Earlier today Apple has finally announced the next generation Ipad. After months of speculation on whether what the new version will be called, Ipad 2s, Ipad 3, Ipad 4g, or Ipad HD, Apple debunked all these rumored names and officially labeled it simply as “The new Ipad”, yes you read that right, “The new Ipad”. It’s name is simple, yet if you ask Tech4idiots, it has an obnoxious and seemingly arrogant tone to it. Mainly because its mostly marketed for those obnoxious arrogant Hipsters.

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During the key-note I was really expecting Tim Cook to mention something about the Siri for the new Ipad, and eventually he did mentioned something about voice dictation but it was not Siri, and eventually it was confirmed that Siri will be absent for the new Ipad. The new retina display rumors were spot on and newer high definition camera for the Ipad is present. Aside from the unveiling of the new Ipad, Tim Cook has also announce the new Apple TV, which is now capable of 1080 Full HD video which is, with today’s modern LCDs a nice upgrade. Specs after the break.

Here are some of the specs for the new Ipad:

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Internet – How It Changes Our Lives

Posted on February 28, 2012
The Internet – How It Changes Our Lives

The internet is really a big part of every person’s life nowadays. I remember before, when I was in Junior High, internet is not a big thing. We have a very limited access and we can only get our free access thanks to the internet program of my friend he got from a prestigious university here. We were really satisfied and happy with the free 30 minutes free internet access we’re getting everyday. Read More

the Pirate bay screencap

Yes, you read that right, one of the most popular Torrent serving sites is going to stop serving Torrents (.torrent files) starting February 29 this year. But this does not mean that thepiratebay is going to shut down, they will be just using a different way of downloading torrents called Magnet links. But its also not to say that TPB will not be using torrents anymore because a Magnet link is just another way to download a torrent, it actually uses the torrent in the p2p swarm instead of on a centralized web server. And since almost all modern torrent downloaders such as Bittorrent and Utorrent are capable of downloading these files, they see that people would have no problem with the new changes.
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In light of the recent SOPA/ACTA protests and the seizure of popular file sharing websites like Megaupload. The internet Robin Hoods of today, known as “ANOYNYMOUS” has launched various attacks against US government run websites by hacking and shutting them all down. From these events we get to hear more about hacking and how do they actually do it, considering these are highly secured government owned websites. Here we have a nice short infographic about Hacking. Let looks at a peak at how do these guys actually do it.
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Apples to Apples – Infographic

Posted on January 10, 2012

If you search the word “Apple“on Google, chances are the results won’t be about the fruit that fell on Isaac Newton’s head. Thanks to the late Steve Jobs, the word Apple is not the fruit that if you eat one everyday, keeps the doctor away but rather now synonymous to beautiful trendy and cool gadgets and not the fruit. Apple is one of the world’s biggest tech companies, and here we have a very nice infographic illustrating how the Tech giant stacks up to America’s favorite fruit. So how does the company fare against the actual fruit? Read on. View Infographic

First of all, what the hell is a Millennial? From Wikipedia it is defined as:

“Generation Y, also known as the Millennial Generation (or Millennials), Generation Next, Net Generation, Echo Boomers, which describes the demographic cohort following Generation X”

If you ask Tech4idiots it’s the last generation where we still experienced the old ways and the old days and experienced the transition to our tech savvy society today. Our generation was the last who played on the streets while also transitioned and welcomed the new high tech and gadget savvy age that we are in today. Let’s take a look at this insightful and interesting Infographic about Millenials, or the generation Y. Well, of course, being the Best Generation ever, is a debatable title.

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Since it’s the start of the new year and it’s probably also a good time to start on making changes in your life/career or whatever. Here’s a nice Infographic title: The Truth about Facebook and Grades. It showcases a nice look as to how Facebook has changed our social lives and how it is affecting the study habits of students today. Does it have a good or bad impact? Read on!
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The days of waiting minutes at a time for internet pages to load so slowly that you almost hear the cogs whirring in your dial-up modem seem like ancient history. Today, advanced and server-heavy websites are loaded up in less than a second and, thanks to broadband, the user is able to stream several television stations live if they wish. With instant access to an ever-expanding realm of information, entertainment, media and art, people are spending more and more time on the internet. A recent study shows that the average teenager now spends over 31 hours a week surfing the web. Is there a problem and if so, where does it lie?

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Zynga Poker

A lot of online Poker players gunning it on the real-money market right now actually started out playing the game on Facebook via Zynga Poker. Due to that fact that the game is available internationally with players coming in and logging in from all over the world with different time zones, there are basically thousands of players online at anytime of the day and you’ll be sure to have a good number of opponents on the tables anytime you feel like playing the game. One can gain hundreds of millions of chips on Zynga poker but those chips wont be worth anything in real money. It’s safe to say that Poker’s immense popularity on mainstream media gain momentum from the popularity and the accessibility that playing Poker on Facebook offers.
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Infographic – Get more out of Google Search

Posted on November 25, 2011

Back in May 2011 I posted an article about the Different search operators for Google, Yahoo and Bing. The post became quite popular and has been mentioned in some websites too. Since Infographics is steadily becoming a favorite on the internet these days, and many are favoring it over long boring text, here we have a nice infographic about getting more out of your Google experience.

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