Show Menu

Does user interface really matter?
I've been using a few programs for...well, not all my life, but probably since the beginning of 2000s. While there are a lot of different programs to choose from for everything you do these days, what is it that makes me use one or the other program or app? As one thing it's definitely the features it has, the features that you need, but at least for me it's definitely also about the simplicity and about the features they don't have.

The Benefits of Team Management Software
To successfully see a project through to its conclusion, it is vital to effectively manage the individuals undertaking each specific task.

That Gmail new look that you hate
Gmail recently change its look, and while it is not so different from the old one, most people, including me, seem to hate it.

A flying taxi to rule the skies by early 2020s?
Rolls Royce has unveiled a flying taxi concept which can transport up to five passengers as far as 800 kilometers with one charge. The hybrid taxi can fly at speeds of 400kmph, according to the company.

Laptops & smartphones could be 1000 times faster

Laptops & smartphones could be 1000 times faster

2012-03-08 07:48:24

The field of technology has seen some major changes in the last two decades. These days, when someone comes out with something new, we are delighted to hear that, but hardly are we surprised anymore. So when I tell you that laptops & smartphones could actually be 1000 times faster thanks to discovery of the researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, you're probably not surprised. However, you are definitely happy to hear that.

I'm not really a techie, rather a TechDonk, but according to the news story, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have now generated a frequency comb with more than a 100 terahertz bandwidth.

The story says that "Up until now, studies on electronic and optical devices with materials that are the foundations of modern electronics - such as radio, TV, and computers - have generally relied on nonlinear optical effects, producing devices whose bandwidth has been limited to the gigahertz (GHz) frequency region./.../ Pitt's researchers have demonstrated a physical basis for terahertz bandwidth (THz, or 1 trillion cycles per second)the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between infrared and microwave light."

I have a feeling most of us have hard time imagining 1000 times bigger drives and 1000 times faster computers. I definitely can't. But I do have a feeling that this discovery will turn some far dreams of ours reality. If you're a technical person, be sure to check out the entire article at ZeeNews.

But for the TechDonks out there, the future is now (at least that's the saying), but you will still have to wait for it to happen, so until we can bring you something futuristic that you can actually touch, not just read about, head over to the Hewlett Packard voucher codes to make sure you get a computer that you actually can touch for the best price possible. US visitors please visit for the latest coupon codes and offers.

Copyright © 2007-2017 All Rights Reserved. is an online magazine created for all technology buffs out there. We strive to offer you as much interesting and useful content as we humanly can.

Be sure to bookmark our page and visit us often!
writing joe?

If you'd like to join TechDonk team, we'd like to hear from you. We can't offer you any pay at this point, but you get your name mentioned and your articles read. For more information -

Click here
Our Partners

There are a few like Dish Network Indiana among other sites.

Learn more about our partners
connect with techdonk

Want to connect with us? Follow us in twitter or join our Facebook page.

Technology Blogs
Technology blog