Wearable technology is coming, whether businesses like it or not. However, along with the benefits it brings, there are concerns. There are safety, security, and legal ramifications.
Four of the most cutting-edge technologies today include 3D printers, self-driving cars, virtual reality systems, and artificial intelligence. These technologies are currently being implemented into our everyday lives in a number of ways. As such, they have the potential to profoundly change the world over the next decade. This article discusses the current state of these technologies as well as how they will change the way we live our everyday lives in the future.
You know about the native Windows applications like Notepad, Task Manager, etc. These applications have been there in Microsoft Windows operating system since its earliest versions. They have not been altered or developed much either. In this article, you will find some perfect replacements for these native Windows programs. These advanced programs are feature rich and better suited for power users.
In a world where technology is constantly moving forward at an alarming rate, it sometimes seems odd when people are still using things like typewriters, fax machines, dial-up Internet, and landline phones. However, while many of these old technologies are becoming increasingly relegated to small niches, they continue to play an important role behind the scenes of modern society. This article takes a look at ten such technologies.
Businesses around the world are using Intranets to manage documents, increase efficiency, and improve communication. But many people are still confused about exactly what an Intranet is and how it differs from the Internet. In this article, I won’t bore you with a detailed comparison of both. We all already understand what the Internet is and what it does. Instead, I will concentrate on differences that will clarify what an Intranet is and why it is useful in workplaces.
3D printing promises some great things in the future, but there may be some perils along the way. This article takes a look at some of the potential benefits and dangers of 3D printing technology – both now and in the years to come.