Earth Hour: Lights out Snap – and Global Light Consciousness

When on March 23 on time 20:30 world the lights go out, not about Klingons have destroyed the Earth’s energy system. Rather, millions of people on the light switch have pressed and submerged her house in darkness. Many places of interest will remain black. On Saturday Earth Houris back around the world at half nine local time. Since 2009 the WWF in the service of the planet calls for thinking about consumer behaviour – and that includes the energy consumption through lighting. Here, the motto can only mean: do not turn off but switch on lighting technologies that save energy sustainably. (more…)

Free Memory and Make Your Phone Faster with RAM Optimizer

RAM Optimizer is a free memory optimization application that promises to make your Android smartphone faster with just one touch.The app monitors processes that are open in the background, whether third-party programs or system tasks, and can close them as needed.It is also indicated for cases of overheating of the device, or when the battery is running out too quickly. (more…)

ZTE V9: the Cheap Competitor of Galaxy 7

Well, when I wrote this article the price difference between the Chinese and Korean tablets was 375 reais. But the two companies lowered their prices. Check it:

ZTE is a Chinese company famous for putting cheap Android phones.The goal now is to expand this strategy.

The ZTE V9, like the Galaxy, is a 7-inch tablet.In fact, he borrows much of the Galaxy’s design and features as well from the Galaxy. (more…)

Smartphones Are the Computers of the Future

Disappear normal computers soon complete from the image area
2012-We live in a very fast time. The technology continues to develop very fast and almost every day new “super hardware” comes onto the market. What you buy today, tomorrow is already old-fashioned, no matter whether TV, notebook or smartphone. Our smartphones, successors of originally designed only for the telephoning of imagined mobile phones, burst now only in front of megahertz, memory and graphicspower. Why should we continue to use them as a mobile companion only if we could possibly work with them in the future? As with the Samsung Galaxy S3, the displays are getting bigger, so that smartphones and tablets could soon merge into a new product category. Perhaps smartphones could make even real computers redundant in the future. So let’s take a look back at the future.
The development from bone to smartphone and the end of the PC era

It is not long ago that I was allowed to look over my first mobile phone. If I remember correctly, it was a Nokia 3310. Man, what was I from the socks. From now on I was always and everywhere accessible. Even the one or the other game found itself on this great mobile phone. A few years later I looked with envious glances at the first people with polyphonic ringtones and even blue display lighting. Madness. Had the great phones. I wanted to have one thing like that. Some years later, my smartphone has long since replaced my MP3 player.Besides, I do not need an extra navigation device, no camera for snapshots, and I can even play really cool games on my mobile companion. The technology, which is present in current smartphones (quad-core CPU with 1.4 GHz, 1 GB of memory), even makes some notebookenvious.

The times have just changed. Every third German now has a smartphone. Among the 30-year-olds, there is even a good 51%, who own a smartphone. As I mentioned earlier, a smartphone can make many other devices now superfluous. It could be that in the near future another device is replaced by our smartphones: the computer. In any case, fewer desktop PCs are sold. The reason for this, of course, are the many, slim and especially mobile alternatives: notebooks and netbooks , ultrabooks and tablets. I myself note that I am less and less sitting at my home computer, because I would rather work on my Apple Macbook.

Smartphones could soon make computers superfluous

The reason for this is quite simple. Current smartphones do not have to hide with their performance. More and more people ask themselves, “Why do I need a quad-core CPU in a mobile?” Of course, a current smartphone does not necessarily have a quad-core CPU to run smoothly. Also, I do not know an app that would not run without such a high-end CPU.Nevertheless, it is good that the technology is so fast. Otherwise, we would probably all still have a clunky computer with 266 MHz at home.

The built-in hardware in smartphones is not only suitable for graphically demanding games, but could also score points in other areas. Therefore, the first companies are working on making “smart” computers from smartphones. There are first models of “notebooks” with integrated docking station. Actually, notebook is the wrong word. It is only a keyboard, a battery and a screen in notebook format. CPU, graphics card and memory are no longer available. This part will be your smartphone in the future. Just dock and a few seconds later you are sitting in front of a full-fledged operating system. For computers, it has been possible to install various operating systems on a hard disk and to start Windows, Linux or Mac OS X as well. Why should this be different on a smartphone?

Some hobbyists have already released versions of Windows 95 and Windows XP on their Android smartphones. Of course these versions ran so far more badly than right. However, it is probably just a matter of time, until you can work with Windows on the smartphone also professionally.

The pioneer: the Motorola Atrix with docking station

Motorola should have been one of the first companies dedicated specifically to this segment.For example, Motorola has been offering a smartphone with the Motorola Atrix for a year, which can also be used as a computer if desired. You can use the Motorola Lapdock or theMotorola HD Multimedia Dock . If you put your Motorola Atrix in one of these components, a second operating system is booted on the monitor. The operating system is a proprietary development of Motorola, but secretly working under the surface is a version of Ubuntu (Linux).

Ubuntu as a solid foundation for future hybrids?

The company behind Ubuntu Linux suggests another path. The company Canonical would like to bring Ubuntu to as many devices as possible. That is why they are working on a special version of the increasingly popular Linux operating system. The first devices with preinstalled Ubuntu are expected to come to market this year. Canonical is a dual-core CPU with 1 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, a GPU for graphics acceleration, an HDMI output and support for USB host mode for keyboard, mouse & co. So if you have such a smartphone in the future, , On which Ubuntu pre-installed, you need only the appropriate docking station. Smartphone into the docking station, Ubuntu starts on the big screen, mouse and keyboard connect to the device – Et voilà: You have a normal computer with Ubuntu installed in front of you. The normal functions of the smartphone are still available to you. So you can get calls and access your contacts as normal as you are in Ubuntu. You can also send SMS or even edit photos that you have previously recorded with your smartphone.

