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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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... 100 days for India's Mars spacecraft's tryst with red planet ... Exactly 100 days from today, India's Mars spacecraft is scheduled for a rendezvous with the red planet as it is rapidly coasting towards its target covering almost 70 per cent of its journey. On September 24, a very significant technological milestone of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) called Mars Orbit Insertion is planned, Indian Space Research Organisation's Bangalore headquarter said. MOM, which is rapidly racing towards its target in its 300-day voyage in deep space, is at a radio distance of 108 million km from earth. A signal takes six minutes to reach Earth from MOM.

... 100 days for India's Mars spacecraft's tryst with red planet ... Exactly 100 days from today, India's Mars spacecraft is scheduled for a rendezvous with the red planet as it is rapidly coasting towards its target covering almost 70 per cent of its journey. On September 24, a very significant technological milestone of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) called Mars Orbit Insertion is planned, Indian Space Research Organisation's Bangalore headquarter said. MOM, which is rapidly racing towards its target in its 300-day voyage in deep space, is at a radio distance of 108 million km from earth. A signal takes six minutes to reach Earth from MOM.

... 100 days for India's Mars spacecraft's tryst with red planet ... Exactly 100 days from today, India's Mars spacecraft is scheduled for a rendezvous with the red planet as it is rapidly coasting towards its target covering almost 70 per cent of its journey. On September 24, a very significant technological milestone of Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) called Mars Orbit Insertion is planned, Indian Space Research Organisation's Bangalore headquarter said. MOM, which is rapidly racing towards its target in its 300-day voyage in deep space, is at a radio distance of 108 million km from earth. A signal takes six minutes to reach Earth from MOM.

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... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

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... New Studies Show Health Risks From Wireless Technology ... The BioInitiative Working Group says evidence for health risk from wireless tech is growing stronger and warrants immediate action. The Group released a mid-year update covering new science studies from 2012 to 2014. New studies intensify medical concerns about malignant brain tumors from cell phone use. “There is a consistent pattern of increased risk for glioma (a malignant brain tumor) and acoustic neuroma with use of mobile and cordless phones” says Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD at Orebro University, Sweden, according to studies released in 2012 and 2013. “Epidemiological evidence shows that radiofrequency should be classified as a known human carcinogen. The existing FCC/IEEE and ICNIRP public safety limits are not adequate to protect public health.” Read more : http://www.activistpost.com/2014/04/new-studies-show-health-risks-from.html

... New Studies Show Health Risks From Wireless Technology ... The BioInitiative Working Group says evidence for health risk from wireless tech is growing stronger and warrants immediate action. The Group released a mid-year update covering new science studies from 2012 to 2014. New studies intensify medical concerns about malignant brain tumors from cell phone use. “There is a consistent pattern of increased risk for glioma (a malignant brain tumor) and acoustic neuroma with use of mobile and cordless phones” says Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD at Orebro University, Sweden, according to studies released in 2012 and 2013. “Epidemiological evidence shows that radiofrequency should be classified as a known human carcinogen. The existing FCC/IEEE and ICNIRP public safety limits are not adequate to protect public health.” Read more : http://www.activistpost.com/2014/04/new-studies-show-health-risks-from.html

... New Studies Show Health Risks From Wireless Technology ... The BioInitiative Working Group says evidence for health risk from wireless tech is growing stronger and warrants immediate action. The Group released a mid-year update covering new science studies from 2012 to 2014. New studies intensify medical concerns about malignant brain tumors from cell phone use. “There is a consistent pattern of increased risk for glioma (a malignant brain tumor) and acoustic neuroma with use of mobile and cordless phones” says Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD at Orebro University, Sweden, according to studies released in 2012 and 2013. “Epidemiological evidence shows that radiofrequency should be classified as a known human carcinogen. The existing FCC/IEEE and ICNIRP public safety limits are not adequate to protect public health.” Read more : http://www.activistpost.com/2014/04/new-studies-show-health-risks-from.html

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Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

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What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

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:: Interviewer : Sir, what is your resolution for the year 2012? Bijoy Patel : Ummm, it's gonna be 1920 X 1080 or higher. :: :: Team CompuBrain wishes You all a Technological Year 2012 ::

:: Interviewer : Sir, what is your resolution for the year 2012? Bijoy Patel : Ummm, it's gonna be 1920 X 1080 or higher. :: :: Team CompuBrain wishes You all a Technological Year 2012 ::

:: Interviewer : Sir, what is your resolution for the year 2012? Bijoy Patel : Ummm, it's gonna be 1920 X 1080 or higher. :: :: Team CompuBrain wishes You all a Technological Year 2012 ::

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:: Crazy Tech Predictions for 2012:: 1. Facebook Buys Digg :- Facebook’s 2012 will look a lot like its 2011: More growth, more change. Still, it hasn’t quite broken through on the content curation and voting side of things. With all the frictionless sharing people will be doing, they may no longer think about accumulating “likes.” Digg started using Facebook’s OpenGraph in 2011, which makes it easy to share what you’re reading on Digg to Facebook. As I see it, this is simply the first step on the road to a much deeper relationship. When Facebook buys Digg next year, users will get the ability to “Digg” not only profile pages, but people. That’s right, you could really “Digg” someone on Facebook. It’s so 1976, but also so cool. 2.Scientists and Hollywood Develop New Way to End Movies :- 3D has pretty much flopped, and it’s getting tougher and tougher to get movie-goers into theaters. Scientists will partner with Hollywood studios to unveil a new technology known as “Fresh Ends.” Using CGI, Hollywood script writers, voice and context recognition and logic algorithms, Fresh Ends technology will generate new endings for some of the world’s most popular films. These slightly rewritten movies will be re-released to theaters — just like the 3D rereleases — and are expected to add 15- to 20% additional box office returns to each film. For now, Fresh Ends only works with movies shot digitally. 3.Apple Intros a 5-inch Tablet Phone Hybrid :- Sorry, no iPhone 5 or iPad 3. Unable to decide whether it should deliver a 7-inch iPad 3 or a 4.5-inch iPhone 5,Apple comes down squarely in the middle with a giant handheld that, naturally, makes calls and is almost large enough to be a usable tablet. The hidden bonus? It’s also a fully functional HDTV. Apple, however, will remain mum for most of the year on whether or not it plans on actually delivering a larger Apple iTV. 4.Google+ Takes Center Stage :- Virtually unchanged for more than a decade, Google’s search page undergoes a subtle, yet important transformation. The search giant places a “+” sign right next to the “Google” Logo. But the change is more than logo-deep. If you hit your own “+” sign on your keyboard before typing in your search query, all results will feature Google+ search results on top. If you hit “+” twice, your search query can be used to launch a new Google+ post. You’ll still have to select which circles you want to share your search query with. Rumors will swirl throughout 2012 that Google wants to rename the entire company “Google+".