Google wants to make the Android mobile operating system available for wearable computer devices, such as smartwatches.
The tech firm will release a developers kit in two weeks, with which developers will be able to create applications in Android for wearable computer devices.
Belgian scientists have developed a high capacity battery that’s able to charge extremely fast.
The so called ‘super accu’ would be able to fully recharge in as little as five minutes.
The suspected inventor of the popular digital currency bitcoin denies involvement in its creation.
Newsweek pointed out the 64 year old D.S. Nakamoto from the United States as a potential important figure in the creation of the bitcoin currency.
Computer hardware is becoming ever smaller, with computer chips reaching the size of sheer nanometres, or nanometers in American spelling.
But how big is a nanometer? And can computer parts become even smaller?
According to research agency IDC the PC market will slightly decline for several more years.
While personal computer sales are stabilizing the downfall isn’t broken just yet.
Nothing is absolutely free, this also counts for the internet and all of the online services we use on a daily basis.
This most notably includes search engines like Google, social media like Facebook and even Samsung or Apple smart TV’s.
Research agency Gartner has published its latest numbers concerning the tablet market today.
Of all the tablets that were sold in 2013 62 percent was running on Android, iPads were good for 36 percent of the tablet computer sales.
Games are an ideal platform to bring stories to life, to make people come in touch with amazing stories in a new interactive way. There are so many great stories out there that haven’t been made into a computer game yet that its almost like a treasure hunt in a room full of treasures.
As the gaming industry matures I think it is becoming time to bring to life the great stories our collective culture has to offer. I hereby hope to make a start by bringing together 5 epic stories at GamesLandscape that I think should definitely be made into games some day.
Armando Solar-Lezama, an associate professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been working on a very promising programming language called Sketch.
Using Sketch programmers would be able to simply leave out some of the details of their script, with Sketch then automatically filling the missing pieces. In other words a software program that comes straight out of a programmer’s dream.
Computer technology company Dell announced it has been chosen by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to provide computer services and solutions worth up to $22 billion.
The lucrative deal would be aimed to help the two government institutions to operate more effectively and efficiently through the use of new computer technology.