FIFA approves the Select iBall, a smart ball to detect ghost goal

the new system to detect of goals, is expected to be used in World Cup Brazil 2014.

Pocket TV turns any TV into a Smart TV

Anybody want to convert their "old" or similar LCD TV in one of those smart today are the latest fashion?

Aiptek projectors ready for iPhone OS and Android

Aiptek company, is developing new models of projectors for IOS and Android devices.

Google presents its new tablet Nexus 7

Event under the Google I / O 2012, the company also introduced its new operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, also showed the tablet Nexus 7.

Google introduces Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

During the event, Google I / O 2012, the company introduced its new version for Android 4.1 mobile operating system codenamed "Jelly Bean".

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Blink USB, flash device that alerts you of everything you can imagine

This is an interesting little gadget called the blink USB. This is a little USB dongle has a RGB LED in the end that can glow different colors. The small light slips into a USB port and has lots of programmable functionality that can be used as a status light just about anything you can think of. The device will work with Windows, Mac, or Linux operating systems allowing it to work with just about any computer you might have in the home or office.

The LED inside the little flash drive can be adjusted for brightness, pattern, and color. That means you can set one color or flashing pattern to warn you of Twitter posts with specific keywords and another pattern and color to warn you if there’s a problem with a server. This little thing sounds very flexible and interesting people who manage a lot of computers.

The downside is the network administrator at your office could plug one into your computer and make it easier to see if you’re doing something you’re not supposed to be doing in your cubicle. The device is on Kickstarter right now seeking funding with 32 days ago. So far, the product has racked up $20,779 out of goal of $29,000.

Enable Talk, gloves that allow deaf people to communicate

A group of Ukrainian programmers created the "Enable Talk" a device consisting of a pair of gloves that can contectar a smartphone and allows the individual gestures are seen as words on the screen and even listen.

The gloves have sensors such as accelerometers and gyroscopes, which are present in controls Move Playstation, Nintendo Wii, cell phones and tablets, which were adapted to convert the movements of the hands in the air-to-speech and text that can be seen using bluetooth connection on smartphones.

According to its developers, the device also has the ability to allow users to create and schedule certain gestures for certain words.

Maxim Osika, one of the developers, said that "we were inspired to help our friends who are speech impaired and provide the ability to communicate like everyone else".

Although "Enable Talk" is just a prototype, this allowed him to retain first place in the Microsoft Imagine Cup for technical innovations that took place in Australia.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

FIFA approves the Select iBall, a smart ball to detect ghost goal

When it comes professional soccer around the world, FIFA is the league where most of the major teams play. It’s not uncommon for the referees to have a difficult time calling a goal during a match because it can be hard to determine when the ball passes the goal line. FIFA has just approved a new high-tech soccer ball that will eliminate any misunderstandings when it comes to scoring a goal or not.

The ball itself looks normal on the outside, but has bands of copper sensors on the inside that wrap completely around the ball. When a player kicks the ball through the goal, as soon as the entire ball crosses the goal line antennas mounted to the goal pick up the score. A light on a watch worn by officials then comes on to signify the score.

It’s not clear at this point when the ball will make its first appearance in a professional soccer match, but listen to rumors be implemented in the World Cup Brazil 2014, this technology should easily end any arguments about whether or not the goal was good down at the pub.

Monday, July 9, 2012

Facebook gives terminate the services of

Less than a month, Facebook announced to the world to buy, the Israeli startup that is dedicated to providing facial recognition technology in images. But now, many developers will have to leave in search of new horizons when it is announced that the API to does not go more.

The notice was published in the official site and also have sent via email to its customers and developers, who may no longer using the products and services company. The reason for this change is very simple: Facebook wants to encourage the development of such products and services within the social network itself, so it is necessary to cut all relations with external agents.

In cruder words, this means leaving practically dumped into a handful of people. And that also includes users, such as those using Klik IOS application that has disappeared from the App Store, although it provides a support site for those wishing to download your data.

For now, those who used the services of have no chance to resign, and find alternatives. Looking back, it's pretty logical move by Facebook when you have enough money: went from being the largest customer, to own the company and that they work only for them.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Pocket TV turns any TV into a Smart TV

Anybody want to convert their "old" or similar LCD TV in one of those smart today are the latest fashion? May do so in the future thanks to Pocket TV, a project that is close to a week of their collection in Kickstarter and has proven very successful to the point that already has more than tripled its initial goal of $ 100,000.

