USB 3.1 superspeed transfers of up to 10Gbps

USB 3.1 superspeed transfers of up to 10Gbps

USB 3.1 superspeed transfers of up to 10Gbps USB 3.1 a new version of the USB standard has been finalised and the outcome is transfer speeds of up to 10Gbps. An upgrade to USB 3.0, has been released by the USB 3 Promoter Group and it doubles the connection speeds and is also backwards compatible with both USB 3.0 and USB 2 connections. The first More...

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Google Glass Price
By Kevin Ndege On Friday, July 26th, 2013
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Google Glass

Google Glass, prototype versions have now already been distributed to selected applicants who were lucky enough to be chosen and willing to pay $1,500 for the pleasure of being a cyber-guinea pig. Google More...

Facebook Graph Search
By Kevin Ndege On Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013
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Facebook Graph Search

Is Facebook’s Graph Search a Game Changer? With an audience of more than 1 billion monthly active members, the world’s largest social network doesn’t just have big data but enormous data. Facebook is More...

Intel Haswell CPU
By Kevin Ndege On Monday, June 24th, 2013
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Intel Haswell CPU

The latest Intel Haswell CPU architecture from Intel has now been released. We take a look at Core i5-4670K and the Core i7-4770K to see if it’s worth upgrading from Ivy Bridge or Sandy Bridge. Intel introduces More...

Top 50 Kenyan websites by traffic in Kenya – March 2013 List
By Kevin Ndege On Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
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Top 50 Kenyan websites by traffic in Kenya – March 2013 List

Top 50 Kenyan websites by traffic in Kenya – March 2013 List Websites in Kenya and for the Kenyan market cannot ignore Search Engine Optimization any longer and the savviest businesses know that it’s More...

The Real Truth About The impact of heavy use and high temperatures on hard disk drive failure
By Kevin Ndege On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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The real truth about the impact of heavy use and high temperatures on hard disk drive failure

A report examining 100,000 commercial hard drives, ranging from 80GB to 400GB in capacity, used at Google since 2001 has revealed the impact of heavy use and high temperatures on hard drive failure may be overstated. Most More...

It’s possible to hack and hijak an entire aircraft using an Android smartphone using PlaneSploit
By Kevin Ndege On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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Revealed: It’s possible to hack and hijack an entire aircraft using an Android smartphone

Ever wondered why we are made to switch off our phones and laptops on airlines. It’s possible to interfere with the aircraft communications systems and worst still hack and hijak an entire aircraft using More...

The Worlds Internet Bad Neighborhoods concentrated in India, Vietnam and Brazil
By Kevin Ndege On Friday, March 22nd, 2013
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The Worlds Internet Bad Neighborhoods concentrated in India, Vietnam and Brazil

50% of all junk mail on the net emerges from just 20 of the 42,201 internet service providers (ISPs). A study of 42,201 ISPs by a researcher in the Netherlands, Giovane Cesar Moreira Moura who studies at the More...

Who really owns your personal and work social networking account?
By Kevin Ndege On Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
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Who really owns your personal and work social networking account?

In 2010 Noah Kravitz working for a mobile phone news and reviews website PhoneDog built up a following of more than 17,000 followers using his @PhoneDog_Noah twitter account. It was all good until the day Kravitz More...

Think you are good at multitasking
By Kevin Ndege On Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
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Just when you thought you are good at multitasking

Probably not. A study conducted by the University of Utah showed that people who multitask the most are those who appear to be the least capable of multitasking effectively. People who are likely the most capable More...