Normal batteries wear over time — the more you charge and recharge them, the less effective they are. But the new system showed that, unlike regular batteries, which, after a few hundred charge cycles only contain a small amount of charge, it can withstand 200,000 charge cycles over three months while only losing 5 percent of its volume.
Apple’s on a buying-spree as it inclines up its endeavors in the tech business’ most recent weapons contest: computerized reasoning.
“Perceptio” was growing “profound learning” innovation for cell phones, that permitted telephones to freely distinguish pictures without depending on outside information libraries, Bloomberg said. Continue reading
After an amazing event in 2014, we’re happy to announce that WordCamp Switzerland 2015 is officially on the calendar! RapTToR prepared a keynote for this great event: Continue reading
Built with patented solid oxide fuel cell technology, Bloom’s Energy Server® is a new class of distributed power generator, producing clean, reliable, affordable electricity at the customer site.
Bloom Energy generates clean, reliable power onsite with minimal environmental impact, making the Bloom Energy Server® one of the most sustainable solutions on the market today. Compared to alternative sources, Bloom delivers enhanced sustainability benefits in many ways: high efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, avoided air pollutants, small physical footprint, and reduced water use. Continue reading
So, thousands of #android devices finally “overcome” less than dozen #iOS devices … funny, I was this news serious. If I must choose, I would still rather have 3GS over S4. Why – buy one iPhone, its under 50$ now, and see… What will happen if you compare adopting the newest OS? or usability / backward compatibility of devices? Not to mention profit of app sales. Delete this, somebody might think android is better.
A report from the University of Missouri-Columbia stated that a collaboration of audio and chemical analysis found plants respond to the sounds caterpillars make when eating leaves. The study also concluded that plants respond to the sounds defensively. Continue reading