Monthly Archive: August 2009

Aug 28 2009

Wirelessly Sync and Share with My WiFi

Intel My WiFi Technology (Intel MWT) makes it possible for users to wirelessly sync music, pictures and videos, share files and games and print within the home or while on the go. The technology doesn’t require a wireless access point. Rather, users can set up a My WiFi personal area network (PAN) wherever they may …

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Aug 25 2009

Wireless Power: Charge your phone without plugging in

Duracell recently unveiled a wireless charging station for mobile phones called myGrid. The station can simultaneously charge up to four devices. The user simply lays down the device to charge, eliminating the need for a cable. Duracell states that myGrid is as fast as USB 2.0 standard chargers, and myGrid appears to leverage USB adaptors …

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Aug 18 2009

New To Device Testing? Check Out Our Test Facility Basics

For those of you new to device testing, here’s a look into product testing at a third party testing facility. Device testing ensures the quality and interoperability of a product. In order for devices to achieve certification from a company or standards organization, the device must pass compliance tests, which ensure it will work properly …

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Aug 11 2009

PCI Express 3.0 doubles PCIe speed, New tests to follow

PCI Express (PCIe) is the latest standard for PC expansion cards and was designed to replace PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) standards. PCIe is used in consumer and industrial applications, including linking motherboard-mounted peripherals such as SATA drives, USB ports and sound cards and also as an expansion card for add-in boards. The next advancement in …

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