G Dino

I’m G Dino, a freelance content writing specialist. I write myriad sorts of Web content on various topics for many different people and companies. I enjoy doing what I do as much as I love learning on the job. When I’m not writing for a living, I’m writing for leisure. When I’m not writing for leisure, I’m reading or gaming for inspiration. When I’m not doing either, I hatch schemes to change or destroy the world.

Green Technology “PumPing Tap” Saves Energy by Automatically Unplugging Unused Appliances

The PumPing Tap, a recent green technology innovation, is gaining popularity throughout the Web. In 2011, the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Germany awarded the innovation with the Red Dot Award for design concept, an annual international product design award. The gadget unplugs appliances that are not being used after 10 minutes of inactivity. The PumPing Tap ‘pops out’ a plug from a socke...

Video Game Tech: 8 Generations of Console Gaming

While the Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360 still have a lot left in them, the companies behind them are already developing their next generation of video game platforms. After the feats of the current generation of consoles, it’s both difficult and exciting to imagine what’s next for video games. The PS Vita already made news in Japan and is prepping an impressive lineup for its North American and European ...

Next Gen Flash Memory Card Security Under Development by Five Leading OEMs

SanDisk, Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, and Toshiba are collaborating on the “Next Generation Secure Memory Initiative,” a new content protection technology for SD cards and other solid state (flash) memory cards, as well as other storage devices. The five original equipment manufacturer (OEM) giants have agreed in principle on the collaboration last December 19. Under the Initiative, said companies wi...

Intel’s Third Generation Atom Chip to Launch in Leading OEM Devices By Early 2012

Toshiba, Samsung, Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and HP are among the leading retail original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to use Intel’s third generation Atom chip in their mobile devices early next year. This is in lieu of Intel’s December 28 announcement of the commercial availability of its most recent mobile Atom-based platform previously referred to as ‘Cedar Trail.’ News of Intel Atom-based referenc...

NFC Technology: Making Money Lose Its “Substance”

Whatever happened to money? In the 1999 film Entrapment, Sean Connery played the male protagonist Mac. Being an old-school thief, when he and his partner Gin, played by Catherine Zeta-Jones, successfully infiltrated a bank vault and he saw that there was a computer terminal instead of gold bars or columns of cold, hard cash waiting to be bagged, he exclaimed: “This is it? Whatever happened to mone...

Uprising44: The Silent Shadows Set to Launch Q2 2012

Upstart independent game development company DMD Enterprises recently informed Capsule Computers that their first game, Uprising44: The Silent Shadows, will be released late in the second quarter of 2012. Game publisher Cenega will be launching the game in PC, Mac, and Xbox platforms across Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Hungary initially. Uprising44 is a third person shooter that incor...

Apple, Sony, Bill Gates – Some of Technology’s Biggest Players are Preparing for a Battery Race

You love your laptop. You take it virtually everywhere with you. You work with it, play games on it, and live out your social media life through it. Unfortunately, it can only give you an average 8 hours of standard battery life (more likely 4 hours if you use it for gaming) before you need to hunt for the nearest power outlet. Well, that’s about to change. If Apple could have their way with fuel ...

Sony Showcases Bio Battery Powered by Shredded Paper

Sony featured a bio battery prototype during the Eco-Products exhibition in Tokyo last December 17. The battery generates electric energy through ‘digesting’ shredded paper and turning it into glucose sugar which then undergoes further chemical changes to produce hydrogen ions and electrons. These electrons are used by the battery for power. During the exhibition, Sony successfully demonstrated ho...

Hunter X Hunter 2011 Vs Hunter X Hunter 1999 – 13 Episodes In

Letter from Gon, episode 13 of the Hunter X Hunter 2011 series, ended up being a recap episode told by way of Mito-san reading a letter from an excited Gon who managed to pass the third phase of the hunter exam. In all honesty, when I read the comments below the video that it was a recap episode, I was tempted to skip it. I wanted to take stock of the reboot of the (in)famous Hunter X Hunter serie...

2012 Games with a Twist: Three 2012 Games that Offer Something Different

As the New Year looms, new titles are waiting to surprise gamers with everything they can offer – and then some. In the spirit of the coming New Year and the hardcore gamer’s thirst for something beyond the norm, here are three titles which will launch in 2012 that can offer their players some pleasant twists. Combat Wings: The Great Battles of World War II Ace Combat: Assault Horizon and other fl...

Apple Patenting Fuel Cell System to Power Portable Computers

Appleappears to be investigating the possibility of powering their Macbooks using fuel cells, which could lead to laptops that could be lighter and smaller than the Macbook Air, which is itself already less than an inch thick. The US Patent and Trademark Office published two patent applications last December 22, 2011 that indicated Apple’s intent on “coupling” fuel cells to a “portable computing d...

Intel Sends Manufacturers Prototype Smartphones and Tablets for 2012

Microprocessor manufacturing giant Intel recently showcased its “reference design” prototypes of a smartphone and tablet running on its latest mobile chip called Medfield. Reference design models are intended to give manufacturers an idea of how tablets and smartphones running on Intel’s Medfield can be designed. It also previews the capabilities of Intel’s newest Atom mobile chip in action, which...

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