Pocket TV is something like a USB stick, but is connected to the TV via the HDMI port. Inside, the circuitry is sufficient to run Android 4.0 and from there up, add the features that are similar to those of a Smart TV. Of course, that the system can connect to Google Play and download applications, games, surfing the internet, and everything imaginable. It even includes a USB port to add an accessory to taste (mouse, external hard drive, or even a camera), and also an SD card slot.

Each Pocket TV remote control will have its own standard, but those who prefer, you can buy (supporting the project in Kickstarter) and choose the Air Remote, more advanced control that includes a QWERTY keyboard plus a gyroscope inside. As if that were not enough, you can also use a smartphone either IOS or Android as remote control.

Once completed the project in Kickstarter, the company behind the Pocket TV (Infinitec) expects to start producing the first batch of equipment for the month of July, to begin to distribute and sell it by September or October for a price of $ 160 in your basic version (Pocket TV more standard remote). Interested? At first glance, the idea seems very promising.

Aiptek projectors ready for iPhone OS and Android

Aiptek company, is developing new models of projectors for IOS and Android devices.

The projector for iPhone 4/4S, called Mobile Cinema I505, the model for iPad Mobile Cinema 150D and Android smartphones has named Mobile Cinema A50P.

These projectors will luminisodad of 35 lumens, a maximum image size 60 inches and a resolution of 640 x 480 VGA. It is expected that these accessories battery hold up to two hours without having to reload.

IOS models will require an app (free) to use the projector, which also will be available soon and is named Aiptek Viewer, the Android model, does not need to app.

These teams will be available between July and September in the UK. Those interested will have to wait to see the international shipping costs or waiting for someone to take your region.

Video demonstration:

Google presents its new tablet Nexus 7

Event under the Google I / O 2012, the company also introduced its new operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, also showed the tablet Nexus 7.

This device shows interesting technical features, starting with the use of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean factory-installed, the first device to have it officially. It also has an IPS LCD 7-inch with 1280 x 800 pixels, NVIDIA Tegra platform 3 with internal quad-core processor, a 12-core graphics chip and 1GB RAM showing great performance in 3D games and applications

It also highlights the presence the front camera of 1.2 Megapixel for video calls, WiFi, Bluetooth and microUSB GPS, accelerometer and gyroscope built, adding an NFC chip. Google says that the energy independence of the Nexus 7 can play video in HD up to nine consecutive hours, holding 300 hours in standby mode with its 4325 mAh battery. All this on a computer that weighs just 340 grams.

In terms of software, and the recently released new views in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, there is a tight integration between the tablet and Google Play store with smart widgets that display entertainment content on the home screen. Last but not least, with the Nexus 7 Android 4.1 will come with Google Chrome as default browser.

Price? USD $ 199, also comes with a $ 25 card to spend on Google Play. Available to order from now, with expected delivery date to mid-July. In what countries can stay? In the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Available in two versions according to the internal storage capacity: 8GB and 16GB.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Google introduces Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

During the event, Google I / O 2012, the company introduced its new version for Android 4.1 mobile operating system codenamed "Jelly Bean", introducing a series of innovations and new features that seek to give new life to this platform for smartphones and tablets .

Butter Project

From the conference, the first thing mentioned was the "Butter Project," the name given to illustrate Google's mission to make the Android user experience much more fluid, ie, fast touch response times and reduced when open applications, windows, etc..
For that is that developed technologies that allow the central processor (CPU), graphics chip (GPU) and RAM work more integrated response to user needs when it touches the screen, delivering faster response times.
The goal is to reach a fluidity of 60 frames per second (fps), with animations and transitions to be seen as moves "through butter."

Changes in widgets

These tools for the Android home screen are much smarter now because when you move a widget around the different pages on screen, even if one has too many icons, is now a more natural task: if we put a widget and application icons take up space, one side will surround the widget. Also, if one of these boxes is too large to fit between the icons automatically reduce in size.

Improvements to the keypad

Here the issue is simple: improve the capacity of the on-screen keyboard shown to better predict what we write, refining the internal dictionary and incorporating the role of learning over time the language used by the individual staff, improving the prediction of the text .

