WiDi – Intel wireless display

April 14th, 2010

Intel WiDi Have you already heard about the new WiDi technology? it is the Intel’s wireless display.

It requires a compatible laptop (some of the new Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 processors, an Intel (Advanced) N wireless adapter, 64-bit Windows 7, and some specialized Intel software), a wireless TV adapter and a TV with a HDMI or composite A/V input. Look for the WiDi icon to find compatible devices.

So far, the announced compatible devices are:


  • Dell Studio 15z
  • Sony VAIO S Series
  • Toshiba Satellite E205

Wireless receiver:

  • NETGEAR Push2TV Adapter for Intel Wireless Display

Here’s how it works:

Apple iPad

January 27th, 2010

And here it is, only several hours old – the Apple iPad:

Big day for technology

January 27th, 2010

Today is going to be a big day for technology. Two major technology events are going to happen at the same day – January 27th, 2010:

Sun + Oracle Sun + Oracle merger: At 9:00 AM PST (17:00 GMT) There will be an Oracle + Sun Strategy Update Webcast. It is entitled “Transforming the Way You Buy, Run, and Manage Your Business Systems”. The Sun acquisition by Oracle is by far one of the most significant transformations in the Enterprise segment, making Oracle an even bigger giant.

And then comes the most awaited event by the general public:

Apple Apple: The long awaited announcement of a “major new product”, as dubbed by Steve Jobs, is going to happen at 10:00 AM PST (18:00 GMT). All rumors in the tech circles point it’s going to be the public presentation of the mystical Apple tablet, called iTablet, iSlate or iPod Tablet Edition. There is no live feed from the event, but rumor has it there is going to be a video on Apple’s website as soon as it’s finished.

To all people interested in technology – enjoy!