CompuBrain Social Media 2.0 Best Social Media Agency Website Designing Company Ahmedabad Web Designing Agency Surat Search Engine Optimization Baroda Social Media Marketing Digital Media Agency Rajkot Technology Consultancy Mumbai Internet Reputation Management in Gujarat Hosting Services India

... 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..

Read More

... Relics of Technology ... With his series “Relics of Technology”, American photographer Jim Golden offers us a collections of objects and pieces of obsolete technology. Including some legendary tools such as punch cards, old cell phone or 3,5″ floppy disks, this series will make people recognizing these symbols of an other time nostalgic.

... Relics of Technology ... With his series “Relics of Technology”, American photographer Jim Golden offers us a collections of objects and pieces of obsolete technology. Including some legendary tools such as punch cards, old cell phone or 3,5″ floppy disks, this series will make people recognizing these symbols of an other time nostalgic.

... Relics of Technology ... With his series “Relics of Technology”, American photographer Jim Golden offers us a collections of objects and pieces of obsolete technology. Including some legendary tools such as punch cards, old cell phone or 3,5″ floppy disks, this series will make people recognizing these symbols of an other time nostalgic.

Read More

... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

... Inventor Of Bitcoin Is still A Mystery ... This unique centralized digital banking system was created by a program developer who is only known for his pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. This person with a seemingly Japanese name appeared from thin air in 2008 when his research paper was mailed to a website devoted to cryptography technology. Mr. Nakamoto is just an enigmatic person who obviously respects his privacy very much. There is a lot of speculation about his real identity, but all theories are completely unsubstantiated. We can be sure only about one fact regarding Satoshi Nakamoto. He is the first Bitcoin billionaire with a massive fortune of bitcoins worth $1.1 billion. FYI : The infamous Bitcoin system enables online peer-to-peer transactions and the exchange of digital currency. To be more specific, it uses cryptocurrency as it utilizes cryptographic technology to create and transfer money. The special bitcoins could be derived by a process called “mining” or from simply exchanging them for a variety of goods, services and other currencies.

Read More

How #Apple's New #iPhones Will Change Mobile Gaming : The 64-bit A7 Chip The iPhone 5S's A7 chip is the first mobile device to use 64-bit architecture, a huge leap for all the technology. http://mashable.com/2013/09/12/iphone-5s-gaming/

How #Apple's New #iPhones Will Change Mobile Gaming : The 64-bit A7 Chip The iPhone 5S's A7 chip is the first mobile device to use 64-bit architecture, a huge leap for all the technology. http://mashable.com/2013/09/12/iphone-5s-gaming/

How #Apple's New #iPhones Will Change Mobile Gaming : The 64-bit A7 Chip The iPhone 5S's A7 chip is the first mobile device to use 64-bit architecture, a huge leap for all the technology. http://mashable.com/2013/09/12/iphone-5s-gaming/

Read More

:: Why the 7-inch form factor is perfect for tablets :: Even with their fair share of criticism, the tablet has now become quite a popular bit of mainstream personal technology. In India, the tablet terrain is agog with the 'affordable' segment of the market that wisely places the price tag somewhere between Rs. 8,000 and Rs.18,000, and the high-end market, which is literally anything that costs above 17 to 18k. The first tablet ever conceived was the iPad, which belonged to the 10-inch range. Like Jobs had said, "seven-inch tablets are tweeners: too big to compete with a smartphone and too small to compete with the iPad", but in terms of the tablet size, we think seven inches is just about perfect, not too small, not too bulky. It brings to you decent screen size without adding any bulk that the large screen 10-inch tablets bring in. Seven-inch tablets sit snugly in their cases, and fit into your handbags and even some large pockets, which is far from possible with a 10-inch tablet.

:: Why the 7-inch form factor is perfect for tablets :: Even with their fair share of criticism, the tablet has now become quite a popular bit of mainstream personal technology. In India, the tablet terrain is agog with the 'affordable' segment of the market that wisely places the price tag somewhere between Rs. 8,000 and Rs.18,000, and the high-end market, which is literally anything that costs above 17 to 18k. The first tablet ever conceived was the iPad, which belonged to the 10-inch range. Like Jobs had said, "seven-inch tablets are tweeners: too big to compete with a smartphone and too small to compete with the iPad", but in terms of the tablet size, we think seven inches is just about perfect, not too small, not too bulky. It brings to you decent screen size without adding any bulk that the large screen 10-inch tablets bring in. Seven-inch tablets sit snugly in their cases, and fit into your handbags and even some large pockets, which is far from possible with a 10-inch tablet.

