Avast bought Inmite. Apple began public beta testing OS X Yosemite. The prices of SSDs have slow its decline. These are just some of the main messages of the past week.
Avast bought Inmite
One of the largest domestic developer studios focused on mobile applications, has this week moved under the wing of anti-virus giant Avast. Inmite team will take on the role inhouse developers of mobile solutions for Avast. Speculation about how crucial impact will this step for the entire market of Mobile Application with us. This, however, only time will tell.
Apple launched a public beta test OS X Yosemite
For the first time in the history of the Apple company, famous for its secretiveness and meticulous precision, decided to release its system for public beta testing. The new system would before putting his sharp should really be perfectly tuned. Recall that the final release is expected in autumn of this year.
The decline in prices of SSD has slow
Analysts from IHS company claims that the current trend striking decrease in prices of SSD technology will soon slow down. This has to be the current high demand at current prices. Another justification is the claim that more capacity will now focus on components for manufacturers of mobile devices and manufacture traditional SSD will stagnate
Corsair introduced a flash drive with SSD speed
Corsair, a leading manufacturer of flash drives and USB sticks, a revolutionary flash disk Flash Voyager GTX, which has exceptional data transfer speeds comparable to modern SSD drives, and up to 450 MB / s It also offers SMART technology a USB 3.0 interface.
Author: Jirka Dvořák