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Browser Benchmark

The statistics say that Google`s Chrome is the most used browser. This is true without a question, but another question is to be put: Is it the fastest? The answer isn`t that hard, but I decided on doing some benchmarks to find out if I was right. The results were a bit surprising. The benchmarks were done on my own PC with the configuration from...

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Android 5.0 Review

Over 81% of smartphones are using Android, and the Android smartphone market-share has increased by at least 20% since 2012. If that does not make you think a bit, let me introduce you to Android 5.0 Lollipop: “The biggest release in the history of Android”. What makes Android 5.0 so special is the way improved user interface, better performance in certain work-loads, way better battery...

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M.2: Explained

Up till now, known as NGFF or Next Generation Form Factor, it is a specification of internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors. It was designed to replace the age old mSATA standard. M.2 brings a multitude of improvements over mSATA, some of them are in the speed department and the others are in the usability department. What makes M.2 special is the ability...

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HTTP/2: Explained

After over 15 years from the initial launch of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, IESG approved HTTP/2 as the successor to the original protocol. This will bring a vast improvement in a lot of ways in the internet department. Basically, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol is an application protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information system. That means that HTTP is the foundation of the web. Without this...

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AMD: Back in the Game

For some time now, AMD was out of the proper CPU market, but now they finally announced their return and oh boy, they are doing it right. In this post I will walk you through the news that were floating around in the days that have passed. AMD are making their comeback in 2016, which is a safe bet in terms of DDR4 memory, as...

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Quantum Computing: Explained

  If you will ask any expert, he will say that quantum computers are the next logical step in the evolution of computing. In this article I will walk you through what this new technology brings to the table and how useful it all is, but first let`s get down to the unit. In basic computer, the memory is made up of bits, where each...

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GTX 970 Controversy: Explained!

Couple of months ago, NVidia launched their new series of GPU`s promising outstanding performance at resolutions of up to 4K. As the weeks passed the GTX 980 and 970 raised their crowns and affirmed that they are the best graphics card on the market at the date. All of this turned really bad for the 970, when some reviewers detected that there were some problems...

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Windows 10: What to expect

There are a lot of new features in the upcoming version of windows. Project Spartan and Cortona are just some of them. There are a lot of important features that will make your life a lot easier. This version will be one that improves every way possible. To give you a little bit of background storry, Windows 10 is the successor to windows 8.1u1. Everyone...

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Motorola Moto G 2014 :Review

The original Moto G was Motorola`s best selling device. When I saw that they were rolling out an iteration of this device I knew that I have to get one and transform it into my daily driver. And so did I. Four weeks in and  I can finally put down my thoughts about this device. Let`s start of talking about the appearance and overall design....

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USB Type-C : Explained

A while ago, there were a lot of rumors about a new type of USB connector. All of those rumors were confirmed couple of months ago, when those information leaked and so the Type-C saga began. This story took a little bit of inertia, this week at CES 2015 (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, where MSI presented a motherboard that had one Type-C port...