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Android N hat wie eingangs erwähnt noch keinen offiziellen Namen und auch keine Versionsnummer. Denkbar wären beispielsweise Android 6.1 oder 7.0. Zudem ist die aktuelle Preview eine an vielen Stellen noch unfertige Version, weshalb sie nicht einwandfrei läuft und Google auch ausdrücklich davon abrät, sie auf Produktivgeräten einzusetzen.
Was die Liste der mit der Android N Entwicklerversion kompatiblen Geräte betrifft, ist zu sagen, dass diese recht kurz ausfällt. Laut Googles Angaben werden die Smartphones Nexus 6, Nexus 5X und Nexus 6P, die Tablets Nexus 9 und Pixel C sowie die Set-Top-Box Nexus Player unterstützt.

Eine sehr bedeutende und für viele sicherlich höchst willkommene Neuerung, die Google zusammen mit Android N einführt, ist schließlich das offizielle Android Beta Programm, das wohl am besten mit Apples iOS/OS X Beta Programm oder Microsofts Windows Insider Programm zu vergleichen ist. Entwickler und jegliche interessierten Nutzer, die eine Android N Developer Preview testen wollen, haben dadurch eine neue, völlig unkomplizierte Option, dies zu tun.
Nach wie vor stellt Google zwar passende Factory Images der gerade aktuellsten Developer Preview für alle unterstützten Geräte zum Download bereit, die manuell vom Nutzer installiert werden müssen, viel einfacher ist es aber ab sofort, sich auf der neu eingerichteten Webseite des Android Beta Programmsanzumelden und ein geeignetes Gerät dort für den Empfang von Vorschauversionen zu registrieren. Ist dieser Schritt vollzogen, können die Android N Previews einfach als Over the Air (OTA) Update auf dem registrierten Smartphone, Tablet oder der Android TV Box heruntergeladen und installiert werden. Google verspricht zudem regelmäßige Beta-Aktualisierungen auf diesem Weg und sogar das OTA-Update auf die finale Android N Version soll möglich sein, sobald diese später in diesem Jahr verfügbar ist.

Wer eines seiner Geräte für das Beta-Programm angemeldet hat, aber mit einer Android N Developer Preview Schwierigkeiten bekommt, der soll laut Google auch wieder ganz einfach zu Android 6.0 Marshmallow zurückkehren können. Es reicht aus, das entsprechende Gerät auf der Webseite des Beta Programms abzumelden, und nach kurzer Zeit wird via OTA-Update die gerade aktuellste stabile Android-Version eingespielt. Nutzer sollten allerdings beachten, dass bei diesem letzten Schritt alle Daten auf dem Gerät gelöscht werden. Unter Umständen ist also das Erstellen eines vollständigen Backups ratsam.
Parallel zum neuesten Sammel-Update für alle Windows 10 PCs hat Microsoft auch eine wichtige Aktualisierung für Windows 10 Mobile mit der desselben Build-Nummer veröffentlicht. Build 10586.164 ist nicht nur für Teilnehmer am Windows Insider Programm im sogenannten Slow oder Release Preview Ring erhältlich, sondern kann auch von allen anderen Nutzern des neuesten Mobile OS von Microsoft heruntergeladen werden.

Für Windows Insider, die sich aktuell im Fast Ring befinden, sei an dieser Stelle angemerkt, dass Sie – zumindest auf bestimmten Geräten – bereits eine fortgeschrittenere Version von Windows 10 Mobile beziehen können, die dem sogenannten Redstone Entwicklungszweig entstammt. Wer aus dieser Nutzergruppe aber dennoch die Build 10586.164 ausprobieren möchte, muss laut Microsoft zwingend in den Slow oder Release Preview Ring wechseln beziehungsweise den Empfang von Insider Previews beenden.
Alle Besitzer eines Lumia 950, 950 XL, Lumia 550 oder Lumia 650, die nicht beim Insider Programm angemeldet sind, müssen außerdem berücksichtigen, dass die Build 10586.164 für Geräte ohne und solche mit Mobilfunkbetreiber-Branding unterschiedlich verteilt wird. Zunächst erhalten die Lumias ohne Branding das Update, danach erst die mit, was vermutlich in der nächsten Woche der Fall sein wird. Die einzige Möglichkeit auf einem Gerät mit Provider-Branding schneller an das Update zu kommen, ist, das Smartphone für den Empfang von Insider Builds anzumelden.
Nach diesen Erläuterungen zu den unterschiedlichen Möglichkeiten, Build 10586.164 von Windows 10 Mobile zu erhalten, können wir uns endlich dem wichtigsten Aspekt des Updates widmen, nämlich der Liste der Änderungen. Das offizielle Changelog nennt folgende

Aus der Liste stechen ein paar Neuerungen der Build 10586.164 besonders hervor. Für viele Nutzer wohl am wichtigsten dürften die Verbesserungen in den Bereichen Systemzuverlässigkeit, Akku-Management sowie Bluetooth- und WLAN-Konnektivität sein. Davon abgesehen hervorzuheben sind die Änderungen am Benachrichtigungssystem, durch die nun alle App-Benachrichtigungen sowie eingehende Textnachrichten korrekt angezeigt werden und gestellte Wecker auch zuverlässig zum vordefinierten Zeitpunkt klingeln sollen.
Angesichts der vielen relevanten Fixes könnte es gut sein, dass Windows 10 Mobile in seiner aktuellsten Iteration noch im März auch für erste ältere Lumia-Modelle bereitgestellt wird. Entsprechende Informationen hat zuletzt Venture Beat erhalten.
Microsoft hat schneller als erwartet werden konnte damit begonnen, ein weiteres kumulatives Update für alle Windows 10 PCs auszuliefern. Wie schon bei der letzten Aktualisierung dieser Art, die offiziell als KB3140743 bezeichnet wurde, werden auch diesmal keine neuen Features eingeführt, aber das Paket beinhaltet wieder diverse Fehlerkorrekturen und Verbesserungen. Somit kann erneut von einer sehr wichtigen Veröffentlichung gesprochen werden.
Nach dem erfolgreichen Abschluss des Aktualisierungsprozesses, der natürlich wie immer über Windows Update abgewickelt wird, meldet sich Windows 10 mit der neuen Build-Nummer 10586.164. Näher beschrieben wird das Sammel-Updates von Microsoft unter der Bezeichnung KB3140768 auf der Webseite Windows 10 Update History.
Wie bereits eingangs erwähnt sind im Aktualisierungspaket KB3140768 keine neuen Funktionen enthalten, aber Microsoft spricht von wichtigen Qualitäts- und Sicherheitsverbesserungen für das Desktop-Betriebssystem. Die wichtigsten Änderungen sind laut dem offiziellen Changelog:

