Recently, the University of California demonstrated a new technology that allowed test subjects to dial a cellphone using their thoughts alone. Wow, it really is the twenty first century, isn’t it? We are entering an exciting new phase in technological developments that all seem to be driven by the explosion of the mobile Internet, smartphones and tablets.
There is exciting new possibilities but they must come with questions, like “what’s the point?”
The launch of Windows 8 has unleashed a spate of phones and tablets boasting the impressive operating system. In that long list of devices is Dell’s XPS 12 Windows 8 tablet. But this is no ordinary device. It is a laptop that does an almost magic trick, spinning about the axis to become a full- fledged tablet. It’s great for people who don’t want the hassle of carrying two devices and don’t want to compromise on a two-in-one gadget. So the XPS 12 is a fully loaded laptop that becomes a fully loaded tablet.
So you got your computer sprinkled with Microsoft’s magic dust? Good! Although it is a bold move for a company that has had the reputation of taking old parts and painting it new, the ‘new’ is quite an improvement. But even a die hard Windows fan is going to experience vertigo with Windows 8’s interface.
Before you get used to your new operating system and before you get out of that love-hate relationship, here is a list of ‘things’ you can do.
In the business place there is often a requirement to host large meetings involving a large number of employees, but gone are the days when you could feasibly take half of the office on a road trip to meet a supplier or potential new customer. With the cost of fuel ever rising and the need to tighten the purse strings not changing in the near future, conference phone technologies have proven to be an ever increasingly popular solution.
So you’ve had that old land line for a long time now, and it’s time to scout around for a replacement. Just a cursory glance at what’s on offer will reveal that it’s a battle royal between the corded phone and its upstart rival, the cordless phone.
Here are five reasons why you should make the change to a cordless phone in your home.
Christmas presents are getting more and more “high-tech”. If you are also going to invest in gadgets this festive season, here’s the top five gadget list you can choose from, depending on your holiday budget.
Many businesses underestimate the power of email marketing and therefore don’t pay proper attention to the email templates they use. Their poorly customized generic email newsletters are sent out in hundreds and it’s no surprise they generate poor response rates.
There is revelation of technology from the last decade and the Bluetooth technology has developed enormously. This exposure encourages the companies to develop on Bluetooth empowered devices.
Yes, I did it! I used Windows 8 and security in the same line! Microsoft’s new brainchild sure is eye candy, but the real deal is the ‘security violin’ that the company plays. Now, before I make a monkey out of myself, I’ll get down to business and tell you a little about these improvements. Today I’ll describe on Windows 8 Security Features.
The term tethering refers to the act of connecting one device to the other device. In context of mobile phones tethering enables sharing of the internet connection. The connection of the phone is shared with other devices like laptops. The connection of the phone can be established with other devices in the following ways.