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Everybody’s Going Ape for Gorilla Glass

One of the most important components of today’s smart phone and tablet computers are their touch screens.  The glass of the touch screen has to be light weight and thin, yet tough enough to withstand the abuses of everyday use – stains, scratches, falls, etc. Corning’s Gorilla Glass is perfect for this purpose. No, Gorilla Glass is not made from gorillas. Gorilla Glass is a specially formulated alkali-aluminosilicate sheet glass [...]

The Future of Smartphones and Computers: Microsoft’s Vision

When it comes to imagining what the future is like, film directors and visionaries are to be looked up on. They hardly get it right, but it still is amazing to believe for a moment, how the future would be. One thing we know about the future; human beings are going to turn in to the most laziest creatures in the world. More than half of all the people in [...]

6 Worst Tech Products Ever & 3 Redeeming Ones

This is a guest post by Jen. If you would like to write for CallingAllGeeks, read our Guest posting guidelines. The tech industry has given rise to lots of new products. It seems that for every iPhone, there are a few not so great inventions. Below are six of the worst tech products ever made. Forget Windows 98 'blue screen of death,' Windows ME or Millennium came to be associated with [...]

The Future of Wireless Charging for Multiple Devices: Magnetic Resonance

Current wireless charging technology is predominantly inductive, using an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects. This process is inefficient and causes devices to heat up more than they would if charged with traditional cables. Most types of inductive charging also require portable electronics to be placed on a charging pad because the potential distance between the wireless charger and device is minimal. In practice, this isn’t much better [...]