24 Jul 2014
Author: oTerryHutchinss | Filed under: News
The expected boom in demand for small, often isolated devices in the Internet of Things is driving developers to craft new types of components. Two developments announced this week should help IoT come together. On Wednesday at a trade show in Tokyo, researchers showed off a prototype of a tiny power supply that harvests energy from vibrations in the air so remote sensors and other parts don’t need batteries
IoT inspires new components for energy, wireless
Just call it ‘The Fridge’ Naming a PC isn’t an easy task. It’s hard enough when you’re talking about your personal PC (Betsy, Svetlana, or Jabba work well), but when you’re a company selling a new model, Marketing 101 says the name should imbue magic and convince consumers to pony up. Though capable and reasonably priced, this medium form factor is eclipsed by smaller, faster, and cheaper machines.
AVADirect Mini Cube Gaming PC Review
A real gem of a GPU For those who haven’t kept up with current events: Late last year AMD launched its all-new Hawaii GPUs, starting with its flagship Radeon R9 290X that featured a blower-type cooler designed by AMD.
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Sapphire Tri-X Radeon R9 290X Review