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Can you Answer ?:"The best job interview questions from Microsoft, Google… and IKEA"

These are some Questions asked by Google,Microsoft and IKEA


Questions by Google

  1. How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?
  2. You are shrunk to the height of a nickel and your mass is proportionally reduced so as to maintain your original density. You are then thrown into an empty glass blender. The blades will start moving in 60 seconds. What do you do?
  3. How many piano tuners are there in the entire world?
  4. In a country in which people only want boys, every family continues to have children until they have a boy. If they have a girl, they have another child. If they have a boy, they stop. What is the proportion of boys to girls in the country?
  5. Describe a chicken using a programming language.

Questions by Microsoft

  1. You have a bucket of jelly beans. Some are red, some are blue, and some green. With your eyes closed, pick out 2 of a like color. How many do you have to grab to be sure you have 2 of the same?
  2. Pairs of primes separated by a single number are called prime pairs. Examples are 17 and 19. Prove that the number between a prime pair is always divisible by 6 (assuming both numbers in the pair are greater than 6). Now prove that there are no ‘prime triples.’
  3. Imagine an analog clock set to 12 o’clock. Note that the hour and minute hands overlap. How many times each day do both the hour and minute hands overlap? How would you determine the exact times of the day that this occurs?
  4. How much does a 747 weigh?
  5. Imagine a disk spinning like a record player turn table. Half of the disk is black and the other is white. Assume you have an unlimited number of color sensors. How many sensors would you have to place around the disk to determine the direction the disk is spinning? Where would they be placed?

And this is how IKEA does it…

Since we are based in Sweden, we thought that some local inspiration would be in place and had a look at IKEA job interview questions. This must clearly be how they handle their interviews… :)
IKEA job interview joke
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Ten Things You Didn't Know About Microsoft

Did you know that Bill Gates was arrested for running a red light?
Microsoft is undoubtedly the number one software company in the entire world and although it makes serious efforts to evolve beyond the software world, everyone will still call it “the Windows maker.”

The Redmond-based company currently has nearly 95,000 employees and with Nokia's takeover that was completed today, its workforce exceeds 120,000 people worldwide. That's indeed impressive, but it's no surprise that a company so large has millions of users and fans in every single country out there.

Many of you already know most or at least part of Microsoft's history and you definitely know how the company came to be, but there still are a few things that you never heard about. That's the purpose of this article: to reveal ten less-known facts about the company that continues to power approximately 90 percent of the desktop computers worldwide.

#1: Founder Bill Gates was arrested several times

Although he's one of the world's leading philanthropists, Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and one of the richest men in the entire world, was arrested several times when he was younger.

The first time he got arrested was in 1975 when the police pulled him over for speeding and driving without a license. Two years later, he was arrested once again, this time in Albuquerque for running a red light and, again, for driving without a license. Finally, in 1989 when he was already the boss of the software company Microsoft, he was arrested with charges of driving under the influence. 

Bill Gates is now a role model for everyone, as he spends most of the time working for his charity, while also investing part of his fortune for developing vaccines supposed to cure a number of diseases in poor countries on the African continent.

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#2: Microsoft employees eat a lot of pizza

If you're wondering what is the favorite food of the average Microsoft employee, the answer is as simple as it could be: pizza. Microsoft's workers are eating quite a lot of pizzas every year and the company has every reason to be proud of this.

According to the Microsoft by the Numbers page, company employees are eating no less than 554,000 pizza slices and an additional 250,000 personal-sized pizzas every year. 

Sandwiches are also among the favorite “dishes” of Microsoft employees, as one million sandwiches are eaten every 12 month in campus cafeterias. “The most popular sandwich is the turkey club – 225,000 are eaten annually,” the company says.

#3: Free drinks for the win

After eating so many pizzas, Microsoft employees obviously need to keep themselves hydrated, so they're drinking quite a lot of beverages. That shouldn't be a problem, though, because Microsoft is offering all drinks free of charge.

According to statistics, Redmond employees are drinking 2.6 million gallons of free beverages per year, out of which 40 percent is Coke Zero. Without sugar that is.

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#4: M&M for every single anniversary

You eat a pizza, drink some Coke, but what's for desert? The right answer would be M&M, but only if it's someone's anniversary.

