Friday, April 6, 2012

Awesome PC Games- Civilization5 - Mech Warrior - SkyRim - Halo 4 - Armada Online - The Gathering 2012


The Gathering Norway 2012 -Fastest Internet Speed Ever




TechWave by Fusion

In cooperation with Altibox, The Gathering set an awesome goal to have the universes fastest Internet access in 2012.


Last year’s world record was110Gbit/s, the Swedes at Dreamhack answered with 120 Gbit/s on their event.
“We have a long tradition of breaking records. With this internet access we write history again”, says head of information at The Gathering, Simon Eriksen Valvik.

“This year surpasses every previous record. This is just the reason we’re focusing on broadband trough fiber. It has nearly no limits and we know that we will be setting new records in the future too”, says Per-Andre Rykhus, vice president, marketing, sales & products, Altibox.

The Gathering in Norway is now sold out, but there are still tickets available with app for creative and pro gamer tickets still available. Unused tickets will also be put up for resale.

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6000 young people filled Hamar’s Viking Ship Hall for this year’s big event, “The Gathering 2012”. People come here for great competitions, lectures, seminars, work shops and social events. What an awesome idea to bring people and friends together that all love the same, technology, our web, pc games, communications, and our world today.



For those who don't know, The Gathering is a massive 5-day long gaming tournament held every year at Hamar, Norway. KANDU’s Chillout is a special section at the event which is intended as a way to get gamers away from their PCs for a while, so that they can join in on fun games, competitions or just to chill out.

'The Gathering' (TG) is the years biggest group event for young people that started in 1992 with 1.200 people at Skedsmo Hall, near Oslo. Now it's getting huge, More than 13km of cables have been rolled out and 7568 connecting points have been installed.
This five day event gets eveyone pumped, here everyone is so concentrated on data and pcs, they sleep very little apart from short naps. Hundreds of people fly from over sees to take part in this event.

The Gathering attracts growing interest, both nationally and internationally. TG is organized by the nonprofit organization KANDU (Kreativ Aktiv Norsk DataUngdom/Creative Active Norwegian Computer Youth).

Tagline Most of the years, The Gathering has had a tagline. The tagline has often reflected onto the logo and certain other materials.

2000: "The Gathering 1900 - Follow the Flow". Inspired by Millennium Bug
2001: "A Cyberspace Odyssey". Inspired by the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey"
2002: "The Gathering: Reloaded". Inspired by the movie "The Matrix Reloaded" and a reference to the endless reloading on PTN’s website, in search for a ticket
2004: "Rescue of Fractalus" Inspired by the Lucasfilm Games’ game Rescue on Fractalus!
2005: "We are the robots" inspired by Kraftwerk’s song "The robots"
2006: "The Darks Side of Pluto" inspired by NASA’s first probe to Pluto
2007: "Still Puzzled?" inspired by the famous fifteen puzzle
2008: "Optimus Prime" inspired by the numbers 16 and 17
2009: "Fire and Ice"
2010: "Submerged"
2011: "Partly cloudy", inspired by cloud computing.
2012: "At the End of the Universe"








Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Apple iPad and Best Apps 2016

TechWave by Fusion

The New Apple iPad 2016


Apple iPad with Retina Display MD513LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, White) 


4th Generation



Apple iPad with Retina Display MD513LL/A (16GB, Wi-Fi, White) 4th Generation


  • 9.7 Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution
  • Apple iOS 6; Dual-Core A6X Chip with Quad-Core Graphics
  • 5 MP iSight Camera; 1080p HD Video Recording
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n); 16 GB Capacity
  • Up to 10 Hours of Battery Life; 1.44 lbs
  • Product does not have holes in the back for a VESA mount. Customer will need to use a third party bracket mount.
                           

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Like a step to the future, these apps make anything possible.
Star Walk $5
If you look to the heavens at night Star Walk is for you. Star Walk is a great app for identifying and learning more about objects in the night sky. 
See the best ipad apps of 2012. Make web shopping a breeze with Amazon.







PushBI Mobile Business Intelligence
Mobile business intelligence helps business people manage their business from anywhere. 
PushBI Mobile is an intelligence tool that delivers key performance indicators directly your mobile phone. Whether you are across town or half way around the world you can monitor key business metrics that are available so you can make decisions faster and drive business performance.
$Free App










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Awesome ipad Apps 2016
GarageBand $5
With GarageBand 1.2, your music's better, Jam Sesson even lets four play and record remotely to make a song together.  Additionally, the latest version of GarageBand adds a new Smart Strings instrument, track merging, a broader variety of sharing option via iCloud song sync. With GarageBand 1.2, awesome gets kicked up!


iWork Suite Apps $16
Premiuim Documents to Go is an office suite app where you can create and edit word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation documents in standard Microsoft
(.doc, .docx, .ppt, .xls) formats for your iPad.