- Fixed additional security issues with Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, USB storage driver, kernel mode drivers, .NET Framework, graphic fonts, OLE, secondary logon, PDF library, and Adobe Flash Player.
Das Windows-Entwicklerteam hat also beispielsweise daran gearbeitet, die Zuverlässigkeit von App-Installationen sowie die Geschwindigkeit von Update-Downloads und -Installationen zu verbessern. Des Weiteren wurde ein Problem behoben, das dazu führen konnte, dass von einem Windows 10 PC aus die Anmeldung auf einer XBox One nicht mehr möglich war, und es wurden auch einige Sicherheitslücken in den Browsern Edge und Internet Explorer 11 geschlossen. Anwender, die ein Asus Chromebook Flip besitzen und darauf Android-Apps nutzen möchten, müssen das Gerät zunächst mit der neuesten Entwicklerversion von Chrome OS aktualisieren. Bei dieser ist dann der Google Play Store auf dem Desktop zu finden, über den sich die bekannten Android-Applikationen und -Spiele installieren lassen.

Sony hat mit dem Xperia XA Ultra heute ein neues Mitglied der noch ganz jungen Xperia X Familie präsentiert. Bei der Neuvorstellung handelt es sich um ein sehr großes Smartphone mit 6 Zoll Display, Mittelklasse-Prozessor und fortschrittlicher Kamera-Hardware. Bis zuletzt geisterte das Gerät als Xperia C6 Ultra durch die Gerüchteküche.
Neben dem riesigen Touchscreen mit 6 Zoll Bildschirmdiagonale und Full HD Auflösung ist das Ausstattungshighlight des Xperia XA Ultra die Frontkamera mit 16 Megapixel Sensor und optischem Bildstabilisator (OIS), die bei Bedarf von einem LED-Blitz unterstützt wird. Damit sollen laut Sony selbst unter schwierigen Lichtverhältnissen hervorragende Selfies gelingen. Bei der rückseitigen Hauptkamera des Phablets verzichtet der Hersteller auf OIS, mit 21,5 Megapixel Sensor, Hybrid-Autofokus und 1/2.4 Zoll großen Pixeln soll sie aber dennoch hervorragende Ergebnisse erzielen und vor allem besonders schnell auslösen.

Angetrieben wird das Xperia XA Ultra von dem Mittelklasse-SoC MediaTek Helio P10 MT6755, dem ordentliche 3 Gigabyte RAM zur Seite stehen. Der interne Speicher ist mit 16 Gigabyte zwar für ein Kamera-Smartphone etwas knapp bemessen, kann aber bei Bedarf via microSD-Karte erweitert werden. Die Akkulaufzeit gibt Sony mit bis zu 2 Tagen bei leichter Nutzung an. Als Betriebssystem läuft die aktuelle Android-Version 6.0 (Marshmallow) auf dem LTE-fähigen Gerät.
Rein äußerlich betrachtet bietet das jüngste Mitglied der Xperia X Reihe ein Metallgehäuse im bekannten Omnibalance-Design, das in den Farben Gold, Schwarz und Weiß erhältlich sein wird. In einigen ausgewählten Märkten soll das ab Juli soweit sein. Unklar ist zunächst aber noch wie viel das Xperia XA Ultra dann kosten wird.

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With XenClient 5, which was code-named Thunder if you follow such things, all of the user profile data for XenClient instances and for hosted images in XenDesktop are shared, and you can even store personal data in a ShareFile repository or use the Citrix User Profile Manager to coordinate data exchange between the two virtualized environments. And now, you can bop back and forth between XenClient on your PC and a XenDesktop hosted image in a transparent fashion, with all of your apps and data coming with you.The use of Personal vDisk with XenClient allows for the hosted operating system image to be separated from the application layer, just as is currently possible with XenDesktop. What this means is that end users can install their own applications in a layer on the local image on the XenClient hypervisor and in the event that it is corrupted by malware, then XenDesktop admins can reach in and nuke that layer.The rest of the operating system image running in XenClient remains unaffected and secure, and all that end users have to do is reinstall their own apps. The underlying operating system image remains a gold one maintained by and secured by XenClient and XenDesktop working together.The management of data and profiles across XenClient and XenDesktop are now unified, but administration of the XenClient and XenDesktop images is still done through separate tools. Sao says that customers have not been clamoring for an integrated management tool, but it is something that Citrix is working on.

XenClient is a bare-metal hypervisor and it has been tested on 345 different PCs. Version 5.0 runs on the latest Haswell Core processors from Intel and has been certified to run on Windows Server 2012.Citrix says XenClient 5.0 supports higher resolution Windows 8 instances and instances that can drive multiple monitors. You can also deploy Windows 7-alike images using the Aero skinning feature of Windows 8 and XenClient won't get confused.There is a variant of XenClient, called XT and currently at the 3.1 release, that only installs on Intel vPro clients and makes use of hardware security features in the vPro platform – trusted execution being the main one – to provide an even more ruggedized hypervisor environment for a PC image to run on. The current XenClient 3.1 has been tweaked to support Intel's Ivy Bridge Core processors and will presumably be updated to Haswell chips soon.You can buy XenClient 5.0 as a standalone product if you want to. It costs $175 for the license plus $39 for the tech support contract. But XenClient is also bundled into the XenDesktop Enterprise stack, which is a Swiss army knife of desktop and app virtualization. XenDesktop Enterprise costs $225 per seat. You might as well spend the extra $9 and get everything.

