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Rumor: iPhone 5 to support any LTE network

One of the main disadvantages of LTE-equipped third-generation iPad is, it is unsuitable for use in high-speed 4G networks around the world. The tablet supports only “American” frequency of 700 MHz and 2100 MHz, and not compatible with either the European or any other network out of the

Samsung introduced World’s first DDR4 16GB RAM

  Worldwide availability of DDR4 RAM modules is expected in the market up to 2014. However, the hardware manufacturers are already on the way to adapt the DDR4 technology to the demands of new computing devices. The Korean company Samsung has introduced the first World’s first DDR4 16GB RAM built on the basis

Google presents live demo of Project Glass Explorer at Google I/O

At the Google I/O San Francisco Summit Google co-founder Sergey Brin, shows a live demonstration of the Project Glass Explorer by video recordings of interactive smart glass. Smart Glass with built-in mini-computer that displays information right on the glass lens. According to Sergey Brin, the first batch of Project Glass Explorer in

The Obama administration preparing renewable energy program

Representatives of the U.S president Obama administration announced yesterday that 36 states, local governments and school districts decided to enter the program Challenge for Better Building launched by U.S. President. The decision was published in Denver, Colorado, where nearly 300 national and local leaders gathered to discuss

Intel announced next generation processors Xeon Phi

Intel Corporation today introduced a new family of high-performance processors called Xeon Phi, which are specially optimized for Supercomputers. Intel’s new chips Xeon Phi will release later this year and the first in this family of processors will be known as the Knights Korner. These chips are targeted

Corning launches Willow Glass : Paper sized Glass

The company Corning introduced a new ultra-thin glass called Willow Glass “Glass willow”, glass thickness is just 100 m. Glass has unprecedented flexibility and is designed primarily for LCD-and OLED- displays. Because of ultra thin and flexible nature of this glass, the devices made with Willow Glass, could be lighter and more flexible . It also means that

Paper with Sound: German scientist developed printable speakers

The Institute for Print and Media Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology developed printable speakers or paper which can speak. Last year, researchers at the Technical University Chemnitz able to place solar cells on printed paper, this year they developed full-featured  paper speaker. In the past two years German

Bioelectronic eyes – coming soon

In 2013, Australian scientists plan to begin trials of the Bioelectronic eyes prototype.The Bioelectronic eyes being developed by Bionic Vision Australia . The technology Bioelectronic eyes is designed to help patients suffering from a hereditary eye disease, to see the surrounding large objects such as buildings and cars. Under the Bioelectronic eyes there implanted

Samsung officially announced Exynos 4412 Quad Core processor

Samsung officially announced the Exynos 4412 SoC four core CPU, 32 nm processor – a lot of energy-saving power, which can be seen in the Samsung “next Galaxy”. Now, Samsung also has its own Quad core processor which used in Galaxy S3 officially. It is a quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor

ARM announced a quad-core Cortex-A15

The British company ARM introduced a processor Cortex-A15 MP4 Hard Macro on the architecture of the new generation Cortex-A15 MPCore. The product is equipped with the Quad-core chips clocked at 2.0 GHz, the first-level cache size of 2 × 32 KB and 2 MB cache in second level. According to