Google has shut down their widely popular keyword tool for public use. Now if you want access to Google sanctioned keyword data you have to sign up for an Adwords account. Of course there are a ton of theories surrounding why Google would make this decision, some are more obvious than others. But to many of us Google’s motivations seem pointless when we still have work to do! Luckly we exist in a vibrant industry where innovation is at the core of most of what we do. As such we have a slew of different tools available to replace Google’s tool.
M.2, formerly known as the Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), is a specification for internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors. It replaces the mSATA standard, which uses the PCI Express Mini Card physical card layout and connectors. M.2's more flexible physical specification allows different module widths and lengths, and, paired with the availability of more advanced interfacing features, makes the M.2 more suitable than mSATA for solid-state storage applications in general and particularly for the use in small devices such as ultrabooks or tablets.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Oct 29 that U.S. companies will no longer be allowed to export goods to a Chinese DRAM maker called Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Company because it believes the company "poses a significant risk of becoming involved in activities that are contrary to the national security interests of the United States."
Like most compute tech, processors come in essentially two classes – mobile and desktop. Mobile processors, whether they be for laptops, smartphones, or IOT devices, are generally designed for efficiency first and performance second. Desktop processors being less limited by thermals and not at all by potential battery life, are by far the performance champs and will on average have more cache, higher stock and Turbo speeds, and higher TDP (Thermal Design Power).
So is a mobile i7 not the same as a desktop i7?
No, not really. Even though both desktop and mobile processors can share the same i7 (and i5 or i3 for that matter) name, that doesn’t mean they’re equal for the reasons I describe above. For example, a desktop Intel Core i7-6700 runs 4 cores at 3.4/4.0 GHz with 8MB cache for a Passmark score of 9,973. Its mobile counterpart, the Intel Core i7-6700HQ, comes in at 2.6/3.5GHz with 6MB of cache for a Passmark score of 8,001, or almost 20% less.
After several times change and months market testing, finally H1 series comes to market, currently there are 3 different mini pc models under this H1 series, they are H1-N3160-1C, H1-J3160-1C, H1-J1900, many users think this case is thin and feel not so strong compare to other cooling pin designed pc case. Actually it's totally wrong. The cooling pin hide under the surface, this design can help the case surface easy to clean.