ARM 2015 Moore's Law-min

Moore’s Law and its importance – Know The Basics

Moore’s Law is perhaps the most important law in the world of computing and technology today. Moore’s Law is an observation that was made by Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel, in 1965. Moore observed that the number of transistors that engineers would be able to fit on a square inch worth of integrated circuits had effectively increased by 2x every single year since the very first development of the technology known as the IC, or integrated circuit. He predicted that this doubling would continue for a short time, but that eventually we would hit the limit of what was possible in terms of progress. Read more


Automated Home Connected Appliances

The all new concept of automated home connected appliances makes it possible for people to know what’s happening at home while they are away via their SmartPhones and other Smart devices. Additionally, users can program automated devices to respond appropriately to environmental cues and anticipate the user’s needs. In this article, we will explore the emerging technology of home automation. Read on to learn more. Read more

Electronic components

The Future of Computer Hardware Innovation

The last 30 years of technological innovation have brought about a huge improvement in the way people interact with each other and how and where they can access information. Gone are the days when you had to book some time to access a shared computer in a library to get access to very limited information on early forms of the Internet. Both the speed of data transmission and of computer’s processing power have increased by an unprecedented amount. But how long can this carry on for and what can we expect in the future of computer hardware? Read more