Li-Fi – the future of Wireless Data Transmission

Harold Haas, a professor from the University of Edinburgh invented a super-fast alternative to Wi-Fi which uses light rays to transmit data. He named it Li-Fi which is basically an optical wireless network communication system. According to Haas, the future of the lightbulb is far brighter than what it may seem.

Every LED lightbulb could be used in the future to transmit data at an incredibly fast speed. “All we need to do is fit a small microchip to every potential ...

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Top 5 Robotic Vacuums

No matter how much you try to avoid housework, there is no way around it. Apart from the regular cleaning that you do, your house often requires deep cleaning as well. With most of your time being spent in completing these chores, many of us end up with little time to ourselves. Investing in a robot vacuum can get you some free time. While these helpful droids may not be able to replace your usual vacuum cleaner or mop, it ...

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How to Download YouTube Videos

When we think of downloading videos, the first thing that we must consider is whether it is legal or not. Copyrights are a subject that are very important and should be given some consideration when you choose to download videos. According to the terms of services of YouTube, you should not be downloading any video till the time the content does not specifically show a download option. Google ends up losing money when you watch YouTube videos offline. The company ...

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5 Tips to Protect Yourself against Hackers

If it is a hardware or a software, it is hackable. This is the first thing that you must remember. A lot of them can be difficult to hack, but that does not mean that it cannot be hacked. A real hacker who really wants your information will get it. While some may not portray a lot of threat, there are nefarious hackers who could access your personal information and misuse a lot of your personal data.

While some hackers are ...

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Gimp – the Best Open Source Image Editing Tool (for Free)

Gimp, short for GNU Image Manipulation Program is an open-source image editing tool that has been around since 1990s. The application has evolved in time alongside the computer and is now one of the most powerful image editing applications available for free. GIMP is available for Windows, Mac as well as Linux users. Its latest version, Gimp 2.8, is an effective alternative for Photoshop. While Photoshop has its own charm, GIMP is available for free and accepts all plugins and ...

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HDD and SSD – How to Pick the Right One for You

HDD and SSD – How to Pick the Right One for You

You’ve embraced the way technology works and you like to work with machines that are fast and reliable. When it comes to your laptop, you are now thinking which storage option will make more sense. Is an SSD better than the HDD? Or is it the other way around? How to make the right choice when it comes to your computer? Your needs are the best way to find ...

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DuckDuckGo and Google – A Close Comparison

Thanks to search engines, sitting in the comfort of your home, without budging much, you can access the huge world of information. Search engines have rendered encyclopedias obsolete and dictionaries can gather dust as the internet brings to us any information that we need. Google is undoubtedly one of the most used search engines. Many devices have Google as the default search engine. In fact Google search is the most common way to look for information. DuckDuckGo is a search ...

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Google Pixel C – Brilliance Personified

When tablets were introduced, the markets saw an overwhelming rise in the demand for the device. Every phone manufacturer took to the production of tablets and many people anticipated that tablets would soon replace laptops. Now that tablets have been in the market for quite some time, the laptops are yet to lose their importance and tablets have their own set of fans. Google Pixel C has made its entrance at a time when the tablets are gradually transitioning into ...

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Tensorflow – Google Brain Open Sourced

Artificial intelligence takes the highway to technological advancements as Google makes TensorFlow open source. TensorFlow was used by Google in many of the features and Google products. Some examples are Google Photos which return results to you by recognizing a place or objects in a photograph. Google’s voice recognition app and Google translate are other products that use TensorFlow.

How does it Work?

TensorFlow is an advanced version of DistBelief which was created by Google in 2011. DisBelief used machine learning to ...

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10 Websites with the Best Stock Image Repositories

Photography is fundamental to web design. Hiring a photographer to work towards the beautification of your website can increase the costs. Alternatively, stock images have emerged as a savior for those who do not want to invest in a photographer. The good news is that there have been many websites that now offer stock images and many of them are free. Some of the best websites that offer beautiful stock photography are:

  1. Pixabay

Pixabay releases photos and videos under the ...

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