Voice Recognition

One characteristic is improved voice recognition on Android, tool with which we can write text messages and emails dictating to the computer with speech. The point is that voice recognition works even if the phone does not have Internet connectivity, differing from the competition (¿hello, Siri?) Which does require communication with the network for enterprise servers translate the voice into digital text .
At the moment available only in English, however, promised for the short term, adding support for at least 18 additional languages, where we hope it is Spanish, notable absentee from Siri and star in S Voice Samsung for Galaxy S III.

Camera Application

After significant improvements in Android 4.0 Ice Create Sandwich to accelerate the process of taking photographs, Jelly Bean worked to display these catches in the best way possible, integrating innovations to the gallery that now allows better manage, for example, erasing a file or see more of them with a slip of the finger, as if we handle a stack of photo paper in real life.

Android Beam

This utility was introduced with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and allows two devices to communicate with NFC to transmit chop web address (URL) or contacts. Now in Android Android 4.1 is possible to use Beam to share a photo, video and even sync your mobile device with an accessory, like a pair of wireless headphones.

Improved notifications

The notification bar at the top of the screen, which extends downward slide when the finger is one of the hallmarks of the Android operating system. And now, 4.1 is added more interaction in the notifications we see, depending on what they are. For example, if we have a missed call, and view the image of the person who tried to contact us we will also see two buttons to initiate an action directly from the notification screen: call or send a message.
Another example is the new email messages, where you can see the sender and subject of new emails without going to the Gmail application. Also, you can view images directly if they come from a social network service Google +, being also possible to press the button without entering +1 to the application itself, making it possible to use this new integration with other applications.

Google searches: new interface and voice recognition

First, Google redesigned the GUI screen we get after a consultation to review the data, which is now cleaner and more orderly, as shown in the image, and is also smart to give us specific answers to our questions, rather many links on as is done today. In short, the screen you see in the image meets the most important of our query, ordains and responds to the question asked in Google.
But more importantly, how can we ask the question through our voice. This new feature certainly comes to compete with S Siri Voice of Samsung and Apple, this time with a voice that responds back to the search results.
For example, if you activate the voice search, we can ask: "What is a robot?", They answer a friendly clean screen with the text of the definition of robot out of a dictionary, with a voice that reads the response aloud. In the show not only highlights that, but also the excellent voice recognition gets the device.
Finally, a third change in the way of searching on Google for Android 4.1 is something sinister: intelligent search. This is defined as the possibility that Google uses your search history data on the calendar and other items to better understand what we want, something that as clarified, will "only if we choose to."

Saturday, June 23, 2012

100 years of the birth of Alan Turing

This June 23 marks 100 years to the birth of Alan Turing, a mathematician, a pioneer in computer science who contributed in the fields of logic, cryptanalysis, cognitive science, artificial intelligence and biology. Although it is recognized in these fields of science, many times their contribution has not been sufficiently highlighted.

Who was Alan Turing, and why was it so important? A few days after the celebration of his birthday, we will briefly review his life.

Turing was born in London on June 23, 1912, and from an early age showed interest and talent for mathematics, something that would specialize in college then. Turing graduated from King's College, Cambridge in 1934 with honors.

In 1936 he presented one of his first papers relevant. At that time, a problem that was being debated among mathematicians was the Entscheidungsproblem or "trouble-making", proposed in 1928 by German mathematician David Hilbert.

The original problem came from the seventeenth century, when the mathematician Leibniz Gottfrief was perfecting one of the first calculators, and thought of the possibility of creating a machine that could determine the truth of a mathematical approach or theorem. Hilbert put it as a machine that could answer "yes" or "no" to determine whether a claim was universally valid for a predetermined set of axioms. The problem can also be seen as creating an algorithm that can decide when a claim can be corroborated on the basis of the axioms, using logical rules.

Turing machine

The problem is unsolvable, which was tested both by Alonzo Church and Alan Turing in a more or less simultaneously using different methods. The result was embodied in a theorem set.

However, the test proposed by Turing introduced the creation of the Turing machine, a device that manipulates symbols hypothetical tape according to a table of rules.

Despite its simplicity, the Turing machine can be adapted to simulate the logic of any computer algorithm, and is used today in computer theory to explain the functions of the CPU within a computer. Turing proved that such a machine could perform any mathematical computation if it can be represented by an algorithm.

The idea of ​​a "universal machine" that could perform the tasks of any other machine - or be able to compute anything computable - was new at this time.

After this paper, Turing worked nearly two years with Alonzo Church at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, United States. Besides working in mathematics, Turing began to study encryption or cryptography. In June 1938 obtained his Ph.D. from Princeton University.

