Happy Holidays from Azoft!

By Alexandra Weinstein on December 20, 2012



Dear Friends,

Another year is coming to an end, so we'd like to take a moment to wish you a wonderful holiday season! In the spirit of the Holidays, we'd like to share with you our video greetings.

The year 2012 was an exciting year for us, as Azoft celebrated 10 years in business. Our team mastered new skills, completed challenging projects, met new clients, and had a great time through it all. 

We look forward to doing business with you in 2013 and hope the next year brings you much success and happiness!

Codenames for Software Updates: Why Do We Care?

By Vladimir Tchernitski on April 18, 2012
snowleopard Codenames for Software Updates: Why Do We Care?

Whenever a new tech product release is anticipated, numerous rumors and debates spring up all across the web. What will be the next hot feature? Date of release? New look? And finally, what will the update be called?

Obviously, we're excited about new features and a fresh design, but why care about the name? After all, the name does not in any way affect the product's functionality or performance, yet it is a huge topic for discussion. These days, our gadgets run on Ice Cream Sandwiches and Snow Leopards, forget the old boring 'version 4.1.1'.

Season’s Greetings from Azoft!

By Alexandra Weinstein on December 19, 2011

Dear Friends,

As the year comes to an end, we would like to greet our valued clients, partners, and colleagues and wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season!

The year 2011 has proven to be very exciting for Azoft. Our team has grown significantly and is proud to have successfully completed many challenging and innovative projects. Thank you for trusting our expertise and working with us.

We look forward to doing business with you in the upcoming year of 2012!

Best regards,

Top 70 Most bizarre gadgets from movies

By Alexandra Weinstein on August 24, 2011

When you think of top notch gadgets, the chances are that some of them have, sadly, only ever existed on the silver screen. From James Bond’s kit to Star Wars’ gadgetry, from robots to time machines, films have produced a steady stream of the most gorgeous technological eye-candy you could possibly dream up. Ask anyone their favourite Bond gizmo and you are likely to get a different answer. Likewise, pick out R2D2 from Star Wars and someone will ask why C3PO was excluded. At some point you just have to pick out great gadgets and let them speak for themselves.

The Copter Hat From Inspector Gadget

New Apple iOS 5 Will Kill Jailbreak

By Alexandra Weinstein on June 22, 2011
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Apple iOS 5 and iPhone 5 are the two major products expected to arrive this year, and both will decide the future of the brand in the coming years. As excitement heightens with the anticipated release of iOS 5, rumors about the most undesirable update that it will bring is becoming louder each day: iOS 5 will no longer support jailbreak.

Apple will be putting jailbreak and the jailbreak community to an end with the release of iOS 5. This is something that is impossible to happen or something that iDevice fans and users are hoping is not true.

25 innovations to change the world in 2011

By Alexandra Weinstein on May 26, 2011

The tech market is awash with great products that are designed to help people make use of technology more efficiently and conveniently. Companies keep trying to outdo each other by churning out more and more unique products.

Some of these products have become consumer favorites with a good example being the iPad. It was launched and aimed at the tech savvy individual that wants to work more easily and with more style. In 2011, here are some products to keep your eyeballs on to see if the magic can happen again.

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20 Rumors about iPad 3

By Alexandra Weinstein on May 12, 2011

The blogosphere was buzzing yesterday with rumors that an iPad 3 might be on the way in September. That's right, the iPad 2 hasn't officially been announced (though it is reported to be in production), and already people are talking about an iPad 3.

Apple’s second-generation tablet is barely out of its pristinely white box but talk of the iPad 3 is already brewing which will no doubt already have tongues wagging on what the Cupertino company has in store for the next Apple tablet.

With all the iPad 3 news; some Apple fans were questioning whether or not they should hold off on their purchase of the ipad 2, and wait for the iPad 3.  Especially after an unnamed Apple insider stated that the iPad 3 was going to be worth the wait. The iPad 3 is being claimed as a revolution rather than an evolution like the iPad 2; since a lot of features were not released due to complications behind the scenes.

15 Bizarre Uses For Dead Tech Products

By Alexandra Weinstein on May 5, 2011

It's the technological circle of life: company makes tech, consumer buys tech, company makes tech obsolete. In this never-ending trash and upgrade cycle we now find ourselves trapped in, we generate tons of techno-waste every year that usually winds up in a landfill. It's time to change that trend. Your old gadgets are more useful than you'd think.

In this slideshow ahead, you'll find some ideas for recycling tech products by harnessing their overlooked strengths (or "inner beauty," if you like). When you're done looking through them, I'd love to hear more creative uses for old tech in the comments. Enjoy.