the Samsung Galaxy S4
The fourth generation release of Samsung’s popular Galaxy smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced in March 2013, with public availability expected in late April. Pricing for the Galaxy S4 will start at close to $600.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean mobile operating system in a profile that is slimmer and lighter than the previous Samsung Galaxy 3 III. One of the Galaxy S4’s many enhancements over previous generations of the Galaxy smartphone is the use of Gorilla Glass 3 for superior screen protection of a 5-inch, 1080p Super AMOLED panel that offers 441 pixels-per-inch (ppi) density.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is powered by a quad-core 1.9 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor (with an 8-core Exynos 5 processor available as an option) with 2GB of RAM, and provides 4G LTE support as well as NFC (near-field communication), Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac support.
- Apple iWatch
The Apple iWatch is a rumored smartwatch project that operates as a small “wearable computing” smartphone-type device that’s worn on a user’s wrist. Apple put the rumors of the iWatch to rest on September 9th, 2014, when it officially released the device under the name of Apple Watch instead of Apple iWatch. The iWatch is […]
- Project Hekaton
The codename for a Microsoft project that will provide support for mixing in-memory database tables with more traditional on-disk tables in the same database. These hybrid databases will be able to dynamically handle both in-memory and on-disk storage in the same database for optimal performance and reliability. Project Hekaton’s in-memory database technology will be featured […]
- a Hybrid Database
A relational database system that supports both in-memory and on-disk storage. Hybrid databases are typically deployed to retain the high performance and small database footprint advantages of in-memory databases while leveraging the durability and potential cost savings of on-disk databases.
- an In-Memory Database (IMDB)
A database that uses a system’s main memory for data storage rather than the disk-based storage typically utilized by traditional databases. In-memory databases, or IMDBs, are frequently employed in high-volume environments where response time is critical, as access times and database requests are typically considerably faster when system memory is used as opposed to disk […]
- CRM Software
In CRM (customer relationship management), CRM software is a category of enterprise software that covers a broad set of applications and software designed to help businesses manage customer data and customer interaction, access business information, automate sales, marketing and customer support and also manage employee, vendor and partner relationships. Today’s CRM Software CRM software is […]