Wednesday, June 17, 2015

YouTube only for gamers

The Google company is at the end of May this year promised better support for streaming gameplays. YouTube enabled streaming video content while playingwith the resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, and with an average speed of 60FPS. The novelty can use all users of PCs, which will hold a web browser with support for HTML5.

Google has now announced that the new service will be available within YouTube Gaming, which will be available here. The computer giant will in addition to streaming video content while playing games allow displaying video guides, speed gaming and much more. Profit from the advertising will Google of course share with creators, tipping will be also allowed for the satisfyed viewers.

YouTube Gaming will be available this summer. From beggining will be available to users in the United Kingdom and the United States, little later will be available to everyone.

Next BlackBerry with Android OS?

BlackBerry, despite of a sharp fall of income and inquiry, the experts says that it have good foundation for a successful restart, as the cash reserves are currently amount 558 million euros. BlackBerry to users of mobile services sought to obtain with the preparation of interesting smart phones, while to business users will try with innovative services. According to the Reuters, BlackBerry will try to stand on its feet with the new device, which, believe it or not, is powered by Google Android operating system.

BlackBerry will use mobile operating system Android for the preparation of a smart phone that will be perfect for both private and business users. As a Canadian mobile giant is currently dominating only 1% of the global mobile market, the changes are necessary, otherwise will not be good for BlackBerry. At Reuters are confident, that the first BlackBerry phone with Android, will be ready for sale already this autumn.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Windows 10 Mobile will ot be ready before september

Currently, all eyes by world public are focused ojn the upcoming operating system Windows 10, which will be at the end of July available for free upgrade or purchase in 190 countries around the world and translated into all major languages. Free Upgrade to Windows 10 will receive users with a Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 license, while the rest will have for the entry version Windows 10 Home purchase for around 100 euros.

Because Microsoft is investing everything in the preparation of Windows 10, developing a mobile operating system Windows 10 Mobile was put on sideline. beacuase of this, the novelty Will be available in September, worst case, at the end of the year and will be presented together with Windows 10 for Xbox console and Hololens virtual reality goggles. Despite the delay, the new mobile operating system Windows Will be worth waiting for, because it brings number of innovations, which will be able to stand against the Android and iOS operating systems.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

YouTube with 8K support

The largest provider of online video sharing services YouTube provided by new technology. It is full support for 8K video playback, which is unique in the field. This means that you can now view the movie clips in 4320p (7680 by 4320 pixels). To use the innovation, it's needed in YouTube just to select the 4320p 8K option

8K on YouTube will of course be able to use only those who have the TVs or monitors of this resolution, in addition, it is necessary to have proper high definition connection. If you meet these requirements, you can test the video Ghost Towns in 8K. It is worth to mention that the 8K is supported on YouTube since 2010, but this option became available to the public just recently.

Lenovo K3 Note

Lenovo is in March this year made new phablet, namely Lenovo K3 Note. It is an 8-core, 5.5-inch, LTE phone and tablet mixed with option to use two SIM cards and with 3000mAh battery.

The body size is 152.6mm x 76.2mm x 8mm and weighs 150g. Display is Full HD IPS resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels with a density of 401 ppi.

Under the hood is the Mediatek MT6752 chipset in connection with 8-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 processor, Mali-T760MP2 graphics and 2GB of RAM, with which you can expect a pretty amazing performance for your money.

digital camera is 13M pixel, while secondary camera is 5M pixel, which is sufficient enough far taking decent photos and they can be stored on the 16GB. It support SD card up to 32 GB.

MaxxAudio, which is probably best known for the popular Waves plug-in, lent sound processing technology to Lenovo K3 Note.

New Google Glass only a question of time

Google in January this year ended with sales of multimedia glasses Glass, which, despite astronomically high price, were very popular among users. The computer giant's development team for the project Google Glass is separated from other development teams that are working on projects such as selfdriving vehicle and balloons for spreading internet access. Google indicated, that they are preparing the new glasses for the masses, but not yet known when they will release it. It could have likely to happen soon, because the computer giant recently announced vacancy, which is closely linked to multimedia glasses Google Glass, that is Advanced Technology Manufacturing Engineer.

Vacancy for many experts is actually a sign, that the development of Google Glass is in the final stage and that they will soon be commercially available. If all goes according to plan and without any complications, the second generation of Google Glass glasses may be seen on shelves before the end of this year. Since the new glasses are made in the context of mass production, they will probably be affordable to a wider range of people.


Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Charging batteries over Wi-Fi

The team of scientists from the Washington university has managed to prepare the system for charging smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices via Wi-Fi. It's a system called Power over Wi-Fi (PoWiFi), which is on top of that compatible with existing wireless routers. A key thing here is a special receiver on a mobile device that is automatically activated in the presence of a Wi-Fi signal and converts into valuable electricity.

The first generation of wireless charging systems PoWiFi operate up to five meters from the router, within 35 minutes, the mobile device has received enough energy for researchers to manage to take a photo. The system was much more effective with smartwatches, as the researchers in approximately two and a half hours managed to fill 41% of the battery. Because of this, many experts believe that the charging of mobile devices via Wi-Fi is initially intended for small mobile devices such as smartwatches, smart bracelets and similar. First such charging systems should arrive on the market in the second half of next year.