[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 …
[16 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]
In 2007, Pew Internet embarked on a study that attempted to classify American technology users into 10 different and distinct groups. Each broad category was developed in conjunction with three dimensions that greatly influenced why they use technology. These three A’s that lead to their adoption of information and communications technology (ICT) are as follows:
Of course, virtually any technology user anywhere around the globe (and in this context, Americans), regardless of how heavy or light his or her tech dependence is, would not be able to use any gadget or …
[6 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]
Each country and each city has its unique places to see-castles, mountains, museums, traditions and of course, bridges. Today, bridges are the signs of development. It magnificently unites technology and architecture. Several of these are fabulous. They represent a true tradition of classic engineering potential and the unique feat of modern engineering. In the modern age, bridges are more spectacular than ever before.
[26 Mar 2012 | 5 Comments | ]
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is expected to be another major success from the electronics giant, and there are a lot of good reasons to believe that is true. The company has proven that they can make some pretty impressive handsets, and both of the previous Galaxy S flagships are among the best-selling Android devices on the market.
A quad core processor and more than 1.5 GB of RAM
The Galaxy S3 should bring a lot of new stuff to the table to be able to outmatch the current leaders, and there are …
[21 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]
Once you’ve invested your time and energy in creating viral content you want it to spread as far and as fast as possible. The most important metric is the K-factor (or contagion rate) – that is: how many other people does each host infect. For viral growth you need a K-factor of at least 1.4.
Leaving it to chance isn’t going to work – people don’t share everything that they encounter any more, there’s just far too much content for that to happen organically. But there are things you can do …
[5 Dec 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
Teachers have been embracing technology whole-heartedly in attempts to engage a student audience that is used to constantly being entertained. Simply playing a movie isn’t enough to catch the classroom’s attention anymore. Today’s students need to be able to actively interact with their methods of learning in order to be able to focus on it and really absorb the concepts.
1. Steve Rayburn was one of the earliest teachers to use Twitter in the classroom. He gained fame in the education world for having his students write tweets from Dante’s …
[9 Jun 2011 | No Comment | ]
The new LG A165 is a new low price Dual SIM phone with multimedia.The new LG A165 comes with a features like Mp3 player, FM Radio with schedule FM recording and VGA Camera.LG A165 Dual SIM phone sports 5.1 cms TFT display, 2 GB of expandable memory, video recording, Bluetooth, Java, games and mobile tracker. Weighing 81 grams LG A165 is powered by 950 mAh battery.
LG A165 Features and Specs:
Dimension: 110 x 47.5 x 14.1 cms
MicroSD card slot for up to 2GB
Bluetooth, USB Data connectivity
[20 Jan 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
Technology.am (Jan 20, 2010) — Washington: Scientists are by means of electric fields manipulating the property of electrons identified as “spin” to store up data everlastingly, which might not just develop random access memory (RAM) in computers, it can in addition transform the next generation of electronic devices.
The group of scientists consist of researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) in Germany and the French research facility CNRS, south of Paris.
The latest type of memory exploits an occurrence called “tunnel magneto resistance” or TMR. Two thin layers of a magnetic …
[13 Jan 2010 | 7 Comments | ]
Technology.am (Jan 13, 2010) — In a move to demonstrate to its 350 million members that it’s serious about their protection, Facebook has launched a joint venture with security firm McAfee: six months of McAfee’s Internet Security Suite software, a discount subscription following that, and custom security software and education materials on Facebook.
“Facebook is applying all financial incentives from this partnership to the benefit of its users and will not be taking a share of any profits from user subscriptions,” a release explained. McAfee has also developed a free means …