Also in the new year we have for you an overview of news from the world of IT. We look at the news from area of Web browsers, reopened The Pirate Bay or unique minicomputer.
Welcome to the new year. Also this year we will bring you the most interesting news from the world of IT. We hope that you keep favor to us and we wish you that the new year 2015 bring more beautiful and relaxing moments than the previous year.
Microsoft doesn´t have to offer alternative browsers
Microsoft doesn´t already have to offer alternative web browsers after five years from verdict of the European Commission. This measures introduced by the European Commission following complaints from developers of the other browsers as a step in the fight againts the monopoly position of Microsoft. More information
Microsoft is preparing browser Spartan
We stay a little longer about Microsoft and its browsers. The information appeared that the Microsoft is preparing next to Internet Explorer also lite browser Spartan. This browser would be multi-platform and it offers an elegant alternative to MSIE. Whether Spartan appears in the new Windows 10 is for now only question, but everything indicates that it probably yes. More information
The Pirate Bay returns
After a forced dead plate caused by a massive intervention of security forces on torrent servers tracker The Pirate Bay is now returning after nearly a month break. This tracker belongs in the realm of public torrent trackers between the most popular and for legal and “less legal“ methods of exploitation. For now, however, after a forced break traffic to tracker minimal, but it is expected. We’ll see how quickly returns to its original condition. More information
GULEEK i8 – minicomputer with Windows 8.1
Forget about the notebook! GULEEK i8 is a minicomputer with own battery and operation system Windows 8.1, which looks like a smartphone thanks to its size. It is also equipped with two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI or micro SD. There is obviously jack for headset or micro USD for power. The connection is realized via WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and bluetooth 4.0. More information
Author: Jirka Dvořák