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    Let’s learn about the differences between USB 2.0 and 3.0

    Most computers on the market today have a USB 3.0 port. But I’m right to say that most of the computers we use everyday have a USB 2.0 port. What exactly is the difference between 2.0 and 3.0? The functionality of both ports is the same. But it depends on the data transfer speed. Also 3.0 port is a bit more expensive. Data transfer speed between two USB ports on the “signaling speeds” has been classified as USB 2.0 and 3.0. If it is a USB 3.0 port, you can see the blue inside. Theoretically, the USB 2.0 standard allows us to see a maximum signaling speed of 480 megabits…

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    What is computer memory?

    You know that computers can store data and information. But computers do that work with the help of these storage devices. The computer stores this data, information. Also, the way each storage device works varies. We can divide computer memory into two main parts. If they are. Main Memory Secondary Memory 01. Main Memory Memory that can be accessed directly from the CPU is called Main Memory. There are three types of Main Memory. Let us now look at the three types and their functionality. Random Access Memory (RAM) The function of RAM is to hold data temporarily. Hold the data in it, it will be erased automatically when the computer…

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    MediaTek launches Dimensity 800U chipset to support 5G mid-range mobile phones

    With Dimensity chipsets, MediaTek recently introduced their new 5G Chipset, the Dimension chipset. This Dimensity chipset is a very important chipset to provide 5G connectivity to mid-range devices as well. Due to this Dimensity 800U chipset, it is possible to provide 5G connectivity for mid-range smartphones at a low cost. Dimension 800U is an octa-core chipset powered by a 7nm TSMC FinFET process. It has two 2.4GHz ARM Cortex-A76 cores and six 2.0GHz Cortex-A55 cores. There is also a Mali-G57 MC3 GPU. It comes with a 5G modem and supports dual-SIM dual-standby, dual-mode 5G (SA / NSA) and carrier aggregation. All of this is supported by MediaTek’s 5G UltraSave technology.…

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    What is CMOS?

    Also known as CMOS, RTC (real-time clock), NVRAM (non-volatile RAM) or CMOS RAM. CMOS stands for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor. CMOS is an onboard, battery powered semiconductor chip to store information inside computers. If you look at the range to store, it stores from system time and date to system hardware settings. The most common is the CMOS coin cell battery (Panasonic CR 2023 3V) which is used to power up the CMOS memory. History of CMOS The Motorola 146818 chip is the first RTC and CMOS RAM chip Used in early IBM computers. This could store a maximum of 64 bytes of data. Because the system clock used 14 bytes,…

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    Scientists use radioactive waste to produce a 28,000-year-old self-charging battery

    Battery Capacity is a must have, for any Affiliate, promoting any program. Researchers are still researching battery technology that goes beyond current battery technology. The main purpose of this is to produce a battery that can charge the battery for a long time on a single charge and can be used for a long time. As a result of this research, batteries are already being used for EVs & smartphones that can be used for a long time. But the problem with most of these batteries is that they cannot be used for a long time after a single charge. So now one company has come up with a solution…

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    MediaTek has teamed up with Intel to launch its first 5G chip for laptops

    Yes, that’s right you can now become known as a Lord of the Rings! Intel will no longer manufacture 5G modems on its own. But the partnership with MediaTek is beginning to bear fruit. So these two companies have teamed up to release MediaTek’s T700 5G modem for next-generation Intel-powered laptops. Intel said they were part of developing system integration, validation and platform optimization of 5G chips, as well as assisting OEM partners. MediaTek’s T700 5G modem supports Sub-6 5G technology. MediaTek also claims to have tested 5G standalone calls that do not depend on 4G LTE networks. However, the chipset at the same time supports non-standalone Sub-6 5G networks…

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    What is Bluetooth?

    This is definitely a feature that we have all used. This technology is used in everything from keypad phones to smart phones. And not just for phones. Today, there is hardly a place where this Bluetooth technology is not used. What exactly is Bluetooth? Simply put, this is a technology used to exchange data between two devices. Also in a very short distance. ‌‌ Data transfer between two devices using UHF radio wave. In terms of history, the founder of this concept is Jaap Haartsen. He worked for Ericsson. Most Bluetooth devices have a maximum connectivity range of about 30 feet. But this range varies according to the things around…

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    Intel adds an anti-malware hardware solution to its Tiger Lake CPUs

    On June 16, Intel announced the addition of Control Flow Enforcement Technology (CET), a hardware-based protection against common malware, to their upcoming Tiger Lake mobile CPU. Intel worked with Microsoft for about four years. As described by Chipmaker CET in 2016, the hard-ware protection measure regulates the control flow of operations in the CPU. Often, malware writers interfere with the control flow of apps by entering malicious code and running one app across another. CET restricts control flow intervention through two different modes: indirect brand tracking and shadow stack. In indirect branch tracking, the app imposes some restrictions on the use of the CPU brand table. This is a method…

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    What are these 32-bit and 64-bit CPUs?

    The two main categories of processors are 32-bit and 64-bit. This processor type affects the overall performance of the computer. 32-bit processor The 32-bit processor was the primary processor used in computers until the early 1990s. Intel Pentium processors and the original AMD processors are 32-bit, that is, the operating system and software work with 32 bits wide data units. Windows 95, 98, and XP are all 32-bit operating systems. A computer with a 32-bit processor cannot install a 64-bit operating system. Only a 32-bit operating system can be installed. 64-bit processor 64-bit computers originated in 1961 when IBM developed the IBM 7030 Stretch supercomputer. However, these were not used…

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    Super power for phones, a Super-Computing Smartphone Chip from MIT Researchers

    Today’s phones are significantly more powerful than they were in 2010. But they are almost non-existent when compared to high end computers. What if the phone ahead of me is going to be as powerful as a supercomputer? Sounds like crazy, doesn’t it? Well, according to a research paper released by MIT, MIT has integrated tiny chip brain synapses into new types of artificial brain synapses. This technology has the potential to be used in devices such as portable phones as a very powerful chip that consumes very little energy. In the future, these phones will be able to run sophisticated AI computing without an Internet connection. A transistor with…