World War II

After completing his doctorate, Turing returned to Cambridge, where he began working part time at the School Government Code and Cipher (GCCS), a British intelligence agency whose mission was to advise on safety codes and ciphers used by the government , and also study communication methods used by other countries encrypted.

World War II would begin next year, and Turing played a vital role in the agency while working to decipher the codes used by the Germans during the war goes communicate. Particularly focused on Enigma, a machine used by the Germans, were summarized and deciphering secret messages in Morse code, and whose understanding allowed the Allies to know in advance the enemy's plans.

Turing worked with experienced Dilly Knox in the GCCS to improve the method made by Poland to read the messages, which led to the creation of bombe, a machine whose function was to discover the configuration of the Enigma machines used in German networks for can then find the key that would read the message.

During the war, Turing also provided to address other encryption systems used by the Nazis, especially the version of Enigma used by the German Navy, which was more complex than using the other branches. This led to a special unit known as "Hut 8".

In many cases, improved way to figure that already existed. The mathematician employed several statistical techniques to optimize test different alternatives in the process of deciphering a code.

Turing wrote two papers about it that were considered so valuable by the GCCS and sucessora, GCHQ, which were not made public until April this year.

During his tenure with this agency, Turing earned a reputation as an eccentric. For example, I had a bicycle to which the chain was coming out every few pedal strokes. Rather than repaired, Turing had the amount of pedaling and wearing down just in time to adjust the chain before they leave. It also says he used to tie his bowl to the heating pipes to avoid being stolen.

End of war and artificial intelligence

After the war, Turing moved to Richmond, London, where he worked on the design of "Computational Motor Auto" or ACE, the National Physical Laboratory. In 1946 he presented a paper which detailed the first detailed design of a computer program stored, ie, instructions for a program stored in an electronic memory. Although the proposed design was possible to manufacture, the amount of secrets after the war had delayed the implementation of the project and finally Turing left him.

In late 1947, the mathematician took a sabbatical and returned to Cambridge. While outside, he built the first ACE, which ran its first program on May 10, 1950. Although the ACE model proposed by Turing was never built, his ideas led to machines like the English Electric DEUCE and the Bendix G-15 years later.

In 1948, Turing began working in the Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester, where he did further research in abstract mathematics, coming little by little in the field of artificial intelligence.

Turing proposed in 1950 a test called the "Turing Test", which attempts to define a standard for a machine can be considered "smart." The idea was to put a human to examine a machine. If humans could not make out, through conversation, if your partner was human or machine, it was concluded that the computer was able to think.

In his paper, Turing proposed that instead of creating a program that simulates an adult mind, which would have to do is create a simpler, you can simulate a child's mind, and then "educate".

A few years before considering this, Turing had started to develop a chess program to run it on a computer - that did not exist. In 1952, the absence of any machine powerful enough to run the program that had been raised, simulating the Turing played chess computer, taking half an hour for each move on the board. The program lost to Turing's friend, Alick Glennie.

Homosexuality and later years

Turing worked from 1952 until his death in mathematical biology and morphogenesis, the mechanism by which an organism gets its way. Of particular interest was the existence of Fibonacci numbers to the structure of the plants.

Although Turing had admitted his homosexuality in times of war, was in the 50's that brought sexual orientation issues. In January 1952, Turing met Arnold Murray at the exit of a cinema in Manchester, with whom he began dating. Murray, however, took advantage of Turing confidence to enter your house to steal a few weeks. Turing reported the crime to the police, and during the investigation, admitted a sexual relationship with Murray.

Homosexual acts were illegal in the UK at the time, so both were convicted of "gross indecency". The punishment options were being caught, or undergo chemical castration on probation. Turing chose the latter alternative.

Having been convicted of a "crime" was forbidden to continue the consulting unit performed in the cryptanalysis of the British intelligence agency.

On June 8, 1954, Turing was found dead in his home. It was determined that the cause of death was cyanide poisoning. His body was found next to an apple bite, and although not reviewed the apple, is believed to have ingested the poison through the fruit. According to novelist David Levitt, Turing's favorite story was Snow White, so it may have reproduced the scene of the apple in his suicide.

It is not clear why it took this decision. It may have been police surveillance, or maybe something else. Chemical castration is considered one of the possible reasons. In 2009 he launched a petition to the British government to apologize for his treatment mathematician.