WeWi Telecommunications has built what it claims is the world’s first “fully solar-powered laptop”, which it says never needs to be juiced up at the mains.The SOL, a solar-powered Ubuntu machine on the Canadian telco’s blog here, is billed as “the all-terrain, off-road, sport-utility laptop.”SOL is for when you need to be “digitally empowered on the top of a mountain or in the middle of the desert” according to the David-Attenborough-inspired promo video.The SOL is ruggedised laptop running Intel and the Ubuntu Linux distro. The device comes with different I/O slots, presumably so you customise to the max. You get eight to 10 hours battery life on solar power - or at least you can once the machine's three solar panels are deployed. It takes them just two hours to charge. You can read the full specs here.The machine comes pre-loaded with productivity and creativity tools. WeWi’s site doesn’t say what these are, but it’s likely LibreOffice that comes with Ubuntu. Price is expected at $300.

Despite what WeWi says, there have been solar-powered PCs before – there was the NC215 from Samsung albeit a netbook. But that was running Windows 7 Starter, and took two hours charging to producw one hour's runtime. This is certainly the first Ubuntu - if not first Linux - laptop powered by solar juice. Beg to differ? The comments are below. Apple has been granted a patent for a projector technology that uses a mash-up of laser and incandescent light sources, which the patent document says could be used not only in standalone projectors, but could also be scaled down to pico-projector size for use in a laptop, smartphone, or other handheld device.US Patent 8,502,926, Display system having coherent and incoherent light sources, was filed on September 30, 2009, and granted on Tuesday.This is not the only pico-projector patent that Apple has in the works at the US Patent and Trademark Office. In February 2010 it filed a patent application, Projected Display Shared Workspaces, which was published in August 2011. That filing, however, focused on how laptops, smartphones, and tablets could share image data and combine them into one display.

Tuesday's patent, however, concerns itself with the projector itself, and how laser and incandescent light sources operating in concert can be combined to project a single image.The patent notes that although laser-based projectors can provide better resolution than projectors with incandescent light sources, lasers have their disadvantages – greater power requirements, for one. Because of their greater power consumption requirements, the patent notes, laser based display systems also may include complicated cooling circuitry and thus result in more bulky projection equipment.Illustration of pico projector–equipped laptop in Apple's patent, 'Display system having coherent and incoherent light sources' Lasers also exhibit the so called 'speckle' problem, the patent asserts, referring to the fact that when coherent light strikes a rough surface, the image produced may appear grainy.And then there's the simple fact that lasers are more expensive than simple incandescent light sources. Accordingly, the patent reasons, display systems that embrace the desirable features of laser light sources while overcoming the undesirable features of non-laser light sources may be useful.Which is exactly what US Patent 8,502,926 does, in a variety of embodiments with varied wavelengths and intensities of the coherent and incoherent light sources, and with a variety of different control mechanisms.

Illustration of shared light-source projector schematic in Apple's patent, 'Display system having coherent and incoherent light sources' Lasers and incandescent light sources, working together in harmony While your humble Reg reporter may be unqualified to comment on the optics involved in the coherent-incoherent light interactions of Apple's newly granted patent, he feels compelled to point out that mobile devices equipped with pico projectors have suffered the same fate as 3D televisions – meaning loads of hype followed by dismal acceptance in the marketplace.As early as 2007, Texas Instruments demoed a pico projector intended for use in mobile devices. Taiwan's Computex was buzzing about pico projectors in 2009, and in 2010 LG stuck one in a smartphone and HP was said to be prepping a pico-projecting laptop. Needless to say, none of those products took the world by storm.Samsung demoed a pico projector–equipped phone dubbed the Show in 2009, launched the renamed Galaxy Beam in Singapore in 2010, and announced last February that it was bringing it to Western markets. A search for the Galaxy Beam on Samsung's website now returns merely the original press release, but no phone.

Cook & Co. may need a showstopper product – and soon – to bring a sparkle back into the eyes of the investment community, but we suggest that the solution to that challenge doesn't lie in Display system having coherent and incoherent light sources. Startup cloud company ProfitBricks has been lashed by a security researcher for some security screw-ups discovered after it revamped its prices to undercut Amazon Web Services.In a telephone call on Friday, ProfitBricks cofounder Andreas Gauger confirmed that the masterimage of one of his company's Linux images had been built on an internet-facing computer, and that the company was going to inspect all available OS images for any net nasties that may have crept in.The security howlers were highlighted by Kenneth White, who told The Register on Thursday that after hearing about ProfitBricks massive price reduction earlier in the week he began investigating the cloud, and stumbled on some serious problems.

White found that the 6.3 CentOS image had apparently been built on a public internet-facing computer.The fact that the equivalent of a trusted 'gold master' OS image was originally built on a public-facing box is unfathomable to me, White said via email. Imagine if you put a naked Windows XP/WIn 7 box on the internet and then ran Windows update, over the course of two days. Would you trust that build to hold your sensitive data?ProfitBricks has acknowledged the problem, and Gauger described it as a human error. ProfitBricks is putting measures in place to make sure it doesn't happen again, he said, stating that in the future we will enforce the security policy more.The company is inspecting all existing images, he said. We are going through all the images now and making sure they don't have any vulnerabilities. ... certainly we have now to go through all the images and take some time and make sure no vulnerabilities [are] in them. On Sunday, ProfitBricks confirmed in a blog post that the images were fine.

