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#TechTip: Keep your CPU in a place with ample air circulation so that your PC doesn't heat up and cause performance issues. #Business #Technology #Innovation #Logic

#TechTip: Keep your CPU in a place with ample air circulation so that your PC doesn't heat up and cause performance issues. #Business #Technology #Innovation #Logic

#TechTip: Keep your CPU in a place with ample air circulation so that your PC doesn't heat up and cause performance issues. #Business #Technology #Innovation #Logic

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... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

... MICROSOFT REVEALS DIRECTX 12 AT GDC ... Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of their graphics API, DirectX 12, during a talk at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key enhancements highlighted in DirectX 12 focuses on maximizing performance. According to Microsoft’s DirectX blog, DirectX 12 makes it easier for developers to spread computing tasks across multiple CPU cores, allowing for a “50 percent improvement in PC utilization,” based on 3DMark benchmarks running a DirectX 12 test.

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minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

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Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

Play Station 4 Gets Priced at $399, Launching in Q4 Sony's new PS4 will be cheaper than the Xbox One. E3 is now well under way in California and last night, Sony took to the stage to talk about the next generation of PlayStation, the PS4. Though the company shared quite a bit of information with us at its event back in February, Sony also saved a lot of stuff for E3 (including the console itself!), so there was plenty to talk about yesterday. Console packs an eight-core 64-bit x86 Jaguar CPU from AMD; a GPU with a unified array of 18 compute units, collectively capable of generating 1.84 Teraflops of processing power; 8GB of RAM; 802.11n WiFi; Bluetooth 2.1; and USB 3.0. Thanks to additional information released since yesterday, we now know that it also boasts an upgradeable 500GB hard drive. What's more, Sony last night revealed how much we'll have to pay to get our hands on the console as well as other details about the software and games for the PS4. During last night's keynote, Sony confirmed that the PS4 will be priced at $399 when it launches later this year. If you're in Europe, you can expect to pay €399. For your money, you'll get the console itself as well as a controller and USB, HDMI and power cables. If you want the PlayStation Eye camera, you'll have to fork out an extra $59. Another DualShock controller will cost $59. No word on a release just yet, but Sony is still saying Holiday 2013 for the U.S. and Europe so we'll keep you posted on that one. In the meantime, Sony has already opened up pre-orders for the console for those desperate to ensure they snag one as soon as possible.

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Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

Supercomputer gets super storage. The US’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed the ultimate in high performance computing (HPC) storage, with more than 40PB (400 00 000 GB) of DataDirect Networks (DDN) SAN capacity providing 1TB per second (1000 GBps) of throughput to support the world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan. Titan has 18,688 compute nodes, each comprising an AMD 16-core Opteron 6274 processor for a total of 299,008 CPU cores, that is linked to an Nvidia K20X graphics processing unit (GPU) and plugged into the NCCS’s Cray XK7. Titan is capable of 27Tflops – 27 trillion calculations per second – performance and is the hardware host for the Spider II file system. This is built on the Lustre open source parallel file system that scales to billions of files.

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Nexus 7: Google's first ever tablet - Google unveiled the 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet at its fifth annual Google I/O developers conference. It will run the next version of Google's Android operating system, called Jelly Bean. The tablet will cost $199 for 8 gigabytes of storage, $249 for 16 GB. The tablet features a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels.It is powered by a Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU.

Nexus 7: Google's first ever tablet - Google unveiled the 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet at its fifth annual Google I/O developers conference. It will run the next version of Google's Android operating system, called Jelly Bean. The tablet will cost $199 for 8 gigabytes of storage, $249 for 16 GB. The tablet features a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels.It is powered by a Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU.

Nexus 7: Google's first ever tablet - Google unveiled the 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet at its fifth annual Google I/O developers conference. It will run the next version of Google's Android operating system, called Jelly Bean. The tablet will cost $199 for 8 gigabytes of storage, $249 for 16 GB. The tablet features a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels.It is powered by a Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU.

