Research In Motion (RIM) has officially expressed an apology at the overthrow of the BlackBerry service that afflicts millions of users, and explain its cause. Presented pembesut this BlackBerry, the disorder which now began to spread from Europe to Latin America was due to failure in their enterprise infrastructure.
“The transition to a back-up switch does not function well as when testing. This led to a backlog of data in large numbers,” said RIM as reported by Cnet, on Wednesday (10/12/2011).
“Currently we are working hard to complete the backlog and restore service as quickly as possible,” said RIM. Service disruption email and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) have occurred since yesterday. Victims are the users in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India, Brazil, Chile and Argentina. On Tuesday, RIM said the problem had been successfully resolved and service has been restored. But several hours later, this Canadian company acknowledges widespread disruption to many countries.
Users of smartphones and tablets that are still trapped Android OS an older version of course hoping for an official upgrade. Good news for users of the Galaxy family, Samsung will soon release an update announcing Android Gingerbread.
South Korean vendors claimed Gingerbread Android 2.3 will be available for S Galaxy, Galaxy Ace / Gio / Fit / Mini and tablet computers Galaxy Tab. This official update can be done through software Kies.
For the first stage or start this week, the ‘gingerbread’ Galaxy out to users in the UK and the Nordic region. Then the update went to Europe, North America, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa.
As quoted from OnlyGizmo, Monday (05/16/2011), this Gingerbread OS promises some improvement than the previous version. For example user interface for better and more smooth.
After Hosni Mubarak actually resigned his position as president of Egypt, the Google executive who is an activist of the opposition, Wael Ghonim, plans to re-focus on his work. When asked by CBS in an interview, whether he would get the positions in the new Egyptian government, Ghonim explicitly says that he does not want a political office in his country.
“Absolutely not. I want to return to normal life. I’m done playing my role. Let me say to my friends in Egypt, I do not want anything from this action. I just want to run and say I am proud to be a citizen Egypt, “he said. In addition, Ghonim also said that his activities in Egypt had nothing to do with the company where he worked. “So far they (Google – red) do not know anything. When I returned to Cairo, they did not know I took part in protest action,” said Ghonim. Continue reading “Egyptian Revolutionary Hero Want to Go to Google”