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Suspect report says Apple’s A11X Bionic chip will arrive with new iPad Pro by Q2 2018

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

A new report today from a not-so reliable source is sharing some alleged details about Apple’s next mobile processor, the A11X Bionic chip along with when it will arrive… 255 more words


2018 iPad Pro Models Could Have Very Fast Octa-Core A11X Bionic Chip

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

iPad Pro with slim bezels and no Home button rendered by Benjamin Geskin

The report, citing sources within Apple’s supply chain, claims the eight cores in the tentatively named A11X Bionic chip will include three high-performance “Monsoon” cores and five energy-efficient “Mistral” cores. 369 more words


The Bionic 4-Year Review

I was randomly going through my blog posts today (one of those days I remember I have a blog!) when I came across this blog… 684 more words

Everyday Life

A Reflection of "Bionic" in 2017

It was an album that had been a long time coming. Following the successful Back To Basics album in 2006, Christina took a few years out for herself and to properly focus on creating a new album, one that she said she would release when ready. 180 more words

Hackaday Prize Entry: Economical Bionic Leg

When it comes to high-tech bionic legs for amputees, all the cool stuff is titanium, carbon fiber or other, more exotic materials. With carbon fiber “blades” all the rage, it’s easy to forget that simpler technologies still work, and could be made to work even better with the addition of some inexpensive electronics. 191 more words

The Hackaday Prize

How many cyborgs does it take to change a lightbulb?

I had to include this, it’s just so impressive for many reasons.

As someone who has been involved in various disciplines of electrical and electronic engineering (which inevitably means mechanical too) since childhood (and was hooked by early 20th century books on the subject), then ended up in programmable controls and computing, I saw the early versions, or attempts, at replacement limbs dating from the second half of the 20th century. 334 more words


Future Prosthesis

Emily writing!

A 2016 survey found that 1 in 5 Australians have a tattoo, illustrating a rise in the acceptance of tattoos as a form of body modification in mainstream society. 423 more words