Nokia releases Livesight in update to HERE Maps, only available on Windows Phone 8 Around half a year ago, Nokia had promised an advanced version of its City Lens app, and has now delivered with an update for HERE Maps for Windows Phone 8 users called Livesight, using which you can explore local features like [...]
Samsung to offer 5G services by 2020, reports of exceeding 1Gbps in downlink data transfer tests Although 4G technology or LTE (Long Term Evolution) is still quite new and exciting, research has been going on full throttle to bring in newer, faster and more reliable wireless data transfer technology as early as possible all across [...]
Google working on replacing Passwords with Hardware Identification based Passkeys Passwords have been in existence in the computing world right from the beginning. In the past we have seen USB drives used as passkeys for logging into Windows 7, primarily to reset forgotten passwords. However, entirely phasing out passwords from local as well as web [...]
Samsung’s 13.3-inch, 275 ppi, 3,200 x 1,800 LCD Green Panels to be shipped in weeks Samsung’s much awaited enchanting Retina quality LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panels are slated to be available on notebook PCs as well as desktop computers in a matter of weeks! In its recent launch event, the technology giant offered a demo [...]
Internet giant Google and buyout specialists Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., have teamed up to purchase 4 photovoltaic power plants in California
Here are some of the best recent articles on technology which range from mobile app trends, technology terms to new battery charging devices
How many people already own an iPad and who is planning or hoping to get one this holiday season? Target will now sell the Apple iPad.
Verizon leaked to Engadget that they will start to implement tiered data pricing plans and drop unlimited data as an option for their network.
Current Blu-Ray discs are able to handle 50gb of data per side, but with multi-layer blu-ray discs capacities of 128GB are around the corner.
Google is developing a fiber to the home broadband pilot in a few pocket area's that will bring up to 1 gigabit internet speeds to between 50k and 500k users.
Just when you thought that tape medium, one of the oldest medium to store data was antiquated, they keep coming up with new innovative ways to extend it use.
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