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Chat apps ‘Nimbuzz Messenger’

  • Posted on May 22, 2017 at 2:58 am

Chat on Instant Messenger Applications Through One Application

Nimbuz is a place for you who have an account on a popular instant messenger applications. So by using Nimbuzz, you can chat on Yahoo Messenger account, Facebook Chat, or Google talk, through one application that is Nimbuzz.

d6-435-nimbuzzMetode it uses diverse, can through desktop applications that must be installed first, or can be directly through the browser by logging in using an account on the official website through Webchat feature. To check if the connection is using Nimbuzz goes well, provided a useful bot to respond to the chat that you do.

Nimbuzz also has the facility to call abroad at a cheaper cost than using regular telephone rates. You do this by purchasing credits through Nimbuzz! Out with the subscription fee is offered. Similarly, the video chat facility if you have a webcam or a camera that supports it. Share files such as audio, image, or video are also possible as most similar applications.

Nimbuzz Messenger comes complete various platforms, ranging from PC desktop to mobile. For the mobile platform is available on Android based operating systems, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Symbian and Java. Nimbuzz also features a comprehensive list of some brands of mobile phones that support this application. And users can perform a cross-platform chat so that you more easily in touch with relatives in cyberspace.

Software maker E2open plans more revenue, less BlackBerry

  • Posted on May 21, 2017 at 9:10 pm

Supply chain management software maker E2open Inc (EOPN.O) expects its revenue to hit $100 million for the first time next fiscal year, after replacing its dependence on BlackBerry Ltd (BB.TO) and PC makers with a host of new customers.

Chief Executive Mark Woodward said he expected E2open, which went public a year ago, to boost its sales in the 12 months to February 2015 after adding up to 20 new enterprise customers in the current fiscal year.

“We do $80 million (in revenue) this year and we grow 30 percent next year. That should get us there,” Woodward said in an interview, referring to the $100-million revenue target.

E2open, which makes cloud-based software designed to assist companies in managing their supply chains, has more than doubled its annual revenue in the five years since Woodward took charge. Revenue in the fiscal year to February 28, 2013, was $75 million.

The company’s shares have risen about 35 percent since they began trading on the Nasdaq on July 26 last year.

Three of the six analysts covering E2open have a “strong buy” rating on the stock. The other three rate it “buy”, according to Thomson Reuters data. The company has a market capitalization of $460 million.

With a customer base that includes Coca-Cola Co (KO.N), Unilever Plc (ULVR.L), IBM (IBM.N) and Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O), E2open has been diversifying to cut its dependence on any one large customer.

Last year, that customer was Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry (BBRY.O).

Woodward said he expected BlackBerry’s contribution to E2open’s revenue to fall to less than 3 percent in the current fiscal year from nearly 15 percent last year.

BlackBerry, which pioneered on-the-go email with its handsets and messaging systems, has slipped into tough times as it struggles to keep pace with nimbler rivals.

Woodward said BlackBerry’s quarterly shipments of about 7 million units were between a quarter and a third of the volume contracted when it became a customer of E2open four years ago.

“Their usage of our systems, just because they are selling less handsets, has come down dramatically,” said Woodward.

E2open has, on average, signed up 17 enterprise customers in each of the last two years. In total, it has 76 enterprise customers – those which buy E2open’s software as well as pay for access to its network of suppliers and trading partners.

Computer maker Dell Inc (DELL) brought in 22.5 percent of E2open’s revenue in fiscal 2011. Now, it accounts for less than 5 percent – even though its contribution in dollar terms has risen, Woodward said.

“The original deal that we signed with Dell was for $3.2 million for three years,” he said. “The last bill we signed with Dell was for $3.2 million per year.”

British mobile telephone company Vodafone Group Plc (VOD.L) (VOD.O) is the largest customer for Foster City, California-based E2open, having contributed 12.1 percent of the company’s revenue last fiscal year.

Another customer, Seagate Technology LLC (STX.O), held a 9 percent stake in E2open as of December last year.