Microsoft's employees are celebrating their anniversaries by bringing in lots of M&M. Workers who have posted on their blogs such news said everyone needs to bring one pound of M&M for each year spent within the company, so in case you've been with Microsoft for the past 8 years, you have to buy no less than 8 pounds of M&M. Whatever flavor you wish.

#5: The Redmond campus is full of bunnies

Like Easter eggs in Microsoft's products? So do we, but it turns out that the company might not be so excited when hearing about the Easter tradition.

It appears that the Redmond campus is actually full of bunnies and the company one time had to ask the local authorities to help control the bunny population. According to some unofficial sources, it all began during the '90s when someone near the campus abandoned lots of bunnies who obviously reproduced like... bunnies, so they quickly became a problem for everyone.

The population has already been reduced, but it seems that bunnies are still everywhere you look in the Redmond campus.

#6: Windows was first called “Interface Manager”

We all know that Microsoft's operating system is called Windows, obviously because it has... err... windows, but there was a time when Bill Gates and Paul Allen were considering a different name.

The first Windows version, simply called Windows 1.0, was launched on November 20, 1985, and Bill Gates wanted to retail it as “Interface Manager.” The reason was pretty obvious, as the new operating system was more like an interface that allowed users to manage files. Of course, it was still based on MS-DOS, but it was still bringing some improvements.

Rowland Hanson, the head of marketing at Microsoft, was the one who brought up the idea of “Windows” as the name of the operating system, pointing out that such a designation would help sell the product better.

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#7: Bill Gates never wanted a 32-bit operating system

Microsoft's co-founder, then CEO, now technical adviser, Bill Gates said during the '80s that “we will never make a 32-bit operating system.” While he seemed very serious about it at that time, Microsoft rolled out Windows NT, a 16- and 32-bit based operating system in 1992, approximately 10 years after the made this statement.

Of course, the company continued to develop 32-bit editions of Windows, so all successors had such versions, including Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 8.1.

At this point, 64-bit versions of Windows are indeed selling better, but there's no doubt that this was one of Bill Gates' bad predictions.

#8: 75 percent of the employees are men

As mentioned in the beginning of the article, Microsoft has nearly 94,000 employees worldwide and with the acquisition of Nokia, the company also adds another 25,000 people to its workforce.

Although more women are taking over top jobs in the tech industry (see Marissa Mayer at Yahoo), 75 percent of Microsoft's employees are men and the company doesn't seem to have any problem with it.

Of course, there are several successful women within the company, including Julie Larson-Green who was at some point chief of the Windows division (after the departure of Windows boss Steven Sinofsky).

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#9: Weird interview questions for Microsoft jobs

Getting a job at Microsoft shouldn't be too difficult if you have the necessary skills, but it turns out that candidates have to answer some pretty difficult questions during the interviews.

For example, we've heard from candidates that the employer was asking why the manhole covers are actually round, while others were trying to find out how much a 747 aircraft really weighs.

And that's not all. Here's one of the questions asked during an interview for a job at Microsoft (credits go to

“You have a bucket of jelly beans. Some are red, some are blue, and some green. With your eyes closed, pick out 2 of a like color. How many do you have to grab to be sure you have 2 of the same?”

#10: Apple sued Microsoft in 1983 for stealing its drop-down menus

Microsoft and Apple are still fierce rivals these days, but in 1983 the fruity-named company was ready to move the dispute to the court.

At that time, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, was upset that Microsoft's new Windows 1.0 has too much of the look and feel of the MacIntosh and was ready to sue the software giant for stealing his fonts and drop-drown menus.

Bill Gates, however, defended the UI of his operating system by explaining that he used the design from Xerox, but eventually decided to abandon some of the elements he used in Windows 1.0 to avoid a legal dispute.
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OPPO “Smart Lens” camera attachment leaks

It appears as if OPPO will be the next smartphone maker to push out a camera lens attachment. The OPPO offering sounds, and looks familiar to what we saw coming from Sony with the QX series. Images of the NFC powered Smart Lens setup have recently surfaced on Weibo.

While the images are new, this isn't the first time we have heard of a detachable lens setup from OPPO. In fact, there has been rumors floating around since September. The images clearly show the "Smart Lens" branding, as well as an NFC logo. We can also see the lens will have WiFi and feature a 10x zoom.

