Optical Heart Rate Sensors: Tech Explained
Just a couple years ago, fitness bracelets were basically glorified step counters worn on your wrist. Now, they’re doing...
The future of multi-core SoCs: ARM’s DynamIQ Technology
ARM has unveiled its next-generation multi-core micro-architecture designed to boost the performance and efficiency of multi-core Cortex-A processors, Read more
Optical Heart Rate Sensors: Tech Explained
Just a couple years ago, fitness bracelets were basically glorified step counters worn on your wrist. Now, they’re doing everything from measuring your heart rate on a run to warning you to get out of the sun. Read more
Google’s Project Tango Explained
When you think of Google and smartphones, you think of Android, right? But Google has its fingers in a number of smartphone technology pies, and one of the most exciting of those is Project Tango. Read more
Is it a bad idea to leave your smartphone plugged in overnight?
We’ve all done it: Just before bed, you plug your smartphone into its charger so that it can get a full charge while you sleep through the night. Read more
RAW image format: Tech Explained
Smartphone photography has moved on quite a lot in the past couple of years, so far in fact that flagship handsets are now touting the ability to save high quality RAW images. Read more
What is the difference between NTFS, FAT32 and exFAT ?
Whether you’re formatting an internal drive, external drive, USB flash drive, or SD card, Windows will give you the choice of NTFS, FAT32, and exFAT. Read more
What is Optical image stabilization?
if you are a photographer and you like to take pictures with your smartphone, you must have the best camera around to take the most shinny and clear shots. Read more
Intel is really pushing RealSense as part of its vision for the future of technology, but devices with the tech inside finally made their debut in mainstream products at CES 2015. Read more
Quantum dots. Sound cool, don’t they? But for once this is a technology that’s actually as good as it sounds. Quantum dots, among other things Read more
USB is the single most important connection type we use in electronics today. It connects our keyboards and mice to our computers Read more
When buying a smartphone or a tablet, we often talk about their processing power and whether they offer single, dual or multiple core capabilities. And while we do focus on the processor most of the time Read more
AMD’s HBM (High Bandwidth Memory) technology is a stacked DRAM approach that promises a major boost in bandwidth (performance) Read more