Hardware

T-Mobile CellSpot is a Network-Extender for the Indoors

November 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
CellSpot

We all have gone through the torrid experience of seeing our signals dropping when entering our home or when inside a specific room like in your basement. Those are times we wish if there was a signal-booster for network signals, like you having a Wi-Fi extender for boosting the wireless data signals. Luckily, we are […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 to Reunite Flagship Series with Qualcomm

October 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Galaxy

The in-house Exynos chipset was something that rocked the smartphone capabilities in Samsung Flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6. With combined octa-core powers, Exynos 7420 was rated the fastest smartphone chipset on this planet by both geeks and the benchmarks. With that said, we definitely expected that Samsung would stick with the same chipset technology for its […]

Canon Prototype Camera Show with 250MP Sensor

September 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
canoncmossensor

What’s it that could embarrass technology? If there’s one answer for that, then it has to be technology itself; or more precisely, the progress of technology. Just take the instance of cameras. We once had cameras that bragged 5MP sensors as the key-highlight. But today, those might not even satisfy your selfie-requirements. The current benchmark […]

Snapdragon 820: Kryo Revelation and Stellar Benchmark Performance

September 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
snapdragon

Qualcomm had been a bit hesitant in revealing the upcoming chipset all at once. They have been throwing us only the bits and pieces of what’s making their upcoming Snapdragon 820 chipset. The latest to get revealed is the Kryo CPUs, which will form the heart for their heterogeneous architecture. After the insights about GPU/ISP and […]

Skylake Could be the Best Ever Processors from Intel

September 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
intel

It’s hard to find the right poise between PCs and tablets these days. With the heavy influx of smartphone technologies, the PC world is undergoing a sudden dip, which is expected be around 10% this year. But Intel, the end-word for computing technologies, is stepping up to raise the graph for PCs. At Santa Clara, […]

BBC Micro Bit Final Design Revealed; to Power One Million Kids

July 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
microBit2

BBC has come up with the final and full-fledged design of its pocket-sized computer, which would be heading out to about one million kids this October. Named Micro Bit, the device is made to encourage kids with the learning of coding, as well as come up with their own coding pieces for being programmed into […]

CHIP, the Cheapest Computer in the World, is Now Up for Crowdfunding

May 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
CHIP

Ever thought of a computer that costs just one tenth of the so-called cheap tablets? That’s what a group named Next Thing Co. wants to offer; a computer at the price, or even less than what a thumb drive or memory card could cost. Named the CHIP, this computer is an essential computing machine that […]

Eyefi New Mobi Pro Wi-Fi SD Card Comes Big, Lets You Decide What to Transfer

March 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
eyefimobipro

Smartphones these days enjoy tech brilliance compared to the regular cameras. But the professional shutterbugs  still would vouch for the cameras. The dedicated photo snapping devices have taken things far ahead indeed. Among the innovations are the latest crop of Wireless SD cards. Not quite a big-hit among casual photo lovers for its hefty price-tag, […]

AMD Carrizo SoC Revealed; Emphasis on Energy Efficiency

February 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
amd-carrizo-2

It’s often tough in the modern day computing world to find a balance between performance and battery life. Things have turned out to be a matter of prioritization. When we were up for the news that AMD is revealing their new SoC, we all thought the tech giants to follow the path of Intel by […]

The Egg Personal Server Easily Fits Your Pocket

October 21, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
The Egg

Issues that dog data security have turned out to be a concern. Not anymore. A startup called Eggcyte could act as barrier to such issues by mooting preference for a personal storage cloud. Eggcyte has come up with a perky little device called The Egg, which could the perfect personal cloud server for the worrying […]

Making the Impossible Possible: IBM Develops Human Brain-Inspired Chips

August 12, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
TrueNorth2

In the modern world, humans do possess broader capabilities at the tip of their fingertips thanks to the advancement of technology. However, even after the massive evolution of technology has happened, we sometimes actually go the extra bit to copy our inherent capabilities into the technology we boast about. It has also been a fact […]

IBM Roped in by Darpa to Make Self Destructing Chips

February 6, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
ibm

You have known all about chips and their different makes. What if you encounter self-destructing chips now? Technology giant IBM has been roped in by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, aka Darpa to create such chips. Darpa is learned to have paid IBM £3.4m to go about undertaking the project. The amount has been […]

LaCie Culbuto USB Key Bobs like Roly Poly Toy When Not in Use

January 9, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
culbuto

A couple of day s ago we told you about a variety of LaCie innovations that were heading for the CES 2014 show. Adding to the list, the company has now brought on one more. The new LaCie Culbuto that has hopped on to the CES  showcase is an USB key designed by French designer […]

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