Mantript Singh

13 Flips | 4 Magazines | 2 Likes | 1 Follower | @vinny007 | Keep up with Mantript Singh on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Mantript Singh”

2 Americans, a German win Nobel Prize for chemistry

Two Americans and a German won the Nobel Prize in chemistry this year for their work on optical microscopy that has opened up our understanding of molecules by allowing us to see how they work close up.<p>The winners are Eric Betzig, Stefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner, the Nobel committee in Sweden …

New form of carbon said to be strongest material ever found

The strongest known material in the world may have just been dethroned. Researchers from Rice University have calculated the properties of a little-studied form of carbon known as carbyne, and they've determined that it should have a "specific strength surpassing that of any other known material." …

See Apple’s Remarkable Evolution From iOS 6 To iOS 7

How different is Apple’s redesigned mobile OS? Take a look in this side-by-side gallery.<p>Today, Apple gave the world its first peek of iOS 7, the software that will power iPhones and iPads starting later this year. Helmed by hardware guru Jony Ive, the update will bring the most dramatic visual …

Samsung: We’re Wasting Half Of The Galaxy S4’s Flash Storage On Crappy Features No One Wants

When you buy a 16GB iPhone, iOS 6 takes up roughly 1GB of space on the device, leaving about 15GB or so to spare. Buy a 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4, on the other hand, and you get just 8.49GB!<p>Why? Samsung says all the bloat is because of the nonsense, half-baked “software features” they keep on baking …

Galaxy S4

Rumored Next-Gen iPhone Part Reveals Possible Tweaked Camera Design

- May 9, 2013<p>A photo of a component claimed to be part of the motherboard from an as yet to be released iPhone shows that Apple may be employing some …

Apple's Lightning Connector Detailed in Newly-Published Patent Applications

As noted by <i>AppleInsider</i>, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office today published three Apple patent applications related to the company's Lightning connector introduced on its iOS devices late last year.<p><i>Perspective view of Lightning connector</i><p>The first application describes the hardware itself, while …

Apple pushes for Android code docs in Samsung case

In the next step of the Apple v. Samsung battle, Apple has asked a judge to make Google hand over documents related to the Android operating system.<p>U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal in San Jose, Calif., was told by the tech giant earlier this week that Google is inappropriately withholding …

Low-cost iPhone rumor reignited by Apple supplier's hiring spree

A boost in hiring from one of Apple's key suppliers could be yet another sign of a low-cost iPhone.<p>Pegatron, which makes the iPhone and iPad, said that it will build up its workforce in China by up to 40 percent during the second half of the year, Reuters reported Thursday. Such a huge increase …

Samsung Prepares A Phone For Every Feature As The Galaxy S4 Zoom Shows Up At Bluetooth SIG

Samsung is in a unique position among Android smartphone manufacturers, which allows it to create devices like the Galaxy S4 Zoom, a rumored S4 variant that showed up for certification at the Bluetooth SIG this week (via UnwiredView) as the “SM-C101.” The S4 Zoom is reportedly going to resemble the …

Facebook Home hits HTC One and Galaxy S 4 in quiet social update

Facebook Home has quietly added support for the HTC One and – unofficially – the Samsung Galaxy S 4, as the social network Android homescreen …

Apple: Google Is Not a “Friend of the Court” in Samsung Case

In Apple’s sprawling legal battle with Samsung, Google is hardly an impartial party. It’s the author of the Android mobile operating system that the …

Google changes how it measures Android version adoption, sees uptick in Jelly Bean devices

Google routinely gives monthly numbers breaking out the adoption of various versions of Android, but the company has now changed the way it calculates those numbers — providing a distinctly different portrait of the Android ecosystem in the process. As outlined on the Android Developers site, …