• September 28, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Whether you’re a tinkerer with a custom rig, or you just aren’t sure why your computer’s fans are running, checking your CPU usage is a pretty common task. Instead of using a boring on-screen activity monitor though, you can hook up your machine to a car tachometer for constant feedback.

    This hack comes courtesy of ivancreations, who created an entire PC monitoring block from real-world components. The full instructions are on his blog and needless to say, they’re pretty complicated. If you can makes heads and tails of his plans though, the results speak for themselves.

    While the tachometer is my favourite part of the build, he also wired up some LED light grids to illustrate other vital system information as well. If you think you’re up to it, or just want a closer look, be sure to check out the source link.

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  • September 20, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    JAKARTA – Toshiba introduced the latest generation ultrabook, named “Portege Z10t”. This super-thin notebook is presented in order to meet the needs of professionals who require a technology to carry anywhere but still stylish.

    Channel Manager of the Computer Systems Division of Toshiba Singapore Pte. Ltd., Albert Susilo, said that now the tablet has become a popular gadget. Many of the professionals who always move with a laptop and a tablet.

    “This is why we re-present the latest generation of ultrabook Portege Z10t, which has two dual function,” said Albert the introduction Portege Z10t in Jakarta, Thursday (4/7).

    This Ultrabook has advantages over its predecessor, which is designed with a water-resistant keyboard. “Water resistant up to 55 ml, both mineral water, coffee, tea to sodas,” said Senior Manager Marketing Service Toshiba Singapore, Tay Choon Song.

    Portege Z10t is a 11.6-inch touch screen notebook with full HD IPS, which has a dual function. Weighing just 850 grams and a thickness of 24 millimeters, Portege Z10t notebook can function as well as tablets.

    With 4GB of RAM, Portege Z10t available in two sophisticated processors, the Intel i5 and i7. Unfortunately, Toshiba Portege Z10t only just released in a choice of colors, namely gray metallic.

    In that event, also introduced also a special gaming laptop, the Qosmio X70. Latop which was created specifically for the game lovers is equipped with Nvidia GeForce GTX770M graphics technology, the memory capacity of up to 1TB. “This is an extreme laptop for enthusiast gamers,” added Tay Choon Song.

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  • September 18, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Ghiboo.com – HTC finally officially introduced its latest smartphone which is a mini series of HTC.

    Quoted from Techradar, Friday (19/7), it is clearly seen that the presence of HTC Mini is to become a major competitor Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini.

    With frills ‘Mini’, of course, HTC offers a size and a smaller screen than the original version. In addition, some hardware also decreased.

    HTC Mini armed with a 4.3-inch 720p display with overall body dimensions are 132×63, 2×9, 25mm and weighing 122gram. The processor used is a dual-core 1.4GHz with 1GB RAM and support for 16GB of internal memory.

    Ultrapixel camera still be the main dish, which fortunately, had equivalent quality original HTC. The Taiwanese manufacturers rely on the operating system of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, plus the HTC Sense UI and Blinkfeed are also provided.

    There is no information about when the HTC One Mini will be released to the market, as well as about the price. To be sure, if you really want to compete directly with the Galaxy S4 Mini, of course, the price offered will not differ much.

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  • HP Series 600 G1 ProOne Simplify Daily Fulfillment

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    September 15, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    JAKARTA – HP Series ProOne ProDesk 600 600 G1 and G1 show business for AiO devices and desktop PCs with the latest design and latest selection of 4th generation Intel Core processor at an affordable price.
    Each device allows the user to easily meet daily business needs with a choice of Windows 8, Windows 7, HP Device Support Assistant, HP Client Security applications and strong to protect the data, device and identity.
    Increased productivity with HP ePrint for quick and easy wireless printing, as well as DTS Sound for rich audio sound.
    ProOne HP AiO 600 G1 is the enterprise-class has a space-saving design with powerful PC performance and secure.
    HP ProDesk G1 600 series offers the most popular form factor with the availability of a stable cycle of up to 30 months and to meet everyday business needs with performance and reliability.
    Multitasking helped with the choice of storage solutions solid-state drive that makes files and applications together quickly.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Software Will Increase

