Author - Ligo George

Microchip to Increase 25% Performance of dsPIC(R) DSCs

Microchip Inc. is a leading  manufacture of micro-controller,  Flash IP and analog solutions, memory etc and provides low cost easy way for product development. Microchip has announced a 25% performance increase on its dsPIC33F  "GS" series of Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs) for Switched Mode Power Supply ( SMPSs). Its features includes on-chip peripherals for digital power applications such as, Analog Comparator, Pulse Width Modulation and Digital to Analog Converter modules. It also provides 5o MIPS performance. It can support many applications such as Uninterrupted Power Supplies (UPS),...

Smart tag to Print Electronics on Plastic

Technology is exponentially advancing day by day. Now a Norway based ThinFilm Electronics announced that they are planning to make an electronic device on a piece of plastic. Researchers at PARC and ThinFilm Electronics had developed the technology to print electronics circuits and devices on plastic by using a printer similar to one attached to our computer. This is done by using organic ferroelectric  polymer ink. The exact details are not published, but by examining the picture we can understand that it looks...

Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830I gets Android 2.3.6 update in India

Android 2.3.6 is a bug fix release which comes to solve the voice search issues in previous versions. Many users claim that voice search initializes itself, while using other applications. Fortunately google reacts fastly to solve it. Android 2.3.6 updates are available for Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830I users. This is an official release from Samsung and the users can update over air. This will update your Android to Android 2.3.6 if you are on Android 2.3.5 and you can directly proceed with that. This update is now...

LG Launches 72 – Inch 3D Smart TV

LG announced the launch of 72 Inch 3D smart TV. It has 59 inches wide and 40 inches tall, will let the viewers to see life sized 3D action on a crisp picture will all the benefits of a Smart TV. D Y Kim President of Gulf LG Electronics said that "As time passes, customers are becoming more enthralled with the concept of owning a Cinema 3D Smart TV,” “What we have introduced here is a significantly advanced entertainment unit in the...

Samsung Galaxy Nexus violates Apple’s slide-to-unlock Utility Patent

Samsung and Apple, the two electronic giants are having war in a court in Germany.  Samsung recently lost one out of seven infringement claims against Apple in Germany related to 3g/UMTS functionality. In three court hearings, slide-to-unlock invention was discussed. The first was in December where Apple raised slide-to-unlock patent lawsuit against Samsung, second they also fought against Motorola for the same patent. Now the case by Apple against Samsung with a utility model. The interesting fact is that, Apple fought against Samsung who made Google Phone Galaxy Nexus without suing...

X3 Quad-Core Processor from LG

It seems that the launch of quad core handsets will arrive sooner than expected. HTC had sent out invites to some of the tech site for the media event going to be held on 26th of February, 2012, just ahead of MWC. Since it is a major event, they focus mainly on the product announcement, they could mainly the world's first quad core smart phone the HTC Edge. However, irrespective of our expectations, it appears that LG is jumped a...

Silver Ink to Print Electronics Circuits

A team of researchers at the University of Illinois, Hans Thurnauer, professor of materials science and engineering, and Jennifer Bernhard, a professor of electrical and computer engineering had developed Silver Ink to print high performance electronics circuits. Silver ink is a cheap and efficient way to print electronics circuits than that of our traditional copper. Developed ink is comprised of silver acetate dissolved in ammonia to give a clear solution. According to the Journal of the American Chemical Society the ink will sort out some of the problems...

Intel’s new Warranty plan to cover Processors damaged by Overclocking and Overvoltaging

Overclocking has been an inevitable part of high end performance personal computers for many years.  Most of the tool that available today to boost the performance of our computers are harmful to our processors due to overclocking and overvoltaging. The devices that are damaged by these are not covered by warranty policies. Intel Corp. has decided to change it. Targeted on these enthusiast community Intel introduced a new pilot plan on Wednesday called Performance Tuning Protection Plan(PTPP). The new pilot service...

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