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SDR and the Virtual Com Ports

Here we are going to discuss data related to connecting an SDR implementation with virtual serial ports. SDR is an acronym for software-defined radio. SDR Software-defined radio (SDR) is a radio communication system where components that have been traditionally implemented in hardware (e.g. mixers, filters, amplifiers, modulators/demodulators, detectors, etc.) are instead implemented by means of software on a personal computer …

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Enhancing the User Experience: Fantastic Android Q Features Proving Google as the Ultimate Winner

With the introduction of smartphones, the relevant technologies for running them effortlessly are developed and delivered to ensure the best services are provided. Hence, Google has introduced an open-source operating system running excellently over the smartphones and furnishing the customization needs of smartphone manufacturers, Android.  Android is an operating system running on the smartphones and with its excellently designed features, …

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1 Terabyte of Samsung SSD Storage for Just $100

Switching to a SSD drive is the best upgrade you can make for your PC. These awesome devices obliterate long boot times, speed up how fast your programs and games load, and make your computer feel fast. Many SSDs come in a 2.5-inch form factor and communicate with PCs via the same SATA ports used by traditional hard drives. But …

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8 Technology Trends of 2019 That You Need to Know to Live an Easier Life

Are you aware of all of the latest tech-trends of 2019? Not sure? Have a look at this comprehensive article and find out what you are missing out on! Nowadays, all spheres of an individual’s life are infused with technological innovations of various forms. The important of the part is that technology plays a big part in the lives of …

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How AR Is Revolutionizing Advertisements

If you are familiar with, or happen to have used McDonald’s GOL app during the 2014 FIFA World Cup or after, then you’ve interacted with augmented reality. The app, which Google says had between 50,000 and 100,000 downloads by June 6, 2014; just shortly after its release, is just one of the many ways in which popular brands are using …

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Important Things to Know About Android Smartphones and its New Launches

If you are looking for a mobile phone with the longest battery, water resistant, good camera quality, then android phones are the best choice for you. An android phone is a powerful and highly advanced Smartphone which runs on the Android operating system, which is created by Google. Using android mobiles you can able to install a varying number of …

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No Use for Weapons: Google Introduces AI Guidelines

A new company policy states that Google’s AI technology should not be used in weapons. In other areas, however, the group still wants to cooperate with the military. When it became known in March 2018 that Google’s AI technology was used in a Project Maven, a Pentagon pilot program that uses artificial intelligence to analyze drone footage, this led to …

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Why Augmented Reality Is Amazing

Virtual reality has been stealing the show for the last couple of years, promising a totally immersive and amazing experience to its ever-increasing user base. There is just one major issue with it: it requires its users to stay in enclosed areas, and this makes it a bit too similar to traditional video games played on a large screen. But …

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$60 LED light bulb that lasts for 20 years

UPDATE:  September 21, 2016 Remember when we posted this 4 years ago?  You don’t?  Us neither, but someone found it.  $60 bulbs?  Really?  Today LED Lights are ubiquitous and. .  . well . . . maybe a tad cheaper. Here is the 2012 story as we ran it to catch up: “Phillips has invented a prize-winning light bulb that lasts …

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Future of IPTV

According to the Digital TV Western Europe Forecasts report, 2015 is a landmark year for IPTV in Western Europe. The number of IPTV subscribers has finally overtaken the number of pay satellite TV users and is forecasted to grow by 27% between 2015 and 2021. So by 2021 the IPTV audience will count 32,5 million houses and IPTV revenues will …

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