Category Archives: Hardware
A team of researchers from Ohio State University has demonstrated an innovative computer memory device that uses the spin of electrons to read and write data.
Spintronics, which is how you call this new field of technology the use of electron spin, is an alternative to traditional microelectronics. Drawing on spintronics, it is theoretically possible to store more data in less space, process faster and consume less energy.
Arthur J. Epstein and his colleagues created the prototype of this pioneering spintronic device using manufacturing techniques commonly used in modern computer industry.
If at work usually attend frequent meetings in which big quantities of paper and need the support of visual materials will be used to carry memory stick. However, in case you have a top heavy workload, even going to have different reports for each meeting or each customer.
A few weeks ago, it was learned that the imminent arrival of the first hard drive 3TB Seagate. The U.S. manufacturer has formalized this disc, which differs considerably from what was expected. This is not a disk Constellation, aimed at professionals, but a public FreeAgent external drive. This basic model comes with a USB 2.0 interface, yet it is a GoFlex, so it can be replaced with FireWire 800, or even the USB 3.0.
First there was the mouse, then the Mighty Mouse, then the Magic Mouse, then the wireless mouse and now the Invisible Mouse. Obviously there are no photos of this mouse as the mouse itself does not exist. And this does not mean it is a concept, much less, but it is an infrared beam and an infrared camera following the movements of your hand.
NVIDIA has just confirmed the details of its next generation platform Ion, eventually known as Ion 2. Unlike the original platform Ion, Ion 2 is a dedicated graphics core, not a complete chipset technology based on GeForce motherboard G 210M. Ion 2 provides much faster than the original platform without sacrificing too much battery life. In DirectX 9 level graphics (OpenGL 2), Ion 2 is about 50 percent faster than the original Ion and up to 15 times faster than Intel, DirectX 10 (OpenGL 3) doubles the performance of its predecessor.