After the former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il declared himself an expert in the field of technology and Internet, it has come the time for his son and his successor, Kim Jong Un, to prove that he is also a fan of technology. According to information provided by the official agency KCNA, quoted by NorthKorea … Continue reading North Korea to Build its Own Tablet
Although the sources and methods on renewable energy are far from being in an early stage, if everything goes well with a given project, all the research to date could be reduced to zero, in terms of efficiency. Given that solar energy is one of the most constant sources of energy and plant photosynthesis is … Continue reading Artificial Leaf: the Answer for the Future of Renewable Energy?
Two years ago Samsung was launching the TL500, called EX1 overseas. This was to be a compact digital camera with top equipment, suitable for a professional photographer who cannot use the DSLR everywhere. The F1.8 objective was one of the strengths of the device. Now Samsung has announced its successor, EX2F model. As expected, the … Continue reading Samsung EX2F – Top Compact with Bright Lens
Despite high costs and limited life, Li-Ion batteries are the preferred choice for years to power portable computers, mobile phones and almost any other portable gadgets. Currently, progress in the world of lithium batteries has paused, showing that Li-Ion battery technology begins to reach its limits. A good example of this is the growing gap … Continue reading Is there an Alternative to Li-Ion Batteries?
Kicking a bit of competition for the BlackBerry, the latest of the ruggedized Android smartphones from Motorola the Defy Pro has been launched with a physical keyboard. The Motorola Defy Pro QWERTY model has so much in common with the BlackBerry in as much as looks are concerned that at first looks you can be … Continue reading Motorola Announces Defy Pro QWERTY model