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:: Google Augmented Reality Glasses Arriving Soon!! :: The 9to5 Google website has revealed this week that Google’s new augmented reality glasses could be arriving very soon. Providing users that wear the new “Google Goggles” as they have been dubbed. Information as they walk along provided by Google location services and Google’s stored information. A source has now revealed to the 9to5Google website that the new Google glasses look similar to Oakleys Thumps glasses and are equipped with a front a facing camera. Inside the glass lens there will be a heads up display (HUD) which is located in front of one eye and provides relevant information at your current location. The source also suggests that the I/O on the glasses will also include voice input and output, and hardware is near the equivalent of a generation-old Android smartphone, with CPU, Memory and storage provided onboard the glasses. “They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasses that “normal people” wear. However, these provide a display with a heads up computer interface. There are a few buttons on the arms of the glasses, but otherwise, they could be mistaken for normal glasses. Additionally, we are not sure of the technology being employed here, but it is likely a transparent LCD or AMOLED display such as the one demonstrated below: In addition, we have heard that this device is not an “Android peripheral” as the NYT stated. According to our source, it communicates directly with the Cloud over IP. Although, the “Google Goggles” could use a phone’s Internet connection, through Wi-Fi or a low power Bluetooth 4.0. The use-case is augmented reality that would tie into Google’s location services. A user can walk around with information popping up and into display based on preferences, location and Google’s information. Therefore, these things likely connect to the Internet and have GPS. They also likely run a version of Android.”Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet. Source:- Geeky-gadgets

:: Google Augmented Reality Glasses Arriving Soon!! :: The 9to5 Google website has revealed this week that Google’s new augmented reality glasses could be arriving very soon. Providing users that wear the new “Google Goggles” as they have been dubbed. Information as they walk along provided by Google location services and Google’s stored information. A source has now revealed to the 9to5Google website that the new Google glasses look similar to Oakleys Thumps glasses and are equipped with a front a facing camera. Inside the glass lens there will be a heads up display (HUD) which is located in front of one eye and provides relevant information at your current location. The source also suggests that the I/O on the glasses will also include voice input and output, and hardware is near the equivalent of a generation-old Android smartphone, with CPU, Memory and storage provided onboard the glasses. “They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasses that “normal people” wear. However, these provide a display with a heads up computer interface. There are a few buttons on the arms of the glasses, but otherwise, they could be mistaken for normal glasses. Additionally, we are not sure of the technology being employed here, but it is likely a transparent LCD or AMOLED display such as the one demonstrated below: In addition, we have heard that this device is not an “Android peripheral” as the NYT stated. According to our source, it communicates directly with the Cloud over IP. Although, the “Google Goggles” could use a phone’s Internet connection, through Wi-Fi or a low power Bluetooth 4.0. The use-case is augmented reality that would tie into Google’s location services. A user can walk around with information popping up and into display based on preferences, location and Google’s information. Therefore, these things likely connect to the Internet and have GPS. They also likely run a version of Android.”Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet. Source:- Geeky-gadgets

:: Google Augmented Reality Glasses Arriving Soon!! :: The 9to5 Google website has revealed this week that Google’s new augmented reality glasses could be arriving very soon. Providing users that wear the new “Google Goggles” as they have been dubbed. Information as they walk along provided by Google location services and Google’s stored information. A source has now revealed to the 9to5Google website that the new Google glasses look similar to Oakleys Thumps glasses and are equipped with a front a facing camera. Inside the glass lens there will be a heads up display (HUD) which is located in front of one eye and provides relevant information at your current location. The source also suggests that the I/O on the glasses will also include voice input and output, and hardware is near the equivalent of a generation-old Android smartphone, with CPU, Memory and storage provided onboard the glasses. “They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasses that “normal people” wear. However, these provide a display with a heads up computer interface. There are a few buttons on the arms of the glasses, but otherwise, they could be mistaken for normal glasses. Additionally, we are not sure of the technology being employed here, but it is likely a transparent LCD or AMOLED display such as the one demonstrated below: In addition, we have heard that this device is not an “Android peripheral” as the NYT stated. According to our source, it communicates directly with the Cloud over IP. Although, the “Google Goggles” could use a phone’s Internet connection, through Wi-Fi or a low power Bluetooth 4.0. The use-case is augmented reality that would tie into Google’s location services. A user can walk around with information popping up and into display based on preferences, location and Google’s information. Therefore, these things likely connect to the Internet and have GPS. They also likely run a version of Android.”Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet. Source:- Geeky-gadgets