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    September 12, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Kansas – Some telecommunications companies in the United States, such as Verizon, AT & T and Sprint are currently in the process of major reform efforts on a smart phone that is now being loved, Samsung Galaxy S4. Although there is no official announcement from them, any reports from various sources stating the same thing.
    According to a report quoted by CNET site, with updates on Samsung Galaxy S4 users can move apps from internal storage to microSD card. This capability can empty the internal storage. So that the performance can be optimized.
    Other updates to security software yitu Samsung Knox and bootloader. Developmental changes are also located in the settings are easy to apply and other additional software.
    Users of Samsung Galaxy S4, just need to wait for an official announcement about this renewal. Sprint and AT & T amid spreading rumors this renewal. While Verizon is working on desktop software via Samsung Kies.

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  • 3 Reasons to Sell Your Intel Stock

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    September 10, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Although Intel (NASDAQ: INTC  ) stock may look cheap compared to theS&P 500, there’s good reason for the low price tag. Between a faltering PC market, anemic revenue growth, and profitability concerns, Intel investors have a lot of things to worry about. Together, these factors certainly beg the question: Should you sell your Intel stock today?

    PC sales still top dog
    As exciting as it is for Intel to develop cutting-edge technology that threatens ARM Holdings‘ mobile computing stronghold, the company remains deeply entrenched in the PC market. Intelreported its second-quarter earnings results last week, showing that more than 63% of the company’s revenue came from its PC client group segment. With worldwide PC shipments as bad as they’ve been, it’s not surprising that investor enthusiasm would be muted toward the company’s mobile computing ambitions. Simply put, it’s going to take a considerably large tail to wag this dog.

    Anemic revenue growth
    Without revenue growth, a company’s earnings growth potential is dampened because there’s only so far cost-cutting can take profitability to new heights. Intel lowered its full-year forecast, now expecting revenue to be flat year over year, which doesn’t bode well for profit growth. Analysts expect Intel to post a 12.2% decline in earnings this year and grow by 5.9% in full-year 2014, driven by a 3.9% increase in revenue. For the long-term investor, profitability growth remains a fundamental driver of shareholder returns. Will a 5.9% growth in earnings from a weak comparable be enough to drive Intel stock higher?

    Falling prices
    Assuming Intel is successful as it gears up to enter the ultra-mobile space with its upcomingBay Trail processor, it’ll likely have a negative impact on the company’s average processor selling price. In order for Bay Trail to gain market share against the ARM competition, I’m expecting its average selling price to be somewhere in neighborhood of Qualcomm‘s, which is about $22 — roughly one-fifth of Intel’s estimated average selling price of $107. Additionally, the mobile computing revolution continues to put negative pressure on the price of PCs, further compounding Intel’s average selling price pressures.

    The hope is that any future decline in processor average selling price can be offset with an increase in unit volume, but that’s not guaranteed, nor does it mean total dollar profits will remain stable. Even if Bay Trail can maintain profit margins in line with the rest of Intel’s processors, a $22 or even $30 processor simply doesn’t have as much available profit as a $107 chip.

    Ultimately, Intel’s profitability prospects will be driven by a number of variables, including how the overall PC market fares, if average selling prices decline due to consumers shifting to products like Bay Trail, and if Intel can make up any shortfalls with sufficient unit growth. It’s not exactly clear-cut.

    No catalyst in sight
    We may get a better sense of Intel’s future prospects during its investor meeting in November, but it likely won’t be until its 2014 earnings results that investors begin to get the scoop how these headwinds are actually influencing results. At that time, Intel’s Haswell and Bay Trail processors will have made their run, investors will know if the PC market has begun to stabilize, and we’ll know if ultra-mobile products are hurting Intel’s total profitability thanks to declining prices.

    If you’re an Intel shareholder, the question you should ask yourself is if it’s worth waiting around for the clouds of uncertainty to potentially clear up. Being a longtime Intel stock owner myself, I’m seriously considering taking my own advice and selling my shares in the coming weeks. There are plenty of compelling opportunities where the path to long-term shareholder success is much clearer.

