Finally, Samsung has rolled out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 tablets, its a good news for the owners of these devices. The update is not just only to improve the experience, but it also boost performance.
This update will give users the option to access Google Now, Google’s personal assistant feature, and improved performance with Project Butter.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 update includes dramatic improvements to the multitasking and the S Pen will be much smarter after installing the update. It will allow you to swap between on-screen colors at the touch of a button and let you unlock the home screen just by removing it. Also, Paper Artist has arrived that adds some great new features for those who like to sketch. The Tab 2 owners get the added bonus of the Samsung Premium Suite and productivity apps to the device.
Update is available through OTA (over the air) or via Kies update.
A new material had been invented in Korea, the material is to be used in the manufacture of flexible lithium-ion batteries. This technology can be used to build flexible electronic devices, might be in the development of flexible mobile phones or tablets in future.
Traditional batteries are made up of solid material containing liquid electrolyte in it. The new approach replaces liquid electrolytes with a “fluid-like” but solid polymer electrolytes so there is no need for a solid case.
According to the Korea Joongang Daily, this technology might be a good innovation as these batteries are more stable than traditional batteries. There was always a risk of explosion in traditional batteries. Manufacturing of batteries will be easy with this technology.
Professor Lee Sang-young, the team leader of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, will publish its findings in the the journal Advanced Materials this year.
With these kind of innovation, the day in not far when we’ll able to carry personal TV in our pocket 🙂
Pranav Kalyan, 9 year old of US has become the World’s youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in ASP .NET
At the age of playing with toys, he was interested in computers. He started writing computer programmes when he was only six year old. Kalyan Kumar, Pravan’s father (works at Bank of America in Los Angeles) motivated him to go for Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) to increase his skills in programming.
Pranav Kalyan of indian origin is a fourth grade student and he wants to be a scientist. He is inspired from Manivannan, an engineer at SAGE, USA. He introduced him to the world of computers at an early age of three.
When Pranav was seven, he participated in national-level Math Bee competition conducted by North South Foundation, USA. He had also win interschool chess championships twice in a row.