Computer 

Researchers Build Computer-on-a-Chip Prototype

Stanford researchers led an international team of engineers that figured out how to pack many functions of a computer onto a single chip, including processing circuits, memory storage, and a power supply. The prototype’s data processing and memory circuits use less than a tenth as much electricity as comparable electronic devices, yet still perform many advanced computing feats. The prototype is built around data storage technology called resistive random-access memory (RRAM), which can pack more data into less space than any other form of memory and retains data when the…

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Apple 

Apple starts iPhone 7 production in Bengaluru

New Delhi: Giving an impetus to its India manufacturing plans, Apple has started the assembling of iPhone 7 at its supplier Wistron’s facility in Bengaluru. Taiwanese industrial major Wistron already assembles iPhone 6S in the country. “We are proud to be producing iPhone 7 in Bengaluru for our local customers furthering our long-term commitment in India,” an Apple spokesperson told IANS on Tuesday. The assembling of iPhone 7 began last month. Wistron, which announced last year plans to invest ₹3,000 crore in the Narasupra industrial sector in Karnataka’s Kolar district, started Apple operations with…

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Apple 

New iPhone Leak Corroborates Apple’s Ugly Design

Will Apple really make its new iPhone this ugly? Following some corroboration earlier this week, now we almost definitively know that – shockingly – the answer is yes… 2019 iPhone schematics aligned to leaked renders STEVE HEMMERSTOFFER Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka OnLeaks, aka the man who originated UglyiPhoneGate in January is back “seemingly confirming” that Apple’s new flagship iPhone will have the worst design in the range’s history. Hemmerstoffer, whose track record of accurate leaks is one of (if not the) best around, has obtained schematics which almost exactly match those leaked to Macotakara. Aligning the schematics with Hemmerstoffer’s once-controversial renders also…

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Apple 

Twitter Charges With Memes After Apple Cancels AirPower Wireless Mat

Apple has bid goodbye to its “AirPower” product that was supposed to charge an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPod simultaneously. Originally announced in September 2017, Apple cited difficulty meeting its own standards, thereby chopping off the project.  “After much effort, we’ve concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards and we have cancelled the project,” Dan Riccio, Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering at Apple, toldTechCrunch on Friday. “We apologise to those customers who were looking forward to this launch. We continue to believe that the future is wireless and are committed to…

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samsung 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might go buttonless; here’s all we know

Samsung unveiled its tenth anniversary Galaxy smartphones only recently but rumour mills are clunking into action already for the company’s next flagship – Galaxy Note 10. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series of smartphones were well received and the expectations are sky high with the next instalment of the Galaxy Note device. However, according to the South Korean publication ETNews, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may not have any buttons this time, not even for Bixby. Samsung is planning to replace the physical buttons with gestures and some sensors. So, there…

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Mobile phone recycling 

Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market 2019 – Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem

The detailed analysis of Market Overview on Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market include Drivers & restraints, Trends and Opportunities, Potential Application, competitive landscape and business tactics for decision making. The market report covers up-to-date marketing information which is important to monitor performance and make critical conclusions for growth and effectiveness of business.The key companies are mentioned here Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem, SIMS RECYCLING, MobileMuster, Electronic Recyclers International, Karma Recycling, Greencyc, Mazuma Mobile, GRC Wireless As per the world economic growth, the Green and Recycled Mobile Phone market size is…

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Gadgets 

Exploding Pyrex, Cetacean Autopsies, and Spectacular Gadget Failures: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

This week Gizmodo examined the many functions of various forms of technology in our everyday lives over the course of the last century. For a highlight reel of some of the beauty industry torture devices dreamed up over the course of the 20th and 21st centuries, don’t miss our feature on the most bizarre gadgets that were destined to fail. Gizmodo examined the persistent Pyrex glass controversy—you know, the one involving exploding glass. And we reported on aviation’s shift toward automated systems, and how experts have been warning of the potential for crashes like…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 preview: Everything we know so far

It hasn’t been announced yet, of course, but we’re fully expecting to see a Galaxy Note 10 later this year. Samsung has reliably launched its extra-large, stylus-packing handset each year, and it’s likewise been a reliably great phone – albeit a very pricey and fairly niche one. With the Galaxy S10 out, now the rumour mill has pivoted towards the Note 10. What should we expect? Here’s what we’ve heard so far. (Samsung Galaxy Note 9 shown) WHEN WILL THE SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10 BE OUT? Samsung unveiled and released…

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Apple 

Apple’s iPad, iMac, and AirPod launches weren’t just a surprise, they were a smart strategy shift

I expected “one more thing” yesterday, and I was bummed when I didn’t get it. Sure, I was disappointed, but my anticipation for another hardware refresh only proved that Apple’s experiment with dribbling out modest product releases is working. On each of the first three days of this work week, Apple dropped updated versions of existing products with little of its typical fanfare or event theatrics. It began with the iPad mini and iPad Air on Monday and then progressed to the iMac on Tuesday and the AirPods on Wednesday. Nobody would call these earthshaking updates.…

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Apple 

A brand-new AirPower image has appeared on Apple’s Australian site

A new image of Apple’s long-delayed AirPower wireless charger has appeared on the AirPods page of the company’s Australian website. The image, which was spotted by Twitter user Michael Bateman (via MacRumors), appears to show an iPhone XS charging alongside an AirPods charging case. There’s no sign of the Apple Watch, which was the third device Apple initially claimed the mat would be able to charge. The AirPower is an ambitious wireless charging mat that Apple announced alongside the iPhone X and iPhone 8 back in 2017. At the time, the company claimed the mat would…

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