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“Safe” Galaxy Note 7 Explodes to Shame Samsung, Injures User and Destroys Apple’s Macbook Pro Eventually

Samsung boils in hot water as the last week was quite “Unpleasant” for the company due to fatal explosions of its new flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 7. After a number of incidents and loud cries from Note 7 users, Samsung decided to recall the nasty units by launching Replacement Campaign worldwide. The users took a [...]

New Hydrophobic screens will make the drops bounce and clean the dirt

No need to afraid of the water on wind screen or mobile screen,  it will now repelled. The hydrophobicity ensure that the screens can be used after getting wet.   Recent years have brought great advances in regard to water resistance of electronic devices. A great example is the evolution of Samsung Galaxy S5 to the Samsung Galaxy [...]

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CES 2013: SDXC 256 GB Memory Card and Faster CompactFlash Media

The Consumer Electronics Show ( CES 2013 ) traditionally Move in Las Vegas also with the memory card manufacturer with numerous innovations. By Lexar this year is the first 256-gigabyte card in the SDXC format. For a copy of the Professional 600x series, the manufacturer guarantees in UHS-I enabled readers minimum transfer speeds of 90 MB / s To write speed. The Class-10-certification promises only [...]

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CES 2013: 2.5 inch 1 TB Hard Drive with 7200 r / Min Presented

In external housing brings the higher speed of the 1-TB drive just a little extra speed. The internal use of one profits but probably shorter access times.  Picture: HGST So far the range of 1-TB hard drives for notebooks manageable and also limited to drives with 5400 U / min. At the starters just in Las Vegas [...]

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CES 2013: 10 Gb Per Second, Afterburner for USB 3.0

At CES 2013,  an update to the USB 3.0 specification will double the speed of 5 to 10 Gb / s.According to plans, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced that you do not need any new connectors, protocols and drivers. Even though from a backward compatibility with previous USB 3.0 devices and hubs are mentioned, [...]

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A730 is 27 inch Touch All-In-One

A few years ago there was 21-inch monitors, then 24 and now 27. Increasingly large, which makes sense given the evolution of technology.  The Lenovo IdeaCentre A730 follows to the letter: It is 27-inch All-in-one with touch capabilities.

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Silent CPU Fan is 3 mm Flat – Video

Yet, Silent CPU Fan is only a research project – but one that has already been licensed to a major manufacturer of cooling systems for computers. General Electric is moving air without rotors using piezoelectric. It looks at first glance like a Peltier element , one of the well-functioning cooling method for processors which could never prevail in the mass market [...]

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Logitech Launches New Keyboard and Trackpad for Mac

Via press release today, Logitech has just announced the expansion of its line for Mac with the launch of two new products: The Logitech Bluetooth keyboard Easy-Switch for Mac, iPad and iPhone and Trackpad Pack for Mac . The Trackpad is similar to that presented this year for Windows 8. 

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MediaTek Launches World’s First Quad-Core Chip Cortex-A7

Today MediaTek company officially unveiled the world’s first ARM-chip quad-core Cortex-A7 -  MT6589. The chip offers great opportunities for mobile devices while power efficient and inexpensive compared to the development of competitors. Chip made on 28-nanometer process, offers support simultaneous operation of two SIM-cards in the networks of the second and third generation (UMTS Rel. 8/HSPA + / TD-SCDMA) [...]

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How Do you Punish your Computer for Behaving Badly? Please Answer

Today Morning – I do not know, why an Amazing Question Spark in my mind. Perhaps the reason for this question is the Article that I write some days ago, i.e. Robots Have Started to Learn by Example or the article in which the future of A.I is Predicted. If  Computer have Emotions /Understand Human Emotions and Getting Closer [...]

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World’s First Block 480G mSATA Interface Solid State Drive Was Born

To access the computer data in solid-state hard disk, there are many models in the market.we usually think of the solid-state hard drive and are generally suitable for installation in the greater appearance of size notebook or desktop use 2.5-inch SSD.But if we want this solid-state hard disk to installed in the ultra-thin or appearance design [...]

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Apple and Especially Android are Killing Microsoft

Want to envision an incredible chart? It’s right on top of this post and it shows the increase and fall of laptop platforms (including mobile) as a proportion of overall market share from 1975 to 2012.

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