:: Why the 7-inch form factor is perfect for tablets :: Even with their fair share of criticism, the tablet has now become quite a popular bit of mainstream personal technology. In India, the tablet terrain is agog with the 'affordable' segment of the market that wisely places the price tag somewhere between Rs. 8,000 and Rs.18,000, and the high-end market, which is literally anything that costs above 17 to 18k. The first tablet ever conceived was the iPad, which belonged to the 10-inch range. Like Jobs had said, "seven-inch tablets are tweeners: too big to compete with a smartphone and too small to compete with the iPad", but in terms of the tablet size, we think seven inches is just about perfect, not too small, not too bulky. It brings to you decent screen size without adding any bulk that the large screen 10-inch tablets bring in. Seven-inch tablets sit snugly in their cases, and fit into your handbags and even some large pockets, which is far from possible with a 10-inch tablet.

Read More

:: Sony flashes new high-definition wearable video camera :: a high-definition wearable video camera that is tiny and lightweight. Sony said that it will house Sony’s trademark SteadyShot image stabilization technology. In case you did not know, SteadyShot uses motion sensors to ensure that images will remain motionless as much as possible. Sony’s new “action camera” will also sport an Exmor R CMOS image sensor and an ultra-wide angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens.

:: Sony flashes new high-definition wearable video camera :: a high-definition wearable video camera that is tiny and lightweight. Sony said that it will house Sony’s trademark SteadyShot image stabilization technology. In case you did not know, SteadyShot uses motion sensors to ensure that images will remain motionless as much as possible. Sony’s new “action camera” will also sport an Exmor R CMOS image sensor and an ultra-wide angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens.

:: Sony flashes new high-definition wearable video camera :: a high-definition wearable video camera that is tiny and lightweight. Sony said that it will house Sony’s trademark SteadyShot image stabilization technology. In case you did not know, SteadyShot uses motion sensors to ensure that images will remain motionless as much as possible. Sony’s new “action camera” will also sport an Exmor R CMOS image sensor and an ultra-wide angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens.

Read More

:: Cel-Factor technology claims to protect humans from EMF radiation :: At the CTIA Wireless event last week, bio-resonance technology company von Hoffmann & Partner Technologies together with CeL-Factor introduced its new line of EMF radiation protection devices. The CeL-Factor technology uses its own Energetic Quanta Cymatics Communication Technology (EQCCT) to protect wireless device users from absorbing the effects of EMF radiation. The company claims that its technology will help mobile users in two ways: keep a person’s head temperature cooler when using a cell phone, and keep a cell phone user’s blood in a normal state (note that this has not been proven yet). von Hoffmann and Partner Technologies reportedly participated in a comprehensive study conducted at the world renowned Jasper Clinical Research and Development to determine its effectiveness in diminishing the harmful effects of EMF radiation. So how does it work? Let’s take a closer look. According to the company, its CeL-Factor device will not affect the performance of mobile phones or other devices. CeL-Factor does not shield or block the EMF radiation from the cell phone or other wireless devices. If it did, the wireless device would not function as designed,” the company said. CeL-Factor claims to work in the body of a wearer by communicating on a cellular level to keep cells organized when distortion occurs from EMF emitting devices such as cell phones and other wireless devices. Although the World Health Organization considers the heavy usage of cell phones as carcinogenic, that will not exclude us from adding a grain of salt to the said CeL-Factor technology.

