Category Archives: Technologies

Super mCharge 55W from Meizu

Super mCharge 55W from Meizu

Chinese manufacturer Meizu presented its new Super mCharge 55W technology at the World Mobile Congress 2017. It allows full charge of 3000mAh battery in just 20 minutes. For this purpose, the smartphone that will support this technology will be equipped with a Meizu-developed battery that will withstand the high current delivered through Super mCharge. Also

The New Canadian Passports

The new Canadian ePassports

New Canada’s ePassports have very interesting design and have been available to all Canadians since July 1, 2013. The new Canadian ePassports include electronic chips with facial recognition information and are full of iconic images that make them more attractive and more secure. These images showcase Canada’s history including Aboriginal people, the Centre block of

Instead Mouse: Computer is Commanded by Gesture Control Bracelet (video)

MYO Thalmic Labs

Startup company ‘Thalmic Labs’ plans to launch its product ‘Myo’ — a bracelet that allows you to manage your computer in a very specific way. Sensors in the device measure the electrical activity in the hand movements and recognize what we command. This is the future of human-computer interaction and the way the computer interface

Facebook, Trend Micro and F-Secure will clean up your computer from viruses

Facebook, Trend Micro and F-Secure will clean your computer from viruses

Facebook has teamed up with companies Trend Micro and F-Secure — developers of antivirus and other security software — to integrate their technologies into its social network. The idea is to detect and remove Malware (short for Malicious software) if the user’s computer is infected. When a user logs in from an infected machine a

Charge your mobile phone for 30 seconds

StoreDot - Load your mobile phone for 30 seconds

If you have a smartphone then you know the feeling of frustration when you need to quickly exit the house and see that the battery of your mobile phone is almost empty. Israeli startup StoreDot has a solution for all our problems. The company specializing in nanotechnology claims they have made ​​a battery that can