Building a website that works well and looks sharp on numerous devices is critical. Your visitors aren’t chained to a desk, they will be accessing your website from desktops, phones, notepads and laptops. Each device has different screen shapes and different resolutions and they will be interacting with your site in many different ways. There are […]
IBM, in collaboration with Samsung and others has successfully cut the size of transistors in half. The most popular transistor in use today is about 14 nanometers (1 nanometer = 1 billionth of a meter), IBM’s chip contains transistors that are 7 nanometers across. These transistors are slightly larger than a strand of DNA! This equates […]
Due to the faultering sales of the Windows Phone, Microsoft has decided to make major cuts in its phone related departments. But according to Forbes this doesn’t necessarily signal an end to the company’s foray into the mobile market. It is entirely possible that Microsoft is gearing up to streamline its efforts, relying heavily […]
TechCrunch has a great article on the direction of the next Windows operating system. It appears that the mobile emphasis of Windows 8 will be more balanced in the next operating system offering. The result is the same app-store and live tiles, but with a more Windows 7 like desktop experience. Read the TechCrunch article […]
Google is launching the Android One with the goal of making it accessible to more people. Phones made by an India firm will sell for less than $100 as reported by ZDNet.
As BBC Technology reports, Simplelocker is the first confirmed piece of ransomware that encrypts the data held on Android SD cards. Cryptolocker has been wreaking havoc on Windows machines – and making it’s creators/distributers millions of dollars. So it isn’t a surprise that the malware known as ransomware is spreading. Be very careful when installing apps on your […]