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Li-Fi - an alternative for Wi-Fi?

Jul 29 2011 05:18 PM | Dragonji in Technology

Visible light communication (VLC) or simply "Li-Fi" uses rapid pulses of light to transmit information wirelessly. Now, with a new generation of high-brightness light-emitting diodes, it may be ready to compete with conventional Wi-Fi. VLC enc...

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802.11ac - next generation high-speed WiFi

Jul 12 2011 07:24 PM | Dragonji in Technology

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) has shown what might be the next version of high speed WiFi. Currently named 802.11ac, the new proposed standard is able to deliver 120Mbps throughput to three receivers at the same time. 802.11ac uses...

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Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapters declared illegal

Jul 18 2011 01:06 PM | Dragonji in Technology

If you've been thinking about buying a one piece Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI cable to bring videos from your Macbook to an HDTV, you may want to get it now. According to a report from TechRadar, the group behind HDMI has decided they don't meet th...

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AMD Catalystâ„¢ 12.4 Windows Update Released

Apr 28 2012 01:11 PM | hellreturn in Technology

AMD Catalyst 12.4 Windows update is released: NEW FEATURES Windows XP support for the AMD Radeon HD 7900 Series, AMD Radeon HD 7800, and AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series - In addition to Windows 7 and Windows Vista support, Catalyst 12.4 now also introduces...

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Netflix price hike angers users, many customers...

Jul 14 2011 08:04 PM | hellreturn in Technology

Some Netflix customers called it a slap in the face. Others a betrayal. Many threatened to drop the movie service. On Wednesday, many of them vented on Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere, seething over Netflix Inc.'s decision to raise its prices by u...

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Cyber attack hits Governments, IOC and UN

Aug 03 2011 08:07 PM | hellreturn in Technology

IT security firm McAfee claims to have uncovered one of the largest ever series of cyber attacks. It lists 72 different organisations that were targeted over five years, including the International Olympic Committee, the UN and security firms. McAfee...

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Google+ iPhone app now available

Jul 20 2011 07:12 PM | hellreturn in Technology

We've been playing around with Google+ for a few weeks now, but until today the mobile options for the iPhone owners among us were limited to a clunky phone browser version of the G+ website. Today that changes with the launch of the official Googl...

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Apple made Lion OS X too much like iPhone, iPad?

Jul 20 2011 07:05 PM | hellreturn in Technology

The newest version of Apple's Mac OS X operating system is finally here, and Lion has brought with it both minor tweaks and some big changes, but is it all for the better? Apple's iPhone and iPad lines have been selling at a rate that puts hotc...

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Google promises to speed up websites!

Jul 30 2011 11:31 PM | Dragonji in Technology

Google launched a new service on Thursday that can automatically speed up a website's page load times. That's a good thing, as separate studies from Google and Aberdeen Group have shown faster-loading sites boost customer satisfaction and ad re...

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Google revises Google+ naming policy

Jul 26 2011 08:29 PM | hellreturn in Technology

After banning many Google+ accounts over the weekend that they assumed weren't using real names, Google offers an explanation and some work arounds. The latest and fastest growing social media network has a strict policy to use their first and last...

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