Android conquers televisions

At the press conference Lenovo key products and strategies were presented by CEO Yang Yuanquing.

One of the most surprising and interesting premieres is Lenovo SmartTV, the world’s first Android 4.0 TV. The device is equipped with an IPS LED backlit display (55 “or 42”) and can be operated via a smartphone or tablet. Eg by voice. A representative of the company presented this feature as an example of a movie search. After saying the word “ocean” Ocean), the device displayed a list of adequate video content.

With Android operating system, it is possible to install and use applications, as well as to use services available in the cloud.

According to Lenovo, the future of PCs is a versatile and extremely mobile computing. The most interesting product in this category is IdeaPad Yoga. It is super-thin (only 17mm) ultrabook with Windows 8. The computer has a 13.3 inch, multifunction display which, when disconnected, can be used as a tablet. In addition, the device is equipped with a standard feature set: gyroscope, accelerometer, GPS.

How to squeeze maximum from TV?

Battery strength is according to. Producer about 8 hours.…

An international swindle of scammers shattered

American law enforcement agencies have broken up an international gang of criminals scamming money. Business activity over the years could expose American citizens to losses of hundreds of millions of dollars.

Nowadays, it’s easy to fall prey to fraudsters who use increasingly sophisticated techniques to get us to give them money. Luckily, law enforcement agencies are successful at times in the fight against such scams and arrests of members of well organized criminal groups.

One such group was shattered at the end of last week. American services have arrested international gang members by accusing them of conspiracy to commit crimes, fraud and money laundering. 20 people were detained in the USA, while another few hundred in Mumbai.

Shamak was impersonating the treasurer and the immigration office. Its members telephoned to American citizens, demanding repayment on credit cards. If the victim refused, then she was threatened with detention, deportation or large fines. Fraudulent scenarios also included false loans and government grants.…