Last but not least there is still another company that is developing something in this direction.Clamcase also wants to launch a laptop dock, the so-called Clambook for iPhone and Android smartphones, by the end of the year . The first pictures show that this is a chic, extremely flat piece of hardware. Unlike Motorola and Canonical, Clamcase does not want to run a separate operating system on the Clambook. So the Clambook “only” as a large screen with keyboard for your smartphone. So here you can marvel at your normal smartphone operating system on this device. Nevertheless, such a keyboard and a larger screen is quite practical. In addition, your smartphone is loaded via the battery installed in the Clambook.You can, for example, enjoy a movie on a large screen and still do not have to worry about your battery.

As we see, some manufacturers are already trying to transform our smartphones into full-featured workstations. The advantages are of course obvious or in the pocket. In the near future, you will not carry your computer in the backpack or the notebooktasche, but in the bag of your laptop and thus also all the important data. If your workstation is equipped with a suitable docking station, you can simply dock your smartphone and sit in front of your usual “computer”, which reminds you of long-gone days. At the end of the day, you just take your smartphone back out of the docking station and, if you want, you can continue working at home exactly where you left off at the office. In addition, such docking stations should be significantly cheaper. Of course, the direct comparison with a full-sized notebook including CPU, memory, graphics card & Co is difficult, but are also significantly more expensive.

Where light is, is also shadow:

It will be fatal of course if you lose your smartphone once. The finder will then not only look forward to great music, various photos and various contacts. He has then found almost your entire computer with all the important documents. But thanks to God, there are different ways to protect your smartphone effectively and to locate or delete it in the event of a theft. In addition, the whole story is still in the children’s shoes. Ubuntu works quite well on different test devices, but runs (still) not so fast, as one might like. But there certainly is a lot of optimization potential and at the latest, if the first smartphones with 2 GB RAM are really there or the first 8-core CPUs are installed, the problem with the missing performance probably quite done. I like this development very well and I can hardly wait to replace my clumsy desktop computer at home by a small docking station.


Nfc? Understand What Is Written On The Box Of The Smartphone

Excess of acronyms and technical terms makes it difficult to choose the right appliance; find out what each means

NFC, MHL, dual core, Glonass. This alphabet soup is well known to anyone who has ever searched for information on a smartphone. Unfortunately, many sites of manufacturers bring few explanations of the meaning of each symbol or about your usefulness in daily life. With that in mind, the iG has prepared a quick guide with explanations of the acronyms that more appear in smartphones. Check out. (more…)

The Covers that Leave Your Smartphone Waterproof

A waterproof cover is always a useful item to avoid those common accidents involving liquids and the destruction of a smartphone. To facilitate the choice of an ideal model for your cell phone, TechTudo listed some cases with different characteristics and purposes. From simple day to day protection to the transformation of your device into an underwater camera, there are versions for all tastes and pockets. (more…)

Android Apps-my Top 12

A personal selection…
In the following, I list the top 12 apps that are absolutely necessary or useful for me in my daily work with Android. The order is not geranked-I use all mentioned apps and applications like;-). Certainly there are already one or other basic functionality already in the mobile phone or even in the browser, but I use the services via the apps rather than the corresponding mobile pages in the browser-for me, apps are the direct way to the desired information-faster than She could ever deliver a website. (more…)

Some Common Mistakes When Charging Iphone

We have to agree that having a powerful smartphone does not do any good if your battery does not last nor a normal day of use, does it?Although iPhones start their life cycle very well, their batteries naturally lose their power over time.This is completely normal, but there are ways to prevent this from happening sooner than necessary.For this, just avoid some common mistakes you can check in our list below!  (more…)

Nokia Lumia 1020

With 64 GB of internal memory, high-end smartphone from Nokia comes to Brazil in October.

It is a fact that the camera is one of the most used features by who has a smartphone. Just see how much images shared every day on social networks like Facebook and Instagram. Who likes high quality photography, however, remains faithful to the traditional digital cameras.


Best Iphone Covers

The iPhone 7 came to Brazil and obviously the covers for the iPhone 7 began to be sold in both official stores as businesses that create their own models, with different materials or features. The principal, however, is to protect the phone against impact or dust and, in some cases, even water.Joined 18 options of the best covers for the iPhone 7 that exist on the market, which you can see below! (more…)

Some Accessories to Make Your Gadget Waterproof

Many smartphones today are resistant to splashes of water and dust, but few of them are actually waterproof. This can be inconvenient at certain times, such as when you go to the beach or are on vacation somewhere near the water. This makes your cell phone always at some risk. So buying some accessories like the ones we are going to list can be an interesting and quick solution to this problem. (more…)

Huawei P9: Pre-Orders | Photography Courses and Guarantee Hi Care Giveaway

Depart officially today and will continue until April 20 pre-orders of Huawei P9 and D9 Plusonline, on, and in the main specialized retail outlets and stores phone operators.

To all those who decide to order the new devices during that time will be reserved for a workshop on “street photography”, which will be attended by National Geographic photographers. Or you may opt for the National Geographic Photography by Joel Sartore consisting of 24 lessons in 8 DVD.

Both P9 both P9 Plus ViP Service can be applied, the most advantageous commercial warranty service provided by Huawei. From the date of purchase, regardless of the legal warranty of two years provided by product retailer, Huawei has on the same product its 2 years guarantee, plus 1 additional year if the commercial guarantee is activated within 1 month from the date of purchase on the app Hi care. (more…)