Posted by James on May 8, 2013 ·
New technology is constantly being developed, with one particular aim in mind: to make our lives easier. However, a lot of us are becoming so obsessed with our smartphones and tablets that they are actually harming us rather than improving our day to day lives.
A lot of people have started to suffer with pain in the hand, fingers, shoulders and neck due to the over use of tablets and phones. These [...]
Posted by James on March 20, 2013 ·
Why use cloud computing?
Heard of cloud computing but not entirely sure of what it is or the benefits? In layman’s terms, cloud computing is computing based on the internet. In the past, people would use programs downloaded to a physical machine, cloud computing allows access to the same kind of programs on the internet. Cloud computing can improve efficiency and help improve cash flow amongst [...]
Posted by james on August 31, 2012 ·
Memory cards have been around for some time now… the cell phone holds a lot of small data, for example texts as well as telephone numbers, by using Subscriber identity module or sim. The sim card was first released back in 1991. Even though, this particular card can be extremely small, and additionally it is very useful. A sim is actually removable; this is why you can also make use of sim cards [...]
Posted by james on August 18, 2012 ·
Keeping data safe is important for not only businesses, but the average person as well. Back in the 1990’s, the floppy disk used to be used to backup data. Now we use multiple hard drives, CDs, Blu-ray disks, USB sticks, microchips, and more.
Modern day HDDs (hard disk drives) usually hold between 1-2TB. RAID is a storage technology used in hard drives, which means ‘redundant array of independent [...]
Posted by james on June 22, 2011 ·
The world these days is getting “smarter,” as well as in no small thanks to the lot of mobile phones that do just about everything for the consumer except breathe. Together with Internet access and a wide selection of downloadable applications, smart phones can now add printing capabilities to their ever-growing list of functions.There are many ways for intelligent phones to connect to [...]
Posted by james on June 22, 2011 ·
If you need a printer to share between multiple users, Samsung’s ML-3310ND could be a good option. It’s an A4, black-and-white laser printer that provides both Ethernet and USB online connectivity, so you are able to either connect this directly to a single PC or even plug it into your system so that all the computers in your home can access it. The ML-3310ND expenses about £160 [...]
Posted by james on June 8, 2011 ·
iPad 2 – The newly improved iPad
When Apple first launched the original iPad, we were quite skeptical; but over the year, it has proven to be a success. Apple has got it right with an iPad whereas other companies attempt at tablet computing has failed. While other companies such as Motorola and Samsung are struggling to catch up to Apple’s success on tablet computing, Apple has already moved [...]
Posted by Rahul on August 16, 2010 ·
You must be aware that contrast ratio and dynamic contrast ratio are two properties considered very important while buying a HDTV or a monitor.
This article will tell you how important these properties really are and how much weightage they should be given while purchasing a HDTV or monitor.
Meaning: To start with, let us define the two terms we are dealing with.
When we say just contrast ratio, it [...]
Posted by Matt on July 7, 2010 ·
Computers are rapidly changing the way we do things. For a technology that is still relatively new, their impact on the business and consumer sector has been incomprehensible. In fact, it wasn’t that long ago that many people could see no useful application for computers in homes, much less for every individual. How times have changed.
As if it was not sufficient to own one computer, so many [...]
Posted by Rahul on June 30, 2010 ·
Are you the kind of person who gets excited on seeing ’1 GB graphic card’ or ‘ 1 GB dedicated premium graphics’ on a laptop with a relatively low cost? Do you even ask the model number of the graphic card or just blindly consider it a good deal?
In this article i will tell you how much graphic card memory really matters and that it is not the deciding factor when it comes to [...]