The power button also suggests the lens will be self-powered, which could be both a plus and minus. This ultimately means another device to keep charged, but it also suggests it could be used independently. These leaked pics show the lens attached to a Find 7. The clip looks fairly standard, almost as if this will be able to attach to a variety of devices, but beyond what we can see from these images -- device support is an unknown.

We aren't able to see from this series of images, but some of those earlier rumors were hinting there would be a memory card slot. Remaining, and still unconfirmed details included mention of a 16 megapixel camera and image stabilization. So far, no confirmation from OPPO, however given these images are out, we are hoping to see something soon.
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‘Iris’ Is a Stylish Flat GTK Theme

Iris light gtk theme
Iris, in both its light and dark variants, is nothing if not on-trend. It adheres to the (increasingly clichéd, but still good looking) use of “flat” elements coupled with just a splash of a bold accent colour.
IRIS Dark GTK Theme for Linux
It’d be easy to compare it to Windows’ Modern UI or Apple’s iOS 7, but since neither OS has dibs on the minimal style, they merely popularised it, it’s an association that would undermine the effort and attention put into Iris by its author.
Both Iris Light and Iris Dark support Gtk 3.10 (including GNOME’s natty new header bars), Gtk 2 (using the Murrine engine), and elementary’s Granite. A Metacity window theme is also included.

Don’t Freak Out But It’s In Beta

If there’s a drawback to be had it’s that both themes are still in ‘beta‘. Yes, that means if you’re prone to table-flipping over minor inconsistencies or issues you will want to give it a miss.
For everyone else (read: the serene and sensible amongst you) Iris can give your desktop a dramatic overhaul. To try it out jump on over to DeviantArt using the links below, then install to your local theme folder and apply using an app like Unity Tweak Tool.
Don’t forget to let us know what you think of it in the comments. Any bugs you find can be reported on the project’sGitHub page.
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Windows Phone surpasses BlackBerry in the USA in Q1 2014, Android still king

Microsoft's mobile platform, Windows Phone, has finally seen some increase in its market share in the USA during Q1 2014 – it has grown 1% and now holds... 3% of the market. Still, it appears that this leap was more than enough for it to overtake BlackBerry's own eponymous OS, which now runs on no more or less than 2% of all smartphones in the country. Interestingly, BlackBerry OS had 3% of the same market, whereas Windows Phone held 2% several months ago.

These interesting facts were revealed by Nielsen, a global research agency, which surveyed over 20,000 mobile subscribers in the USA on the matter.

It comes to almost no surprise that Apple is still the dominant player and holds the lion's share of the smartphone market at home. Cupertino's smartphones have been chosen by 42.5% of the surveyed respondents, however, iOS is still losing the battle against Android – Google's operating system runs on the devices of 52% of all respondents. 

If we turn our heads to Androidland, we will barely find anything surprising at all. Nielsen's report shows that more than half of all Android smartphones had the Samsung logo on their front – 28.7%. LG is far behind – with 7% of the market, the other South Korean maker gets the silver medal. Motorola is breathing down LG's neck with 6.8%, while HTC is responsible for 5.7% of all Android devices on the US market in Q1 2014.

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The UK will be the first to break even with fusion power, leading us towards a future of clean, infinite energy

