September 2020

They Bought The Wrong Console…(PlayStation 5, Xbox S, Xbox X)

         After retailers screwed up PlayStation 5 pre-orders last week by launching product pages early, Microsoft said their retail partners were prepared for an onslaught of console hungry gamers when pre-orders for the Xbox Series X and Sent live Tuesday morning. The launch proceeded on schedule, but online stores still found their servers overloaded with …

They Bought The Wrong Console…(PlayStation 5, Xbox S, Xbox X) Read More »

Robot To Implant Elon Musk Brain Chip “TESLA Lost The Race”

         Let us start with the news from NEURALINK the new chip from neuralink contains more than 1 000 wires which can read brain activity to implement the chip will be done by a robot avoiding damage to the brain and blood vessels ELONMUSK assures that the process will take some time and will leave …

Robot To Implant Elon Musk Brain Chip “TESLA Lost The Race” Read More »

Could China’s Automation Take Human Jobs?

         In the past, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a robot revolution and today China has rapidly become a world leader in automation and robotics as they transform most of their factories into places where robots are doing most of the jobs, but the questions could China’s automation take human jumps?          This is …

Could China’s Automation Take Human Jobs? Read More »

How do Video Game Controllers Work? || Exploring a PS4 Game Controller

         Video game controllers are precision devices that give us access to competitive battlefields, uncharted worlds, and epic storylines, and this here is one of their most critical components. But where is this circular metal object located, and what does it do? In this episode, we’re going to open PlayStation 4 Dual Shock video game …

How do Video Game Controllers Work? || Exploring a PS4 Game Controller Read More »

How A CPU Works (Hardware + Software Parallelism)

         In this article, we’ll be discussing classical computing, more specifically -how the CPU operates and CPU parallelism.          In the previous article in this series, we discussed the shrinking of the transistor, allowing for more powerful and efficient computers, as well as the end of Moore’s Law based on the miniaturisation of the transistor …

How A CPU Works (Hardware + Software Parallelism) Read More »

Graphene Computing (Flexible Displays, 3D Integrated Circuits, …)

         In this article, we’ll be discussing computing performance and efficiency, as well as how the computer industry plans on maximising them.          The performance of a computer isn’t measured by its speed but by the operations; it can do. Thus, a new unit of measurement, the flop was introduced. The number of floating-point operations …

Graphene Computing (Flexible Displays, 3D Integrated Circuits, …) Read More »