Samsung Electronics Co Ltd announced that the Galaxy Camera is now available in the Colombian market. Recently presented at the IFA electronics fair in Berlin, this photographic camera combines high performance features with the latest version of Android ™ 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and the freedom it offers 3G connectivity and Wi-Fi. "Samsung is the only company that can combine your latest mobile technologies and digital imaging, to create a product as innovative and revolutionary as Galaxy Camera" said Luis Arturo Vargas, Product Manager and Samsung Colombia Value Added.
"Furthermore, the fact that it works with the Android operating system manages service benefits exceed traditional cameras, there will always be a constant development of digital content to increase its functionality," said Vargas. One of the major differences of the Galaxy Camera is its 3G + Wi-Fi and its operating system Android ™ 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to give users access to more than 600,000 applications available on Google Play and access to a world almost unlimited, if it comes to sharing. The Android operating system also provides full support for navigation and the ability to customize the camera to suit the creative needs.
Although everything tends to converge rapidly on the Internet, five business areas may explode (even more) in the coming years: the Cloud (the software and information on web servers) covers it all, the online video becomes the dominant format, it mobile than social and have no space, and searches will continue to reign. In this context, poke two dangers: the vulnerability of personal data and pressure from governments and companies to control the free flow of information on the Internet (known as free Internet neutrality).
There are also some analysts qualms about who may see the emergence of a new bubble (like the one that erupted in the late 90s, after the first big wave of investment). The other side of those fears: the turnover of industry giants: Google, 29,321,000, and Facebook, 2 billion in 2010. Google's men are not the only optimistic. Cisco, a firm dedicated to the manufacture of computers and telecommunications consulting, predicted last week that in 2015 the number of Internet-connected devices worldwide will exceed 15,000 million, and that by that time the number of users will reach 3 billion (today are 1.9 billion). In Latin America, the number of Internet users will come to that time to 260 million.
On February 4, 2004, the story began. That day was where Mark Zuckerberg launched |"The Facebook", that social network for Harvard University which over the years became "Facebook".
That day The information placed Facebook in the mailing list of the Kirkland house (one of Harvard's residential houses) will go down in history, as it reached the figure of 1,500 recorded in the first 24 hours. A month later, however, more than half of Harvard students were on The Facebook and the network expanded to other Ivy League universities network northeastern U.S.
In 2005 The Facebook changed its name to Facebook and with that name, the network broke the barrier of one million active users in October last year. Five months earlier had consolidated its entry into the stock market, which is trying to regain lost ground in the beginning.