[13 Jan 2013 | No Comment | ]
Wonder what new technology trends are coming in 2013. Here is our lost:
The arrival of Haswell
In 2013 we should see the rise of the Haswell micro-processor architecture. Designed by Intel, it will remain based on a fine engraving 22 nm but offer a significant performance gain both on processor and graphics. The interesting thing about Haswell will be found on the side of the power consumption that is expected to make significant progress. Intel suggests a reduction of around 20X standby power via various improvements, including through the introduction Connected …
[17 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]
So… the iPhone 5 was finally announced. Some people (especially Apple fans) were delighted, others were a bit disappointed – after all, the new iPhone is bigger than the old ones, it’s more powerful and armed with better specs, but it doesn’t have any revolutionary or shocking feature. So geeks are wondering if it’ll be able to become one of the best-selling devices on the market, just like its predecessors. I guess it won’t be that easy for the new Apple iPhone to conquer a huge market share this time, …
[16 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]
A trial is a long, expensive and not without risk, companies operating in the United States are also often requested arbitration of the ITC (International Trade Commission) which query processing is faster and which, without replacing the judiciary can be brought to block sales on American soil units which use patents without authorization.
The smartphone manufacturers are regularly call, knowing the potential consequences of stopping the distribution of terminals on the strategic market of the United States. But it is not difficult to make an application, it is necessary that patent …
[16 Sep 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
In presenting its iPhone 5, Apple has broken one of the criteria of the most stable of the iPhone since its inception in 2007: the diagonal of the screen is now 4″ with a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, while the two predecessors operated a 3.5″ screen with 960 x 640 pixels.
This creates extra space on the surface of the screen that can be used to display more information. By default, for current applications, the display is centered, leaving two black stripes at each end.
During the presentation of iPhone …
[14 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]
Apple iPhone cases come in various designs. While some look very trendy and hip, many others are truly business-like. Whenever a new iPhone is launched, case makers too get their act going so as to design the best alluring cases that would attract buyers. Here we have an awesome collection that would for sure make you confused as to which one to spend your money on.
[24 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
The main reason behind this new connector is logical: a reduction in space required for connectors. The current connector is particularly wide (21mm), while the new would be much smaller, with a bonus room to the other components … Or other connections.
Reuters says that Apple would include placing the 3.5 mm jack for audio output in the iPhone, according to two sources familiar with the project. But although this new connector offers advantages, it inherently causes a serious problem for users: already, it is unclear how the user can take …
[6 Jul 2012 | One Comment | ]
There are many gadgets to make life easier and more fun. Our world is full of innovations, and there are new high tech gadgets designed every day to make different aspects of life better. If you are technology savvy, you know that 2012 is no exception to this. The following are just 20 of the top gadgets, in no particular order, that those in-the-know may just need to have.
1. The Sumsang Ultrabook 9
Ultrabooks are a big deal, and they are popping up everywhere. Many are making them, but Samsung seems …
[30 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Another win for Apple, and not least in its war against Samsung: the Cupertino company has just obtained the blocking sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the United States. The California court held that this was because of the resemblance between the terminal of Samsung and the iPad.
“While Samsung is authorized to competition, he has no right to engage in unfair competition by flooding the market with counterfeit products,” wrote Judge Lucy Koh in the document issued by the court. She adds that the arguments are strong enough to …
[7 Jun 2012 | One Comment | ]
Once again Google comes up with a new look for itself. But Google is no purposeless fashionista. The latest change to its tool bar is not for decorative purposes. It may seem like an unnoticeable addition but to those of us who like to consider ourselves permanent residents of the virtual world, it’s a noticeable thing. Especially since this toolbar addition ties into a huge bungle involving Russian email apps and Samsung Androids and phones and possible security loopholes.
On its toolbar (not to be confused with a browser toolbar) Google …