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Samsung launches 20nm 4Gb DDR3 memory chips

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:25 Written by
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Samsung has started mass production of 4 Gb DDR3 memory chips in 20-nanometer manufacturing process. According to the manufacturer, production of DRAM chips in fewer nanometer technology is more demanding job in relation to the NAND flash memory chips. While…

Is It Time for an Internet Bill of Rights?

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 13:39 Written by
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We talk a lot about privacy, net neutrality, digital right and other topics that have become more and more important…
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When Microsoft announced Windows 8 there were many consumers and people in the industry that raise their eyebrows. Here was an OS designed to integrate with Microsoft cloud services and gaming products. It seemed like a bad move for Microsoft…
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Japanese companies Panasonic and Sony have introduced a new standard format optical disc called Archival Disc which will be able to store between 300 GB and 1 TB of data per disc. Companies at the presentation highlighted how the new…
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On Monday at the South by Southwest show infamous NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden talk via a live video conference. By all accounts the hall where the conference was held was packed as people were very interested to hear what…

Lenovo Miix 3 on the way

Tuesday, 11 March 2014 13:04 Written by
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Photos and descriptions of two new tablets from Lenovo appeared briefly on the website Red Dot 21 and shortly after disappeard. They will come with Windows 8, and will offer functionality of standard laptops.
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Lately, among the rumors related to the iPhone 6 we could usually hear that the new device will have a sapphire glass, and that Apple is working on a new A8 processor. The latest talks are about the amounts and…
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A new technology called Spritz has the task to increase the speed of reading text on the screen of your mobile phone or smart watch. This system was developed by a company of the same name in Boston, and will…
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According to research firm comScore, which refers to the state of the market in January of this year, Windows Phone is the third mobile platform in the U.S. It 's another marketing company that has confirmed third place for Microsoft's…
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Since the end of last year, Virgin Galactic owned by Richard Branson allows payment of its services through the virtual currency Bitcoin. This option was used by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, and they paid their trip into space completely in…

DirectX 12 to be launched at GDC

Sunday, 09 March 2014 19:17 Written by
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Microsoft will later this month finally announce some more details about the new release of the DirectX APIs. According to the official announcement, presentation of DirectX 12 is scheduled for 20th March at a conference of the Game Developers Conference…

Planets³ Kickstarter campaign started

Sunday, 09 March 2014 17:00 Written by
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On the website Kickstarter, a new campaign of raising finance to complete the "open-world 3D voxel-based RPG" titled Planets³ (pronounced "planetscube") was started. Mentioned title combines RPG experience with the construction and exploration of the universe built from small voxels,…

OnLive has launched CloudLift

Sunday, 09 March 2014 14:59 Written by
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The company OnLive has launched CloudLift, a new cloud-gaming service that allows users to use the power of the cloud and play their favorite PC games purchased on one of the popular services for digital distribution of games - starting…
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Since the 18th August of 2008. when the domain bitcoin.org was purchased, and after on January 12th 2009. the first recorded transactions between Satoshi and Hal Finney took place, many have wondered who is Satoshi, since he was listed as…
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All gamers that want to pick up their gaming on a higher level than just plain confrontation against the AI in single player, very quickly become aware of the importance of having good peripheral hardware, especially of gaming mice and…

What is Modding?

Sunday, 09 March 2014 12:49 Written by
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Modding. Technically, it means modification plain and simple, and is done to improve performance in some way, aesthetics or both.…
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PC enclosure reviews are not exactly the most exciting things on the internet. In far too many cases (no pun intended… ok well maybe) we find that the differences between one company and another is wholly cosmetic and are not…
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In the Korean media appeared information that Samsung is currently having problems with the production of Galaxy S5 smartphone.

Gamers delighted with The Stick of Truth

Thursday, 06 March 2014 16:08 Written by
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The second day of the current week marked the release (in the U.S.) of the long-awaited RPG with characters from the popular series South Park in the lead role. Shortly after the release, first reaction of players and reviewers have…

Privacy Phone from FreedomPop for $189

Thursday, 06 March 2014 15:58 Written by
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After the discovery of mass surveillance by the famous whistleblower Edward Snowden, numerous products with an emphasis on protecting users' privacy appeared on the market. One of them comes from smartphone company FreedomPop and it's called Privacy Phone. Devices that…

Apple shows off CarPlay

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 15:10 Written by
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Once again it appears that rumors were correct, and Apple has officially unveiled the service CarPlay. It is a system of integration iOS in cars that should offer several useful abilities to drivers.
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Taro Aso, the Japanese finance minister, said that the local government is still investigating the case of Mt.Gox collapse, the best known Bitcoin exchange office, which was located in Tokyo. As word of possible criminal activity behind this case, it…

Could we see Dishonored 2 at E3?

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 12:23 Written by
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A few days ago on the website All Games Beta an image appeared that suggests the upcoming announcement of the Dishonored's second chapter, although the story should be taken with a large grain of salt. 
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Data storage service in the cloud SugarSync has updated its application for the Android operating system with several new features. The most important novelty in 4.1 version of the application is the ability to sync a folder with files for…

64-bit mobile SoC from MediaTek

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 15:26 Written by
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After the 8-core processor codenamed MT6595, MediaTek company also announced the MT6732, its first 64-bit SoC. The chip has four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and the Mali T760 GPU with support for OpenGL 3.0 and OpenCL 1.2.