NVIDIA has declared that the forthcoming Verde drivers are going to converge all VERDE GPU users and update them all in to the same feature set at the same time. Users of Optimus enabled GPU cores are also going to benefit from the feature. They also said that they will soon have a notebook out […]
Ridley Scott was recently being interviewed for his up coming release of Robin Hood and after a while, the attendees really could not resist asking him about what was up with the Alien franchise. The main question that was hovering on everybody’s mind was whether or not it will be in 3D. Scott’s answer to […]
The move from paper books to eReader devices might have been inevitable, but that doesn’t always make it easy. In a lot of ways, we’ve been fairly lucky. eInk displays make the pages read like paper, current technologies allow us to hold something the size of a book in our hands as we […]
If you thought more lumens and integrated media file playback are the only new things happening in the pico projector market, Chinavision has just proved you wrong. They have brought out a new pico projector that does all of that and packs in Linux for running YouTube videos over WiFi. Now that is seriously cool.
California-based Miasole has recently received an order for 4.5 megawatts of thin-film solar panels from German company Phoenix Solar. The contract is set to last through the year 2013.
The contract formed between the two companies was declared on Tuesday the 27th of April by both the companies. The terms of the contract, beyond the product, […]
Solar panels are hitting the mainstream like never before and that has caused them to pop up at several places where you wouldn’t usually expect them to come up at. The latest one to make the news for being solar-powered is a 20,000 square-foot LDS Church Meetinghouse in Farmington, Michigan.
This Meetinghouse has 158 solar panels […]