Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Next gen USB 3.1 connector will be reversible, smaller than USB 3.0

In order to squeeze the ultra-fast 10Gbps USB 3.1 standard into the next gen of slim devices, he Usb 3.0 Promoter team has recently published the Usb Type-C connector. It'll be comparative in size to existing Usb 2.0 Micro-B connectors, while carrying Usb 3.1 velocities and other unique focal points over current cables. For beginners, the new look will be reversible like Apple's Lightning

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Monday, November 25, 2013

Build a PC From Scratch with Kano Computer Kit

Kano is a Pc kit created to help people of all ages assemble a pc from scratch, and learn basic coding skills. The kickstarter team that created this project has reached its $100,000 goal on Kickstarter in just 18 hours. Powered by a Raspberry Pi computing module, the unit incorporates two guideline manuals, a custom case, a 8gb Sd card, a key-board, a speaker, a a power plug, and HDMI and

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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Developer ports iOS core to To Nokia N900, Opens Door To iOS Running On Non-Apple Hardware

Programming designer Winocm has figured out how to port the core elements of Apple’s iOS operating system to non-Apple devices. The code name of the core is the “XNU Kernel” and this is the thing that Apple improved over a decade prior to make the establishment of Os X (and later, ios). As might be seen in the picture above from Steven Troughton-Smith, the system is effectively running on a

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