Galaxy Note 9 has been released by Samsung today!!!
It has 6.4″ Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960 x 1440) 516 ppi with updated S pen which is IP68.
The phone looks really nice at the first look and brings a lot of raw power to the table.
If you want to know more, best to visit official Samsung’s Note 9 page for additional information here.
Why user review? Because I’ve been using Samsung Galaxy S4 for around 11 months now so I can tell you few things about that phone. You can find all kinds of reviews out there but this is a real user story review. Finally I’m ready to tell you how my Samsung Galaxy S4 is doing and how I feel about it. So let’s start…
We waited for very long time to be able to see those beautiful TVs and finally they came out. Samsung and Lg are the first to introduce them and pushed them out to the market. Unfortunately oled tvs still cost a lot but that will change eventually so all we have to do is wait.
Both companies went for curved shape (sorry not flat yet) to show off what oled can do (some rumours stated that curved oled are easier to manufacture). However, Continue reading
Skylon is a space plane being developed by British company Reaction Engines Limited, and is being built as the world’s first fully reusable space plane! (a spacecraft that can take off and land horizontally like a conventional aircraft – first space vehicle which can do such thing). Each Skylon space plane is intended to be reusable over 200 times. It is a huge improvement over any space vehicle in active use nowadays.
What is so special about the plane? Its engines called Sabre, which are Continue reading
AMS is a special experimental ISS module, which aims to accurately measure the flux of charged cosmic rays at low terrestrial orbit. With it, it is possible to study the formation of the universe, the search for evidence of the existence of strange particles, dark matter and antimatter. The unit was installed on the ISS 19 May 2011.
The researchers believe that the main component of dark matter is WIMP (weakly interacting massive particles). Although AMS is unable to detect them directly, by measuring the physical values used to describe them, their detection becomes possible Continue reading
Wouldn’t be great to have a nuclear reactor that can work at room temperature and wouldn’t create a radiation at the same time. Hmm…? Yeah, there is a hypothetical type of nuclear reaction which can achieve that according to some scientists.
It is called Cold fusion or Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.
So what is it? Continue reading