Hardware

Samsung has just announced the refreshment of galaxy tab series with Galaxy Tab 3.0. Higher end option is the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($399) which packs 1.6Ghz Intel Atom Z2560 processor with just 1GB of RAM and good ol’ 1280*800 LCD TFT display. Galaxy Tab 8.0 and 7.0 also gets the refreshment and Galaxy Tab […]

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PlayStation 4 Hardware analysis and Price

by Ruchira on June 11, 2013

Sony just announced the PlayStation 4 few hours ago at the E3 conference 2013. I think it looks more appealing than the Xbox One and hardware wise there aren’t any huge improvements like PS3 had when comparing with PS2 but its acceptable. PS3 still handles  great graphics without a glitch and PS4 is certainly has better hardware. PlayStation […]

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Xbox One hardware specs and Cloud features

by Ruchira on May 28, 2013

So its been a few days since Microsoft announced Xbox One and there aren’t any wow factors about Xbox one except for the new improved Kinect. And again Xbox seems to be behind on hardware department when comparing with the leaked specs of upcoming Play Station 4. Here are the specs of Xbox One if you are […]

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Google Compute Engine benchmarks

by Ruchira on May 23, 2013

Google has announced immediate availability of Google Compute Engine to the general public at the Google IO 2013. Google Compute Engine is Google’s answer to the Amazon EC2 and other cloud platforms and it lets you to run virtual machines just like Ec2 with multiple configuration options. Compute Engine instances are based on KVM virtualization whereas EC2 is […]

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Nginx Auto Installer minor update

by Ruchira on May 17, 2013

You might know about the Nginx Auto install script listed on this blog . Its been almost 3 years since I have released my first modified version of it. Those days my version brought a lot of changes to the original version because my version came with the latest versions of Nginx , PHP.  But later on the […]

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Google Glass hardware

by Ruchira on May 10, 2013

Google glass made the headlines on tech sites since its been released.  Glass really seems a nice idea but still the uses of it are really less. Even though Google has made available the API for it, the hardware elements you can address are limited. A programmer called Lance Nanek has found a nice set of officially […]

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Exynos 4412 1.4Ghz processor powers your Galaxy S3 and Note 2. Do you know that same processor is used for development boards such as ODROID-X2 shown above. Now thanks to “reliablesite.net” you can own a ODROID-X2 dedicated server for just $19 a month. Deal comes with

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What is ECC memory?

by Ruchira on April 28, 2013

    If you are building a computer, server or going to buy a new dedicated server, you might know that there are different types of RAM cards. ECC Registered , ECC , non ECC  and Buffered RAM are some words that you might have heard. So what is the difference between all these memory […]

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