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4. August 2017

Bitkom: Teurere Smartphones bei Deutschen beliebt

Die Vorstellung des ersten iPhones kann gut und gerne als Startschuss für den großen Erfolg des Smartphones angesehen werden. iPhone&iPad

 
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21. Juli 2017

Konzept: Kleidung kann Smartphones aufladen

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19. Juni 2017

Urin lädt Smartphones auf – Pilot-Projekt startet

Britische Forscher haben eine Methode vorgestellt, mit der Urin zur Erzeugung von Energie genutzt werden kann. Tests

 
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14. Juni 2017

Google Hires Veteran Chip Designer Away From Apple to Build Custom Chips For Pixel Smartphones

Google has hired veteran chip architect Manu Gulati, who worked at Apple for the past eight years, according to Variety.

Gulati is now a Lead SOC Architect at Google, where he began in May, according to his recently updated LinkedIn profile.

Gulati was „instrumental“ to the company’s efforts to build custom chips for the iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV, according to the report.

Apple’s custom silicon ranges from the single-core A4 chip in the original iPad and iPhone 4 to the six-core A10X Fusion chip in the new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

At Google, his expertise is expected to help the Mountain View company design custom [...]

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