The JET tokamak reactor
The world’s best fusion reactor, situated in the heart of the merry,Hobbit-inspiring motherland of Oxfordshire in England, will soon attempt to become the first fusion power experiment to surpass the mythical “break-even” point. This experiment, known as the Joint European Torus (JET), has held the world record for fusion reactor efficiency since 1997 despite the USA’s recent laser-based fusion experiments at the National Ignition Facility. If JET can reach break-even point, there’s a very good chance that the massive ITER reactor currently being built in France will be able to obtain the holy grail of everlasting green power generation: self-sustaining fusion.
Way back in 1970, the European Community (a precursor to the European Union) decided that fusion power should be taken seriously. In 1977, after lots of planning, construction of the JET began at a former Royal Navy airfield near Culham in Oxfordshire. Rather uniquely for an advanced science experiment, JET was actually finished on schedule in 1983, and was officially opened in 1984 by fair old Blighty’s Supreme Leader Queen Elizabeth II. In 1997, 16 megawatts of fusion power was produced from an input power of 24 megawatts, for a fusion energy gain factor (usually expressed by the symbol Q) of around 0.7. No other fusion reactor, including the National Ignition Facility in California, has come close. (The NIF is hampered by the fact that its its ignition method — 500 terrawatts of laser power — is incredibly inefficient.)
The target chamber at the National Igniftion Facility, where 192 lasers combine to create fusion
The fusion chamber at the National Ignition Facility in California. Fusion reactors look pretty awesome, eh?
While JET itself is a fairly low-power experiment (38 megawatts), it’s still very exciting because it’s essentially a small-scale prototype of the massive (500 megawatts) ITER fusion reactor being built in France that will (hopefully) fuse deuterium-tritium (D-T) fuel by 2027. Over the last few years, JET has been upgraded with the ITER-Like Wall (yes, that’s its scientific name) — basically a wall of solid beryllium that can withstand being bombarded by ultra-high-energy neutrons and temperatures in excess of 200 million degrees.
NSTX internal
Another fusion chamber, this time the NSTX at Princeton. Click to zoom in.
With this new wall in place, the scientists at JET think they’re ready to throw some D-T fuel into the tokamak, pump up the magnetic field, and pray that more energy is released from the fuel than was put in to start the reaction. The key to sustained fusion is keeping the plasma hot and focused — and a big part of that is using a wall that bounces the hot neutrons back into the reaction, rather than letting them escape and thus losing energy and heat to the environment.
After years of working with just deuterium, JET is now ready to use a deuterium-tritium fuel mix that will burn a lot hotter and have a better chance of reaching break-even. When ITER comes online in the 2020s, it will use a D-T fuel mix. Speaking to the BBC, JET director Steve Cowley said, “We hope in the next runs of Jet that we’ll approach a [fusion energy gain] of one.” (Q = 1). For self-sustaining fusion that can be harnessed for energy production, though, we need to reach a Q of 20 or more — we need a confinement method (magnets, walls) that is so good that very little external energy is required to keep the fusion reaction going. ITER is aiming for a Q of 5 or 10 — and if it proves to be successful, say in 2030 or so, then maybe we’ll finally be ready to produce a real fusion power plant.
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Easily Change Color of Folder Icons in Ubuntu With This Tool

Ubuntu’s default folder icons are nice enough but their uniform orange appearance lacks personality.

To add a splash of vibrance we can use a small tool called ‘Folder Color’. It’s designed to work with Nautilus and can only be used with the default Ubuntu icon theme.

The name pretty much spells out its function: it lets you to change the colour of folders. With it you can make your essay documents folder red, your holiday photo directory yellow, and so on, with a simple right-click.

There’s really not an awful lot more to say about it. It’s not a separate icon theme and does not, yet, allow you to change the colour of the standard Home folder icons (Music, Photos, Documents, etc.).
Other than that it works as intended, has a fairly decent number of colour options available, and offers a handy link should you wish to ‘Restore to default’.
Installing Folder Color

While not a game-changing app Folder Color is nevertheless a useful tool to have if you ever fancy retooling your home folder to look like a rainbow.
The utility can be installed from a dedicated PPA using the command line and supports Ubuntu 13.10 and 14.04 LTS. 

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:costales/folder-color
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install folder-color

After installation has completed you will need to log out and back (or restart Nautilus) before the right-click options are listed.
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Samsung “Crystal Collection” Galaxy S5 revealed

We may still be following rumors for the Galaxy S5 Prime, however it looks like Samsung does have some special models in the works. The Galaxy S5 "Crystal Collection" handset was recently revealed by way of a short YouTube teaser. The video is just 12 seconds in length and shows a Galaxy S5 that is covered with crystals.

In this case those would be Swarovski crystals. Samsung has said the handset will be arriving in May, but so far we have yet to see anything in terms of market availability or pricing. But having said that, we aren't expecting this one to come cheap.

One hint does come with the YouTube channel this was posted on; Samsung Mobile Korea. This isn't the first time we've seen a crystal covered Galaxy device, and if we follow previous patterns -- we expect the availability to be limited. Samsung also didn't specify if, or how the specs would differ from the regular model Galaxy S5.