Upon further investigation, White also flagged a number of alarming (in)security measures in place on the cloud. Some of the perceived flaws include the fact ProfitBricks generates root passwords for each Linux instance and emails the password to the account owner, that there isn't a way to push public SSH keys and go password-less pre-boot, that there is no firewall in place on instances by default, and that to gain console access to the VM through the ProfitBricks GUI you need to install Java on your laptop.It's just madness to send passwords and to have everything enabled by default on the hostile web, White said.These policies jar with those present in the major clouds of Google and Amazon, for example, both of which have instances start in a secure non-listening state, with the admin opening up access manually.Both companies also use keys rather than passwords which is far, far more secure. This means Amazon never need create or send a password to an admin, and instead through the use of key pairs an instance can be secured with risk distributed across both Amazon and the admin.

On the other side here – for SSH, I think we can change this as soon as possible, Gauger said. We are working on a signup process anyway right now. I hope we can get this into this project.In the blog post on Sunday, ProfitBricks confirmed that moving to a private-public key pair is scheduled for a September 2013 release. However, the title of the post – ProfitBricks and Transparency – rather neatly leaves out any words likely to get a security-conscious admin to click, or indeed draw any kind of attention at all. CIO interview She might be CIO of IBM, but Jeanette Horan is just like you: replacing Windows XP with Windows 7, ripping out Internet Explorer 6 and floating a growing amount of software on the cloud.She also has to contend with staffers begging her for the ability to share information using third-party sync 'n' share apps like DropBox. Sound familiar?

OK, she's with tech behemoth IBM, so the scale is much bigger: Horan has shifted nearly half a million PCs off Microsoft's legacy OS and reckons up to three-quarters of the apps built by and for IBM - as opposed to product software - will be developed and tested on the cloud by the middle of next year.Horan has also done that browser migration differently: rather than swap out IE6 for a later version of Microsoft's browser – as most coming off Windows XP have done – she has forsaken Microsoft entirely, for Firefox.But there’s another important distinction to Horan's job.No, it’s not that Horan is a woman working in a male-dominated profession: as of January 2012, she has actually been working for another woman – Ginni Rommerty, the chief executive and president of IBM. Nor is it that she’s a Brit near the top of a US company. Horan crossed over to the US 30 years ago, joining her first company in Florida after graduating in mathematics from the University of London, ostensibly on a two-year sojourn.

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Abgerundet wid die Ausstattung der Samsung-Neuvorstellung von einer 8 Megapixel Hauptkamera auf der Rückseite mit LED-Blitzlicht, einer 4 Megapixel Frontkamera sowie einem Akku mit einer Kapazität von 7300 mAh.
Laut Herstellerangaben wird das Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) ab Juni 2016 hierzulande erhältlich sein. Der Preis für das WLAN-Modell soll dann bei 290 Euro, der für die LTE-Variante bei 350 Euro liegen.
In den vergangenen Monaten machten bereits diverser Gerüchte zur nächsten iPhone-Generation die Runde im Netz, die allesamt nahelegten, dass die kommenden Apple-Smartphones ihren Vorgängern zwar sehr ähnlich sehen, jedoch auch mit neuen, interessanten Innovationen aufwarten werden. Zu diesen könnte unter anderem ein Dual-Kamera-System und ein Smart Connector gehören. Nun hat allerdings die französische Webseite NowhereElse ein bislang nicht gekanntes 3D-Renderbild veröffentlicht, das dem vermeintlichen „iPhone 7“ eben diese Attribute abspricht. Das Gerät soll vielmehr exakt dieselben äußern Merkmale aufweisen wie das iPhone 6 oder iPhone 6s.

Die Gemeinsamkeiten zwischen dem abgebildeten „iPhone 7“ und dem aktuellen iPhone 6s beginnen laut dem NowhereElse zugespielten Bildmaterial bereits bei den Gehäuseabmessungen und enden bei der Geräteform an sich. Falls das Renderbild also authentisch ist, wird das später in diesem Jahr erwartete Gerät 138,30 Millimeter hoch und 67,12 Millimeter breit sein, keinen Smart Connector sowie kein Dual-Kamera-Modul besitzen und auch sonst fast genauso aussehen wie das 6 oder 6s – zumindest auf der Rückseite. Wie dick das Smartphone auf dem Bild sein soll, wird darauf leider nicht angegeben.
Abgesehen von diesen etwas ernüchternden Spekulationen lassen sich dann aber doch noch zwei möglicherweise sehr interessante Design-Änderungen auf dem Renderbild erkennen. Zum einen sind auf der Rückseite des abgebildeten Geräts keine Antennenstreifen zu finden, wie sie iPhone 6 und 6s unübersehbar aufweisen, zum anderen erscheint die Aussparung für das Kameramodul ein gutes Stück größer als bei den bekannten iPhones. Letzteres könnte bedeuten, dass die Kamera des „iPhone 7“ auch ohne Dual-Linsen-System ein deutliches Upgrade gegenüber aktuellen iPhone-Kameras darstellt.

Angenommen alle hier genannten Schlussfolgerungen sind korrekt und das Renderbild zeigt wirklich Apples Design für die kleinere 4,7 Zoll Ausführung der beiden kommenden iPhone-Topmodelle, so stellt sich abschließend noch eine wichtige Frage: Wird die größere 5,5 Zoll Variante wie in den vergangenen Jahren das grundsätzlich selbe Industriedesign und die mehr oder weniger selbe Feature-Liste bieten, oder aber ist es vielleicht so wie einige Berichte es bereits aussagten und das vermeintliche „iPhone 7 Plus“ beziehungsweise „iPhone 7 Pro“ wird in diesem Jahr einige signifikante Unterscheidungsmerkmale aufweisen? Zu diesen Merkmalen könnte beispielsweise das erwähnte Dual-Kamera-System gehören.
Diese Frage muss nun bis auf Weiteres unbeantwortet bleiben. Eventuell gibt es aber schon bald weitere Leaks, die mehr Klarheit in die Angelegenheit bringen können. Apple-CEO Tim Cook hatte in einem Fernsehinterview zuletzt jedenfalls großartige neue Innovationen für die iPhone-Familie angekündigt ohne dabei aber in irgendeiner Form ins Details zu gehen.