You can sync them with your computer via
Wi-Fi by using a simple program, either for the Mac or Windows. You can sync using cloud-based storage services such as

Dropbox, iDisk, and Google Docs. You can easily e-mail documents and share them to other iPhone and iPad apps.
(The standard version of Documents To Go only lets you view PowerPoint files, not edit and create them, and the cloud storage syncing capabilities are also limited to the Premium edition of the app.)



iMovie $5
The new app is a full-service viewing, editing, and sharing tool for both the iPad and the iPhone.With amazing interactivity you can make video editing more engaging. You get a better sense of assembling the movie using your hands as apossed to a mouse.
This update runs on iPad2, but not the original iPad, the iPhone 4, and fourth-generation iPod touch, giving millions of iOS device owners opportunity to a top-notch video editor. iMovie for iOS 1.2 may be the friendliest version.

iPhoto $5
iPhoto for iOS offers many great features for amateur and hobbyist photographers. The mobile version is not a professional program, it;s perfect for consumers who shoot photos and want simple editing tools to improve those photos. The app also appeals to users who want to organize their images into enticing collections and share photos, be it through prints, digital albums, or social media.
There are tools and controls for non-destructive cropping and straightening, fixing exposure and color, and for applying special effects. An Auto-Enhance button, just like the one in the desktop version, is a one-stop-shop. It also has maintenance tasks like flag, favorite, and hide photo.

Keynote $10
The simplicity of Apple’s presentation app show outstanding power. Not only can you present right from your iOS device, but it’s easy to create and edit your slideshows, complete with animations, multimedia, and transitions. Plus, iCloud keeps those files synced across all your iOS devices


Pages $10Apple-designed templates and easy to use formatting tools let you create letters, flyers, reports, invitations, and more. Pages is the most beautiful word processor you’ve ever seen on a mobile device. This powerful app has been exclusively designed for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Create, edit, and view documents wherever. Pages works with iCloud, so your documents stay up to                                                                         date on all your iOS devices


Numbers $10
Numbers is the most innovative spreadsheet app ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, it lets you make compelling spreadsheets in minutes with tables, charts, photos, and graphics using just your fingers.





Dropbox
Dropbox, a free Web service, lets you create a folder on your Mac that syncs automatically with whatever other computers you tell it to.
The free iPad app isn't beautiful, but it does afford you access to all the files and folders you store in your computer's Dropbox folder. You can upload your saved photos and videos to your Dropbox folder, or open saved files in compatible apps on your iPad--including word processing documents, PDFs, images, and MP3s.
$Free App













Navigon USA You'll never need another GPS unit. Navigon offers excellently rendered 3-D maps, text-to-speech for pronouncing street names, and all the other niceties you’d expect from a full-featured navigation system
$30












FlightTrack Pro Have a flight to catch? Picking up someone at the airport? FlightTrack Pro offers detailed information about flights, airports, and planes, giving you everything you need to know. You can even share flight details via email, text message, Twitter, or Facebook
$3









Pear Note Perfect for students, Pear Note records audio while you type, then syncs your document to the recording. Click on a word later and you can hear what was being said at that precise moment, letting you ensure the accuracy of your notes.
$5


Reeder for iPad $5
Available in both iPad and iPhone versions, Reeder offer very similar features. The iPad version has some better interface abilities due to the device’s increased screen space.
The app, which syncs via Google Reader is a wonderfull interface for reading the latest articles from your favorite Websites.
Tap on a headline, and the article slides into view. If the feed in question shows only a summary, Reeder's built-in Readability will show you the rest of the article conviently. Reeder quickly loads the rest of the article automatically. Tap and hold on links to bring up a sharing window; Reeder makes it easy to email links, save them to Instapaper and post them to various social networks, and more. You'll never want to catch up on your feed subscriptions with anything else.

Tweetbot $3
This app has interface and gesture support, making it not just a powerful app for reading and posting tweets and it's fun. Swipe to the right on a tweet to see the full conversation surrounding it; swipe to the left to see replies sent to it. Tap and hold--on a tweet, a hashtag, a username, or a link--to expose contextual options related to that element. With support for services like Tweet Marker for keeping you in sync with your device or desktop Twitter client, Instapaper, and more, it's a full-featured Twitter app that's a delight to use.

Flipboard $3
Takes content you're interested in and presents it in an impressive magazine-inspired layout. The free app connects to your Facebook, Twitter, and Google Reader feeds, and also offers a variety of curated feeds in various categories like politics, technology, and entertainment. Whether you're browsing stories from social networks or the curated feeds, Flipboard moves photos wherever, it's easy to swipe through story after story. The app offers easy ways to share interesting articles via Twitter, Facebook, and email, and to save them to Instapaper.


Air Video $3
Install Air Video on your iOS device, set up the simple Air Video Server on your Mac or Windows machine, and then stream any video you want over your Wi-Fi network. If the video isn’t iOS-compatible, Air Video will convert it for you.



PCalc Lite Calculator for iPad.
Though the iPhone's Calculator app works fine, such an app simply insn't on the iPad. This free app works on all iOS devices and looks great on iPad.
Beyond that, it has tons of functionality beyond simple arithmetic: a scientific calculator, unit conversions, constants, multiple undo and redo, and themes.
$10



Toontastic
If you have kids downloading a free copy of this app is an awesome idea. The app lets kids create their own cartoons, helping them through the process of picking out scenery and characters or designing their own, adding background music, and recording narration.
You can save and rewatch your kids creations, and optionally share them online, too. The app is adorably designed, and simple enough for a four-year-old.