Difference Between iPhone 4 and iPhone 3Gs

iPhone 4 vs iPhone 3Gs

Witch iteration of the iPhone, we see Apple adding more features and raising the ante against those who aim to dethrone them. With the iPhone 4, Apple finally decided to add video calling, which a lot of people greatly missed in the 3Gs, but only with the use of a WiFi network and not over 3G as it was intended to. This is evidenced by the addition of a secondary camera right beside the speaker. Aside from the addition of a secondary camera, the primary camera of the iPhone4 has also been upgraded to a 5 megapixel sensor from the 3 megapixel sensor that you would find on the 3Gs.
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Difference Between Feelings and Emotions

Feelings vs Emotions

Human beings are naturally emotive creatures. We often talk about how we are feeling. Over the course of our lifetimes we will experience millions of different sensations. Even over the course of a day we will not be untouched by feelings and emotions. Often, these two terms are used interchangeably, but there are differences between feelings and emotions that, if known, can help us to understand what’s going on inside a little better.

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Difference Between Plasma and LCD

It is hard to tell the difference when you look at a flat and thin television, whether it is a Plasma television or LCD. But the underlying technology makes all the difference between them.

In Plasma television two panels of glass contains tiny cells which are filled with noble gas, which is turned into Plasma electrically and excite red, green and blue phosphors to emit different color light. LCD television, on the other hand, constitute of two transparent layers, one of which is made up of tiny pixels filled with liquid crystals. When energized liquid crystals block certain kind of color from showing and thus create the image. There is a back light in LCD which makes the image visible to the user.
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Difference Between Cold and Flu

Both the flu and the common cold are respiratory illnesses but caused by different pathogens. These two types of illnesses have symptoms that are similar to flu. Therefore it is difficult to differentiate between them just by looking at the symptoms alone.

The flu illness is worse than the common cold with the symptoms such as fever, body aches, extreme tiredness, headache, congestion and cough.

The common cold is milder than the flu with the symptoms of sore throat, runny or stuffy nose. Fever is uncommon in adults, but children can develop fever with cold. With the cold, patients do not get serious health issues such as pneumonia, bacterial infections, or hospitalizations.

Most of the times, the common cold symptoms can make people feel sick for a few days, but flu symptoms can make people quite ill for a few days to weeks. The flu can also result in serious health problems including pneumonia and hospitalizations.
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Difference Between ADSL and SDSL

ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) and SDSL (Symmetric Subscriber Digital Subscriber Line) are the two major groups when it comes to broadband internet connections. The most major difference between these two groups is in how much bandwidth they allocate to the user. Since SDSL is symmetric. It offers equal download and upload speeds to the user while, although the download speed is also very high for ADSL, the upload speed can be significantly slower. Some people, especially those who upload videos or other content, may prefer the high upload bandwidth of SDSL, but for most people, ADSL provides sufficient upload speed since we download much more information than we upload while browsing the internet, watching videos, and downloading files.
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Difference Between CAT6 and CAT6A

CAT6a is the newest type of Ethernet cabling that you can install for your network. It is an improved version of the CAT6 cabling and offers better performance. Cabling is a little bit more complicated as their capacities are also a function of the length that is used. CAT6 cables are rated at 1Gbps while CAT6a cables can achieve up to 10Gbps.It is able to achieve this because it operates at 500Mhz; twice that of the 250Mhz operation of the CAT6 cables. CAT6 cables may be able to achieve 10Gbps but only in when short lengths of cable are used.
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