Nachdem bereits erste handfeste Infos zum Galaxy Note 6 vorliegen, und es im Jahr 2016 nicht verwundern würde, wenn Samsung von einem Flaggschiff-Smartphone mehr als eine Ausstattungsvariante präsentiert, klingt die folgende Meldung nicht einmal so abwegig: Der südkoreanische Elektronikriese soll zusätzlich zum Topmodell auch ein etwas abgespecktes „Galaxy Note 6 Lite“ entwickeln.
Den Angaben von SlashGear nach stammt dieses Gerücht aus dem chinesischen sozialen Netzwerk Weibo und die Echtheit der Angaben lässt sich im Moment in keiner Weise verifizieren. Es ist also bis auf Weiteres eine gehörige Portion Skepsis angebracht. - Vorausgesetzt Samsung arbeitet wie berichtet an der Lite-Version des Note 6, muss außerdem bedacht werden, dass dies allein noch keine Gewähr dafür ist, dass das Gerät schlussendlich auch wirklich offiziell angekündigt wird.
Ungeachtet dieser Unsicherheitsfaktoren hier aber nun die durchgesickerten Details: Das Note 6 Lite soll genau wie das nächste Note-Flaggschiff über ein 5,8 Zoll großes Display und dasselbe vom Galaxy S7 inspirierte Gehäuse-Design verfügen. Anderes als beim großen Bruder Note 6 soll das Display allerdings nur mit Full HD auflösen und die mysteriöse Ausstattungsvariante soll von einem Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 und 4 Gigabyte RAM angetrieben werden. Im Topmodell werden den Gerüchten nach sowohl der noch leistungsfähigere Snapdragon 823 Chipsatz als auch satte 6 Gigabyte RAM zum Einsatz kommen.

SlashGear merkt an, dass es nicht ganz nachvollziehbar ist, welche Strategie Samsung mit einem Note 6 Lite verfolgen beziehungsweise wie es ein solches Modell vernünftig vermarkten könnte. Am ehesten würde einleuchten, wenn die Lite-Version nur für einige ganz bestimmte Regionen gedacht wäre.
Wann Samsung das Galaxy Note 6 - und potentielle Ausstattungsvarianten von diesem - auf den Markt bringen wird, ist im Augenblick noch völlig offen. Falls sich die Südkoreaner aber grob an die Marschroute der vergangenen Jahre halten, dann sollte die offizielle Vorstellung irgendwann im Spätsommer erfolgen. Wir bleiben natürlich dran an diesem Thema.
Gut sechs Monate nach dem Marktstart des Surface Book und des Surface Pro 4 in den USA kursieren nun erste Hinweise auf deren Nachfolger, die allerdings mit einer gehörigen Portion Skepsis bewertet werden sollten. Die interessanteste Info aus den aktuellen Gerüchten ist vermutlich der prognostizierte Vorstellungstermin für die neuen Geräte. Einem Artikel von Vine Report nach soll Microsoft planen, die nächste Surface-Generation in der zweiten Jahreshälfte gegen Apples zur WWDC 2016 im Juni erwartete, neu entwickelte MacBook Pro Modelle antreten zu lassen. Hierzu sollen das vermeintliche Surface Book 2 und Surface Pro 5 unter anderem mit einem noch schärferen Display und einer neuen Prozessor-Generation aufwarten.

Leider kann Vine Report noch keine näheren Einzelheiten zu den beiden kommenden Microsoft-Produkten offenlegen, und der Artikel wirft auch sonst mehr Fragen auf als er tatsächlich beantworten kann. Nichtsdestotrotz wollen wir die Gerüchte aber niemanden vorenthalten. Glaubwürdig erscheint, dass Microsoft dem Surface Book 2 – und somit wohl auch dem Surface Pro 5 – ein abermals verbessertes Display mit einer höheren Auflösung spendieren könnte. Beim ersten Surface Book verbaut das Unternehmen beispielsweise ein Panel, das mit 3000 x 2000 Pixel auflöst. Ebenfalls stimmig klingt der prognostizierte Einsatz eines oder mehrerer USB Typ-C Ports um schnellere Datenübertragungsraten und zusätzliche Funktionen zu ermöglichen, sowie ein etwas verändertes Display-Scharnier für das Surface Book 2, welches dafür sorgen soll, dass beim Zusammenklappen des 2-in-1 nicht länger ein kleiner Spalt zwischen Display und Rumpf erkennbar ist.

Wenig aussagekräftig sind hingegen die Spekulationen zum Innenleben der neuen Surface-Geräte. Vine Report nach könnte sich Microsoft bereits dafür entschieden haben, nicht länger auf Intels Core-Prozessoren der 6. Generation (Skylake) zu setzen, und stattdessen auf deren Nachfolger mit dem Codenamen „Kaby Lake“ zu warten. Wenn diese Information zutreffend sind, darf mit einem Surface Book 2 respektive einem Surface Pro 5 aber wohl frühestens im Oktober oder November 2016 gerechnet werden; Monate also nach dem wahrscheinlichen Marktstart der neuen MacBook Pro Generation. Sollte Intel gar noch etwas mehr Zeit für den Anlauf der Massenproduktion von Kaby Lake benötigen könnte es sogar Anfang 2017 werden bis es die neue Surface-Line-up in den Handel schafft.
Wie bereits erwähnt, die Gerüchte über die nächsten Surface-Geräte von Microsoft zeichnen im Moment noch ein sehr unvollständiges und teils auch unstimmiges Bild. Vielleicht ändert sich das aber schon in den nächsten Wochen, da im Juni beispielsweise auch die Computermesse Computex 2016 in Taiwan ansteht. Wir werden natürlich über sämtliche Neuigkeiten zu dem Thema berichten.

