Robots CES 2020

Robots CES 2020

 

JAN 7-10, 2020, LAS VEGAS, NV. CES 2020 Is the Global Stage for Innovation. CES is a trade-only event for individuals 18 years of age or above and for the consumer technology industry. CES is the largest and most influential technology event on the planet. Every major and emerging industry is rep...

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How to speed up your Mac

 

Yes most of this weeks press is around the new MacBook Pro built on groundbreaking ideas. It's faster and more powerful than before, yet remarkably thinner and lighter. It has the brightest, most colorful Mac notebook display ever. And it introduces the Touch Bar — a Multi-Touch enabled str...

Innovations in the retail sector

Innovations in the retail sector

 

The race to get men into space was once the principal driving factor behind the science and technology of the east and the west. Thankfully, the moon has been conquered, the USA and Russia collaborate on space station missions, and since the late 1980s the Cold War has been experiencing – f...

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Phone design innovations

 

Here are some of the ideas currently being mooted for future phone design. Whether or not they ever become reality, they are still well worth taking a look at. If they ever do become available on the shelf, remember where you first read about them!EarphonesMobile phones are getting more compact a...

Robot technology advances on the inside

Robot technology – advances on the inside

 

While robots continue to be developed in terms of their appearance, growing ever more compact, the real advances are being made ‘under the bonnet'. The major technological breakthroughs in recent years have been down to innovations in telecommunication, electronic devices, computing and, of...

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Technology and football

 

Football has been the most universally appreciated spectator sport on the planet for some time, with World Cup finals commanding audiences of billions. So naturally, when it comes to attempting to put together a winning team, coaches and managers will go to various lengths. Utilising technology i...

Television for the future

Television for the future

 

The television at the corner of your living room, or attached to the wall of your bedroom, is a common feature in virtually everyone's home. Viewers in the Far East are just as enthusiastic about their ubiquitous TV sets as consumers anywhere else in the globe. But what sort of televisions will v...

The future of mobile phones

The future of mobile phones

 

Mobile phones have come a long way. You only have to look at archive footage from the 1980s to see business people catching up on news while holding massive, unwieldy, brick-sized objects. Phones have become steadily more compact, sleeker in design and easier to pop inside a pocket or in a handba...

industrial robots

The importance of industrial robots

 

The world is becoming increasingly focused on ecological matters. The global marketplace is all about the better utilization of existing resources. Foremost amongst this is lowering energy consumption. All of these considerations are having an impact on how industrial robots are employed. Ec...

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The most innovative countries

 

Several interesting facts were thrown up by the Global Innovation Index published during 2013 – issues that look likely to continue into this year. The nation that was right the world's most innovative was Switzerland (for the second year running), followed by Sweden. The United Kingdom cla...

Voyager spacecraft

Voyager - a mission to deep space

 

Voyager 1, NASA's deep space probe, is humankind's most distant object. Last year it achieved the milestone of departing Earth's solar system and entering interstellar space – the unimaginable vacuum between our son and the next nearest stars. Voyager - a mission to deep space Voyager ...

space elevators

Where are space elevators coming

 

The prospect of devices that would enable passengers to be disassembled into atoms, transmitted through space, and then reassembled at the other end, has often been broached in science fiction. Think of all those classic Star Trek episodes, where Captain Kirk, requiring to escape the clutches of ...

Using Cloud Technology

Using Cloud Technology

 

Cloud technology is well worth adopting to boost your business. It eliminates costly physical storage space for your data, frees up your document movement and allows you keep all your interested parties in the data loop with no delays. It also allows you to stay flexible, supporting a more m...

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Bill Gates quotes about tech business

 

For anybody that wants to know about how technology can be turned into business and how technology can power business, there is one man you simply have to listen too: Bill Gates. The chairman of Microsoft not only redefined technology in his incredible career but also did more to bring hardware a...

How does 3D printing work

How does 3D printing work

 

The dominant story of this year's technology headlines has, undoubtedly, been the rise of 3D printing to the public conscience. From the speeches of Barack Obama to the rantings of the web's least popular tech blogs, everybody has been talking about it. Yet, for many, many people, the question of...

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How to stay secure when online

 

Whether you run a large business or are a personal user, securing your hardware and online platforms should be a huge priority. In an age where access to somebody's online profile could lead to major identity theft, it is of paramount performance that you take this issue seriously. Here are a few...

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New business tech

 

Find out what you needThe first step when you open up a new company and start sourcing technology is to find out what you need. Simple, right? Not always. Technology changes rapidly and the needs of your company can change not just week to week but day to day. Get more than one expert opinion on ...

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Surprising facts about technology

 

  If you feel your eyes getting heavy next time you are staring at the computer monitor then that's because they are being put under more than twice the strain as usual. You blink roughly 7 times a minute while working on a laptop, PC or tablet, while the normal rate is 20 blinks per minute...

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