Every laptop user has felt it at one point. The scorching hot waves of the heat of your laptop slowly cooking your legs as you try to finish up a project or check your emails. You might have also noticed, the performance of your computer seems to slow down in this case, too. You are right. This isn’t just your imagination. This is due to throttling that takes place in the device. Having processing power in a compact space like the body of a laptop often puts a strain on the hardware. Intensive activities like gaming or even binge watching Netflix might be causing the throttling and making your computer over heat. This problem might eventually lead to permanent damage.
However, cooling pads come to the rescue in elongating your laptops life span and helping it deliver its top performance without the hassle of overheating. The most common complaints from laptop and notebook users are that their laptops systems almost crash due to heat exhaustion and the uncomfortable feeling of using a laptop that feels too hot while in use. Laptop cooling pads
Today, we live in a digital world that’s supported majorly with technology and while technology has changed our world, it also plays an important role in our child’s developmental milestones. Thanks to the latest trends in the field of educational based technology, kids are now getting up close and personal with technology daily, at homes and at school.
But is there really a need to of making technology available only at a particular age? Not really, as technology also plays a very positive and vital role while a child is growing. Today with an introduction of smartphones and other mobile devices like tablet PCs and tablets, we have quicker and comfortable access to the internet at any time and any place. This makes it a must have for kids too, as they help promote and share knowledge and information that’s related to child’s day to day activities along with school based education.
What to buy?
There’s a whole wide range of electronic toys and devices available in the market, that are great portable devices to teach your little ones. But deciding what to buy
BYOD or Bring your Own device refers to the policy of permitting employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smart phones) to their workplace, and to use those devices to access privileged company information and applications. The phenomenon is commonly referred to as IT consumerization. The term is also used to describe the same practice applied to students using personally owned devices in education settings.
The term BYOD was introduced in 2009 by Intel when they noticed the tendency of using own mobile devices among the employees in their corporate work.
Importance of BYOD
Due to the rapid increase of mobile devices it is assumed that within next five years the total number of devices will be around 10 billion that means 1.5 devices per head. As the personal mobile devices are integrated part of our lives, employees want to use their own devices in personal as well as corporate purpose also.
In the current economic model, when a company wants their employees to be more productive, BYOD is a useful and attractive option and will increase the productivity on a large scale
Do we give thanks to the mobile phone for blessing us with technology or we curse it because it has distanced us from our families? It has done both actually. Since the advent of 21st century the technology has also turned new and given us unimaginable things that we didn’t even think of in the 1990’s. But look now. Today, the iPhone 6, the tablets, the Smartphone, the laptops and palm tops and what not have made things so easy. We can book our movie tickets, download huge 4 hours movies and documentaries, learn hard mathematical equations, download recipes and eat delicious food and what not. Mobile has done everything that we humans are not capable to do it by our own physical hands. And what’s ironic it is us-the human brains that have invented this piece of technology. But is it is really giving us what we wished for?
For the techno freaks this is a good option. They can’t live without these precious assets for even a single minute. Look at the college and school going teens,
What you watch on your TV is your decision and so is how you watch them. The preferences vary from individual to individual, from society to society and place to place. Likewise, varies the TV signals – analog, digital cable, satellite or Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) – you use to access the broadcasted content, but there is one thing that matters a lot, and interestingly to everyone without any distinction. Guess? It’s the quality of the picture and sound that one senses. From original equipment manufacturers to marketers and salesperson, all try to do their best — develop the best TV and persuade you in the best manner, but their effort will go in vain until you opt for the right TV calibration service.
What is the real sense of TV Calibration? TV calibration, putting it simply, is the process of tweaking the video and audio settings of your machine to match the environment and your demand, and sometimes with the kind of content or program you watching on your television screen. It substantially improves its performance, accuracy and even make the
In today’s world, almost everyone has either a laptop or PC in their home. With so many Laptops and PCs around what happens when you have problems? You can call the PC repair person, but you are looking at about $150 an hour. I have even seen people junk their PCs because they thought it was just easier and cheaper buying a new one. Yes I admit sometimes the PC is beyond repair, but most of the time I find what the customer thinks is a big issue, when it really is just something small and can be fixed without having to pay 100s on a technician bill.
Getting Rid of Popups
When you are online do you get pop ups all over your webpage? If so you are like so many others. There are a few easy things you can do to get rid of pop ups.
1. First go to add and remove programs to remove unwanted programs.
This is something I fix on a lot of computers for people. When you update adobe, download an online program, download coupons, or a
Technology has changed and expanded drastically during the last five years. It pervaded into every possible niche be it business, education, real estate or any other. Smart-devices, no bigger than the palm of our hands, are standalone computer devices with which taking pictures, browsing internet, send emails and performing typical phone operations is a cinch. You may feel as if technology has finally reached its limits but is actually striding beyond imagine.
If we go back to around 20 years or so, personal computers started to land in small sizes and affordable for almost every family to buy. But that’s just the beginning and technology since then showed no sign of slowing down or decline as every device available today is tied to computing by some means.