Yahoo Open Start Request Username ‘Beautiful’ is Not Active Again

  • Posted on May 21, 2017 at 8:22 pm

Since last month it was announced that Yahoo will delete the Yahoo! username or ID is no longer active, many people are waiting for the arrival of this. Because, mostly inactive username is precisely deter others who want to use the name. Now, according to the announcement last month, Yahoo began to open up opportunities for those who want to get the username ‘pretty’.
Users who want to get the username ‘beautiful’ can not directly get the name. They should write the desired username in advance through a form benama Yahoo! Wish List. Yahoo provides five options that could be asked. If the first choice is not available, then the choice of the required reserves would then look for. Yahoo will provide notice of the availability of username via email in mid-August 2013.
“To get Yahoo! username you’ve always wanted, we set up a page where you can ask five top choices. If your first choice is not available, we will try to find other options of backup you have the content. In mid-August, you will receive email containing the username where available, as well as links to mengklaimnnya for 48 hours. Quite so, and it is yours, “wrote Dylan Casey, Senior Director, Platform Yahoo via its official blog.

Lambda Expressions Backported to Java 7, 6 and 5

  • Posted on May 21, 2017 at 1:10 pm

Do you want to use lambda expressions already today, but you are forced to use Java and a stable JRE in production? Now that’s possible with Retrolambda, which will take bytecode compiled with Java 8 and convert it to run on Java 7, 6 and 5 runtimes, letting you use lambda expressions andmethod references on those platforms. It won’t give you the improved Java 8 Collections API, but fortunately there are multiple alternative libraries which will benefit from lambda expressions.

Behind the Scenes

A couple of days ago in a café it popped into my head to find out whether somebody had made this already, but after speaking into the air, I did it myself over a weekend.

The original plan of copying the classes from OpenJDK didn’t work (LambdaMetafactory depends on some package-private classes and would have required modifications), but I figured out a better way to do it without additional runtime dependencies.

Retrolambda uses a Java agent to find out what bytecode LambdaMetafactory generates dynamically, and saves it as class files, after which it replaces the invokedynamic instructions to instantiate those classes directly. It also changes some private synthetic methods to be package-private, so that normal bytecode can access them without method handles.

After the conversion you’ll have just a bunch of normal .class files – but with less typing.

P.S. If you hear about experiences of using Retrolambda for Android development, please leave a comment.

Acnodes’ New 21.5” Ultra Slim Fanless Multi-Touch Panel PC Features 1080P Full HD Resolutions

  • Posted on May 21, 2017 at 2:44 am

Acnodes Corporation is proud to release its new fanless touch panel PC, FPC8759. Powered by high performance Atom D2550 Dual-Core 1.86GHz processor and NM10 chipset with two DDR3 SO-DIMM sockets for up to 4GB system memory, FPC8759 ensures adequate performance for end-users while consumes small amounts of power. It’s equipped with a 21.5 inch widescreen projected capacitive multi-touch screen with 1080P Full HD resolutions, ideal for interactive kiosk and control panel for machine in a variety of commercial and industrial applications. Rich I/O ports including dual Ethernet, four serial ports, four USB ports, mini PCI-E connector to support wireless networking modules, VGA port and audio (Mic-in, Line-out) port, provide excellent peripheral connectivity. It supports standard operating systems such as Windows 7, Window XP, Window XP Embedded, and Linux.

Ultra Slim design, with 48 mm thick console, PC features aluminum die-casting chassis and front panel that tested to IP65 water and dust resistant standard. While FPC8759 has an elegant and modern appearance, it is also capable of operating in environments with temperatures ranging from 32°F to 95°F (0°C to +35°C) and relative humidity of 20% to 85%. FPC8759 supports both VESA and panel mounting enables easy installation in various applications with confined spaces. To fulfill different application needs and to secure the system from power input change, the system accepts an 8V to 36V wide range DC power input.

Our product line configurations are illustrated on our web site at Acnodes.com. However, most of the commercial and industrial computers are custom built to customer’s exact requirements. Contact us via e-mail: info(at)acnodes(dot)com or telephone (1-909-597-7588) for more information.

About Acnodes
Acnodes manufactures, designs, and markets industrial computers and display solutions for diverse industries ranging from automation to military. We have an array of technological innovations in the area of rack mount servers, embedded computers, Panel PC’s and rugged monitors that create simpler and more valuable products to the customers. We work closely with our clients to customize computer products to meet their required projects and challenges. Acnodes strives to explore new technologies to better improve life and work.