Electronic Arts CEO resigns from office

Electronic Arts (EA) arguably one of the publishers and game makers are quite successful today. But while it’s exciting, CEO of the company from the United States that just resigned.

John Riccitiello is just a letter of resignation to the board of directors as the CEO of EA.

As quoted from Business Insider, Tuesday (03/19/2013), Riccitiello EA is not new. He had joined the giant producers since October 1997 as President & COO.

In 2004, Riccitiello decided to turn away from EA, then in 2007 he returned to the office of a relatively classy as CEO.

Now, not only the letter of resignation Riccitiello until kejajaran directors, he is also rumored to have sent a farewell email to his officers at EA.

“We will be looking for candidates, either from the internal or external to fill the position as CEO,” Larry Probst, Chairman EA.

This row of Samsung Galaxy to Android 5.0

You are one of the owners of Samsung Galaxy? We’ve got good news. Today, the news circulating on the Internet about the row of phones and tablets made by Samsung that will get the update or updates to the latest Android OS, the Android 5.0.

For those who have the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, you should be happy, because it will soon be tasting experience the latest Android OS version 5.0, although the age is almost the age of one year.

While the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, as a newcomer, it is estimated almost certainly get the same updates.

Here’s a list of phones that are expected to get the Android OS 5.0, which was launched GSMArena:

GT-I9300 – Galaxy S III
GT-I9305 – Galaxy S III LTE
GT-I9500 – Galaxy S 4
GT-I9505 – Galaxy S 4 LTE
GT-N5100 – Galaxy Note 8.0
GT-N5105 – 8.0 LTE Galaxy Note
GT-N5110 – Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-Fi
GT-N7100 – Galaxy Note II
GT-N7105 – Galaxy Note II LTE
GT-N8000 – Galaxy Note 10.1
GT-N8005 – 10.1 LTE Galaxy Note
GT-N8010 – Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi Continue reading “This row of Samsung Galaxy to Android 5.0”

BlackBerry bosses: Innovation iPhone Already ancient

BlackBerry questioned innovations brought by Apple in its smartphone product, the iPhone.

BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins found Apple innovating since the iPhone debuted in 2007.

Although Heins acknowledged Apple as a pioneer of the development of interface technology with the iPhone, he said, without innovation, the iPhone becomes stale.

“Apple did a fantastic job in bringing a touch device with a different interface to the market,” Heins said in an exclusive interview with the Australian media, The Australian Financial Review.

“They are a design icon. Was the reason why they are so successful, and we have to recognize and respect that,” he said, as reported by the Huffington Post, March 19, 2013. Continue reading “BlackBerry bosses: Innovation iPhone Already ancient”