The overall design looks rather sparkly, but we have to look back towards the Galaxy S5 Prime as that is the one we are more interested in seeing. Recent rumors for the GS5 Prime suggest the handset will debut with a QHD display at 2560 x 1440. There was also talk of that handset being powered by the Exynos 5430 processor, which is ARM big.LITTLE and 64-bit
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Get Sony Background Defocus on Google Play Store

As part of its efforts to move more and more of non-critical functionality to Google's app market system, Sony has published its Background defocus camera mode on Google Play Store. This will make it easier for the manufacturer to iterate over and push changes to the app as fast as it can.

Background defocus made its debut in the camera app of the newly unveiled Xperia Z2. This particular effect, which emulates a shallow depth of field, seems to be getting quite popular, as more and more manufacturers are advertising it as one of the fun ways to use a mobile camera. The effect is mostly applied after the shot is taken, blurring the background and bringing more focus to a foreground object.

With the app now on Google Play Store, Sony has decoupled the feature from the Xperia Z2's firmware and has made it available for other Xperia devices as well. The mode still functions the same way and no new features were added. The mode has to be chosen from with the Camera app and adjusted after the photo has been taken. Sony suggests a distance of about 15 - 45 cm for the best effect.

The Background Defocus effect was actually already ported for other Xperia devices before but now it is official and comes from Sony directly. It still works only on Xperia smartphones, of course, and such devices should be running Android 4.2 or higher to be compatible.

Download: Sony Background Defocus on Google Play Store
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Audacious 3.5 Released!

Audacious is a free and open source audio player with a focus on low resource usage, high audio quality, and support for a wide range of audio formats. Audacious is the default audio player in Lubuntu.

New features and improvements being introduced in Audacious 3.5 include:

Support for Microsoft ASXv3 playlists.
OpenGL spectrum visualization.
New settings window for JACK output.
New audtool commands for working with multiple playlists.
Defalt tag format for MP3 files changed from APEv2 to ID3v2.3
Support for COVERART element in Ogg Vorbis tags.
And many bug-fixes.

More details can be found here
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Why the display on the Samsung Galaxy S5 is so good ??

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has received high praise for its display. DisplayMate called it the best performing smartphone display that it has ever tested.On Wednesday, Samsung explained some of the technology that makes the display so good. For example, the screen eliminates excessive glare, the bane of all smartphone users, by constantly analyzing the display under changing lighting conditions. In addition the Super AMOLED screen produces 1.6 higher Ambient Color Gamut than LCD, which means that glare is not an issue when looking at the screen on a bright, sunny afternoon. Super dimming allows users to view their phone in the dark without getting eyestrain from a too-bright screen. You can view how the screen adjusts in the demo below.

Galaxy S5 Visibility and Adapt Display Demo
The Adapt Display changes the screen based on the surrounding lighting. For example, under blue-tinted lights, a normal screen looks yellow as your eyes adjust. Not with Adapt Display, which makes the screen look normal no matter what the surrounding lighting. This can be seen in the image below.

Two factors determine how vivid your screen is. One is the color gamut, and the other is contrast. Luckily for Samsung Galaxy S5 owners, the color gamut of a Super AMOLED screen is 1.4 times larger than what is found on a TFT LCD display. The contrast is 77 times higher than a TFT LCD screen. Samsung says that the Galaxy S5 can produce "richer and brighter" images that what is found on competitor's handsets.

Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S5 screen has the fastest response time in the industry with a .01ms reading. That means the display does not lag, under all temperature conditions.

Those of you with the phone probably don't care about the technology involved. You're just happy with how sharp and lifelike the images are on the screen. But just in case you were wondering, these are a few of the features that Samsung says it is employing on this year's version of its flagship phone.

Two of the different modes available on the Samsung Galaxy S5, Professional and Dynamic

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Gionee to set up 750 service centers across India by March 2015

Gionee started its operations almost a year back in India. Today it has announced that it will open more than 750 service centers across India by March 2015. The Chinese company recently unveiled world’s thinnest smartphone Elife S5.5 at Rs 22,999.