Sony hat damit begonnen, in seinem eigenen Online-Shop Vorbestellungen für seine neue Smartphone-Reihe Xperia X zu akzeptieren. Interessenten können somit das Xperia X zu einer unverbindlichen Preisempfehlung von 599 Euro und das Xperia XA zu einer unverbindlichen Preisempfehlung von 299 Euro ordern. In beiden Fällen berechnet der Hersteller keine zusätzlichen Versandkosten. Die Auslieferung des Xperia X soll ab Ende Mai erfolgen, auf das Xperia XA werden Vorbesteller allerdings noch bis Ende Juni warten müssen.
Die Xperia X Reihe hatte Sony etwas überraschend im vergangenen Februar zum Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona angekündigt. Teil der Line-up ist neben dem Xperia X und dem Xperia XA eigentlich auch noch das Xperia X Performance, dieses wird es jedoch nicht auf offiziellen Wegen nach Deutschland schaffen – zumindest vorerst.

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In the quarter dissected this Thursday, AMD's net-income loss was $74m GAAP or $65m non-GAAP. In the first quarter of this year, those negative numbers were $146m and $94m, respectively. In the last quarter of 2012, they were $473m and $102m in the hole; the quarter before that, $157m and $150m below zero.In the quarter before that – the year-ago quarter from Thursday's report – the numbers weren't in negative territory, with GAAP net income being $37m and non-GAAP, $46m.It may be that Read and Kumar are right, and that AMD will turn a profit when it announces the results for the current quarter on October 17. Don't expect huge numbers, but after the past four quarters, any number without a minus sign in front of it would be welcome.From what the two execs reported, AMD has reason to be optimistic, despite the PC sales stagnation that is bedeviling companies from Intel to Dell to Microsoft. In fact, Read said, consumer reluctance to plop down big bucks for a desktop or laptop may be helping AMD. Clearly the market is moving down into the entry and mainstream price points where we've played very well, he said, and I think this is a very good opportunity for us to continue to build share.

AMD's general manager of global business units Lisa Su, also on the call, agreed with her boss. We have typically been stronger in those lower price points, let's call it the $300 to $600 system range, she said, and we have seen strength in that area. So overall I would say that our mix has shifted a little bit to the lower end, and I think that's typical of the market.That's likely the case, but as Read noted, the PC market is not where the bulk of AMD's growth will come from – even considering that the company has design wins for its Kabini APU in laptops from such manufacturers as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung. Rather, it will be in the new markets into which AMD is moving: what he refers to as semi-custom SoCs for such markets as game consoles, industrial use, and even casino gambling.We are on target to generate 20 per cent of our revenue outside of the traditional PC space to semi-custom and embedded products by Q4 2013, Read said.

Those semi-custom chips are key to AMD's attempt to move into higher-growth markets. The plan is to use existing and future company CPU, GPU, and APU designs in chips that are configured for specific customers and baked in the fabs of AMD's foundry partners TSMC and GlobalFoundries – although Kumar could not be drawn out on which foundry is manufacturing the chips for AMD customers such as Microsoft for the Xbox, Sony for the PlayStation 4, and Nintendo for the Wii U.Over the next two or three years, Read said, AMD aims to transform itself into a company that derives 40 to 50 per cent of its revenue from what he characterized as high-growth markets outside the x86 PC and server markets, including semi-custom SoCs, ARM-based server chips, professional graphics, and chips for ultra–low power devices such as tablets and embedded applications.Remember, Read said, we're executing a three-step turnaround strategy. We did the reset and the restructure – we've completed that. Now we're in the beginning of the turn and the acceleration as we execute the product plan and the move. Next up will be the transition to that 40 to 50 per cent high-growth market mix.

According to Read, AMD is currently three or four quarters into its turnaround, and the strategy is right on track. That optimism is, of course, exactly what a CEO should exhibit when talking with reporters and analysts after announcing financial results that may have beaten Wall Street expectations but still included a net income loss of $29m GAAP and $20m non-GAAP.If the GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) versus non-GAAP distinction leaves you shaking your head, you're not alone. One simple way of explaining the difference – and one that a true-blue bean counter will likely find overly simplistic – is that GAAP numbers, which take into account various and sundry one-time or short-term write-offs, payments, restructuring costs, and the like, reflect a company's situation, while non-GAAP numbers, which often ignore them, measure a company's performance in its core business activities.

A company can perform quite well in one quarter, but if it's bleeding torrents of money from a multitude of wounds, the GAAP numbers will reflect that danger. On the other hand, a company that's chugging along quite fine in its core business but has a big ol' one-time mistake to write off will look like GAAP crap, and so the non-GAAP numbers can be a better indication of its health – and its future, which is what the Wall Street moneymen want to know.Sick of the number of reported phone thefts in their jurisdictions, lawmakers have decided to hold a contest to discover how easy it is to crack stolen smartphones for resale.New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman and San Francisco district attorney George Gascón have hired Northern California Regional Intelligence Center staff to try to crack the activation lock on an iPhone 5 and a Samsung Galaxy S 4 that was running $29.95 per year Lojack software.

Finding technical solutions that will remove the economic value of stolen smartphones is critical to ending the national epidemic of violent street crimes commonly known as 'Apple Picking', said the pair.While we are appreciative of the efforts made by Apple and Samsung to improve security of the devices they sell, we are not going to take them at their word, they said. Today we will assess the solutions they are proposing and see if they stand up to the tactics commonly employed by thieves.The testing will involve breaking into the handset and disabling any features that would allow the owner to track the phone. Once these have been broken, the device can usually be wiped, reset, and sold on.Thieves are getting increasingly savvy about getting around these smartphone tracking features, and police report that taking electronic tracking into account is all part of the criminal business these days.Certainly smartphone theft is increasingly common, with the FCC reporting that one in three robberies in major cities now involve the theft of such devices. We're carrying something with the price of a laptop computer in our pockets, and thieves follow the money.

