List/Grid Tag Archives: Hardware

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 : Long-Term Verdict

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 : Long-Term Verdict

Re-Presenting, the unbeaten challenger, in the silver corner! The Bigger, Better, Faster, Meaner, Brighter, Louder; The Samsung Galaxy Note 7! In the “Phone + Tablet = Phablet” world, size does… Read more »

Niantic Labs : A Google Startup

Niantic Labs : A Google Startup

Niantic? Heard the name a lot lately? For the uninitiated it is the name of company which gave the World Pokemon Go. The company had its humble beginnings as an… Read more »

Apple iPad Pro – review

Apple iPad Pro – review

First they squeezed it: reduced the screen to bridge the gap between iPhone and iPad now they are expanding it: making it bigger, larger, heavier and bridging gap between iPad… Read more »

Xbox One vs. PS4: GPU Performance Comparison

Xbox One vs. PS4: GPU Performance Comparison

The two gaming console Giants Microsft and Sony had lined up their Xbox One and PS4 for the year end release. Both of these gaming consoles have been closely speced,… Read more »

Tegra 5 Kepler Mobile Graphics GPU Performance [Project Logan]

Tegra 5 Kepler Mobile Graphics GPU Performance [Project Logan]

Nvidia Tegra 4 hasn’t even hit the mainstream consumer devices and Nvidia has already developed and showcased the Next generation Mobile GPU: Nvidia Tegra 5: codenamed Kepler. Kepler Mobile GPU… Read more »

Galaxy S4 Processor Detailed: Exynos 5 Octa

Galaxy S4 Processor Detailed: Exynos 5 Octa

Samsung had announced two versions of Galaxy S4, one with Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 1.9Ghz quad-core and the other one Exynos 5 Octa-core. Quad-core will be targeted for U.S. and other countries that… Read more »

[Energy Efficient] Direct contact Liquid-Cooling in Computers, Electronics

[Energy Efficient] Direct contact Liquid-Cooling in Computers, Electronics

Cloud computing is on the high, and you know it takes millions of computers to achieve that much computing power. Each of these data centers drill huge holes in company’s… Read more »

Icera i500 SDR LTE Modem/processor detailed

Icera i500 SDR LTE Modem/processor detailed

Nvidia acquired a wireless embedded processor company in 2010-2011 and it was blurry what Nvidia could be doing with it. Icera was one of the first companies to have developed… Read more »

Snapdragon 800 vs. Tegra 4

Snapdragon 800 vs. Tegra 4

Qualcomm and Nvidia unveiled the next generation mobile chips that would pave the future of mobile devices including phones, tablets and ARM based notebooks. Qualcomm has renamed its processor line… Read more »

Nvidia Tegra 4 Specs, Features [CPU, GPU]

Nvidia Tegra 4 Specs, Features [CPU, GPU]

Quad-core SoCs have been in-vogue in 2012. 2013 is the year of better performing, yet more efficient quad-core processors. We won’t see 6-core or 8-core mobile CPUs/SoCs commercializing this year…. Read more »

iPad 4 GPU vs Nexus 10 vs iPad 3 Graphics Performance [Benchmark]

iPad 4 GPU vs Nexus 10 vs iPad 3 Graphics Performance [Benchmark]

iPad 3 or early 2012 New iPad was the first tablet to support a high resolution Display. The trend then shifted everywhere from aamzon Kindle HD to Google’s flagship Nexus… Read more »

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

DIY Build Google Glass with RaspberryPi

Project Glass by Google is uber cool, but its expensive at $1500 and you won’t have handson till Q2 2013. Why wait if you can build one yourself? Well, using… Read more »

DDR4 Memory Specs, Details

DDR4 Memory Specs, Details

Double data rate synchronous dynamic random-access memory 3 or simply put DDR3 has been playing the important role speeding up RAM speeds that were possible with DDR2 RAM. Well, things are… Read more »

Cost to Make/Manufacture iPhone 5 is $167

Cost to Make/Manufacture iPhone 5 is $167

Apple sells big everytime they launch a new iOS device and iPhone 5 isn’t going to be any different. While everyone was underwhelmed by iPhone 5 specs and announcement, it… Read more »

AMD Steamroller: 3rdGen Bulldozer CPU Core

AMD Steamroller: 3rdGen Bulldozer CPU Core

AMD has announced 3rd Generation CPU core for its Bulldozer architecture: Streamroller. Bulldozer Architecture was introduced first around 2005, and the current (2-nd generation) processor is called Piledriver (introduced in… Read more »

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