Optical vs. Digital Zoom

Difference Between Optical And Digital Zoom Optical Zoom The Optical Zoom is so called because it uses optical elements (Concave and convex). It performs the function of bringing the subject to be recorded in clear view by changing the focal length. The difference between the minimum and maximum focal length is expressed in the ability […]

Blackberry vs. IPhone

Difference Between Blackberry And IPhone The Blackberry The Blackberry is a popular brand of phones or smart phones. Over time the Blackberry is advanced providing full-touch screens and keyboards. But it is always comfortable with QWERTY keyboard. One service that has led more success to this line of phones is the service of push email. […]

Smartphone vs. Iphone

Difference between Smartphone And Iphone Smartphone The smartphone is an advanced telephone which integrates many advanced features including: * The web connection * Multimedia features (takes pictures, shoots video, plays music) * Organizational features such Mail, calendar, documents etc. * Utility functions such as calculator, compass, Sat navigation. * Recreational functions * Social functions such […]

IPhone 3G vs. 3G

Difference between IPhone 3G And 3G   iPhone 3G   iPhone 3G boasted a processor of 833 MHz and the performance was about double improved over the previous model. The technical characteristics of a iPhone 3G are still sufficient to ensure the support of the latest version of IOS (iPhone OS 4.3.3).   The capacity […]

Plasma vs. LCD

Difference Between Plasma And LCD Plasma The first commercial plasma screen was developed in the early nineties. The image on the screen is displayed as a result of three basic colors: red, green and blue. In plasma screen each pixel has three sub-pixels which correspond to the three primary colors. The intensity of the three […]

IPhone 3G vs. IPhone 4G

Difference between the IPhone 3G And IPhone 4G iPhone 3G iPhone 3G boasted a processor of 833 MHz and the performance was about double improved over the previous model. The technical characteristics of a iPhone 3G are still sufficient to ensure the support of the latest version of IOS (iPhone OS 4.3.3). The capacity of […]

Wireless Networks vs. Electronic Mail

Difference Between Wireless Networks And Electronic Mail The proliferation of wireless networking has grown beyond the desktop and laptop computer realms and is now permeating the PDA (personal digital assistant), MP3, automobile, and toy markets. Wirelessly networked devices for the home are now available, including home-theater equipment, add-on light switches, and security and home-automation monitoring […]

Time-sharing vs. Multiprocessing

Difference Between Time-sharing And Multiprocessing Time-sharing systems enable many terminal operators to use a computer at the same time. A basic terminal for timesharing consists of a keyboard, a monitor, and a printer. In addition to these essential components, an “intelligent” terminal has its own microprocessor and can function as a small computer when it […]

Developing vs. Printing

Difference Between Developing And Printing    Developing When a photograph is taken, a latent image is formed consisting of specks of metallic silver in the light-sensitive emulsion of the film. The latent image cannot be seen until it is transformed into a visible image as a result of the chemical process called developing. The chemical […]

Orthicon vs. Vidicon

Difference Between Orthicon And Vidicon     Orthicon In a black and white camera, an image is focused by a lens on a coating on the inside surface of the face of a vacuum tube called an image orthicon. This coating is called the photocathode and is photoemissive; that is, it emits electrons when struck by […]