Technology

Photo Shows How Computer Chips Were Made In 1975

…how do they get these impossibly complex designs into the processors? That leads us to the photo…featuring a Motorola engineer in the 1970s, taking a close look at the drawn transistors of a computer chip. These sheets, all color-coded, would soon be printed onto a piece of silicon, giving a tightly-wound processor more computing ability than one could ever get ... Read More »

Moto G5, Moto G5 Plus UK release date, price, specification rumours: New Moto G expected to hit UK stores mid-March

Ah, the Moto G. One of the UK’s best-loved budget phones, and one of PC Advisor’s biggest headaches. Don’t get us wrong, it’s a great budget phone, but until 2016 when new owner Lenovo announced the Moto G4, Moto G4 Play and Moto G4 Plus, Motorola had launched a long string of very similar smartphones all called the Moto G. ... Read More »

Waterjet Cutting and Its Manufacturing Applications

Waterjet technology has been around for decades, playing a key role in the success of various sectors in the manufacturing industry. Using water to make precision cuts remain a popular option for businesses today despite the presence of other options such as laser and plasma cutting. How Does It Work? Contrary to what its name suggests, waterjet cutting doesn’t actually ... Read More »

When Will There Be 5G Wireless? Really Soon, Says AT&T

AT&T’s (NYSE:T) next generation of wireless service just got a little closer to reality after the company announced that its 5G wireless will be rolled out in Austin and Indianapolis by the end of the year. The company says that the new service will offer speeds of 400 megabits per second or higher with network upgrades enabling speeds of up ... Read More »

nited Airlines Working With Apple, IBM For Employee Apps

SHUTTERSTOCK United Airlines wants its employees to be productive on-the-go and is working with Apple and IBM to develop solutions for more than 50,000 of its workers. Reports Thursday (Feb. 2) said the airliner is collaborating with the technology giants to develop enterprise apps for iPhones and iPads used by its employees to help its workers access critical corporate information without ... Read More »

Jailbreak Users Beware: Apple Has Stopped Signing iOS 10.2

Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.2 firmware for iPhone and iPad, making downgrade from iOS 10.2.1 impossible. Once You Upgrade to iOS 10.2.1 You Are Stuck for Good – Downgrade to iOS 10.2 No Longer Possible At the time of writing, iOS 10.2 is the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS that can be swiftly jailbroken and is no longer signed ... Read More »

The Businessperson’s Guide To The iMovie Galaxy

These days, making professional-looking movies and presentations is a necessity when marketing your business. If you have an Apple Mac, then the best pre-installed program on it by far is iMovie. If you want your marketing to look like a million dollars, check out this business person’s guide to iMovie Galaxy. Create impressive and effective video content on iMovie today. ... Read More »

Samsung Earnings Are Rebounding as Flurry of New Biz Tech Appears

One of the stories somewhat lost in the headlines earlier this month, is that of an impressive comeback. After almost two years of lagging performance, Samsung operating profits rose 80 percent during the last quarter over the same time last year. Reuters reports much of the cause of declining profits was due to losing part of the smartphone market share to Apple. While ... Read More »

Samsung Flow Connects Tablet, Computer — Even Your TV

Samsung has unveiled Flow, a new device handoff feature that will eventually let you start an activity on one device and move it to another. This means you could eventually get an email notification on your smartwatch then switch to your smartphone or tablet to read. Finally, you could switch to your laptop when you’re ready to type a response, ... Read More »

Facebook Reportedly Developing App for Television Set-Top Boxes

Facebook Inc is creating an app for television set-top boxes, including Apple Inc’s Apple TV, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The world’s biggest online social network is also in discussions with media companies to license long-form, TV-quality programming, the Journal reported on Tuesday. Facebook declined to comment. An app for set-top boxes would bring ... Read More »