Tech

Researchers have created a prototype “computer-on-a-chip.”

The prototype’s data processing and memory circuits use less than a tenth as much electricity as any comparable electronic device. And yet despite its size, researchers designed it to perform many advanced computing feats. Electronic computing was born in the form of massive machines in air-conditioned rooms, migrated to desktops and laptops, and lives today in tiny devices like watches …

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According to a new study, PHONES STILL AREN’T QUITE RIGHT FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Researchers compared 2017 model year phones capable of receiving Wireless Emergency Alert notifications—a category that includes most top-tier phones—to 2015 versions and found improved accessibility across 10 of 13 features. Mobile phones are increasingly more accessible for people with disabilities, but there are still some significant gaps in service, according to a new study. However, phones offered through the federally …

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Future phones will be charged through radio waves

Marty Cooper, the inventor of the cell phone might be under the impression that the smartphone is definitely a mobile computing marvel, but he also thinks that charging your phone continuously is going to be a problem when he tells CNN the following: “Keeping your phone charger around is a real annoyance. And I think it’s going to be an …

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How the Internet of Things Works for Making Smart Home

Many of us have dreamed of smart home in which our home equipment do our bidding robotically. the alarm sounds and the espresso pot begins brewing the moment you want to begin your day. lights come on as you walk through the residence. a few unseen computing tool responds for your voice instructions to read your schedule and messages to …

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