When you compare the original size of computers with present times, it’s hard to comprehend how and why it happened but the smaller they get; more powerful and faster performance than ever. Since discussing the complete list of tech revolution in history can be considered infinite, few are worth mentioning so let’s have a closer look.
First of all, find images on Google which best reflect your desires and aspirations and place them in a folder. But keeping them just in a folder will do you no good until you visualize them in a proper manner on a daily basis. How do you go about doing that? To learn more, read on.
I would like to give you the following two beautiful digital tips for visualizing your dreams:
Creating Your Digital Dream Board
You need to create your digital dream board first. This is how you do it. Place the images in order of your priorities in a MS Word file. Put a label for each image in a text box. For example, if it’s an image for your ideal car, underneath the image, write in a text box, “My Ideal Car”.
After you have neatly put all the images along with the labels on the MS Word page, make sure to fit them all in one page. If needed, shrink the images to smaller sizes, yet clear and visible. You can do that with Paint or Microsoft Office Picture Manager
The increasing usage of smartphones has meant that most of us are using them more and more these days. We call, use internet, read news, do online shopping, book tickets, do online baking these days and use our smartphones for various other purposes. The convenience and comfort is something that has made our lives much easier and hassle free. But doing so many things puts a big strain on the batteries of our smartphones. I will list some steps that you can adopt to help your smartphone battery last longer.
Charging battery frequently: The smartphones we use have big batteries so that we do not need to charge them again and again. But a lot of people are in the habit of charging them frequently and this is something that must be avoided. By charging your battery a lot of times you are putting extra strain on the battery and this will only have a negative impact on the life and performance of the battery. It is advisable to charge your smartphone battery when it gets really low. This will keep the
Why should anyone want to spend upwards of $100 on a mechanical keyboard instead of sticking with a basic $20 model? A keyboard is a keyboard, right? Not so much, actually. My opinion changed when I finally tried out a mechanical keyboard. Suddenly, I found the keys on my rubber dome keyboard to be horribly squishy. What’s so special about mechanical keyboards? To answer that, I’ll start with a little history.
In the early days of personal computers, keyboards were large, expensive devices. They consisted of a sturdy printed circuit board mounted to a metal plate with mechanical switches of various types that provide tactile and/or audible feedback when pressed. This left you with no doubt whether or not you successfully typed a character. There was no need to pound on the keyboard and bottom out on each stroke just to guarantee the keypress registered.
These keyboards were large and heavy and cost upwards of $100. When the average personal computer cost somewhere between $2,000 – $5,000, this additional price was negligible.
However, as computers dropped in price, consumers were less willing to shell
As it is always stated, that technology has made living much more comfortable in the present scenario; instead technology has a vital role in shaping the world to make it comfortable for us human beings. It is not just a phenomenon of today but it has been a persistent phenomenon since the world exists. Technology with its consistency has not just comforted people during their daily routine but has also shaped up people’s life for their betterment. The working time of people has lessened because of the advent of technology, as in ancient times people used to work for hours and the output was less but these days people can sit back and let the machine do the same amount of work within minutes.
It has not just made people comfortable but has also made their life simpler to live. Being diverse in nature it has brought employment to ‘n’ number of people. Youth these days brainstorm their mind to think about an innovative technology which would be highly acceptable in this world, then they use their manpower to give a shape
We’ve seen some crazy gadgets over the years released by some of the world’s most valuable corporations. Some call it, “The second digital revolution”, only instead of sweaty proletariat workers, we’re talking about computer people tinkering around with gadgetry and coming up with a clever marketing slogan for it.
According to analysts, the Internet of Things are expected to generate $1.26 billion in 2016 and stating that The Internet of Things to be hitting the peak of the mountain. For those who are unaware, the internet of things is a collection of everything geeks would love. Software, programs, sensors and a whole network of computing paraphernalia to make new gadgets. Most of these are innovations and new technology supposedly made to make our lives easier.
Sounds good, right? Except that now, manufacturers are blatantly slapping WiFi and Bluetooth on every single gadget they come across, giving it a fancy name, tell the press that it’s a “modern marvel” and call it a day. I bet two engineers are high-fiving each other in some factory for every gadget they put a WiFi connection on.
The only time that you sit in front of the television at home is when you intend to spend your leisure time getting entertained by watching movies, videos, fiction programmes, news, educational information, etc. The television has been entertaining people since the time it was introduced and is continuing to do so. Television is a major part for all households where all family members whether big or small have something to gain from it. Television is connected to cable switches that allow the streaming of channels and accordingly letting us watch our favourite programmes.
We are all inclined towards the changing faces of technology and with every up gradation, we are adjusting ourselves and getting a grip of what is new. All this while we used Android as the operating system for our mobile phones by never thought that it would be readily available on the large screen of out television. Well, it did take over our thoughts and thus, there was the introduction of the Android TV box. It looked just like the standard set top boxes but had the quality to
Does culture have an impact on UX design? If you are not familiar with this topic, you may want to read on. The idea behind this topic is to explore that culture does have an impact on UX in the same way it influences other aspects of our lives. We are humans and we tend to respond to things in the light of our culture. If something goes against our cultural “terms”, we probably won’t approve it. Let’s find out more.
