Today technology has been used world wide to achieve the unexpected with the help of computers. Computer technology helps us in getting things done the easy way and making us feel good. What was not achievable few years back is now done with the lick of the mouse.
But technology if used as a boon can make dreams come true like the making of Avatar and can be a curse if used for destruction of humans and other living organisms. Technology can help make the world a better living space with so much to offer if used in an appropriate manner. Let the boon of technology help us achieve what we want and not do things that we might curse after it is done.
We see the world as techno savvy 25 years from now on where things no one has imagined will happen with the help of this technology and help the cause of green earth and make it a reality with this technology. So let us all come together and make sure that this technology is used not to destruct but to create marvels everyone on this earth will remember for ever and make a mark in millions of people all across the globe.
I have this vision of how the earth will be with the upcoming technologies and may this vision come true so that our children may thank us for whatever we have done for them with this technology and take it forward from there. All said and done technology is and will be our FUTURE.
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The gaming industry is a huge multi-billion-dollar a year sector of the world economy. There are makers of gaming consoles, designers of games, retail outlets, and so many new innovations in technology happening so fast that it’s impossible to keep up with it all.
There is a lot of media coverage of the different players in the gaming industry. That’s not surprising, since there are so many devoted fans of the different consoles, and so many gaming fanatics who enjoy playing new games and updated versions of older games.
It’s real easy to start digging into the Internet sources of gaming industry news. For starters, you can search in any search engine for “gaming news” or similar search term. The trouble with that approach is that you get so many results in the list that is returned, that it’s very time-consuming to look at more than a few sites that way.
Following is a short list of five websites where you can get started digging into gaming news, perhaps with a site that suits your style or special interests.
Gametab lists the recent news articles from a wide range of gaming news websites. Categories are the different websites themselves. You can find lists of latest releases and latest news, reviews by platform, and you can participate in their forums.
N4G is a nice source of diverse news from various sources, categorized neatly so you can easily zero in on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, or other console or platform. They also have categories for industry news, dev news, tech, and week’s hottest news.
Joystiq is a site that serves up news in the style of a blog, so it has a more relaxed and personal feel than some of the other news sites. The focus is mainly on games themselves, and the postings are categorized in a fairly usable form via a platform-specific menu.
1up covers news and gossip, and is constantly updated. The focus on mainly on gaming company related news. However, you can also find a wide range of video game reviews and previews on their site. One way to keep up with upcoming games is to check their “Launch Centers” section. And a Cheats section may be of interest to those who want to find some game shortcuts.
Gamesarefun (or GAF) is a news site that does not provide updates as often as some of the others. However, an interesting feature is a video game database. This isn’t a complete listing of all games ever made, but it sure can help you find some details on a game that you have been wondering about for awhile. GAF also has a cheats section and forums that you can browse.
Well that’s the short list. There are definitely a lot more gaming news sites out there, and they are easy to find using the method described above. So dig into these sites for your “gaming news fix” and have fun reading.
Technology titan and Apple competitor Samsung has announced that they are set to unveil another addition to their latest technology gadgets. It has been a long wait, but the Samsung Galaxy S2 will have its successor in the new Samsung Galaxy S3.
Samsung smartphones have become a real success with the help of their mobile operating system, Android. With that, the Samsung Galaxy S2 was a real success to consumers who have it (I have one as well). But come 3rd of May, as what the press invitations have stated, Samsung will have a better surprise to everyone. So don’t get shocked if they announce and unveil the new Galaxy S3.
On May 3, Samsung’s latest technology gadgets will be unveiled.
No one can definitely tell the exact specifications, or the exact hardware look of the new Galaxy. But a few hopefuls would want the latest smartphone to be smaller than the Galaxy S2. Compared to its close rival iPhone, the Samsung Galaxy S2 is relatively bigger, and even compared to most smartphones in the market! With that, everyone wants it to be more convenient and conventional by making the successor’s size smaller.
Just like any other tech rumors, there are a lot of websites who has posted some hardware specs that the Galaxy S3 would or might have. GSMArena is just one of those many sites that we were referring to. According to the website, the new smartphone will make use of the latest 4G network, and its dimensions are 131.3 x 63.7 x 8 mm. It will have full touch screen capability, with 720 x 1280 pixels on a 4.7 inch size screen.
