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Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
The M550 design uses Micron's 20-nanometer multilevel cell (MLC) NAND and firmware to deliver up to 95,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS) while drawing as little as 0.15 watts during normal operation.
The vast majority of the growth in 4K LCD TVs is being driven by China, and while shipments to countries outside of China more than doubled during the fourth quarter, Chinese brands comprised 84 percent of global 4K TV shipments in 2013 and 80 percent of 4K TV shipments in the fourth quarter.
New change in iOS 7.1 allows iBeacons to spam users even if their device is locked. If companies want this technology to thrive, they will have to learn to use it responsibly.
Does it feel like your battery life has taken a hit after you installed the iOS 7.1 update onto your iPhone or iPad? If it does you're not alone. However, before you resign yourself to having to have your iDevice permanently hooked up to a power source, here are some things you can try.
After three days, iOS 7.1 has been installed on over a fifth of active iOS devices. Compare this to the latest version of Android, which after over four months is only at 2.5 percent.
Nvidia's new GTX 880M grabs the title of "world's fastest mobile GPU."
The new MXC cables combine up to 64 optical fibers, each capable of a transfer rate of 25Gbps, into a single cable offering a total of 1.6Tbps total data transfer rate.
So is Microsoft right to pull the plug on Windows XP support? I think it is. The line has to be drawn somewhere, and I think April is as good a time as any.
Or, more accurately, it'll have to do until Windows 9 makes an appearance next year. Then, who knows? All bets are off.