The Internet is now available to us in several more ways than just our computers on smartphones. Many of us already have smart TVs. In the near future, we can look forward to ordering what we need directly from our refrigerator, or let our cars drive us where we want to go. Obviously, this […]
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Have you ever pondered on the significance of developing a creative culture at workplace? Well, many CEOs today consider it highly significant, because they believe innovation contributes to an organization’s growth and success, which can only be achieved if the culture in an organization is creative and smooth. Few days back while […]
Will we be teleported, read other people’s minds, implant a chip instead or reading or something else in the next 5 years? The IBM annual tech predictions, suggests radical changes in security, mobility and energy that will alter our lives all by 2017. According to them, the social and market trends will result in a […]
Are you interested in science, but not sure how to get started learning more about the subject?
Some emerging scientists are put off, worried that the costs associated with the genre might become crippling. However, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of your thirst for science without having to break the bank. Here are five ways to maximize learning on the cheap.
It’s so comprehensive and large that the creators of the Internet decided to place the word “wide” in its actual name. Obvious, right !!
Internet has millions of websites with a seemingly infinite amount of web pages on each, all viewed by people around the world each day, and increasing on hourly basis.
It is a common practice in our living, to see people connected to the Internet all around you, via smart phones, laptops and desktop computers, and this is becoming more than a lifestyle…
Driven by big data, cloud computing, and bigger networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) is being touted as the next big thing in, well, every sector imaginable. Mobile devices already out number the population in the United States and they are expected to surpass the population of the world by the end of this year, with 50 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2020. According to a recent Harris/SAP survey, 90 percent of Internet-connected consumer devices will be connected to some kind of personal cloud by the end of 2013. That’s a lot of things and a lot of connections.