Thursday, August 30, 2012

Pet Shop Singapore Review

The Little Black Paws is just simply a great shopping experience! 
Prices are great! but could be better.. I'm loving the design for the web 
site and The Little Black Paws brand logo. As a new customer, I am impressed with
 the friendly and efficient service.
 The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are numerous choices with regard to 
dog foods, especially as I have two picky eaters.The price point is much more competitive than 
my local pet store who takes 3-4 days to deliverThe shopping interface is great and really 
easy to use. Love the tips, advice and info. given on the blog!! The service was excellent
 and Maxine was extremely friendly and approachable. 
Great job guys. I'm sure to be shopping again with The Little Black Paws reeeal
 soon. All the best! Little Black Paws offers the best online deals of any online pet shop, We are
 mainly a supplier for Singapore but we can ship anywhere. 
Check out the online pet shop Singapore.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Get Free Quotes by Car Transport Services

Before coming upon the final decision about your choice of car transport services, call to various companies and ask for the details of the transportation process. Ask them if they provide free quotes for auto transportation and car shipping or not. Most of the companies provide these types of services so upon providing the quotes, compare them and choose the best one among the all. The purpose of providing free quote is to get the confidence of the customer for car transport services.

 Once the customer gets the free quotes from various companies about the rates at which they will transport the car, the decision becomes easier for the customer to come upon. Most of the companies provide these types of details upon a phone call, while others have made the service available upon the internet. By browsing their web pages one can easily get the link which directs them to free quotes page. In order to provide the exact quote few questions are asked to the customers in order to provide them the exact figure which would cost for the transportation of the car. 

By getting the auto shipping quotes you can easily come upon the decision to choose the service. This services enables the customers to check free of cost about the current rates for car transportation. Furthermore by providing this service on phone and internet, the job has become quite simple for the customers as they don't have to go from office to office to collect the information about the whole process, rather they can get on only a phone call. This type of service is mostly available free of costs, however in case you want to meet with personal staff of that particular auto transportation and car shipping company than you may need to have pay some amount for it. This consultation fees is only charged by few companies.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Will Android Jelly Bean, Google’s Chrome and Windows 8 ever play nice?

According to sources in Asia, exposed on DigiTimes, Google will announce Android 5.0 at its annual Google I/O conference and release the software sometime in June.
Many immediately questioned the legitimacy of DigiTimes’ report, citing the site’s hit-and-miss track record with previous ‘rumor’ stories. Nonetheless, the points rose in DigiTimes’ report – regardless if they’re true or not – are interesting all the same, especially when viewed against the backdrop of what two of Google’s biggest competitors have been up to during the past 12 months.
Platform unification is the name of the game from here on out and Apple’s recently previewed OS X Mountain Lion update and Microsoft’s Windows 8 represent the sharp end of that stick. With this in mind we think it’s fairly safe to assume that Google has also probably been working on something pretty significant too, right?
Cue DigiTimes’ report, which claims that Google is in the final stages of merging its Chrome and Android platforms together for Android 5.0 – AKA Jelly Bean. Why would Google do such a thing you ask? According to DigiTimes it’s simple enough – Google wants Android 5.0 dual booting on Windows 8-powered tablets and notebooks.
Apparently Google intends to make OEM or Original Equipment Manufacturer choose between either Android 5.0-only devices or Windows 8-powered devices that will dual boot Android 5.0. Switching between Windows 8 and Android 5.0 will be seamless, says the source, and will not require the user to turn off or reboot the device.
‘Dual booting Windows 8 devices may have some value,’ said Rob Bam forth, principle analyst at Quo Circa, ‘especially if it’s a live switch. Imagine the benefits in the work place? You could use one OS for work and another for personal usage.’

It seems like a good idea on paper, almost logical – but as Slash Gear points out: ‘Microsoft’s Windows 8 hardware requirements apparently block second OS installation on ARM-based PCs by users, thanks to a locked Secure Boot system, though it’s unclear whether OEM or Original Equipment Manufacturer are permitted to do so before the hardware leaves the factory.’This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Windows-powered devices that’ll dual-boot Android either. The View Sonic View Pad 10 used Windows 7 and could dual-boot Android 1.5 – it launched around the same time as the iPad 2.
This type of device hasn’t proved popular with users, however, but this is probably more to do with the fact that neither Windows 7 nor Android 1.5 was optimized for use on a slate device.

This will not be the case with Windows 8 and Android 5.0.
Android 5.0 Jelly Bean is reportedly landing in June. But with just over one per cent of Android users currently on the latest iteration of Google’s mobile operating system, many experts are crying foul of Google’s decision to release yet another version of Android.
‘Add to that the issue of keeping different versions of Android in sync across different hardware platforms,’ said Bamforth, ‘and users not sure about when and how they can update their operating systems and you have increasing complexity when competitors like Apple appear to be offering increasing simplicity..’
He added: ‘and while Apple’s way of doing things might be constraining and controlling, it doesn’t seem to bother the average user that much.’
Many experts claim that Google wants to do with Jelly Bean what it couldn’t achieve with Android Ice Cream Sandwich – it wants Android 5.0 to unify its ecosystem. Thing is, we don’t think Google will ever be able to do this. Thousands of Android handsets are produced every day, the globe-over, by a multitude of different manufacturers. In a set-up like this how can Google realistically get all of its partners reading off of the same page?

The simple answer to that question is that it can’t – Android is too fragmented already – and adding yet iteration into the mix is the software equivalent of attempting to spend your way out of debt. Just look at Motorola’s Android 4.0 update schedule, which was released earlier this week. Many of its phones aren’t getting the update until Q3 and Q4 of 2012.

Despite all of the above, we’re still very excited by the prospect of a tablet or notebook that all live switch between Google’s new Chrome-enthused Android 5.0 Jelly Bean and Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system. To us it sounds like the future, or at least something Google, which isn’t yet a fully-fledged hardware manufacturer, should be looking to do.
That said Google has a lot of stumbling blocks to conquer before something of this scope will become a viable reality.