Hardware

Digital Memory: Molecular-Sized Switches

November 3, 2011, By George Lang

Computers and other digital devices (e.g., tablets and smartphones) use digital memory to operate and to store information. They depend on simple on/off switches to store bits of data that can then be manipulated by the processor to perform millions of productive tasks in very short periods of time. How much memory will fit on a given size chip […]

ST-Ericsson NovaThor Coming to Future Nokia Windows Phone Devices

November 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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By next year, Qualcomm will not be the only one to provide chips for the Windows Phone platform. Nokia has decided to use ST-Ericsson’s NovaThor platform for at least some of their future Windows Phone devices. ST-Ericsson’s NovaThor family includes three dual-core chips at the moment, the U9500 flagship, as well as the U8500 and […]

Apple MacBook Pro to Arrive with Processor Bump in Late 2011

October 24, 2011, By Leo Xavier

It appears like Apple will focus on the processor speed for the late 2011 release of their MacBook Pro. The latest rumor suggests that the company’s 15 and 17 inch models would come with an upgrade of 200MHz to the refreshed Intel Core i7. According to 9to5mac, the company will bring out the entry 15 […]

Cheaper Chips Round the Bend as Thin Film and Xerox PARC Join Hands

October 22, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Thin Film Electronics ASA has entered into a partnership with Xerox PARC, which would enable them to add computing to Thin Film circuits. Thin Film is already well known for making disposable memory chips that are used in toys. With the partnership, the company will be able to provide thin and disposable tracking tags as […]

Samsung-Driven A5 Processor Sits Pretty Inside Apple iPhone 4S

October 19, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s a fact that Apple and Samsung are in constant battle – in different courts in different countries. But then, did you know the heart of the iPhone 4S – the A5 processor – has been made by Samsung? We know you find it hard to digest, but that’s the truth! Samsung’s technology drives the […]

Apple iPhone 4S Comes with Key Design and Component Changes

October 17, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Many Apple fans were not at all impressed with the newly unveiled iPhone 4S. Although the device does come with good hardware upgrades and new features, those who were waiting eagerly for an awesome iPhone 5 were disappointed. Some are saying that it will be hard for Apple to stay at the topmost position on […]

Intel Chips to Shelter in Apple MacBook

September 16, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The world’s largest chip-maker will be seen inside the Cupertino based company, Apple. Intel’s next generation chip is expected to merge with one of Apple’s major OS X technology. This convergence is being made to give root to gaming and financial applications, and we might be blessed with a more powerful MacBook Air in the […]

HP Touchpad Costs $307 to Make; 3G iPad 2 Built for Less

July 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Do you know how much it costs to make the HP Touchpad? An amount of $306.65, to be precise! When compared to a 3G iPad 2, it costs $17 more to make a 16GB Wi-Fi model, while a 32GB version costs $328.65. Now, this doesn’t cover marketing, research, and all the other factors that go […]

Apple Ups Wintek iPad and iPhone Touch Panel Orders

June 29, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are going to see a lot more of Apple these coming days. The latest we get to hear about the company relates to Cupertino’s move on increasing their order placed with Wintek for iPad and iPhone touch panels. Devices like the iPhone, according to Digitimes, have grown to reach around 2.4 million to 2.6 […]

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