The phone’s memory is also quite a treat, with a card slot that supports up to 32GB and internal storage of either 16 or 32 GB. It will also house a 1 GB of RAM. The Android OS v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) will be used on the Galaxy S3, and a Exynos chipset. It will have a Quad core 1.5 GHz of central processing unit.
Data transfers available for this smartphone are GPRS, EDGE, WiFi capable, Bluetooth, NFC, and USB.
The back camera will be a 12 mega pixel cam, with 4000 x 3000 pixels. Added camera features are autofocus and LED flash.
Well, these are the rumored features that we found on GSMArena. We can never tell if these are the exact specs that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be having. But come May 3, every question about this new and exciting smart phone will be answered.
One of the new technology gadgets anticipations is the Apple iPhone 5 which is rumored to have face recognition and a 64 GB memory. This is a cool phone which is expected to be more user-friendly while maximizing the level of security. Sure it was rumoured to appear in the last few months, in line with normal one-year space between new launches, but Apple is not in a hurry to get it to market as the iPhone 4 is doing just fine in sales. But now new rumours are pointing towards a late 2011 official release.
The iPhone 5 is said to support video chatting, GPS navigation and as usual it will allow users to sync it with their iTunes the same as other tech gadgets. The screen will be scratch protected and which is more, users will be able to watch local television channels. This might even give way for users being able to subscribe to cable channels if any service for iPhone is available. This will be one of the best gadgets so far, never mind the best smartphone.
One of the features of the new iPhone is its PICO projector (rumoured) which will allow presentations to be projected on to a flat surface or a wall. This is good for people who buy movies and cannot carry their humongous television. They can just play their favorite movie and projected on to the wall for better sharing. The projector is useful for school projects or for business meetings. Plus why get a large Plasma TV when you can use that projector to turn each wall into a small cinema. Don’t expect stellar performance, but at night you can get decent images out of the iPhone 5.
It is certain that the newest iPhone will run on iOS 5 which has been an update on the old operating system of Apple. This is also the first iOS version supporting the new iCloud service that keeps all your data in sync with Apple’s own servers. And the basic service is free, but you’ll have to purchase more space if you have more than 5GB of files. This is the same as other latest gizmos of Apple such as the iPad.
There is no way to avoid it, technology has taken a front seat in just about every humans life rather they like it or not. The top technology blogs on the internet give the everyday Joe a way to stay in touch with the newest technology trends and helps them see what is coming next for their favorite types of tech and more importantly their favorite tech gadgets. These blogs can really help you make smart buying decisions too. When you know where the trends are going to be going it is much easier to buy the products or services that will be here and just as relevant for years to come. Because technology and the surrounding services, products and businesses change so fast, it really is hard to predict what will be next.
The popularity of the tech blog has grown because this is the medium that most technology fans prefer. Instead of needing to wait for the late night news, you can be automatically updated by using RSS feeds or simply keeping your favorite tech blog open in a web browser window. If a new story breaks the internet offers an instant delivery system that lets bloggers from all over the planet to connect with their readers in a matter of seconds. This instant delivery really works in an up and coming generation that does not even know what “delayed gratification” means and as for the news publisher’s this offers a perfect way to get the word out faster than ever before.
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First Computer Invented:
Most people when they think of first computer invented they think Bill Gates. This, however, is not true, for the computer was invented long before Bill Gates was around. Bill Gates only revolutionized the computer, buy creating a more compact and useful form of the computer and making it available to everyone with a job.
There are many people out there who would say that the first “computer” was the abacus, invented in Asia about 5000 years ago. I however, wouldn’t.
The first of the “modern” computers was invented during World War II, in 1941 by a German engineer named Konrad Zuse. Its name was the Z3 and it was used to help design German airplanes and missile’s. Then in 1943, the Allied forces developed a computer called Colossus. It helped decode German messages.
The Mark I, designed by Howard H. Aiken, an engineer working with Harvard and IBM. The Mark I was positively huge, taking up half of a football field. It was useful though and it helped to create ballistic charts for the US Navy during the war.
Shortly after this, came the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC), developed by John Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly, working with the government and the University of Pennsylvania. ENIAC was about 1000 times faster than The Mark I but no smarter.
