When the Lenovo yoga 2 was launched only ten months ago it was deemed by many to be a good, but not entirely faultless machine. One of the greatest weaknesses was the low-resolution display and the slow SSD. Lenovo have now launched the Yoga 2 with the hope that the second generation Lenovo Yoga is now about to eliminate the criticisms. The new machine retains the ability to turn the device into a tablet on the fly, however, in many other respects it breaks new ground. Read More
Skype is very slowly taking over the world! Since the purchase by Ebay there seemed to be very little advance in the VOIP platform from its new owner until very recently when it seemed that the original VOIP system was at last stretching its legs and spreading onto as many platforms as it can get its hands on including your cell phone and now Intel’s Mobile Internet Device (MID). Skype can now be used on the following platforms: Most smartphones Nokia Internet Tablet devices (N800/N810) Sony Mylo 2 PlayStation Portable (PSP) A number of in-house phones 3 Skypephone Intel’s MID platform. The MID gadgets are currently only conceptual built as an example of what the Intel chips are capable of. The devices run MILP OS (Mobile Internet Linux Platform) as do many mobile phones now which allows for easy development and integration for phone’s software developers and for third-party software writers.