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The Raspberry PI is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into TV or a keyboard and can be used for many things that your 'big' PC does. It can even play high-quality video. You can buy the Raspberry Pi through Premier Farnell/Element 14 and RS Components. I think that this device is amazing and can be used at schools. Moreover it's ... (read more)


New Mobile Leader!

Some sources seem to be indicating that Nokia has handed over the crown of leadership to Samsung! Reuter agency carried out a social poll among mobile experts and found out that Nokia only turned up on the second place after summing up its work done over the first quarter of the year. According to the co... (read more)


Volvo: Pedestrian Airbags

Volvo, the Swedish car manufacturer, has always been regarded as the flagship of car security technologies. Earlier this could be applied to the security of passengers. Volvo made a step further and cared about pedestrians.

The company has announced that as of 2013 it's going to install pedestria... (read more)


CeBIT 2012 begins

One of the most important events of the IT world has begun today in Hanover, Germany.

CeBIT 2012, the place where this year's (or maybe next generation's?) innovations live… Follow track of the exhibition here at Prime Time Blogs, or on the official website.


iPad 3 rumors: what it might be like

Rumors about the future Apple's flagship are gaining momentum in anticipation of the Event that is to take place in two days. Some Chinese craftsmen, for example, have shared a video displaying (allegedly) the front and the rear parts of the device. Here is how iPad 3 might look like, enjoy:

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Apple: patent wars in their full swing

Yesterday, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued 11 new patents that attach the right to several crucial technologies to Apple, Inc.

Five of these patents regulate the multi-touch technology, i.e. multipoint touchscreen, multi-touch auto scanning and calibration measurement for multi-touch surfaces.

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iPhone vs Motorola, Siri vs Google

An amusing test has been carried out by Motorola. The company decided to compare the performance of Siri and its recently developed Google's counterpart — Google Voice Actions. There you are:


iPad 3: almost there!

Apple has just sent out invites for a March 7th event where they promise to have something we really want to see and touch. The event will be held next Wednesday at 10AM PST at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco where they will no doubt unveil the next iPad.

Guys, any ideas of what it is like?