Entries By Tag: Hardware


A peek into the future: smartwatches, drones and virtual reality

May 12, 2015 by AdrianC

So far it looks like that Google and Apple see 2015 as the year of wearable devices, Amazon shows us that flying drones represent the future, and a company named Oculus VR tries to bring to life the unfulfilled dream of the last generation, Virtual Reality. ... read more


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Remember Martin Cooper? - Part 2

Apr 15, 2013 by Adrian

The first call that Martin Cooper made was to his rival, Joel Engel from Bell Labs…

Motorola wasn't the only company that pursued this dream, the engineers from Bell Labs were also trying to create such a device. ... read more


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Remember Martin Cooper? - Part 1

Mar 23, 2013 by Adrian

Alexander Graham Bell created the first telephone in 1876 and although he wasn’t the first to experiment with such a concept, he was the first to obtain a patent for an "apparatus for transmitting vocal or other sounds telegraphically", shortly, the telephone. ... read more


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How to upgrade your smartphone / tablet to Android 4.0 - Part 2

Feb 10, 2012 by DanM

Apart from the gentle way, there's also a hard way to upgrade your smartphone / tablet to the latest version of Android - Android 4.0. However, I don't recommend any of the methods presented in this post if you don't like taking risks! ... read more


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How to upgrade your smartphone / tablet to Android 4.0 - Part 1

Jan 27, 2012 by DanM

This how to presents the steps you need to follow in order to upgrade your smartphone / tablet to the latest version of Android - Android 4.0 (also known as "Ice Cream Sandwich"). ... read more


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The world's first 32nm microprocessor revealed by Intel

Feb 10, 2009 by Doina

In spite of increasing competition, when it comes to microprocessors and chipsets manufacturing, Intel is still one of the big boys, and their new Westmere processor further confirms that they are here to stay. The new generation of microprocessors will accompany Intel's upcoming desktop and notebook systems, and it's expected to display a significant advance in terms of performance.

They will come up with increased performance capabilities in a smaller processor core size, multi chip package with integrated graphics and, most of all, the new generation of 32nm manufacturing technology. Intel will thus provide consumers of personal computer systems with a nearly double processing power and graphics performance. ... read more


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