:: Cel-Factor technology claims to protect humans from EMF radiation :: At the CTIA Wireless event last week, bio-resonance technology company von Hoffmann & Partner Technologies together with CeL-Factor introduced its new line of EMF radiation protection devices. The CeL-Factor technology uses its own Energetic Quanta Cymatics Communication Technology (EQCCT) to protect wireless device users from absorbing the effects of EMF radiation. The company claims that its technology will help mobile users in two ways: keep a person’s head temperature cooler when using a cell phone, and keep a cell phone user’s blood in a normal state (note that this has not been proven yet). von Hoffmann and Partner Technologies reportedly participated in a comprehensive study conducted at the world renowned Jasper Clinical Research and Development to determine its effectiveness in diminishing the harmful effects of EMF radiation. So how does it work? Let’s take a closer look. According to the company, its CeL-Factor device will not affect the performance of mobile phones or other devices. CeL-Factor does not shield or block the EMF radiation from the cell phone or other wireless devices. If it did, the wireless device would not function as designed,” the company said. CeL-Factor claims to work in the body of a wearer by communicating on a cellular level to keep cells organized when distortion occurs from EMF emitting devices such as cell phones and other wireless devices. Although the World Health Organization considers the heavy usage of cell phones as carcinogenic, that will not exclude us from adding a grain of salt to the said CeL-Factor technology.

:: Cel-Factor technology claims to protect humans from EMF radiation :: At the CTIA Wireless event last week, bio-resonance technology company von Hoffmann & Partner Technologies together with CeL-Factor introduced its new line of EMF radiation protection devices. The CeL-Factor technology uses its own Energetic Quanta Cymatics Communication Technology (EQCCT) to protect wireless device users from absorbing the effects of EMF radiation. The company claims that its technology will help mobile users in two ways: keep a person’s head temperature cooler when using a cell phone, and keep a cell phone user’s blood in a normal state (note that this has not been proven yet). von Hoffmann and Partner Technologies reportedly participated in a comprehensive study conducted at the world renowned Jasper Clinical Research and Development to determine its effectiveness in diminishing the harmful effects of EMF radiation. So how does it work? Let’s take a closer look. According to the company, its CeL-Factor device will not affect the performance of mobile phones or other devices. CeL-Factor does not shield or block the EMF radiation from the cell phone or other wireless devices. If it did, the wireless device would not function as designed,” the company said. CeL-Factor claims to work in the body of a wearer by communicating on a cellular level to keep cells organized when distortion occurs from EMF emitting devices such as cell phones and other wireless devices. Although the World Health Organization considers the heavy usage of cell phones as carcinogenic, that will not exclude us from adding a grain of salt to the said CeL-Factor technology.

Read More

:: Soundlazer Parametric Speaker Directs A Focused Beam Of Sound To Listeners :: A new speaker concept has been created called the Soundlazer which has been created to providers users with the same directional audio support that is normally found in speakers costing Over $3,000. The technology in the Soundlazer allows you to direct the audio from it in a specific direction and little like the way you can direct light using a flashlight. To control the direction of the sound emitting from the speaker Soundlazer uses 39 separate high frequency ultrasonic beams. The audio within the beams is to hight to be heard whilst it travels through the air but can be hear by the object the sound waves collide with. The Soundlazer creates a 2-foot diameter beam and can travel up to 30 feet in on direction. “The Soundlazer circuit board is packed with tiny technology. It contains 39 piezo ultrasonic transducers, an Analog Devices ADAU1701 Digital Signal Processor and lots of other surface mount parts. Normally, all this technology would cost more but with the help of Kickstarter, we can get discount pricing by manufacturing many complete units at the same time.” Via:- Geeky Gadgets

:: Soundlazer Parametric Speaker Directs A Focused Beam Of Sound To Listeners :: A new speaker concept has been created called the Soundlazer which has been created to providers users with the same directional audio support that is normally found in speakers costing Over $3,000. The technology in the Soundlazer allows you to direct the audio from it in a specific direction and little like the way you can direct light using a flashlight. To control the direction of the sound emitting from the speaker Soundlazer uses 39 separate high frequency ultrasonic beams. The audio within the beams is to hight to be heard whilst it travels through the air but can be hear by the object the sound waves collide with. The Soundlazer creates a 2-foot diameter beam and can travel up to 30 feet in on direction. “The Soundlazer circuit board is packed with tiny technology. It contains 39 piezo ultrasonic transducers, an Analog Devices ADAU1701 Digital Signal Processor and lots of other surface mount parts. Normally, all this technology would cost more but with the help of Kickstarter, we can get discount pricing by manufacturing many complete units at the same time.” Via:- Geeky Gadgets

