Archive for June 2012

Display measurements book

The International Committee for Display Metrology (ICDM) and The Society for Information Display (SID) have published a new standardized way to measure electronic displays. Information Display Measurements Standard (IDMS) document consists of standard measurement procedures to quantify electronic display characteristics and qualities. The hope is that Information Display Measurements Standard (IDMS) serves standards organizations that

Pricing Should Be Simple

Pricing Should Be Simple article mentions some interesting points on pricing products: One thing many companies — in any industry — can learn from Apple is the importance of simple pricing. If you make it easy for people to understand how much they’re paying, and what they’re paying for, it is more likely that they’ll

World IPv6 Launch 6.6.2012

World IPv6 Launch is coming after just few days. June 6th may seem like any other day to you, but a group of network operators, kit-makers and websites have determined it will become “World IPv6 launch day”. It means that major Internet service providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and web companies around the world

Flame virus sensationalism

The virus, named Flame or Skywiper, has been in headlines this week. In good and in bad. Flame came to light when the U.N. International Telecommunications Union (which oversees cyberactivities for the body) received reports of unusual activity. A Russian security firm first identified it, noting that the virus has apparently existed in these networks