The Use of transistors, ment computers that could store memory and even run programs. Soon after computer languages were invented so that people could change the programs run by the computer. Finally computer research brought us smaller, more useful computers, and eventually the kinds of computers that we have today.
First Laptops Invented:
Although it is a little hard to determine what the first portable or laptop computer was, and when it was invented, we can however say that there is more than one claim to laptop fame. There was even signs of laptops dating back as early as 1979. Designed by a Briton, William Moggridge, for use by NASA in early 1980’s. IT was one fifth the weight of any model equivalent in performance and was a 340K byte bubble memory lap-top computer with die-cast magnesium case and folding electroluminescent graphics display screen.
Since then notebook PC’s released in 1981 lay clam to being the first. It was the Epson HX-20, a battery powered portable computer, with a 20-character by 4 line LCD display and a built-in printer that started the new widespread desire for these laptop computers.
In January of 1982, Microsoft’s Kazuhiko Nishi and Bill Gates begin discussions on designing a portable computer, based on using a new liquid crystal display or LCD screen. LCD technology in 1982? Yeah that’s right! Believe it or not we had the technology to make the LCD tvs and monitors that you’ve seen only recently over 22 years ago. But that’s another story in itself.
First PDAs Invented:
First of all PDA stands for personal digital assistants in case you didn’t already know. In 1993, Apple Computer Inc. released the very first PDA(personal digital assistants) “The Newton®”. For the next three years, PDA sales dwindled, and were almost off the charts. Then, in March 1996, Palm(TM), Inc. delivered the industry’s first truly compelling handheld computer, the PalmPilot. Today there are to many PDA companies and products to even bother mentioning.
Some Things You Can Do On A PDA:
Get a Wireless Connection
Surf the Web
Play Music and Video Files
Watch movies Using PocketTV
Play a Game
Use Your Pocket PC as a backup device
Update Office Documents
Download and read E-books
Listen to Audio Books
Connect to Windows servers using Terminal Services
Use Messenger Tools
Change the theme of your Pocket PC
Project the Pocket PC screen onto your desktop
Do Your Taxes
Some PDA Software:
Medical/Drug Resources PDA Software
Medical Calculators PDA Software
Learning Tools PDA Software
Patient Tracking PDA Software
Document Readers PDA Software
Medical Equipment PDA Software
Databases PDA Software
Printing PDA Software
News and Information PDA Services
Street Finders and Maps PDA Software
Bible Study PDA Software
Voice Command PDA Software
Language Translator PDA Software
Tax PDA Software
Home Entertainment Technology:
Home Entertainment really is just a collaboration of all our entertainment technologies into a package that surely will not disappoint us. Home entertainment systems have many different parts that together give us the feeling of being at the movies.
LCD Panel TV
DLP Rear Projection TV
Surround Sound Audio Systems
DVD / CD / VCR Players
Accessories and Furniture
Media Center HTPCs
First Television Invented:
The first signs of a tele date back to the 1862 when Abbe Giovanna Caselli invents his “pantelegraph” and becomes the first person to transmit a still image over wires. In 1900, at the World’s Fair in Paris, the 1st International Congress of Electricity was held, where Russian, Constantin Perskyi made the first known use of the word “television.” In 1930 Charles Jenkins broadcasts the first TV commercial. The BBC begins regular TV transmissions.
Then throughout the years the inventions came one after another. In 1950 the FCC approves the first color television standard which is replaced by a second in 1953. Vladimir Zworykin developed a better camera tube – the Vidicon. In 1956 Robert Adler invents the first practical remote control. In 1973 giant screen projection TVs are first marketed. Followed by Sonys release of the first home video cassette recorder in 1976.By time 1996 came around there was a billion TV sets world-wide.
First DVD/Player Invented:
We can only assume the transition over from cd’s and cd players over to dvds and dvd players wasn’t that hard. The technology was already there for them. So the dvd player was surely invented before or right after the dvd was invented. DVDs are the work of many companies and many people. The DVD evolved from CD and related technologies. Companies such as Sony, Philips, Toshiba, Matsushita, Time Warner, and others announced the new “high density” dvd in September of 1995.
Much has been written and said of late regarding Baby Boomers. Naturally, as one myself, I take notice as many of us have. A couple of themes seem to be repeated when we talk about boomers; technology and health. It is well known that boomers are well adapted to today’s technology; indeed having invented quite a lot of it. Also boomers are quite concerned about their health especially as we age. One area in particular where health and technology have converged is brain health.
