News & Reviews: research
Sep 22, 2021
The global chip shortage issue persists by having the wait time hit 21 weeks, the longest it has ever been. To put it simply, companies would now have to wait that long after placing their orders with the semiconductor manufacturers.
Jun 25, 2021
Most of us living in this era probably treat a smartphone as essential. Without it, some might even find it challenging to carry on with activities for the rest of the days. However, this new research is telling us that not all of us need a smartphone in our lives, by showing that half of the world's population doesn't own the device.
Apr 26, 2021
It seems that a Digital Chat Station recently posted on the user’s weibo account, hinting that the upcoming Xiaomi flagship smartphone could come equipped with a 200MP main camera. While not much is known in regards to the exact smartphone model of the upcoming phone, we do know that it will most likely be using Samsung’s 200MP GN2 image sensor which was teased on Samsung’s official Twitter account.
Apr 13, 2021
Looks like a new kind of battery is currently being developed by a bunch of researchers in Russia, claiming that it can be charged up to 10 times faster than conventional Lithium-Ion batteries. Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that devices will come equipped with this battery this year, as it is still in the development phase and it is still unable to match the capacity of a Lithium-Ion battery.
Nov 26, 2020
Are you addicted to your smartphone? In this modern era where almost everyone has one for work and play, it's hard to tell if one is really addicted. To answer that, a recent study was carried out by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and here are the results.
Nov 17, 2020
With the next-gen gaming consoles releasing, people are becoming more enthusiastic about video game than ever before. Other than that, the pandemic is also one of the factors which let this activity become a popular one while almost everyone is quarantined at home. If you're wondering if gaming is good or bad for health, this new research is going to provide you the answer.
Oct 12, 2020
Just when we thought the pandemic was declining, the cases shot back up again and some businesses have ordered their employees to go back working from home. And so in relating to this, a national research science agency from Australia has reported that the COVID-19 virus survival rate is much longer than initially believed.
Mar 16, 2020
Today, we had the opportunity to sit down with Google Malaysia and they shared with us some interesting insights on how Malaysians are using Google. In this year's Year in Search Insights for Brands report, there are five new trends that Malaysians are showing through the search engine - Convenience, More informed, Ecommerce growth outside of cities, Local content demand, and more conscious towards the environment.
Jun 22, 2016
If you think that deca-core processor in your smartphone is the best in the market – researchers at UC Davis has recently trumped it with a 1000 core processor that leaves others in the dust.