"Thousands of people have come together to demand justice for Alan Turing and recognition of the shameful way he was treated. While Turing was tried by the law of time and can not turn back the clocks, the deal was completely unfair and I am glad to have the opportunity to say how deeply sorry I and all what happened. So, on behalf of the British government and all those who live freely thanks to the work of Alan, I am very proud to say: sorry, deserved so much better, "wrote the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown this year.

In 2011 there was a request that he "forgive" his crime, however, the request was rejected. Lord McNally said at the time that "the law of his time called for a condemnation, and as such, the long-term policy has been to accept that these convictions occurred, instead of trying to alter the historical context to correct what can not be corrected we must ensure we never will those times again. "

Turing was honored by several universities and received several awards and posthumous tributes. This year there are also many celebrations for the centenary of his birth, not only in the United States but also in the U.S., Germany, Brazil, Spain, New Zealand and other countries.

Last year also produced a TV movie in the UK, we leave the trailer:

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

WWDC 2012: MacBook Pro with Retina Display is a reality

Apple released a notebook slimmer and higher performance in competition with Windows: the new model Macbook Pro has a better screen resolution. 

The display of the new Macbook Pro has 5.1 million pixels and a resolution of 2,880 x 1,800, said the marketing manager Phil Schiller, in the city San Francisco in the United States during the WWDC conference in 2012.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Computex 2012: ASUS has Thunderbolt to Z77 and H77 motherboards with expansion card

Thunderbolt is finally catching on to be adopted by the industry in which ASUS motherboards and is postulated as the first manufacturer to receive its certificate Thunderbolt P8Z77-V Premium motherboard. Unfortunately, the high price of these motherboards will remain a problem for most users. To this end ASUS has developed an alternative that promises to extend support to other models Thunderbolt motherboards with exclusive prices. 

The solution is its anticipated expansion card ThunderboltEX ranked the first of its kind which will update Z77 motherboards with chipsets and add H77 to support the new high-speed interconnect from Intel. In this case, that function need ThunderboltEX placed in a PCIe x4, with a cable to the header Thunderbolt which has already been mentioned above, since the panel DisplayPort output I / O.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

LEAP: Control your mac with hand Gestures and Movements

The Keyboard and Mouse are part of a series of interfaces and physical controls perhaps are on the verge of disappearing or completely reinvented. This dilemma arises LEAP technology, a new project which brings us to interact with you Mac using natural gestures and movements. For $ 69 you can control your iMac as Tom Croise in Minority Report.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

HP Envy Spectre XT

HP presented on May , the new HP Envy Spectre XT, an ultra slim notebook is desingned for business sector and carries the quality if Envy Spectre at a level of 14,5 mm thickness. Despide it's flashy look, the XT does not leave unused space and therefore has on Ethernet por, one HDMI and two USB 3.0 easily accessible. WHile for an ordinary user is not a big deal, the people inside the indutry will pay attention undoubtedly due to the presence of the ports listed as a 13.3-inch ultra slim, and a VGA port but no could do, is too thick to properly fit the desing.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Samsung Galaxy SIII, with natural interface and 4 Core -Processor

On Mat 3 the South Korean company Samsung presented its new smartphone Galaxy S3, an Android device, which offers a large screen area than its predecessors, besides being much faster and have more efficent.

This is the commercial video:

The new smartphone from Samsung draws attention, in the first place, because it offers a larger screen than its predecessor, the S
, as it went from 4.3 to  4.8 inchesdiagonal. However, this change does not effect the overall dimensions of the device, which remain practically unchaged with respect to the previous genration, thank to the desingners chose to lower the bezel device.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

New processor Intel 3rd Generation

April 23 and as we advance, Intel finally releases its family og 3rd Generation Core processors codenamed "Ivy Bridge", these chips are characterized by being the first microprocessors, built under the manufacturing of 22 nanometer. Intel aid in the miniaturization of the circuits, through 3D transistor technology. The new Core processor family are expected to offer higher performance per clock cycle, speed and efficiency.

