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Relative dating radiometric absolute

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Dating is a technique used in archeology to ascertain the age of artifacts, fossils and other items considered to be valuable by archeologists.There are many methods employed by these scientists, interested in the old, to get to know the age of items.

As the name implies, relative dating can tell which of the two artifacts is older.The Apple’s stunning i Phone4 with loads of applications and improved OS (i OS 4.2.1) is already in the market.The sleek Apple i Phones created a revolution in the mobile phone industry.The i Phone4 offers bigger screen with better contrast ratio and has a higher resolution than the Torch 9800 (some opines that the pixels are more than the human eye can actually see).Also Apple has more practice with capacitive screens than Black Berry.Blackberry is designed basically for corporate people, especially made to make communication easier.

The Black Berry Torch 9800 is the latest model in the Blackberry devices line up.

This is a method that does not find the age in years but is an effective technique to compare the ages of two or more artifacts, rocks or even sites.

It implies that relative dating cannot say conclusively about the true age of an artifact.

For video recording and play back, the i Phone4 camera supports HD quality, whereas the Torch 9800 camera only records and play in SD (VGA resolution).

Keyboard Blackberry has a full QWERTY keyboard in addition to the touch screen.

Display: The i Phone4 has a 3.5-inch capacitive widescreen multi-touch ‘Retina’ display with higher resolution (640×960 pixels).