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  • Have a Dell Precision M3800 will QHD Screen Resolution 3200 x 1800 Pixels + and Thin Design

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    September 10, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Latest Notebook product from Dell, Precision M3800 would seem to be the most anticipated devices this year. Dell claimed that laptop workstation will be the thinnest and lightest in the world, regardless laptop also offers high performance.

    Precision M3800 is also said to have a body with a weight of about 2:04 kilogram. 18milimeter thin body is also another attraction of this notebook.

    This notebook also said will have a screen with a higher resolution than Apple’s Retina Display. More precisely, this notebook will come to market with a qHD screen + 3200 × 1800 pixels that supports multitouch.

    In addition, this notebook will use Quadroo NVidia graphics card and an Intel Haswell fourth-generation Core i7, Nvidia Quadro possibility is K5100M. In addition, this notebook also has a certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV), which indicates that this device can run an optimum software.

    Other rumors say that this notebook will have HDD1TB or 512GB of SSD. For RAM, this notebook is estimated to have 15GB of RAM and four USB 3.0 ports.

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  • Notebook Lenovo ThinkPad T430u

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    September 6, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Like the models in the fashion world, most outstanding ultrabook now prioritizes slimness of the body and a pretty view. However, these physical characteristics will result in a collision or vulnerable laptop face hostile weather conditions. That try to overcome this shortcoming by presenting a Lenovo T430 repeated his version into the ThinkPad series T430u.

    Well, now ultrabook models (ThinkPad T430u) comes with the typical specifications of mobile devices are lightweight and power-saving. Examine the “u” as a marker ultrabook segment here. Series that we try (type 3351-7DA) contains an Intel Core i5-3317U 1.7 GHz, 4GB of main memory, and a 500GB hard disk. Also added a 4GB SSD for ultrabook-style get fast booting.

    As general character ultrabook, the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u only include a little plug. This device only provides two USB 3.0 ports, LAN, HDMI, and DisplayPort. This device also has a wireless card slot that can be used to access the internet via a 3G connection. The slot itself is at the back of the laptop is sailing 14 ˝. The bottom of the laptop is also surprisingly easy to open with a special slot (no screwdriver) making it easier for you to upgrade components.

    T430u also comes standard Thinkpad features such as finger print reader and an Anti-Theft technology from Intel. However, the laptop weighs 1.9 kg making it a lure is physical endurance-tested to military standards. This test requires the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u resistant to shock, dust, extreme temperatures, up to a humid environment. This is why this Ultrabook casing made slightly thicker (2.2 cm) with glass fiber plastic material to reinforce the cover.

    To beautify the inside, Lenovo makes keyboad in design they call the Island-style that stood out. To give the impression of a minimalist, physical buttons for volume settings, wireless, and such removed. Instead, the available combination on the keyboard. Continue to be included on this keyboard also typical ThinkPad trackpoint. With lithiumpolymer 4220mAh battery, the laptop can be used for seven hours continuously.

    Given its performance, the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u ultrabook par with most other equivalent. However, it seems to make a strong design-based Windows 8 Pro laptop is becoming prominent. This product is perfect for fans looking for a ThinkPad ultrabook or resilient.

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  • Share Printer Access Windows 8

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    September 3, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware

    Increasingly diverse operating systems. Therefore, do not be surprised if within a network can terdisi from a variety of devices. Plus, gadgets and electronic devices now have the ability to pass network connectivity.

    If the operating system both Windows or Linux fellow, it’s still easy. For use can be done without much trouble. Well if there are some who use the operating system Windows 8 and some of them have access to a printer via the Linux how dong? Easy! This tutorial.

    Step 1:

    Workgroup liken this step similar to when we want to share files across operating systems. We must do this step in Windows 8:

    1. Create Same Workgroup. On the Start screen, click System Settings on the right side and click on System in the left side. Click the Change Settings.

    2. In the System Properties window go to the Computer Name tab and see the workgroup name there. Compare with information workgroup name in Windows 8. If the same, you can jump straight to step 4. If different, follow the first 3 steps.

    3. Click the Change button that is on the Computer Name tab. After that, in the Computer Name Changes window, click the Workgroup menu in the box if the Member in the column below, the contents of the same name with a Linux workgroup. Press OK to save the changes. When prompted, restart the PC in order to connect with the new workgroup.

