In what can only be called an exodus, WordPress’ co-founder and CEO Matt Mullenweg posted on his blog Sunday night that over 72,000 new blogs were created within an hour. This is a massive spike considering that WordPress usually just sees 400 to 600 new blogs on most Sundays. It’s a tiny percentage of Tumblr’s 108.6M blogs (.66%) but it’s an important consideration that Tumblr – and now Yahoo – cannot ignore. Source TechCrunch: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Techcrunch/~3/2loPlLGr_Zg/ [WordPress]
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active has made another appearance online, this time in a benchmark result which claims to reveal a new processor and slightly altered named.
According to details which have appeared on GFXBench the rugged handset in question could well be known as the Samsung Galaxy S4 J Active, although that seems like more of a development moniker than something the Korean firm would actually market.
In terms of specs the benchmark result apparently reveals a couple of details including a 1.9GHz Snapdragon S4 Plus quad-core processor – which is different to the Snapdragon 600 clocked at the same speed in the Galaxy S4.
The water- and dust-proof handset will also come running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, with model SGH-I537 said to be destined for the US, while GT-I9295 will pop up in Europe.
You can still expect to see a full HD display on the S4 J Active, although we wouldn’t be surprised to see a thicker slab of glass laid over the top to provide extra protection.
There’s no further word on when the Galaxy S4 Active may make an appearance, but earlier reports seem to point towards a June or July release, so watch this space.
Microsoft Office remains the default option for ‘office productivity’ software. The most recent version being Office 2013, the suite of programs is better known by its key components: Microsoft Word for producing documents, Excel for spreadsheets and PowerPoint for presentations.
But it comes at a cost, and for some businesses, cloud computing and open source software offer better options, sometimes for free.
Small businesses tend to buy Microsoft Office along with a computer, not least because this is usually been the cheapest option. The basic version of Office 2013 for small business ? which also includes Microsoft Outlook, the email and calendar package ? adds