Ivy Bridge has a core design improved compared to "Sandy Bridge" quad-core packages x86-64, a wide AVX instruction set that includes AES-NI acceleration, the second generation Turbo Boost Technology, resulting in greater energy efficiency, and a new integrated graphics core that supports DirectX11. The graphics core can also be highly parallelized tasks such as video encoding, with the enhanced video QuickSync, and can transmit video wirelessly trough WiDi.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Google Presents: Project Beta Glass Smart Glasses

This week Google is showing off their next gigantic Project Beta, a pair off augmented reality glasses that connect with your whole Google experience: Project Glass. This is project called as "Project Glass" experience is part of the Google X offices for de experimental projects and is certainly not an April Fool's joke.Instaed this fantastical vision for the very near future is shown in a demostration video that has us flipping over the prospect of this product being released in the very near future.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Rumor: Apple to use Anti-Reflective Glass in new iMac

Even though macs are great, one aspect that has bee continually irritating is the presence of a perfect reflection in the glass that protects their displays. Not everyone is annoyed by this, but many users have recognized it as a distracting element of the computer. For thoe who wish to rid themselves of this glare, Apple has offered an option to add anti-glare glass to the display of MacBook Pros for an extra U$S150 on the 15-inch an 17-inch models. Sadly, this optional characteristic is lacking in their iMac line, according to strong rumors that we haer all this may change with the next generation of Apple's All-In-One desktop.

Nike + Basketball and Training, the new Nike Plus service

Nike, for who knows who has long offered on a brand + for sports fans. Known best as Nike + that was made for fitness enthusiasts, especially those who love to run. And for no reaseon backetball fans have to be left out. which is why Nike + Basketball launches. Anogside this will also be presented Nike + Training for those seeking a more enhanced workout.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

LG Display starts to develop flexible displays

LG Display is dedicated to the development of LCD screens and is one of the largest in the world with Samsung.

At present, the company is developing a screen called EPD (Electronic Paper Display), which works with electronic ink, has a size of sixeinches, is flexible and can ben to 40 degrees.

In addition, the EPD is resitant to shocks, drops and scratches, but it's flexibility is the most important quality and will make much thinner devices.

LG Display has announced that this technology will be released in April.
The challenge seems to be the way we possess the batteries, since the flexuble display quality is the main characteristic that want to exploit.

The new flexible screem is six inches and has a resolution of 1024x 768 pixel, the thickness is 0.7 mm and weighs only 14 grams. Due to its electronic ink, the color is black and white. We shall see later models with this typeof display, either LG or other companies that want to experiment with this technology.

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Archos 80 G9 Turbo and Archos 101 G9 Turbo

Archos has released two new versiones of their well-know tablets G9 with Android, this is called Archos G9 Turbo, these two new tablets come with faster processors than previous models. Being the only difference.
There are two tablets of the line G9 Turbo, the Archos 80 G9 Turbo and Archos 101 G9 Turbo, and these two come with a powerful Dual-Cor Processor at 1.5 GHz to be a TI OMAP 4.

The LG OLED 55" alredy priceless

Today we're going to talk about, what is it OLED. Is the 55-inch screen from LG, which was presented at CES 2012.At first it would be presented in the 2nd semester of the year, but now seems to have a possible release date before that.

The 1st we will start taling about OLED TV:

What is OLED TV?
An OLED TV uses a new display technology called OLED(Organic Light Emitting Diodes). Unlike LCD/LED and plasma, OLED TV is thinner, lighter and more efficient energy consumption.
What is OLED?
OLEd is made of organic material (or the carbon-based) components that are placed between two conductors. It emits light when electricity is applied. It doesn't requiere a blacklight so it more energy efficient. The two most common OLED screens today are the PMOLED (Passive-Matrix OLED) and AMOLED (Active-Matrix OLED). Poleis cheaper and easier to produce, but is limited in seze and has lower resolution comparedto AMOLED. While AMOLED screens are more efficient and can be made large, it also means that more expensive and complicated to manufacure.

Friday, March 30, 2012

LG Lucid, Only with Verizon Wireles

LG looks like we will present a focused cell only for Verizon. This is called LG Lucid, which for some time that in several pages of the Web has been hearing the rumor. The news that this cell is TRUE and that this device will become official for the U.S. phone company Verizon Wireless.
Continuing with the LG Lucid, and between characteristics that are known, has unapantalla 4 inches with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, and its interior has a dual-core processor 1.2 GHz which works in conjunction with a 1GB of RAM memory.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Gigabyte announces a new notebook made for Game

Gigabyte Presents a Gaming Notebook, I'm talking about the las one presented Gigabyte P2542G, with an Intel Core i7.

The Gigabyte P2542G have a Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 with 2GB of video. the good that we will also be able to spend hours playing in its 15.6 in Full HD LED is a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.