"ELECTRONICS" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 22 items for the tag: ELECTRONICS
First material discovered that can 'learn', and remember its past
EPFL researchers have discovered a compound used in electronics, vanadium dioxide, has a form of memory to remember its previous states for up to 3 hours.
Brand-new computer chip uses sound waves for data, not electricity
Harvard researchers have created the first chip that can modulate acoustic waves as information carriers, as opposed to EM waves.
This rare metal could soon be replaced in mobile phone screens
Indium tin oxide in organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) has been replaced with graphene, creating a more sustainable technology.
Best Buy Black Friday tech deals: save up to $200 on a MacBook Air
Black Friday is closing in, and now Best Buy has announced a bunch of ridiculous deals for a range of technology products.
Sharp to launch new high-end TV brand in US
Sharp will return to North American markets with a new brand of premium HD and UHD television sets.
EA: Brand and quality are important for mobile game development
EA taking its time in mobile gaming, wants to make sure things are done right.
Barriers to smartwatch adoption are proving difficult to overcome
Many of you just don't see the point in purchasing and using a smartwatch.
LG showcases a tiny new LED projector with an internal battery
LG's new Minibeam LED projector can run off your smartphone and play without wall-supplied power for two hours.
Underappreciated gaming accessories and over-hyped marketing terms
Some gaming accessories go underappreciated alongside marketing making you might think that some features are needed, when realistically, they aren't used.
What makes a game an eSports-worthy title?
Most publishers plaster the 'eSport' title over game releases in the hope to appeal to a new crowd, but what makes a game eSports worthy?
US sources say Ukrainian forces face drones, electronics jamming
Ukrainian fighters are overwhelmed by Russians using drones and electronics jamming.
LG Electronics lists seperate division for handling OLED development
LG create a whole business arm directed towards inceasing OLED production, development and research.
EB Games Mad Monday sales with a mixed response - what's the issue?
Aussie electornic retailer EB Games release their Mad Monday sales. How mad are they exactly and what's the public response?
EU and US authorities crack down upon and seize 292 domain names
Europol raids a large number of domain names yet again, seeing counterfeit product websites targetted.
Biggest solar flare since 2005 is happening right now
A solar Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) is travelling toward us at 1,400 miles per second.
Consumer Electronic sales during holiday period dropped 6% from last year
Consumer Electronic market is sagging, drops 6% year-over-year during holiday period.
American Airlines Pilots can now use iPads in cockpits, will play Flight Control like a pro
Pilots from American Airlines can now use iPads in the cockpit.
Reprogrammable chip - upgradeable over time
Tabula working on reprogrammable chips - coming to an electronic device near you soon.
Pre-CES tid bits: NVIDIA ION spotted and more
a taste for what's to come.