Our computers are already pretty good at alerting us to things that happen on the internet or on their own hard drives, mainly through the use of pop-ups. We all know what can often happen, however … we get rid of those pesky notifications in order to finish up what we’re currently doing, and then forget about them until we’re logging off. A physical flashing light attached to the computer, however, would be harder to…"The blink(1) is a programmable LED indicator light, that plugs into a computer’s USB port"
Karbonn has come into the league of elite companies in India. It has launched a series of Android smartphones in India. But this time it has launched a 7 inch tablet – Smart Tab 1 in India Smart Tab 1 runs on the latest Android 4.0 ICS. The cost of the mobile is Rs 6,990 (INR) in India. The tablet is powered by 1.2 GHz X-Burst single core processor. It has a 2 megapixel camera…"Karbonn launched a series of Android smartphones in India"
Spectators turned out in their hundreds to witness the light show that marked the climax of the inauguration of Europe’s tallest building, the 309.6-m (1016-ft) Shard in London. A dozen emerald-green laser beams emanated from the Shard to pick out iconic landmarks including the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Tower Bridge. The tower’s 95 floors were lit up with color-changing lighting, and 30 search lights flared outwards and upwards from surrounding buildings. “All Hail…"The London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Tower Bridge"
The inclusion of a floating lamp, bed or just about any appropriately-sizedhousehold object in a room is almost certain to be received with open-mouthed wonder and demand closer inspection from the curious minds of young and old alike. Add the wireless transfer of power into the mix and you’re guaranteed to have a winner. Such is the case with 18 year-old Chris Rieger’s LevLight. It’s not exactly huge, doesn’t break any new ground in a…"Engineering Student Chris Rieger has Spent the last 6 months building his LevLight system"
Dell has launched a new ultrabook into the market called Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook. It is a 14 inch ultrabook that is powered by i5/i7 3rd generation processor. There is also an option for NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M. The ultrabook has a strong Aluminium casing for protection of the device against wear and tear. It also hasstrong back lit keyboard that provides lighting to the keyboard in the dark for proper typing. Dell XPS 14…"Price, Features And Specifications of Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook"
Samsung has announced a new phone into the market. Its called Samsung Galaxy Chat B5330. This phone from Samsung is a Touch and Type Android phone. The phone has a QWERTY keypad meant for easy typing. The new Samsung Galaxy Chat B5330 has a 3 inch capacitive touch screen. One great thing about the phone is that it comes with the latest version of Android that is Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich. The phone…"Price, Features And Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Chat B5330"
Two Windows based phones is all set to be released by Nokia. Nokia these days is fully concentrated on Lumia range of handsets. It has already done advertising and brand promotion for the Lumia range on smartphones on every possible media available. The launch of Nokia Lumia 610 and Nokia Lumia 900 is one of the dream launches as promised by Nokia. It would either make or break the Windows based phones from Nokia. There…"Nokia Lumia 610 And Nokia Lumia 900 Launched In India"
Israeli photovoltaics developer bSolar has developed a double-sided solar cell it claims can boost the energy yields of solar panels by up to 50 percent when installed vertically, or by between 10 and 30 percent in more typical installations. The “bifacial” cells rely on a back surface field (BSF) of boron rather than aluminum, which bSolar claims not only allows for an open rear face but also increases the efficiency at the front of the…"Israeli photovoltaics developer bSolar has developed a double-sided solar cel"
Bacteria such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) can not only cause potentially lethal infections, but they are also unaffected by commonly-available antibiotics. Even when it comes to bacteria that can be more easily controlled, we are still constantly being warned about the danger of them becoming antibiotic-resistant. Now, however, researchers have discovered a new antiobiotic-free method of killing bacteria including MRSA … and it’s based on semiconductor technology. Chemists at IBM Research in Almaden, California…"IBM’s ‘ninja polymers’ are capable of killing antibiotic-resistant bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus"
Going wireless usually involves some level of compromise and with Bluetooth earphones like anything else, it’s a question of whether the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. Does the convenience of cutting the cord trump the potential downside of a Bluetooth audio experience? We’ve been spending time with Plantronics BackBeat GO wireless earbuds in an effort to find out.Single-ear Bluetooth headsets designed for taking calls have long been a staple product, but the technology has been slow…"Single-ear Bluetooth headsets designed for taking calls have long been a staple product,Plantronics BackBeat GO wireless earbuds"