New 10 Core processor from Intel

Here are the specs of the new 10 core Intel Desktop processor. Just don't expect that it will be cheap [over 1700$ is the closest guess] and as usual they will mention that it is meant to be found on Servers but eventually Gamers will take over as usual.

Easy HTML5 publication makes new QuarkExpress 2016 a Celebrity software

Samsung’s prototype foldable display for the Galaxy X

A prototype rollable display device demonstrated by Samsung Display at SID 2016 in San Francisco, CA. This sort of screen could one day be featured on a pocket-friendly smartphone or tablet, collapsing down to a small stick form-factor, but then expanding to reveal a 5.7-inch panel.

Google Home - a new device from Google

Wifi speaker, personal voice enebled assistant, wireless  connection all in one device from Google.  Will be able to manage tasks, setting alarms, shopping lists, connect to home networking systems including nest devices. It includes search build in with 10 years Google experience on search and voice recognition.

Will come later this year. Will be able to conenct to IOS and Android devices.

Birdly Oculus Rift simulator recreates flying like a bird

Paint in 3D - Google Tilt Brush

Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality. Unleash your creativity with three-dimensional brush strokes, stars, light, and even fire. Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless. 

The birth of quantum cloud computing - IBM open doors to researchers

Opening up this world, IBM has announced that, from today (4 May), any researcher of scientist working with huge amounts of data that needs to be crunched can access its latest quantum computing platform, IBM Quantum Experience, via the cloud on any desktop or mobile device.


Online education cources - Education for the masses

Browser War - Time for Google Chrome to become the most popular browser in the world

Chrome captured 41.66 percent of desktop browser usage in April, compared to 41.35 percent for IE. Of course Microsoft will focus on it's new browser Edge therefore watching Internet Explorer's percentage decline is not a surprise.


Top 500 Supercomputers

In this graph its amazing to watch how fast computers have overcome so many obstacles in the modern era. But there are tons of problems still to solve if they really want to go higher. According to sources China has couple of projects at 100 petaflops range and US of course has its own plans to regain the lead in this list. In fact the US plan goes high up to the point of 1000 petaflops and its really interesting to see this happening.  Future is bright and I cant wait to see quantum computing takes charge on this list. The numbers will amaze us.

Here is the top-10 list of faster computers as it stands now...


Acer Announces New Range of Predator Gaming Peripherals in India

Online casino gaming has just been taken to a new level in India. Not only online casino gaming, but all forms of gaming. A statement that was released by the Chief Marketing Officer for Acer India reads "The predator range of products delivers the performance needed for a fun, immersive and powerful gaming experience…Our relentless pursuit of technological excellence led us to this cross platform offering making it one of a kind in the entire IT industry…” The statement promises unparalleled gaming experience on the new predator range of products.

A product that is set to be a favourite is the Predator Fastcore. This is a Cooler Master Fan module. This device is plugged into the optical drive of Acer Predator 15 and Acer Predator 17 gaming notebooks with NVIDIA GeForce graphics. It will cool the computer during intense money making gambling sessions at your favourite online casino. The speeds of the fan can be manually controlled to give you greater control. This is made possible through CoolBoost. The airflow created will be dust free courtesy of Predator DustDefender technology.

Other Predator products are the G series desktops which are now more compact than ever before. These desktops were modelled on game console technology which is why they are so small. They have 6th gen Intel i7 processors and 64GB of dual channel memory. The top of the pick from the monitors is the Predator X34. This monitor uses NVIDIA's Gsync technology which makes the 34-inch ultra-wide curved monitor with a USB3.0 hub so perfect to game on.
The Predator range does not come cheap. If you cannot afford it, you can continue playing at favourite online casino, visit the site for more info. When you hit the jackpot you can get yourself the superb Predator range of gaming peripherals.

Ultimate HTML5 support test - Best modern browser test on HTML5

Lately there were lots of updates on modern browsers but where are they standing right now on supporting HTML5 features? I did a small test on .... and here are the results.

Google Chrome: 50 releases and counting!

CSS3 Selector Types

Quantum computing, here we come

Today's microprocessors use data buses to route bits of information to and from memory. Transferring quantum information is trickier, because quantum states are so fragile -- try to move a qubit, and the quantum state may change.

To test out their approach, the researchers in this study turned to particles of light. Hailing from RMIT University in Australia, Italy's National Research Council, and China's South University of Science and Technology, the scientists used a technique by which quantum information is encoded in such particles, also known as photons.

Using an experimental setup with multiple "waveguide" tubes, they tried to relocate the data among locations while achieving perfect state transfer, preserving the delicate quantum state of entanglement. In their tests, the researchers were able to perform the procedure while preserving the encoded quantum state with an average fidelity of 97.1 percent.

Ultimately, the discovery could pave the way for a quantum data bus and bring quantum computing closer to reality, they said. Quantum computers could have much higher performance than today's systems.