Category: Technology News
Trendnet has announced a new wireless travel router designed to make it easier for mobile professionals to set up a wireless network while on the road. The device is designed to share a single Internet connection with multiple users and is called the TEW-714TRU.
It’s a big pain in the butt keeping cords tangle free and secure when you’re on the road or when you store cords in your desk. My cords inevitably come out of the desk in one massive tangle along with pens and other things that happen to be in the drawer. If you like to have highly organized cables, you might appreciate this Kickstarter campaign for three different cord management products.
Price fixing in the technology world is nothing new, multiple companies have been fined for fixing prices for various items such as LCD screens in the past. Both Panasonic Corp. and Sanyo Co. have each agreed to pay a portion of a massive fine for price-fixing in the battery and auto part markets. Each company will pay a portion of a fine totaling $56.5 million.
One of the reasons that the Hubble Space Telescope is such an important tool to astronomers and scientists is because it’s outside the Earth’s atmosphere giving it a better view of the galaxy around us. A pair of private companies are set to team up in an attempt to place a telescope on the surface of the moon. The two companies are Moon Express and the International Lunar Observatory Association.
It has been a few days since Google rolled out the new Gmail tabbed interface. Many have been in the favor while many don’t like the newly introduced interface. Recently, Google announced that it will roll out a new full screen compose window for Gmail. Previously, when you compose a new email, a small popup window appears that resides in the bottom right corner of the screen. You can click on the popup button to use it as a separate window but many users prefer to work in the same tab with a full screen compose windows, as it gives them more room to write emails.
More details about Samsung Exynos 5 Octa have emerged through DDaily -a Korean publication. The report also claims that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will powered by the Exynos 5 Octa rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 chipset.