:: Soundlazer Parametric Speaker Directs A Focused Beam Of Sound To Listeners :: A new speaker concept has been created called the Soundlazer which has been created to providers users with the same directional audio support that is normally found in speakers costing Over $3,000. The technology in the Soundlazer allows you to direct the audio from it in a specific direction and little like the way you can direct light using a flashlight. To control the direction of the sound emitting from the speaker Soundlazer uses 39 separate high frequency ultrasonic beams. The audio within the beams is to hight to be heard whilst it travels through the air but can be hear by the object the sound waves collide with. The Soundlazer creates a 2-foot diameter beam and can travel up to 30 feet in on direction. “The Soundlazer circuit board is packed with tiny technology. It contains 39 piezo ultrasonic transducers, an Analog Devices ADAU1701 Digital Signal Processor and lots of other surface mount parts. Normally, all this technology would cost more but with the help of Kickstarter, we can get discount pricing by manufacturing many complete units at the same time.” Via:- Geeky Gadgets

Read More

Reliance to launch 4G network coming December Reliance Industries has finally gone ahead to reveal that they will be launching 4G network in December. But, before this the BWA network will be launched. Taking their cue from Reliance, other telecom companies will launch this network in the first quarter of the coming year. Reliance has chosen the LTE technology and they were tight lipped about their 4G plans as there security clearance issues as well as the dearth of devices that support the LTE technology. LTE and WiMax have the 4G or BWA technology and offer lightning fast speed wireless broadband access (greater than 100 Mbps), while users can access speeds of 10 Mbps on these networks. The best part is that the LTE technology supports both GSM and the CDMA network. During the BWA (broadband wireless access) spectrum auction that was held in June this year, Infotel Broadband Services (now owned by Reliance Industries) acquired the licenses for 22 circles while Aircel acquired eight, and Bharti Airtel and Qualcomm acquired four circles each, Tikona acquired five and Augere bagged one. Of these companies, none except Qualcomm has made their choice of technology clear. But it is still known that LTE technology is the one that is preferred as compared to the other. Source: techieask.com

Reliance to launch 4G network coming December Reliance Industries has finally gone ahead to reveal that they will be launching 4G network in December. But, before this the BWA network will be launched. Taking their cue from Reliance, other telecom companies will launch this network in the first quarter of the coming year. Reliance has chosen the LTE technology and they were tight lipped about their 4G plans as there security clearance issues as well as the dearth of devices that support the LTE technology. LTE and WiMax have the 4G or BWA technology and offer lightning fast speed wireless broadband access (greater than 100 Mbps), while users can access speeds of 10 Mbps on these networks. The best part is that the LTE technology supports both GSM and the CDMA network. During the BWA (broadband wireless access) spectrum auction that was held in June this year, Infotel Broadband Services (now owned by Reliance Industries) acquired the licenses for 22 circles while Aircel acquired eight, and Bharti Airtel and Qualcomm acquired four circles each, Tikona acquired five and Augere bagged one. Of these companies, none except Qualcomm has made their choice of technology clear. But it is still known that LTE technology is the one that is preferred as compared to the other. Source: techieask.com

Reliance to launch 4G network coming December Reliance Industries has finally gone ahead to reveal that they will be launching 4G network in December. But, before this the BWA network will be launched. Taking their cue from Reliance, other telecom companies will launch this network in the first quarter of the coming year. Reliance has chosen the LTE technology and they were tight lipped about their 4G plans as there security clearance issues as well as the dearth of devices that support the LTE technology. LTE and WiMax have the 4G or BWA technology and offer lightning fast speed wireless broadband access (greater than 100 Mbps), while users can access speeds of 10 Mbps on these networks. The best part is that the LTE technology supports both GSM and the CDMA network. During the BWA (broadband wireless access) spectrum auction that was held in June this year, Infotel Broadband Services (now owned by Reliance Industries) acquired the licenses for 22 circles while Aircel acquired eight, and Bharti Airtel and Qualcomm acquired four circles each, Tikona acquired five and Augere bagged one. Of these companies, none except Qualcomm has made their choice of technology clear. But it is still known that LTE technology is the one that is preferred as compared to the other. Source: techieask.com

Read More