Last month the two lawmakers launched the Secure our Smartphones Initiative (SOS – predictably) to push mobile phone makers into installing a kill switch into their code that would allow the device to be rendered useless in the event of a loss or theft.Together, we are working to ensure that the industry imbeds persistent technology that is effective, ubiquitous and free to consumers in every smartphone introduced to the market by next year, they said.Nevertheless, El Reg has to take issue with the math behind some of the lawmaker's claims. According to their statement roughly 113 smartphones are stolen or stolen every minute in the US. That's 162,720 per day, or 59.3 million per year.Smartphone usage rates are high in the US, but not that high. Taking out those too young, poor, or uninterested in owning such a device, then that roughly sounds somewhat overstated.

Google reported hefty earnings of $14.11bn on Monday for the second quarter of its fiscal year, up 19 per cent on the same quarter a year ago.The growth was even ahead of last quarter's $13.97bn, though that had been down on Q4 2012's $14.42bn and Q3's $14.10bn.Net income was $3.23bn, down slightly on quarter one's $3.35bn, but up on the $2.79bn reported in the second quarter of 2012. Non-GAAP earnings per share was $9.56, compared with $10.16 in the second quarter of 2012.The results came in significantly below analyst estimates of $10.17 earnings per share, and $14.42bn in revenue.Ad revenues climbed slightly to $8.87bn, from $8.64bn in the previous quarter, and represented 68 percent of Google's revenues – up from 67 per cent previously.

Paid clicks increased by 4 per cent on the previous quarter, and 23 per cent over Q2 2012.But the slide in value of actual clicks – Google's core business – continued, with cost-per-clicks falling 2 per cent on the previous quarter, which was in itself down 4 per cent on Q4 2012, and 6 per cent on the same quarter a year ago.The fall in cost-per-clicks is most likely due to the proliferation of mobile devices and a shift in browsing habits as people spend less time on desktops and more time browsing from devices on the go, where they are thought to be less keen to click on ads.Given Google's fostering of Android we're sure that some nights in Mountain View executives are a little confused as to how they let this particular genie out of the bottle.Traffic-acquisition costs increased to $3.01bn from 2.96bn the previous quarter, but held steady at 25 per cent of overall revenues.Other revenues – which pulls in revenues from things like the Google Play store, Chromebooks, and Google Apps for Enterprise – can be considered an indicator of performance for Google's strategically important non-search products, remained flat at $1.05bn, or around 8 per cent of Google's revenues.

Now more than half of the fortune 500 companies use a paid enterprise product from Google - this means we've got close long-term relationships with our customers, Nikesh Arora, Google's chief business officer, said.The rot remains at Motorola Mobile, with the division reporting revenues of $998m or 7 per cent of consolidated revenues, compared to $1.05bn in the previous quarter, and $1.51bn in the quarter before that.Capital expenditures – data centers, IT equipment, and offices – jumped as well to $1.6bn, compared to $1.2bn for the previous quarter.Google had a great quarter, Larry Page said on a call discussing the earnings. We live in a world of abundant computing. It is a very different environment from when Google started, there was one OS in one device category, the PC.

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Of course, most folk don’t usually go clicking on the battery icon in the menu bar to check on the ‘time remaining’ readout, they just glance at the percentage score next to the icon. This I found to count down noticeably much more slowly than I’m used to. Again, this is purely a perceptual point, not a scientific measure, but it’s reassuring that, in use, you will know that the Air is going to give you more run time than you’re accustomed to.But you can’t entirely rely on the percentage. OS X’s own System Information app showed I had 6908mAh left out of 7252mAh, which is 95 per cent in my book, not the 100 per cent the icon was showing. That’s some egregious rounding up on Apple’s part.Windows 8.1 previews aside, if you really need your Intel Haswell MacBook Air to run as a PC, Apple delivers the means to do it without having to rely on virtualisation. That said, the partitioning process does take a significant chunk out of this base model’s 128GB SSD. Sure you can offload some files to the SD card slot, but if your Air is to become your digital hub, it’s going to feel congested pretty quickly.

When I last reviewed a 13in MacBook Air a couple of years ago, I sorely missed having an illuminated keyboard, which I’m glad to see graces this model. Maybe that explains the 30g increase in weight, as very little has changed from the outside. OK, so the DisplayPort socket is now a Thunderbolt interface, there’s USB 3.0 on board and you’ve got a fancy noise-cancelling mic array on the side.The Apple blurb says the two mics used “create an adaptive audio beam”. The idea is to cut the amount of background noise when one is recording a podcast or using voice-chat from the internal mics.Microphone array beam-forming is the audio variant of filtering techniques used in a variety of applications including radio, sonar and Wi-Fi. It’s not exactly new and having a known mic array allows for phase shift calculations to work out directional characteristics enabling background noise to be subdued.

The more mics you have with a known geometry, the better it is at homing in on the person speaking. No doubt Apple’s thinking is the user will only be a few feet away from their precious Air and so two mics will suffice. Moreover, having the mics on the side effectively staggers their positioning from the user sitting face on to the screen, so time delays are deliberately introduced. Whether this means left-handed mouse users will have a harder time making themselves understood on Skype as they click away merrily, remains to seen or, more to the point, heard.As for musos, you could usually get away with using the internal mic on a MacBook to record some ideas, however, this new array of two mics introduced quite a bit of phasing when tested capturing acoustic guitar. This might sound inventive, but it isn't particularly desirable. Still, there is a cure: simply deactivate 'Use ambient noise reduction' in the Sound control panel. Oh, and if you're wondering, none of this is stereo either, despite showing up as two channels. This is no surprise really though, as the two mics are effectively summed as part of the beam-forming technique.

I travelled to IFA in Berlin with last year’s MacBook Air 13in, where its lightweight, battery life and overall niftiness really showed its worth compared to the bulk of the battered - I’m not too fussed if I lose it - 15in MacBook Pro I’d usually take. Yet this time round, the wow factor just didn’t really happen when using the new MacBook Air. It’s still very nifty, but the ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it design feels rather unimaginative now. The display resolution is 1440 x 900 and seeing those large borders around the screen seems like a waste of potential viewing real-estate.Could Apple shrink the Air and keep the screen size or notch it up an inch or more? A full HD Air, anyone? There’s probably a good reason for this ongoing big borders arrangement – rigidity, antennas and suchlike – but I think it’s time for Apple to show some design innovation again rather than simply adding the 802.11ac Wi-Fi and tweaking the latest Intel chippery.

