up of a single compact rack. Not only does it play various music and video files, it also has features such as CD burning, recording, and conversion to other file formats.
You can create your own Internet broadcast by using JetCast, provided with JetAudio, and you can play all major file formats, including WAV, MP3, MP3Pro, OGG, WMA, MPEG, AVI, WMV, MIDI, RM, and video and audio CD tracks.
Supports All Major File Formats
Audio CD burning
Tag Editing including multiple file tag editing
Multi-channel sound ouput
Media Center window with Device Manager
Internet CD Database
Convenient album management & Playlist
Audio CD Ripping
Various sound effects
Plus many more features!
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Engadget have a sexy pic of Samsung's Orion chip - a dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 CPU and a quad-core Mali 400 GPU on-board.
It was spotted at the ARM Technology Conference, running "Linaro" Linux middleware - as well as stock Android 2.2 - obviously at the moment it's early days, these are simple development boards, so they couldn't be shown off, or flexing their muscles through testing, etc.
There are 110 million Android users and counting - AVG is looking to jump on the anti-virus market by purchasing Android platform security company, DroidSecurity.
For years, people said devices like phones (and Apple products) would not be harmed by viruses - but just like anything that gets popular, there will always be ways to break through that nasty "NO" word and create a new market by unleashing viruses onto these types of products.
The latest happenings from around the web - November 12th, 2010
- ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme @ tbreak
- ECS A890GXM-A2 Motherboard @ Hardware Secrets
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Benchmarks - GeForce GTX 460 vs Radeon HD 6870 @ Legit Reviews
- ASUS GTX580 SLI Exclusive @ Overclock3D
- Gigabyte GTX 460 1GB Super Overclock @ Pureoverclock
- AMD desktop graphics roadmap analysis @ eTeknix
- 6970 guaranteed to beat GTX580, according to sources @ Kitguru
- AMD HD6970 update and performance indicators @ Kitguru
Qantas has unveiled their next-gen check-in service which involves micro chipped smartcards replacing boarding passes and RFID to track your bags.
The first airports to take advantage of this will be Sydney and Perth - with the latter having live trials since July. Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra will be enabled throughout the first half of 2012.
Was the Nexus S news not enough for Samsung news today? Nope.
Samsung is set to launch a flagship phone running the new Android Gingerbread OS early next year - February to be exact, which might be officially unveiled at MWC.
It has been a while since a hacking project has gotten people excited - with more and more companies clamping down on their hardware, the hacking "scene" has not been twiddling their thumbs.
Enter, hacked Microsoft Kinect.
When you've become an internet giant, having just one facility in the works just won't do anymore. While they still haven't finished building their first data center currently under construction in Oregon, Facebook has announced today they will be building a $450 million data center in Rutherford, North Carolina as well.
That's right, Facebook will be on both coasts. The North Carolina project is expected to take about 18 months to finish once it is started and will employ 35-45 workers. Facebook has even planned for expansion, with the release also noting that "additional construction phases may be possible in the future, depending on business needs." North Carolina is quickly becoming a tech haven for the U.S., with Apple's 1 billion dollar facility almost finished there as well as Google and IBM's data centers already at work.
A staff engineer at Google was being wined and dined by Facebook, Google in turn offering him an amazing $3.5 million in restricted stock by Google (which means Google is offering $3.5 million worth of stock at todays pricing, which could very well be worth much more than that in the future).
What did he do?