IBM Roped in by Darpa to Make Self Destructing Chips

February 6, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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

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 […]

LaCie Innovations Set to Entice CES Visitors; 3 Devices to Hit Showcase

January 7, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are at CES 2014, you would be amazed at the new LaCie innovations showcased there. The company has brought to the show three new rigs that promise to charm you. One of them, christened LaCie Fuel, comes across as a portable wireless hard drive. The device brings in 1TB of untethered external storage […]

Motorola Project Ara Lets Users Try Their Hand at Smartphone Customization

October 30, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Right from trying out the variety of ringtones to changing wall papers, and more, you have done all that.  It’s human nature to explore the tech aspects of gadgets once they are our own. Motorola  seems to be tapping that nature of tech enthusiasts. A new project launched by the company will aid smartphone users […]

Project Mighty Digital Pen and Napoleon Ruler Herald Adobe Hardware Foray

September 21, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe seems to be following the lead of Google and Microsoft, and is said to be ready with their first ever hardware product. If all goes well, the foray of the creative software company into hardware market is expected to happen in the next year. The company has announced two hardware products – its Project […]

Intel to Focus on Mobile Tech at IDF

September 7, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The global PC market is continuously shrinking, and that’s what recent reports and analysts tell us. So it may not come as a surprise when many tech giants shift their focus on other business areas. As a leading chip maker, Intel is now pushing hard to make a place in the mobile technology scenario. Intel’s […]

In a World of Kings, Google Looks to be Emperor with the Smart Watch

September 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumors against the upcoming smart watch from the tech giant Google have been doing the rounds in the tech news space. In fact, the grapevine buzz has been floating in this space for over a year now. It is in this scenario that the company officially confirmed its forthcoming smart watch  last week, and may […]

Wii U Zelda-themed Console Surfaces; No Confirmation Yet

September 3, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

How about a new game-themed Wii U for now? A trailer that highlights the Hero mode in ‘The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker’ has thrown up some clues about a Zelda- themed Wii U console. The teaser of the recently announced Hero mode in fact shows a black Wii U gaming console with The […]

Apple iPhone 5S Rumors Hint at Presence of 12 MP Camera

April 16, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Rumors regarding the next generation iPhone have been popping up with more and more information being doled out about the handset. The latest one suggests that the next iPhone – expected to be named the iPhone 5S – will sport a 12-megapixel camera. Folks at Vietnamese site Tinhte.vn say that the iPhone 5S’s camera would […]

Intel Thunderbolt Tech Falcon Ridge to Facilitate 20Gbps Data Transfer

April 10, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As the inventions of fire and the wheel have revolutionized the ancient world, it’s the constant advancement in communication that is shaping up the modern world. The communications field has undergone a complete transformation and Intel has been in the forefront of it for decades now. Their latest contribution is the upcoming Falcon Ridge that […]

Windows Blue and Haswell Chips Might Come to Ultrabooks

March 25, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ultrabooks with Intel’s upcoming Haswell chips will possibly also be integrated with Windows Blue. Haswell would be Intel’s next-generation mainstream processor and the company would be setting them free in June. The processors are meant to power ultrabooks as well as a variety of hybrid devices that walk the line between tablet and laptop designs. […]

TSMC Speculated to Work on Apple A7 Processors

March 16, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The chips that are needed to power up future iPhones and iPads are being readied by Apple and its manufacturing partners. We would probably see one of the next-generation processor getting into form later this month. According to a report, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, or TSMC, will supposedly tape out Apple’s A7 chip this month. […]

No More Scratches with Sapphire Mobile Screens

March 5, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gorilla Glass is tough. Gorilla Glass 2 is tougher. But Sapphire screen  is virtually indestructible. Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 had a stall that showed off the strength of the Sapphire screen. It can apparently withstand almost all damages that might occur to one’s phone in everyday life. But is it commercially viable? At this […]

Qualcomm RF360 Chip Set to Move You Towards a 4G Phone Era

February 23, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Everyone knows that a 4G network now has area-wise restrictions that limit its potential considerably. Once the handset is moved out of a particular region, the network downgrades to 3G or 2G according to the network’s availability. But to eradicate this crisis once and for all, Qualcomm has been working hard and they have indeed […]

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