Articles about ruby

Yota Ruby LTE Hotspot Has E-Ink Display
Do any of you remember the Yotaphone? This is a dual display smartphone that runs on the Android operating system, and at CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, Yota devices, the company behind the Yotaphone (Captain Obvious is calling in this time around, informing you that one can tell by the name of the device) has announced a spanking new peripheral for road warriors, calling it the Yota Ruby. The Yota […]

HTC Ruby to be renamed Amaze 4G?
Remember the HTC Ruby that had its specs and pictures leaked recently? Well, more details about the phone have surfaced, and it turns out that the Ruby is going to be the new flagship device of T-Mobile, and it will be renamed to HTC Amaze 4G. Judging by the phone’s powerful specs, I guess it deserves the title.The HTC Ruby/Amaze 4G will pack a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3″ qHD […]

HTC Ruby specs leak
A week ago, we reported about the HTC Ruby being revealed in photographs, and now the folks over at TmoNews have managed to uncover more details about the curvy phone. The phone won’t be a myTouch device, but it will still be in the upper range of HTC phones that will be sold at T-Mobile. The HTC Ruby is said to feature a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3″ qHD display, […]

World's fastest Rubik's cube solving machine does it in a little over 10-seconds
Gone are the days where solving a Rubik’s cube in under a minute is considered an achievement. The students at the Swinburne University of Technology have created a robot that can do it in seconds – less than 11 seconds in fact. Called Ruby, the puzzle solving machine managed to solve a randomized cube, including the time it took to scan the toy, in just a little over 10 seconds: […]


Kopin releases Ruby Module
Kopin has finally rolled out their latest release, the Ruby Module – being a new plug-&-play, digitally interfaced display module that debuted at the Defense, Security, and Sensing 2011 Symposium. Just what does the Ruby Module offer? For starters, this is is a commercial off the shelf full-color SVGA (800 x 600), plug-&-play display module that comes in a compact, low power package.