Raspberry Pi’s Latest Computing Stick for Developers Comes with  

January 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A lot might be aware of the tiny little computing sticks offered by Raspberry that has become the companion at schools and homes. But apart from consumer-oriented chips, Raspberry also offers separate batch of its computing sticks that caters to industries and developers: the Raspberry Pi Compute Module. The line-up is now getting refreshed with […]

Samsung’s Third-Gen Gear VR Headsets Likely to Rope in Augmented Reality

December 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether or not Augmented Reality will form the cornerstone of future technology is still a matter that is open to debate. Initial impressions of Magic Leap got fainted with the company reaching nowhere in terms of its optical technology development. As with Microsoft Hololens, the hefty price tag of $3000 makes it out of reach […]

Amazon Snowmobile Semi-Truck is One Huge Hard Drive for Uploading Bulk Data to Servers

December 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon Web Services, the cloud services from the e-retail giant, is getting a huge addition, and it’s huge literally. Called the Snowmobile, this semi-truck introduction from Amazon is actually a mobile data center that will handle massive amount of data uploads and transfers to the cloud. Obviously, this cloud storage service is not for your […]

Qualcomm Reveals Quick Charge 4.0; Will Debut with Snapdragon 835

November 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has just revealed some glimpses of its new Snapdragon 835 processor that will arrive by first half, next year. Alongside, the chip manufacturer has also revealed its upgraded charging technology, the Quick Charge v4.0 that will be paired with the new SoC. Like promised, Qualcomm has managed to offer a faster charging technology in […]

Jamboard is Google’s Take on Microsoft’s Giant Whiteboard

October 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s no big secret that Google wants to get its name highlighted in the hardware front in a big scale. We saw the onset of this development with Google’s re-branding of the Nexus into Pixel, and this has been followed by a series of hardware launches from the company. Some of them formed a class […]

Qualcomm Details Its New Range of Gigabit LTE/5G Modems

October 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

 We already know that works on 5G have been going on at steady pace across the world. It’s now just a matter of time before we embrace the new-gen communication technology. But that hasn’t stopped the industry leaders from rolling out the compatible gears for Gigabit LTE, and the 5G technology once it comes out. […]

Western Digital Finally Returns to SSD Foray, Thanks to SanDisk Acquisition

October 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was quite a surprise that Western Digital stood away from the solid state drive field despite having their name imprinted on top among the physical storage industry. Anyway, the company is clearing that blemish now with the launch of two new customer-centric SSDs. The new WD Green and WD Blue range of SSDs are […]

BeagleBone Black Gets Wi-Fi, Yet Fails to Catch the Leaders

October 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Computing sticks are available aplenty in markets today. Yet, it’s always the name of Raspberry that echoes among the most when it comes to a handy computing stick. BeagleBone emerged as one stiff competitor with its BeagleBone Black stick, and now the company is further upping the ante with a slight update for its computing […]

Google Hardware-Centered Event will also Unveil a New WiFi Router

September 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google will be showing up on stage to present a range of hardware products in under a fortnight from now. What we knew so far was about the Pixel smartphones, Google Home – the Amazon Echo rival, and the 4K Chromecast device. But the list doesn’t here it seems. According to a new report, Google […]

OWC Drive Dock is a Must for Video, Photo Professionals

September 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A fresh version of the OWC Drive Dock is here and it boasts USB 3.1 Gen 1 connectivity. Complete with speeds up to 434 MB/s, two drive bays (each supporting 2.5 or 3.5-inch drives) and an internal auto-switching power supply, the new device comes across as a must buy. In fact, going by what we […]

Apple Watch 2 Likely to Rope in Bigger Batter and Thinner Display

September 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is expected to launch its Apple Watch successor in its upcoming event on September 7 that will showcase the iPhone 7 device under the limelight. Now ahead of the official launch, reports are bearing the leaked components from Apple Watch 2, which indicates that the successor will come out with a thinner display and […]

Google Keyboard Finally has Some Colors to Offer

July 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users can finally have their Google Keyboard in shades other than material light and material dark. Google has finally given up on the duo-tone of Google Keyboard, and is now adding new colors to it. The addition comes with the new update for Google Keyboard, version 5.1, that’s now available on Google Play Store. […]

Samsung UFS Memory Sticks Shown, Potential Successor to MicroSDs

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The memory stick evolution hit a pause button ever since microSD cards started to flourish across gadgets and devices. But soon, it may be given a run again as Samsung has now revealed the world’s first Universal Flash Storage card, shortly UFS, cards which could replace the microSD in the near future. Samsung’s UFS cards […]

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear Chips are for Targeted Wearables

June 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After keeping itself busy in the smartphone segment with the launch of its flagship chipset and mid-range chipsets, Qualcomm is taking a break by moving away into the wearable segment. During the Computex event held in Taipei, Taiwan, the chipset manufacturer has brought under the limelight its new chipset for wearable devices, called the Snapdragon […]

Google Keyboard for iOS with Search Engine Features under Development

March 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cross-platform keyboards are getting pushed in everywhere. Earlier this year, Microsoft was reported to have been working on a Windows Phone keyboard app for Android OS. Now, Google is said to be developing a keyboard for the iOS platform. Now each of them comes with some unique features. Just like Microsoft had a focus on […]

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