Monthly Archive:: March 2012

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LG to release a flexible “electronic paper”

LG has started mass production of flexible displays for “book readers”, says blog Engadget. The screens will form an image on the technology of electronic ink (e-ink). Unlike most modern screen e-ink, the product will not be used LG glass and plastic substrate. It looks like a “protective

HTC One X vs. LG Optimus 4X HD comparison

Now a days almost everyone has a flagship chip with four cores. Thus, their “monsters” have already submitted including Huawei , LG , ZTE and HTC . The flagship Samsung Galaxy S3 is also not far off. powerful gadget lovers with such diversity is not easy to

Rumor: Google plans to release Universal comments system for Sites

Google is reportedly planning to release their own comments system for sites, very similar to facebook comments for website. New Google comments will be part of Google+ project and other Google products.   Google’s comment system – a further step towards the universal comment service: Tech blogger WD Saud

Sony to install front camera on the inside of the screen

Standard front camera is a small module, which has a circular shape, and is usually located above the display, smartphone or tablet. But what if the camera will be installed inside of the display, and a completely different place? Sony has applied for a patent, which has set the front

Universal USB Installer Create bootable USB Flash Drives

  A new version of Universal-USB-Installer – a program that is designed to create bootable flash drives. After running the application by letter, to which the currently attached USB flash drive. Then select the name of the assembly of Linux, which should be written to the media. List of available

NEC introduces the ultra-thin ORB battery

NEC told the world that is working on a new type of rechargeable batteries, which are much thinner than their predecessors. The company said that the new ORB battery ( Organic Radical Battery ) can be printed on the 0.01-inch plate (0.3 mm). The battery can be integrated into credit cards

Less is more: Google plans to punish Over SEO

Google is apparently planning punishments for websites with over SEO optimized. This suggested, at least Matt Cutts, head of Google’s webspam team at the SXSW conference. The search algorithm could be modified according to even be used in the next few weeks. For webmasters that their sites with a

Pinterest Tracking: How to find out what your content will be pinned

Pinterest is the new darling of the social web and there are also good reasons.Pinterest for example, provides orderly traffic to your website. But that’s because content is actually pinned? With a little trick you can find it out quickly and easily. Pinterest tracking: What are the popular images

Samsung vs. Apple: an end to wars around the Slide2Unlock?

  Today, Samsung has gained a small but important victory in its dispute with Apple about a patent for technology to unlock the device using a virtual runner Slide2Unlock . District Court for the German city of Mannheim postponed a decision in the patent litigation between the

London Underground to hold Wi-Fi for the Olympics

The Greater London Authority (GLA) has given contract to Virgin Media to provide Wi-Fi across 120 underground stations in the occasion of Olympics.   Passengers of the London Underground will be able to go online via Wi-Fi, reports BBC News. Wireless Wi-Fi service working in the subway in July 2012.