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Can White Space Revolutionize the Wi-Fi Technology?

With the increasing numbers of devices using Wi-Fi, as well as bandwidth requirements for web-based applications, the current commercially available wireless technology is falling behind. The launch of gadgets like Google Chromebooks, has made consumers slowly embrace the principle of online-only activities. Moreover, other cloud-based services from Amazon, Microsoft and Apple are steadily becoming the status-quo. But while software innovations […]

     
 
 

How to Make Your Computer Data Live Forever

How to Make Your Computer Data Live Forever

Guest post by Monique Shefer. The way we work, play and interact has changed radically in the last decade. These changes are reflected in the rise of user created content, the ubiquitous use of software as a service and the growth of cloud storage. These things are merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg. They mark the beginning of a […]

     
 
 

Homomorphic Encryption- An Introduction

The phrase Homomorphic Encryption might sound heavy, specially if you are hearing it for the first time, but its whole purpose is to simplify your database and information solutions. Let’s try to understand the term better before getting to know all about it. Homomorphic encryption alludes to an encryption where plain texts and cipher texts both are treated with an […]

     
 
 

Intel to Launch 3D Transistors enabled Atom Chip Architecture

Intel has announced the launch of one of the most resourceful chip designs with the all new Atom chip architecture.  This latest chip will be named “Silvermont” and is due to be released in the market by 2013 which will be the best architecture in the new transistor structures. These advanced transistor structures will be instrumental in adding a new […]

     
 
 

4 Reasons Organizations Use R for Data Analysis

Guest post by Adam Green. “Analytics” is a real buzzword these days. Whether you’re a marketer, a webmaster, or a CFO, you need data to stay competitive. And now that the tools used to gather data are more widely available and user-friendly than ever, there’s really no excuse not to use them. Many are even free. Google Analytics, for example, […]

     
 
 

Google Chrome – Top 5 New Features Expected Soon

The race to become the world’s top browser and get as many internet users on-board has left world-class developers think, work and execute better than ever before. Mozilla, Google and Microsoft have all pulled up their socks and are rearing to win the race for supremacy as far as the most popular browser is concerned. Mozilla soon after announcing its […]

     
 
 

Multi-core Chips Turn Smartphones into Superphones

Multi-core Chips Turn Smartphones into Superphones

Guest post by Dinesh V. K. The challenge perceived by the communication industry in the near future, is to put PC-like computing power and various other facilities into one integrated portable gadget, like the smartphone. Undoubtedly it is the mobile phone manufacturers who are breaking into this threshold and fast. Their ultimate aim is to transplant the hi-power computing experience […]

     
 
 

Comparison of Smart TV Technologies [Infographic]

Comparison of Smart TV Technologies [Infographic]

2010 saw a big surge and improvements in a new tech trend called Smart TV. For the uninitiated, Smart TV is one of the latest trends which refers to the integration of internet into the television sets, set-top boxes and Blu-ray players, thereby making the traditional television sets Smart, much like the term we use for mobile phones – SmartPhones. […]

     
 
 

Apple and its Financial Future: Where Will it be in 10 Years?

Apple and its Financial Future: Where Will it be in 10 Years?

When we talk about Apple, everyone knows that it stands for cool, reliable and innovative products. All these are perfectly balanced with the product beauty into an amazing combination. Through innovation, Apple has managed to turn some simple boxes of wires into stylish, must-have items. As Apple proves us it day by day, it can change our lives and ensure […]

     
 
 

Replacement Cycle: Why TVs are Becoming like Computers?

Replacement Cycle: Why TVs are Becoming like Computers?

Guest post by Andrew Johnson. Earlier this month I came across a very interesting study presented by a Corning representative regarding how often US consumers tend to replace their old television sets. According to the presentation, back in the old days of analogue and CRT TVs, consumers tended to purchase a new TV set every 9 years. However, recent studies […]