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:: DeathTaker Gaming Mouse Launched By Genius :: Genius have launched a new addition to their gaming mouse range with the unveiling of their new Genius DeathTaker gaming mouse. That has been specifically designed for MMO/RTS gamers and is a professional gaming laser mouse for the GX gaming series from Genius. The new Genius DeathTaker mouse can be customised using a built-in over-clocking SCGii engine for a dpi range from 100 to 5700, and is equipped with a full speed CPU with memory chip. Allowing you to store your gaming macros and settings in the mouse itself, with 55 keys combination to programme. The Genius DeathTaker provides a 1-ms response time, and is fitted with a braided cable and gold-plated USB connector. The Genius DeathTaker also comes supplied with six metal weights ,each 4.6 grams that can be used to further customise the gaming mouse. Source:- geekygadgets.com

:: DeathTaker Gaming Mouse Launched By Genius :: Genius have launched a new addition to their gaming mouse range with the unveiling of their new Genius DeathTaker gaming mouse. That has been specifically designed for MMO/RTS gamers and is a professional gaming laser mouse for the GX gaming series from Genius. The new Genius DeathTaker mouse can be customised using a built-in over-clocking SCGii engine for a dpi range from 100 to 5700, and is equipped with a full speed CPU with memory chip. Allowing you to store your gaming macros and settings in the mouse itself, with 55 keys combination to programme. The Genius DeathTaker provides a 1-ms response time, and is fitted with a braided cable and gold-plated USB connector. The Genius DeathTaker also comes supplied with six metal weights ,each 4.6 grams that can be used to further customise the gaming mouse. Source:- geekygadgets.com

:: DeathTaker Gaming Mouse Launched By Genius :: Genius have launched a new addition to their gaming mouse range with the unveiling of their new Genius DeathTaker gaming mouse. That has been specifically designed for MMO/RTS gamers and is a professional gaming laser mouse for the GX gaming series from Genius. The new Genius DeathTaker mouse can be customised using a built-in over-clocking SCGii engine for a dpi range from 100 to 5700, and is equipped with a full speed CPU with memory chip. Allowing you to store your gaming macros and settings in the mouse itself, with 55 keys combination to programme. The Genius DeathTaker provides a 1-ms response time, and is fitted with a braided cable and gold-plated USB connector. The Genius DeathTaker also comes supplied with six metal weights ,each 4.6 grams that can be used to further customise the gaming mouse. Source:- geekygadgets.com

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:: Tips for Maximizing the life of Hard Disk :: Hard disk is one of the most important components of your PC and losing your data on it can be a nightmare.For a hard disk's life, Maintenance is key. You change your oil in your car right? Hopefully every few thousand miles. In fact a maintenance schedule, just like the one for your car, is the best way to hedge against a busted drive outside of backing it up. You'll also benefit from increased speed and efficiency. It's recommended to keep your computer in a stable environment: 65 to 80 F constantly with less than 75 percent humidity, no excessive vibration and a surge protector. Also Its necessary that You dont move Your Computer / CPU while its ON. :: Defragmenting the hard disk :: This is one of the most important tasks that you need to regularly execute on your hard disk to keep it fit and healthy. Disk fragmentation occurs over time and is unstoppable but reversible. If is pretty easy to defragment your hard disk as here is an inbuilt defragmenter built into the Windows itself. You can access it by right clicking My Computer and then selecting Manage. In the left pane you can find the disk fragmenter option. :: Use a UPS with your PC :: Your PC components are very susceptible to voltage fluctuations and a sudden fluctuation can ruin any component of your PC. A power surge is very dangerous to the health of your hard disk and you should always use a UPS. Apart from that ensure that you use good power supply brand of appropriate wattage. :: Automatic Software Updates :: It's a no-duh kind of thing but really this is something not everybody does, despite every modern operating system being set up to do so. Viruses, messed up software and less than ideal security are all major contributors to an early grave for your hard disk. It doesn't take that long, just click yes when prompted. :: Monitor your hard disk and backup! :: Hard disk failures are not always all of a sudden. Due to slow and steady wear and tear over time hard disks become prone to failure. These failures can be detected before hand by using S.M.A.R.T technology inbuilt into the hard disks. Softwares such as DiskView and Stellar SMART use it to analyse the hard disk and keep it under check. Use such softwares to monitor your hard disk and potential hard disk failures. But the best and the safest way is to backup! Invest in a secondary hard disk, be it internal or external and maintain a backup of all your important data. A few bucks will go a long way in case of a hard disk failure. Source :- In-house IT manager