Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

Medical Doctors to use Xbox Controller for 3D X-rays

BodyViz company based at the Iowa State University Research Park, has created a new method or x-raying patients. The new method provides x-ray organ scan images in full colour 3D. The technology works by taking old black and white car scans, MRI and CT data and converting it into vivid 3D images. Continue reading

Microsoft offers Cloud Computing with Windows Azure Technology

Cloud computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared servers provide resources, software, and data to computers and other devices on demand Continue reading

The New Microsoft Surface: Experience things in a whole new way

Microsoft at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, unveiled the next generation of Microsoft Surface, built upon a new technology that Continue reading

Microsoft bags Top Technology Innovator of 2010 award, beats Apple to it

The Street ranks Microsoft No. 1 in its year-end top 10 list. TheStreet points out that the Xbox 360, Xbox Live subscription service and now the Kinect have exploded onto the scene in 2010. Continue reading

12 Microsoft Technologies that revolutionized consumers life in 2010

Here is a look at some of the technologies from Microsoft that revolutionized & rocked the consumer’s life in 2010 and some you can look forward to in 2011. Continue reading

News: LG to begin mass-produce of flexible 19-inch E-Paper

Samsung may have completely abandoned the business of E-Paper production. However, that doesn’t mean that E-Paper is necessarily dead. LG has opted to begin Continue reading

Rumour: Microsoft To Introduce ‘Direct Experience Platform’ With Windows 8

Even with Windows 8 still at least 2 years away, the rumor mill is beginning to pick up regarding what might be included. That big Windows 8 leak and some patent applications show  Continue reading

Intel Turns to Light to Transfer Data Inside PCs

Intel on Tuesday announced it had developed a prototype interconnect that uses light to speed up data transmission inside computers at the speed of 50 gigabits per second. Continue reading