    Next, use the same naming workgroup with Linux.

    Step 2:

    To put the printer on Windows 8

    Divide and put the printer is not difficult to access. On the Start screen, type in Device and Printers, click Settings and then click the icon. Figure 4. Right-click the printer you want to dibagipakaikan then select “Printer Properties”. In the Properties window, select the Sharing tab and place a check in front of the “Share this printer”. Figure 5. Click “OK” to save changes.

    Step 3:

    Configuring Linux For Linux printer can be accessed through, it is time configuration on Linux. We will be using Ubuntu as the most popular Linux ditro. Here’s how:

    1. Click the menu System> Administration> Printing to open the printer management window.

    2. In the Printer Configuration window, click the “New” button. Ubuntu will search for the printer on the network.

    3. Once the search is complete, Ubuntu will display all the printers on the network are detected. If printermu not listed, click the “Windows Printer via SAMBA” on the left panel. IN the right side window, type the workgroup name created in step 1, and then click “Browse”.

    4. Explore the SMB workgroup that appears in the browser, select the computer name, then click on the name of the printer that has dibagipakaikan then click “OK”.

    5. You will be taken back to the previous window. Click the “Verify ..” to ensure the printer can be accessed by Ubuntu. If successful, you will get the message “Print Share Verified” like in the picture. If at this stage you have failed, try to go back to step 2 to ensure the printer configuration has been done correctly.

    6. Click “OK” and “Forward”.

    7. Now you will see a window with three options: Choose the printer from the database, providing PPD file, or do a search in the printer driver

    Choose the first option and then check whether the driver for printermu already teredia. If printermu not listed there, select the second option. After that select the PPD file that you have and then click Open. PPD file is a file that contains information such as the printer’s Windows driver which can be downloaded from the Internet. If the second alternative in this step you have problems too, just select the third option to force Ubuntu to find drivers on the Internet.

    8. Click the “Forward” button to continue.

    9. Enter the printer name information, description and location of the printer in the field provided. Click Apply to continue.

    10. Ubuntu will ask you to test your printer. Click “Yes” to try to print to the printer.

    11. After all steps finished, you will see the printer connected to the PC Windows 8 appears in the printer list Ubuntu.

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  • How Apollo 11′s 1.024MHz guidance computer did a lot with very little

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    September 1, 2020 /  Computer Technology, Hardware, Software

     

    early 44 years ago computer hardware was in an entirely different place than it is now. The levels of performance don’t even fit on the same scale. The anniversary of the Apollo 11moon landing is upon us, and those brave space pioneers got by without a 3GHz multi-core CPU. The guidance computer used on the Apollo 11 mission ran at only 1.024 MHz.

    The moon landing was the height of technological achievement at the time, and some of the rocket technology is still relevant today. That computer, though, has been left in the dust. In fact, it was well and truly obsolete a few years after the landing.

    The Intel 8086 came about roughly ten years after the Apollo landing, marking the beginning of x86. Apollo 11’s computer had 4 registers — essentially slots for holding numeric values. The 8086 boosted that to eight 16-bit registers.

    The IBM PC XT ran the next version of that chip, the famous 8088. This computer ran at 4.077MHz, which sounds incredibly slow by today’s standards, but is still four times faster than the Apollo 11computer. The XT also packed in eight times the memory used on Apollo 11.

    The Apollo 11 guidance computer actually had some impressive software features for a system that didn’t even run a graphical interface. It could multitask up to 8 different operations, but it didn’t work the way we think of multitasking. Today’s operations use preemptive multitasking that allows the OS to distribute computing resources as needed. On Apollo 11, programs were in charge and had to give control back to the OS periodically. A kind of virtual machine was used to allow developers to mix hardware-level instructions with virtual machine commands within the same assembler code.

    Inputting commands required translating the English words into “verb noun pairs,” which could be input as numbers. There was a handy sign in the cabin as a reminder. To top it all off, none of the computer’s systems were software upgradeable. All the code was stored in read-only memory. Several years after Apollo 11, Apollo 14 was forced to manually input the code to patch a system malfunction — it took 90 minutes just to type it in.

    Maybe your computer is a little sluggish, and your smartphone is a couple years old, but you have it better than those astronauts

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