Imagine a world where everything in our lives is connected to the internet and each other, not only smartphones and computers, but everything: clocks, speakers, lights, door bells, cameras, windows, window blinds, windows, thermostats, water system, utensils-anything you could think of. A world where all of these devices can be in constant communication and controlled by users remotely via voice command or the simple push of a button. And what if those devices could all communicate, send you information, and take your commands? It’s not science fiction; it’s the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s a key component of home automation and smart homes.
As mobile phone users, all we want is enough battery life to last the day. Frustratingly, Batteries do not enjoy eternal life. Most smartphone manufacturers say their devices rate their batteries at 300-500 cycles. Apple claims that its laptop batteries reach 80 percent of their original capacity after 1,000 charges.In fact, the amount of battery life our mobiles have on any given day depends on two key factors: how we use them on that particular day, and how we used them in the past.
We’re now more than halfway through 2018 but the scale of some of the data breaches that have already been reported is staggering. This year has seen more third-party services being breached and customer data stolen from multiple companies in one go.
We’ll only be looking at the bigger ones, and some may not have happened this year – its common for cyber security incidents not to be disclosed for months, or even years.
Even if you’re not sending sensitive data like personal info and passwords to an HTTP site, it’s still possible for outside observers to look at aggregate browsing data of the users and “deanonymize” their identities by analyzing behavior patterns.
“When [women] have been written out of the history, [girls] don’t have great role models. But when you learn about the women who programmed ENIAC or Grace Hopper or Ada Lovelace … it happened to my daughter. She read about all these people when she was in high school, and she became a math and computer science geek.”
No doubt, the internet can do a lot of great things for us, as a result our lives have become totally dependent on it. What happens when you’re binge watching your favourite TV show on Netflix and Wi-Fi slows down and comes to a grinding halt. In the worst case scenario its 1:00 a.m. and next day is the deadline to submit your term paper or an assignment and Wi-Fi speed can’t get any worse. Believe me Slow Wi-Fi signal can leave even the calmest person ready to throw their router out the window.
Well, here is a little help to speed up your Wi-Fi.
2017 has witnessed a number of ingenious technologies emerge and become the topics of discussion around boardroom tables all over the world. We kept hearing terms like Artificial Intelligence, cloud, NLP and blockchain in 2017. Considering all this, questions emerge – will 2018 be an exciting year? Yes—ish. The truth is, we’re right in the midst of a revolution. Sounds exhilarating, right? .So, what are the top three technology trends we’ll be witnessing in this year? Here’s the answer