Monday, October 27, 2008

Denser Chips & Disks With The Help Of Flying plasmonic lens system

Last we heard, IBM was busy extending optical lithography down to 30-nanometers in order to keep Moore's Law intact, and some two years later, the process is still being honed by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley. Reportedly, gurus there with IQs far greater than ours have developed a new patterning technique (plasmonic nanolithography) that could make "current microprocessors more than 10 times smaller, but far more powerful." Additionally, professor Xiang Zhang asserts that this same technology could eventually "lead to ultra-high density disks that could hold 10 to 100 times more data than disks today." The secret to the madness is a flying plasmonic head, which is compared to the arm and stylus of an LP turntable; the setup enables researchers to "create line patterns only 80-nanometers wide at speeds up to 12-meters per second, with the potential for higher resolution detail in the near future." In layman's terms? That CPU you purchased last month will, in fact, be old hat in due time.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Samsung Announced Pixon M8800

Samsung have announced that their Pixon M8800 is due out this month. The phone has an 8 megapixel camera to join the likes of LG and Sony Ericsson. Another feature it boasts is a touch-screen accelerator. Lets take a look at what all that means and what else it can do.

The Pixon M8800 is a very slim phone at just 15.5mm and the camera features that it packs in are just right for you not to need another separate camera in your pocket. The camera has autofocus, a flash, face/smile/blink detection, panoramic shooting, stabilisation making it on par with a similar spec point and shoot. The built in Assisted GPS on the phone also allows you to geo-tag your pictures so you know exactly where each shot was taken. When viewing images you can rotate the phone and the built in accelerometer rotates the screen to suit.

The touch-screen utilises Samsung’s TouchWiz operating system. The screen measures a fairly large 3.2 inches and is capable of displaying 16 million colours. Full HD viewing is supported which I assume is through the TV-Out port. Unfortunately there is no wi-fi, but you do get a 3G handset with 7.2Mbps HSDPA. Mobile phone networks are recently allowing for more data so wi-fi would be nice, but is not as essential as it was a year ago.

The phone has SRS Virtual Surround sound that is normally found in Samsung’s television sets. DivX support is provided so you watch movies on the go. A TV-Out port can also be found so you can hook it directly up to a TV.

Overall it looks like another great phone which supports a fantastic camera and multi media features.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Asus Announces Eee PC With 160GB

Asus recently announced their 3.75G laptop which has built in 3G capabilities making it possible to go online pretty much anywhere. They have now announced another upgrade to their 900 series Eee which puts a massive 160Gb hard drive inside it.

The only problem now is choosing between better connectivity or more hard drive space. From my point of view I could live with the lower storage capacity if I could have the better connectivity that the 3.75G model offers.

The new Asus Eee PC is named the 900HA and is powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor. It has 3 USB 2.0 ports and a built in 1.3 megapixel camera.

The display is at the standard 8.9 inches for the 900 series which runs at a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. On the connectivity side there is Wi-fi built in as well as a LAN port for those who prefer wired connections. Also there is support for both MMC and SD cards allowing you to more easily transfer your digital photos to the Eee PC.

The price of this little laptop is surprisingly cheap at $350 and for this price you also get Windows XP installed.

I am still in favour of the 3.75G model though as I easily prefer better web connectivity to hard drive space. If only they could create an Asus Eee PC 901HA so we could have both the extreme amount of storage space and tons of connectivity. Oh well… maybe the next announcement will tell us just that.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Comodo Trusted Internet

Now we lived in the world where technologically everything is and due to this each and every thing now connected to the computers through online, even they are an organization or home due to this security is becomes more important to everyone’s. In recent years many of the businesses organization throughout the world give much concern to the internet security and avoiding intruders and hackers from their network.
Those who lived in the web based business specially (e-commerce site owners) know the importance of internet security and know the term of SSL. Basically SSL is a term known as secure socket layers they are digital certificates uses by different website around the world for more security & securing from site from hackers.
If you are also a website owner and wants digital certificates/ SSL for their site for more security I recommend checking the website of which is the world most reputed company for providing internet security solutions for home/ Business Users and making the world more secure through their Trusted Internet solution which is now come through SSL digital certifications. Comodo is also well known for their internet security software like award wining Firewall and Antivirus Software you can also check these software for making your computer is virus & intruders free.