How is the battery life extension achieved? It’s all down to Intel’s Haswell processor and how Apple has implemented it. Gone, for instance, is the old Computer Sleep time slider in OS X’s Energy Saver control panel. The System Information app shows that the Air’s system sleep time has been pre-set to just one minute. This doesn’t mean your machine will go into hibernation after that period, rather that’s when it tells Haswell to doze off.This is essentially transparent to the user. Looking at the machine, with its display still active, you’d never know; start clicking on anything and the CPU wakes up. If there’s any lag while it does so, it’s not detectable by a human being: your typing, say, is there as soon as you hit the keys. Pause to reflect on what you’ve just written, however, and after a minute, back to sleep goes Haswell.Slap down the Air’s lid and, with no UI interaction to worry about, the Air can turn off the display. Opening the computer up again and it’s immediately ready for interaction, thanks to Haswell’s speedy wake-up procedure and Apple’s use of the low-level Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus to hook up the keyboard and trackpad, a trick borrowed from the embedded world.

Waking up the Air isn’t always such an immediate process, however. Leave it overnight, say, and when you lift the lid this time there’s a noticeable but brief pause - maybe a second or two - before it’s ready for input. Clearly, the Air’s usage monitor decides that, after a certain time, the user isn’t likely to lift the lid any time soon so it can risk dropping into a deeper sleep state, preserving battery charge at the cost of that short pause when the machine is awoken.Last year, I had a short conversation with The Economist’s Tom Standage about Air battery drain when the lid was closed. He thought it wasn’t excessive; I thought it was. Better, I suggested, to turn the thing off, since it couldn’t be relied upon not to lose a good chunk of charge when sleeping. I’m glad to say that’s no longer the case. I haven’t powered down the Air for some time now because I’m not seeing big percentage drops in charge when I open it up again.

It has only taken seven years, but I can now trust an Intel-powered Apple laptop not to deplete its battery during sleep as much as I could its PowerPC-based portables.Touch wood, I can trust the Wi-Fi too. During testing I didn’t experience any of the Wi-Fi woes that some owners of the 2013 Air have complained about. I connected to two Apple access points: past-generation AirPort Express and Extreme units, both 802.11n but behind the curve. I’ve also connected to a phone hotspot, to El Reg’s ageing 802.11g office base-station, and to the 5GHz radio in a Virgin Superhub 2, again without unexpected disconnections requiring the wireless sub-system to be restarted.What I haven’t been able to do yet, alas, is test the machine with an 802.11ac base-station.The new Air sports an SSD - 256GB here, but 128GB and 512GB options are available too - connected through a pair of PCI Express 2.0 lanes rather than the old SATA bus for faster transfers. So that’s 1GB/s in each direction, 2GB/s overall, compared to 600MB/s for SATA 3.0. It’s an approach that’s nonetheless still part of the SATA spec, where it’s called SATA Express - aka SATA 3.2.

The upshot is a plenty of bandwidth for the SSD to stretch its legs. I duplicated a 55.6GB folder containing about 9,000 MP3 files and it took 2 minutes 47.87 seconds - 2.47Gb/s or 315.89MB/s, and that’s with the OS X file copy error checking and protocol overhead. It felt fast. For comparison, copying the same folder to a 5,400RPM drive via USB 3.0 took eight minutes 54 seconds; a USB 2.0 transfer took almost 28 minutes. With the previous generation of Air, the same copy procedure would have taken around six minutes.SATA overseers SATA-IO has a proposed connector for SATA Express drives, called M.2. Judging from photos, Apple hasn’t used it, choosing instead one of its own, so don’t expect handy third-party SSD upgrades in the near future, at least until suppliers have had a chance to reverse engineer or license the Apple connector. Likewise slots into which the old drive can be hooked up and then linked to USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt.If you’re in the market for a slimline laptop, the new Air is worth consideration. Thanks to Intel’s Haswell chip it’s fast and it offers a very impressive battery life. The solid-state storage is nippy too, and it has 802.11ac Wi-Fi for a degree of connectivity future proofing. The casing is slim yet resilient.

The other side of the coin shows a relatively low storage capacity - we’re still a long way from a cost-effective 1TB SSD - plus a sub-standard screen resolution, limited room for expansion and no room at all for component upgrades, and a degree of portability that was once cutting edge but now being eclipsed by Apple’s rivals, most notably Sony and its 13-inch Vaio Pro. The Sony has a Full HD screen too, though is no more generous with ports.For Mac fans, especially those with MacBook Airs or Pros of a few years’ vintage, the new Air will be a welcome upgrade - assuming their needs are not still being satisfied by their old machines. For other folk, the factors that made the Air a compelling recommendation a couple of years ago have largely been eroded to nothing by the competition.Ultrabook sceptics will naturally point to cheaper, more powerful alternatives, but even buyers who really do value portability and don’t mind paying for it will see that the Air is by no means their only option.

The new Air is a nice machine, but it offers nothing you can’t get now, or get soon, from Haswell-powered Ultrabooks: decent performance and a long battery life. SATA Express and 802.11ac are both standards World+Dog will soon implement. In short, choosing a skinny laptop is now simply a matter of whether you want Mac OS X or not. Not only are Google's Chromebooks a success, but they are now the fastest-growing segment of the PC industry, according to market research firm NPD Group.While we were skeptical initially, I think Chromebooks definitely have found a niche in the marketplace, NPD analyst Stephen Baker told Bloomberg.Baker says that in the past eight months, Google's browser-based devices have managed to capture 20 to 25 per cent of the US market for laptops that cost less than $300. This, amid an industry-wide downturn that has IDC analysts predicting a 7.8 per cent decline in overall PC sales in 2013.

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