It is widely believed that to maintain mental abilities and sharpness as we age is through keeping the brain active. Like the rest of our body, remaining mentally active as we age is a means to a hopefully healthier old age. Exercising our gray matter is every bit as important as exercising our major muscle groups and good nutrition.
While we can remain mentally healthy by reading or playing challenging games like chess or bridge; another alternative based on recent neural science research and exploiting the internet has emerged. I am referring to the emergence of services such as Lumosity and Posit Science amongst others. I became a user of one of them last autumn after seeing some TV ads they were running in Canada. I signed up for a trial and then decided to sign up for a subscription. These services are all basically about the same and cost pretty much the same for an annual subscription of about $60.
These services provide individuals a fun way to remain mentally sharp. Basically they provide online games which exercise several mental areas such as speed, attention, flexibility, problem solving, and memory in the case of Lumosity. You are encouraged to play a set of games lasting about 20 minutes each day and scores are kept for each category and also overall. Your history is available so that you can chart your progress and compare yourself to your peer group.
While I found the games a bit childish at first with their cute cartoon graphics and old fashioned pin ball machine sounds; I soon realized that these were more challenging than they first appeared because as you become more proficient in one game the level of difficulty increases. Most of the services have about 40 games available covering the five areas of measurement. So you remain constantly challenged and motivated to improve your scores and your ranking within your peer segment. The system also periodically adjusts your training sessions in order to concentrate on your areas of weakness while maintaining your better areas.
I am using my service 5 to 6 times a week since I began and I have improved my scores in the measured areas of speed, flexibility, memory, problem solving, and attention and I am now ranking in the 85th percentile for my age group 55 to 59. When I started in October my initial blended score was about 1/3 of where it is now. So as you use the system and the level of difficulty rises so should your score.
But it’s not the scores that are important. They just feed one’s ego. But they do act as a source of motivation. What is important is that you challenge yourself mentally and as you succeed you will notice you feel sharper overall. Like it has been said; use it or lose it. Like the body the same holds true for the brain. Perhaps keeping ourselves challenged mentally will help us out as we age and hopefully ward off for as long as possible any serious decline in our mental abilities or ward off Alzheimer disease.
In conclusion; I recommend remaining active on all fronts including the brain. Solving crosswords, soduko, chess, and bridge now have a viable alternative provided by science and presented to us through internet based services such as Lumosity, Posit, Fit Brains amongst others.
I caught my self just sitting back thinking about computers and computer technology. It was a whimsical thought really.
Noting too deep or fancy. I was just considering how far we’ve come and how quickly.
It is common knowledge that in the 1950’s, a computer that would fill a Wal-Mart store had nothing on the computational power and storage capacities of the modern smart phone.
At that time, the internet just got started and the web wasn’t even a dream. I can remember a television news broadcast from 1980 of the newly invented computer networking. It took several hours and hundreds of dollars to transmit a newspaper from one computer to another. This was 1980 mind you. A mere 30 years ago.
Only 20 years ago, the internet was really starting to take root. At least among geeks. And it looked like DOS (Remember DOS?).
As little as 10 years ago was well before Twitter and Facebook and YouTube. That was when Google got its start. And Bill Gates called the internet a “passing fad”. Right. Good call, Bill.
Although the internet still isn’t replacing the desktop for App hosting and file hosting, it is running web pages with App like effects and speeds. And there are how many files being hosted online as backups?
Indeed, much more traffic is on the smart device internet than on the browse-able web.
Think Xbox Live. Think Smartphone texting. Or Netflix streaming. While some components of some of these may be accessed by a web browser, the majority aren’t.
Now we’re looking at the possibility of a web 2.0 being much faster and more reliable. Not to mention the interface moving into multi-touch and even brain wave activated.
We’ve come a long way in 60, 30, 20, and 10 years. I’m personally looking forward to the next of each.
If you want to survive in this cutthroat competition in the market, you should stay updated. Especially, when you are in the field of technology, every single hour, there is one of the other update on gadgets or operating systems i.e. software. While it is difficult to keep your eyes on various sources, the best way to stay updated is to subscribe to blogs that cover tha latest information on technology.
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