Archive for July, 2014


Eulerian Path is a path in graph that visits every edge exactly once. Eulerian Circuit is an Eulerian Path which starts and ends on the same vertex. Continue reading

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Building on the success that OPPO’s first truly international device, the Find 5 saw, came the Find 7. With a similar design and the same top-notch specifications (in context), the Find 7 was released in March this year, amidst huge fanfare and hype. Once again, OPPO did what they did with the Find 5 – raised the bar, by including a 2560 x 1440p QHD or ‘2K’ display. Continue reading

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The Vivo Xshot is the newest phone in the current Vivo lineup. The handset is interesting as it isn’t designed to be a flagship model, it’s a camera centric device, but with the features it has on offer it is easily capable of mixing it up with the best of the best. Continue reading

FREEEEEDOM! Congress OKs Bill to Legalize Cell Phone Unlocking:

Almost two years after the Library of Congress moved to make cell phone unlocking illegal, Congress this week approved a bill that reverses that decision and will once again give consumers the right to unlock their devices. Continue reading

low cost EV battery

A research team from the Stanford School of Engineering has just figured out how to stabilize the lithium in a lithium-ion battery, and that could help bring the typical EV down to the level of mainstream affordability. The team is looking at a price point of $25,000 for an EV battery range of 300 miles, which would be competitive with a 40 mpg gasmobile. Continue reading


The smartphone will come with a 5.5-inch 720p display along with Huawei’s homebrew HiSilicon Kirin 920 chipset, which will come with a big.LITTLE octa-core CPU, featuring four Cortex A15 cores and four Cortex A7 ones. With formalities in place, the C199 shouldn’t take too long to launch, at least in its home country of China. Continue reading


So, the DK2 is here and I’ve spent the day with it. Ahead of our detailed review of the unit, which will land soon, I wanted to share some quick thoughts and impressions with you. Continue reading


The long wait is over, the next generation Oculus Rift is here and it’s a giant leap over what has come before. The second iteration of Oculus VR’s VR Headset, the Development Kit 2 represents the culmination of many months of cutting-edge research and progress since the company released its DK1 to Kickstarter backers back in March 2013. Continue reading

LG may not put out much Android tablets in the market, but when it does, it tries to make it into something truly distinct. This new LG Tab Book model that the company has unveiled in Korea will not only be one of the biggest Android tablets you might get to see, it is also probably one of the most powerful, running on an Intel Haswell Core i5 CPU. Continue reading

Unique BMW i8 to pack first laser eyes in US

BMW‘s i8 electric supercar may be out of the reach of most, but that isn’t stopping the German company from crafting an even more exclusive version of the eco-friendly coupe. The one-off BMW i8 Concours d’Elegance Edition will, as the name suggests, make its debut at August’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance event, and be the first to pack some exclusive tech: lasers. Continue reading