While our emphasis is on delivering best in class products always, we have laid equal emphasis on providing top class service right from the time we started business in India. Gionee established a Call Center with its very first sale and with our growing reach we are constantly strengthening our service network to ensure the comfort and trust of our existing and fast growing set of customers.said, Arvind.R.Vohra, Head – Gionee India.

Gionee says it has already opened more than 400 stores in India in mere one year of its operations. All of these stores are available across Tier I, II & III cities in the country. These service centers will boast of team of expert technicians and specially trained service advisors.

The company has mere 2 percent share in Indian smartphone market and has made Rs 500 cr in sale as per an ET report. Gionee says they ship 23 million handsets per year worldwide.
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New 5.2-inch Motorola XT912A with Android 4.4.3

New 5.2-inch Motorola XT912A with Android 4.4.3 spotted in benchmark test?

Motorola already confirmed that it would introduce a second-generation Moto X (possibly called Moto X+1) later this year, plus other new smartphones, but it didn’t provide specific details regarding their specs - although we do know that they will offer a near-stock Android experience.

One of the company’s upcoming handsets might be the Motorola XT912A, which was spotted in a GFXBench test today (see the image on the left, and zoom in for a closer look). According to the benchmark test, the XT912A runs the latest Android 4.4.3, and sports a 5.2-inch display with 1080 x 1920 pixels. Other features seemingly include a 12MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of ROM, and 32GB of internal memory.

If the XT912A model number looks familiar it’s because the original Motorola Droid Razr (released by Verizon in late 2011) was - and still is - known as the XT912. Is this XT912A a new Verizon-bound handset? We can’t know for now. In any case, we must keep in mind that data revealed by benchmark tests isn’t always accurate, as these things can be easily faked. So the XT912A might end up being... nothing after all. Until some official details arrive (if ever), we have no choice than to remain skeptical about all this.
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First New Apple Product for 2014 to Launch Next Week

MacBook Air
The Frenchies at MacG are citing reliable sources as saying that Apple will be announcing its first product refresh as early as next week. Don’t expect anything revolutionary, though. The source says it’s only an upgraded MacBook Air with a faster processor and maybe more storage.

Granted, a refreshed Mac is not an all-new product, but it is the first new thing out of Apple this year, so it counts. The upgrade will consist of a faster processor and extra storage for the base model, but the latter spec remains unconfirmed. In fact, both claims remain unconfirmed, but the former is more likely.

MacBook Air currently ships with 128GB of Flash storage as standard, which means Apple could theoretically double that amount next week. The upgrade would be senseless coupled with a price spike (since you can actually get a 256GB model for a few extra notes), so that’s pretty much out of the question.

Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities issued a lengthy research note earlier this month projecting Apple’s entire roadmap for the year, including an all-new MacBook Air model boasting a 12-inch Retina display.

The analyst specifically said it would be “as portable as current 11-inch MacBook Air and productive as 13-inch MacBook Air,” adding that it would be thinner and lighter than the current lineup, featuring a new clamshell design.

The computer will “redefine laptop computing,” Kuo said, adding that it will sport an Intel processor, not an A8 chip as others have speculated. It’s also possible it will cost less than the current models, he added, which means you may want to hold out your purchase.

The iMac line of desktop computers should also receive a processor upgrade and perhaps more all-Flash configurations starting this year.

The MacBook Pro range of professional laptops will probably witness the discontinuation of the only remaining model that boasts an optical drive, while the Mac mini line will most likely get new chips too.

Having just refreshed the Mac Pro a few months ago, the most powerful computer in the entire Macintosh line is not expected to undergo any changes soon.

Some Macintosh upgrades will most likely be announced at the Worldwide Developers Conference in early June, so mark your calendars and keep a fair distance from those cash reserves. Next week’s upgrade may be the least important announcement of the whole year (if confirmed).
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Raspberry Pi Clones

RPi clones
From the top: The Raspberry Pi, HummingBoard, and BananaPi.

Below is a comparison of the key differences between Raspberry Pi and its clones.
 Raspberry Pi Mod. CBanana PiHummingBoard
Processor700MHz, 1-core ARM111GHz, 2-core Cortex-A71GHz, 4-core Cortex-A9
IR receiverNoYesYes
Comp. RCAYesYesNo
SPDIF digital audioNoNoYes
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