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Raspberry Launches Pi 3 Model B+ with Better Power and Faster Connectivity

March 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Raspberry celebrated Pi day with the launch of its upgraded model, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. Despite bearing closer resemblance with the predecessor, the Pi 3 Model B+ comes upgraded with better power, making it the fastest miniature PC in the lineup. The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ features the same CPU that was […]

Remote Wireless Charging Soon to Be a Reality, thanks to New Technology

December 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have heard a lot about true wireless charging that lets you charge device without any physical contact unlike in the case of the existent technology. Many concepts have been talked about regarding the same, most of which have though failed to conceptualize. However, some of them have succeeded with the trial runs, and among […]

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 to Boost Performance by 25% Over Predecessor

December 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has officially unveiled its latest flagship SoC during the Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii. The Snapdragon 845, which will make its way onto flagships by 2018, features a 25% boost in performance over the previous flagship from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm hasn’t altered the ARM Cortex design for its new SoC. Like the […]

DxO Detachable Smartphone Camera is Finally Showing Up for Android

December 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users have been long waiting for the arrival of the detachable camera from DxO. The wait now appears to be cut-short as DxO has finally decided to make its camera available, although not officially. The DxO smartphone camera for Android will be launched through an early access program run by the company through which […]

Gboard Now Has Support for Over 100 Languages; New Sticker Packs Soon

November 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gboard, the central keyboard app for Android from Google, has underwent a slew of upgrades over the past few months. Google is continuing the process by hitting the app with a new update to hand over features including support for new languages. Until now, Google has been offering a distinct app for inputting those languages […]

Motorola Self-Healing Display Patent Gives Hopes to Cracked Screens

August 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Almost everyone out there must have experienced dropping their phone at least once and seeing its screen develop cracks.  The trouble seems to be easing, with Motorola filing a patent for a smartphone display that has the ability to heal itself. Going by what folks at Slashgear have found, the patent filed by the smartphone […]

USB’s Latest Avatar Offers Double Data Speeds with the Same Cable

July 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

USB 3.0 at its time was a big revolution, but the standards have been progressing so quickly that it had to an extent become inadequate for many. That’s why we have the introduction of the latest USB standard: the USB 3.2. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has just revealed the latest entry, giving a glimpse […]

Intel May Give Thunderbolt the Go Universal Push with CPU Integration

May 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thunderbolt is still confined to Macs. However, it might soon be changing as the high-speed USB technology is about to go universal as per Intel’s plans. Revealing its intentions to spread the technology across multiple devices, Intel has announced that it’s planning to integrate Thunderbolt 3 into future processors from the company. This will be […]

Sony’s New SF-G SD Cards are the World’s Fastest

February 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony has just brought in its new lineup of SD cards which comes with a trait that users demand the most; blazing transfer speed. The new SF-G cards are not just impressively speedy, but are also the ones claimed to be the world’s fastest by the manufacturer. The SF-G cards is touted to be clocking […]

Magic LeaP Prototype Leaked; CEO Rules Out Lack of Progression

February 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like what could have been rather an exciting leak has now turned out to be something that has raised many eyebrows. The potential prototype of Magic Leap’s secretive augmented reality has now leaked, and it looks like the most inconvenient AR device we have seen until now. The so-called prototype that was leaked […]

Xiaomi Eyeing Top Tier Spot with In-House Processors

February 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chinese mobile manufacturer Xiaomi has already set big ambitions, and it is now pushing the limits with a new endeavor. If reports are to be believed, Xiaomi is focusing on a new area of expertise which should make them join the list of limited smartphone vendors from around the globe. That’s because their new focus […]

Apple to Augment Intel Chips in Mac with In-House Processors

February 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is planning to introduce a new chip to the Mac devices that will be built in-house. But that shouldn’t end Apple’s love story with the chips from Intel as Apple’s new in-house processor will not be entirely replacing the Intel processors that have been in for years in Mac. Instead, the company will be […]

Asus’ Raspberry Pi Rival Comes Better Equipped with Power

January 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Compact stick computing boards like Raspberry Pi have created decent curiosity among many. But often might have one playing around with a Raspberry felt a narrow missing in terms of the power delivered. You can’t expect the small computers to perform like a powerful desktop, yet but there still exists a power-gap, which is exactly […]

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