Power Sound Editor Free is a visual audio editing and recording software solution, which supports many advanced and powerful operations with audio data. You can use it to record your own music, voice, or other audio files, edit it, mix it, add effects, Rip audio and burn it on a CD. Read More
eCalc is an easy to use scientific calculator Program that supports many advanced features including unit conversion, equation solving, and even complex-number math. eCalc is offered as both an online calculator and as a downloadable calculator.
Input Mode (Algebraic vs. RPN)
The online calculator operates in either algebraic input (default mode) or RPN input. The calculator mode is set by clicking on the “ALG/RPN” symbol in the status bar or by changing the mode inside the menu dialog box. Read More
When it comes to Internet Speed, the U.S. remains far down the ladder of industrialized nations, ranking 28th behind leaders South Korea, Japan, Sweden and Holland, according to a study by a labor union for telecommunications workers.
Using data gathered from Speed Matters, a site that promotes Greater Internet Speeds, the Communications Workers of America compiled a list of broadband speeds in U.S. states and territories and came up with the average speed for the nation — 5.1 megabits per second. That’s a quarter of South Korea’s 20.4 megabits and about a third of Japan’s 15.8 megabits. Read More
Sunnyvale, California-based Advanced Micro Devices has announced today the expansion of its Opteron line of server and workstation processors with the introduction of the new six-core AMD Opteron EE chips, boasting a 40W ACP. According to the world’s second largest vendor of computer processors, the new CPUs have been designed to deliver a 31 percent increase in performance-per-watt over standard quad-core AMD Opteron processors, consequently meeting the requirements of customers who demand performance in a more energy-efficient package. Read More
Native American operators of casinos, resorts, restaurants and medical centers are riding the crest of a wave of new technologies that include megapixel IP cameras, video management software (VMS), and NVRs for physical security as well as CAT Scans and MRIs in use in medical centers.
The output from these devices has produced an avalanche of new data such as video surveillance streams, photos and medical images and records that need to be stored digitally for easier access and longer retention. And legislation from Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) to HIPPA add even more burden. Read More