Shared computing insights

08.01.2019 380
Windows 10 on ARM, can it make it this time?
Do you remember Windows RT? No?! OK, to be fair, not many people do. It was introduced in 2012 alongside the original Surface tablet. It was a Windows port for ARM processors that looked like Windows ...
03.01.2019 409
Satellite trends in 2019
Over the past few years the satellite industry has grown quite a lot. But it’s nothing compared to the growth which many analysts expect over the next two decades. For example, Goldman Sachs predicts ...
20.12.2018 330
How to get the most out of the cloud
Ah, the cloud. Not the one in the sky, but the one we can’t really see, yet we all use. The digital cloud. Today it’s so prevalent, it’s not easy to describe all of the various cloud services, platfor ...
18.12.2018 326
Are there alternatives to the lithium-ion batteries?
The lithium-ion batteries have been around for ages. The first commercial product came back in 1991 thanks to Sony and Asahi Kasei. At that time, they were competing with NiCd (Nickel-cadmium), NiMH ( ...
13.12.2018 329
Cloud trends in 2019
The cloud is ever so prevalent, but it’s far from being done growing. There’s a lot more room for this technology to expand and improve itself. And in 2019 we may see yet another big rise in the cloud ...
11.12.2018 327
Wi-Fi 6 – simple and better
There is a new Wi-Fi standard coming in 2019, and this time it has a better and simpler name. Forget about the 802.11 and the random letter. Now everything is clear and straightforward – Wi-Fi 6 is he ...
06.12.2018 287
The Tech Industry in Latin America
The tech industry as a whole enjoys a lot of attention most of which is directed to the Silicon Valley and Eastern Asia. What happens in the rest of the world? For example, Latin America? It’s a regio ...
04.12.2018 367
Home office, why is it not a reality already?
Home office! Just the sound of it gets you excited, doesn’t it? Imagine how nice it is to work from your home. You can spend more time with your family, enjoy homemade food, and let’s not forget that ...
29.11.2018 307
How devices got smaller, but we want them bigger
In the 80s and 90s futuristic movies people were all about the tiny do-all pocket devices that some day we will all have. In the early 2000s that vision was coming closer and closer to reality as mobi ...