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Nike Pulls The Plug On Wearable Hardware

Nike Pulls The Plug On Wearable Hardware

The wearables market is only getting started but one of the early entrants, Nike, is pulling the plug on its wearable hardware. The company has apparently decided to focus more on fitness-related software.

By On April 20, 2014 Respond
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Firefox OS Becomes Faster, Runs On Better Hardware Now

Firefox OS Becomes Faster, Runs On Better Hardware Now

Firefox OS may be far from being a contender in the smartphone arena but the Mozilla team has been quietly and consistently building it. A number of vendors have unveiled Firefox OS devices at MWC this year, showing significant improvements.

By On February 25, 2014 Respond
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Motorola Unveils Ara, An Open Hardware Platform To Devise Customizable Handsets

Motorola Unveils Ara, An Open Hardware Platform To Devise Customizable Handsets

Google’s Android is the most popular smartphone platform in the world, at least when gauging from the number of Android handsets sold. Motorola is now undertaking a similar project, except that it is in the domain of hardware. The company has unveiled Ara, a hardware platform which would let you create customizable smartphones.

By On October 29, 2013 Respond
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Nvidia Turned Down The Opportunity To Provide PS4 Hardware

Nvidia Turned Down The Opportunity To Provide PS4 Hardware

Sony has been gearing up for its next gaming console for quite a while now. And the company has been successful in making many headlines with the new PS4. Apparently, Nvidia had an opportunity to be the hardware provider for the new console but the company turned down that offer.

By On March 17, 2013 Respond
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Tim Cook Iterates Apple Is Not A Hardware Company

Tim Cook Iterates Apple Is Not A Hardware Company

Since its inception, Apple has primarily been a hardware company. It came up with the Mac, then subsequent computing machines, laptops and in a more recent age, music players, smartphones and tablets. However, Tim Cook reminds us, Apple is not just a hardware company, the software component is also becoming a critical part of it.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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Valve Invites People To Playtest Its Futurestic Hardware Prototypes

Valve Invites People To Playtest Its Futurestic Hardware Prototypes

Valve is a wildly popular phenomenon among the gamer community. Its game distribution engine, Steam, has recently stepped into the software arena as well and there had been reports that the company was also planning to launch its own hardware. Now, Valve is inviting people to fill out its survey and express their interest, and expertise, in playtesting its hardware prototypes.

By On October 11, 2012 Respond
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Valve Finally Enters The Computer Hardware Market

Valve Finally Enters The Computer Hardware Market

Valve is known as one of the most successful and innovative software companies around the world. Software is naturally its forte with special focus on gaming. In the past, there have been rumors that Valve may jump in the computer hardware bandwagon soon. It now seems that the company is finally living up to this.

By On September 4, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Save And Re-Install All Hardware Drivers – Easy Way

[Tutorial] How To Save And Re-Install All Hardware Drivers – Easy Way

Computer Hardware’s drivers can sometimes cause huge problems when you have to install them on your computer and especially when you decide to buy a printer, scanner, graphics card, monitor, web camera, network card, or any other hardware for your computer. No matter which hardware you buy it is usually accompanied by a CD on which are the drivers located. These drivers allow Windows to recognize and be able to interact with your hardware. So you must install them in order to properly and effectively use your newly bought hardware. The problem is that in case of crash and reinstalling Windows, you need to reinstall all the drivers for your hardware too, that is to say find all the drivers CD’s or search them one by one on the Internet , hoping that they are always available. To greatly simplify the task, you can save all hardware drivers already installed on your computer. In this tutorial I will show you how to use a free tool called DriverMax which will help you to easily backup, restore and manage all your drivers.

By On July 7, 2012 Respond
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Microsoft’s Surface Tablet May Make Business Difficult For Other Hardware Vendors

Microsoft’s Surface Tablet May Make Business Difficult For Other Hardware Vendors

For long, Microsoft has mostly been a software company (except for its XBox venture), creating new and better software and shipping it out to hardware vendors for use. However, given Apple’s immense success, it had become evident that a hardware-plus-software company, with the tight integration of the two, would sell better in today’s tech world. The examples in this case are iPhone and iPad. And, the Microsoft’s new venture, the Surface tablet, casts some serious doubts within industry analysts that the company is out to follow Apple’s business model.

By On June 21, 2012 Respond
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Mozilla May Finally Crack The HTML5  Mobile Hardware Integration Riddle

Mozilla May Finally Crack The HTML5 Mobile Hardware Integration Riddle

HTML5 development has hit stumbling block in that so far, HTML5 developers have been unable to integrate a mobile browser to the hardware of a mobile device. If this issue is resolved, it can open up a whole world of possibilities for HTML5 developers as well as for the mobile devices. And it would now seem that Mozilla is on the verge of solving this riddle.

By On June 7, 2012 1 Response
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Former Microsoft Executive Says Zune Hardware Was A Mistake

Former Microsoft Executive Says Zune Hardware Was A Mistake

Back in 2006, Microsoft launched a Zune hardware, which was basically a portable media player that was supposed to compete with Apple’s iPod, which by then was a huge hit with the world. Naturally, the music industry didn’t pay much heed to Microsoft’s Zune and in the long run, it turned out to be a failure. Now, Robbie Bach, a former executive at Microsoft who was in charge of Zune, admits what a mistake Zune was and how it could have been better.

By On May 16, 2012 Respond
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Samsung’s Reference Hardware Runs Tizen OS, Features Non-PenTile Super AMOLED Plus Display

Samsung’s Reference Hardware Runs Tizen OS, Features Non-PenTile Super AMOLED Plus Display

Samsung has been slowly giving out the details of its upcoming reference hardware. Earlier, we were being told that was is nearly sure about the device is that it will be running a Linux-based Tizen OS. Now, another report is claiming that the device will have a non-PenTile Super AMOLED HD Plus display.

By On May 12, 2012 Respond
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Tired Of Rumor? Valve Software Finally Reveals Mystery Hardware Project!

Tired Of Rumor? Valve Software Finally Reveals Mystery Hardware Project!

Valve Software is widely accustomed to public speculation. Unlike many organizations, Valve doesn’t build organizational barriers to its employees by default; it just trusts them and gets out of their way so they can create value. But now, Valve Software has set the world of gaming news abuzz by attempting to hire hardware engineers. Not only that but also Valve developer Michael Abrash has revealed a hardware prototype which is a wearable computer technology.

By On April 16, 2012 1 Response
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Mobile Phone Tracking Now Possible With Cheap Hardware And Open-Source Software

Mobile Phone Tracking Now Possible With Cheap Hardware And Open-Source Software

An excellent research at University of Minnesota has revealed that a mobile phone can be easily tracked by any third party hacker, without the knowledge of the user or the mobile carrier, through a small hacking trick. All it requires is a cheap mobile phone and an open-source software and this enables a hacker to know the location of a mobile user any time. How can this be accomplished is detailed below.

By On February 18, 2012 1 Response
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Apple May Go Back To Nvidia For Mac Pro Hardware

Apple May Go Back To Nvidia For Mac Pro Hardware

Reports are suggesting that Apple may switch, yet again, back to Nvidia for the GPUs of the upcoming Mac Pro hardware update. Another claim that is part of this latest report is that the new Mac Pros will be featuring the much-anticipated Intel Ivy Bridge processor. This processor makes use of Trigate transistor technology and is being hailed as the next big thing from Intel. It boasts the speed of the processor by up to 37 percent and at the same time, consumes much less power.

By On February 16, 2012 Respond
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