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Thursday, 31 December 2015

.:: Lenovo Zuk Z2 : First Smartphone With HD & Transparent Display ::.

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          Im Ashish, Today im telling you about lenovo zuk z2 which has fully transparent HD display in it.. So many peoples searching for transparent smartphone, therefore lenovo thought to launch it in year 2016..
Looking for the most innovative mid-range smartphone than great news for you, Lenovo owned Zuk soon going to launch it’s next generation smartphone, Zuk Z2 with rotating camera and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC. Zuk CEO confirmed that Lenovo Zuk Z2 will launch by Q1 2016 expected price around Rs 25,000. Lenovo and Zuk given it’s indication unveiling a smartphone prototype with transparent display during the launch of ” Zuk Z1″. Lenovo Zuk Z1 recently launched in China at 1799 Yuan ($285) (Approx. Rs 17,999 in India) in White and Grey colour option. Lenovo Zuk 2 will kill the high-end smartphones like  Apple iPhone 6 Plus, HTC One(M9+) and Samsung galaxy S6.

       According to leaks, upcoming  Lenovo Zuk Z2 will support Dual-SIM(Micro SIM), 4GLTE, 3G, GPRS/ EDGE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS/ A-GPS and Bluetooth comes with a bigger 5.5”-inch Full HD Edge to Edge Transparent 2.5D glass display with resolution(1920 × 1080) and 64-Bit Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with ZUI OS with 4GB RAM, 64GB/128GB Internal memory( no expandable memory).

         Lenovo Zuk Z2 will sport a 16-MP rotating auto Focus OIS Rear camera with Dual TON LED flash,Sony’s IMX214 sensor for shooting promising superior photography in low light and best for video calling and selfies packed with a powerful 4100mAh+ battery with Quick Charge including USB Type-C 3.0 port and fingerprint sensor dubbed U-Touch like Zuk Z1. How ever no official confirmation from Lenovo about the birth of Zuk Z2.

  • Dual-SIM Support with 4GLTE,
  • Edge to Edge display
  • Bigger 5.5”- inch Full HD *Transparent Display
  • Fastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow with ZUI
  • 16-MP Rotaiting Camera
  • USB Type-C 3.0 port
  • fingerprint sensor dubbed U-Touch
  • 4100mAh+ battery with Quick Charging feature

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Thursday, 24 December 2015

.::This Indian Scientist made a computer which runs on water ::.

Manu Prakash, an Indian-American scientist, has created a computer that runs on water.

Prakash, Assistant Professor of Bio-engineering at Stanford, teamed up with two of his students, Jim Cybulski and Georgios Katsikis, to design a unique computer that works on the Physics of moving water droplets.

Here are 8 things you need to about Prakash and his amazing technology –

1. The computer uses water instead of electrons to send the data.

2. The team designed arrays of tiny iron bars on glass slides that look something like a Pac-Man maze. They laid a blank glass slide on top and sandwiched a layer of oil in between.

3. This was followed by carefully injecting the individual water droplets that had been infused with tiny magnetic nano-particles.

4. The tiny water droplets are trapped in a magnetic field. The droplets move in a precise direction and distance when the magnetic field is rotated. This results in a computer clock which is a crucial component in a device like a computer.

5. The clock is responsible for various operations to start and stop resulting in information synchronisation.

6. The invention would turn the computer into a high-throughput chemistry and biology laboratory which is the immediate application of this invention. The droplets will work as test tubes and carry the chemicals.

7. Computer clocks are responsible for nearly every modern technology including smartphones, DVRs, airplanes, internet, etc.

8. Prakash got the idea of building a computer like this 10 years ago while he was graduating from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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