Introduction and background
A vast majority of UX designs, including the stakeholder involvement methods were created, developed and modified primarily in the west over the past few decades. And we know that the culture of the west is quite different from the cultures in other countries of the world. Things are quite different in Asia and other regions. The likes and dislikes of people in West and East are different. People in the East may not like something that is liked by people in west.
Many times you have to send big files and have to spend your fortune on that. Most of the people even before twig it, they hit the barrier. Generally, the mail servers limit the attachment sizes to 10MB. However, this limit is quite big for Yahoo and Gmail. They allow the sharing of maximum 20-25 MB files. Unfortunately, some files are even big than that.
The catch is that you can send a big file by using the following free services:
• Mail Big File: This quick option allows you to send 2GB files at a time. If you are confused about how to send large files, then the solution is Mail Big File. It also enables you to upload multiple files in a given time. With its drag and drop feature, you can easily share whatever files you want, irrespective of its size. Although, it has many pros and cons, yet you can definitely regard it as a superb free service to complete the job.
• Dropbox: It’s the most used cloud service where you can share the files with other users of
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the hot topic in the technology industry and we’re left to wonder why every industry insider is frenzied about it. As new as it may sound, IoT is not a newly born technology but the one that’s been here for some time. Kevin Ashton, co-founder of Auto-ID center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, conceived it in the early 2000’s. Ashton was one of the pioneers of IoT, which he developed when he was working for a P&G project that involved linking RFID information to the internet. The concept was simple yet powerful enough to storm the whole IT industry.
What is Internet of Things?
Ashton wrote an article in 1999 for the RFID journal which said:
“If we had computers that knew everything there was to know about things-using data they gathered without any help from us — we would be able to track and count everything, and greatly reduce waste, loss, and cost. We would know when things needed replacing, repairing or recalling, and whether they were fresh or past their best. We need to empower
One of the greatest things we’ve gained from our clients is the means by which critical part handles play in running your help work area at crest proficiency. When you give the help they need, and you do as such rapidly, you set your place as their go-to master for innovation administrations support.
Helping Your Help Desk
So what does the majority of this mean for the administration of your help work area? You should make certain you have an arrangement set up for ensuring this essential purpose of contact can address those approaching issues immediately.
The key to idealizing your help work desk, start with these four standards for genuine proficiency.
Everything Is A Ticket
Tickets are the guard to the majority of your most vital information, so this is by a wide margin the most essential guideline. Each occurrence and solicitation ought to be logged to catch all work performed, whether it’s huge or little, dire or schedule.
Despite whether its solicitations, occurrences, issues, occasions, or change administration, it happens in a ticket. Inner solicitations, cautions, messages, telephone calls, entry asks for… all go in a
China is on the list of fast developing countries. With a population of around 1.5 billion, China has been one of the biggest manufacturers and exporters of a wide assortment of products. The stuff you can import and purchase from China includes but is not limited to toys, clothes and electronic items. Lately, the country has tapped into the world of 3D printing. Let’s find out more about 3D printing companies in China.
The Great Alliance
Around a few years back, the leaders of the 3D printing industry got together to form an alliance to meet one common goal: to promote the new technology throughout the state. The interesting news is that many popular universities were part of this alliance. Some big names include Tsinghua University, Beijing University of Aeronautics and the United Huazhong University of Science, just to name a few.
Aside from these universities, a number of top research institutes of China were also part of the alliance. They took it to the next level by disclosing their plans in the third meeting that was held in Chengdu.
With the continuing evolution of technology, it’s not surprising how trends are constantly changing as well. A big number of companies try to create new trends or keep up and ride with the current ones as they create new tech startups that will hook the public and keep them wanting for more.
Take Flappy Bird for example. Although the application was released May of 2013, it made huge waves in 2014 and even became the most downloaded free game in the Apple App Store. It even earned $50,000 a day! After feeling guilty about it’s addictive nature, the creator of the game removed the game from application stores. But that gave opportunity for other developers to create their own application that was similar to it. So not long after that, hundreds of flappy bird-like applications were created and released in the application stores. But now it seems like the hype has died down and flappy bird will now just become another tech trend faded memory.
If you’re one of the companies that are making plans now for a new tech trend or you’re
A man was running walking to his destination and came across a mountain. He could hear the sounds of those who were chasing him. The mountain like a colossus stood defiantly in his path. All that he had was a rope and no equipment to climb the mountain. It was either climb the mountain or risk being caught. There was no other way to reach his destination. He looked at the mountain and made a decision. He placed his hand upon the rock and started his ascent up the mountain.
Some people saw the man climbing the mountain from a distance and laughed at him. The man ignored his critics and moved upon the rock. Inch by inch, he climbed the mountain. Soon his hands were sore, his feet hurting but he kept on climbing. He had no resources but his rope, his strength and his mind. Many hours later, he stood upon the summit of the mountain. He did not climb the mountain because the mountain was there. He climbed the mountain with no resources because he had no choice.