Batteries today are omnipresent today that they are invisible to us. Running in cars, digital cameras, drones, bulbs, mechanical tools, inverters, ships, trains, airplanes, windmills and even in satellites. The basic science behind the battery is chemical energy converting to electrical energy containing three main components: Anode, Cathode, and Electrolyte. The revolution in the battery over the years are through several stages of chemical combinations and implementations. Starting from Voltaic Pile to Daniell Cell, then from Lead-Acid to Nickel Cadmium battery, further evolving to Alkaline Battery, Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) and then finally to Lithium-ion battery.
Do you love using the technologies in your current life? If yes, chances are you will love them in the distant future as well. But there needs to be boundaries. What are these? Read on to find out.
You probably love your microwave to warm up your pre-cooked meals, dishwasher to clean up your dishes, washing machine to do your laundry and so on. In the outside environment you love your partly auto-driven car. At the office you are probably accustomed to your PC and laptop with the mighty reign of internet and network and digital tools to enhance your work and projects.
I’m looking at IT Managers, Head of ITs and CTOs shaking their head at the very thought of having an insourced IT guy taking up desk space and the head count budget.
This is all about SMEs, my favorite kind of companies to work with, perhaps a global presence, no more than 400 employees.
It’s Monday morning the docking station at your desk isn’t turning on, you’ve checked the power cables and everything else you can think of. So you go to the last resort, you pick up the phone and dial IT support, an internal number that quickly gets redirected out of the company to an external provider, they don’t know who you are, asking what company you work for, name, telephone number, how important are you in the company, how long can you wait without complaint? All these questions being thrown at you, they can’t fix it and have to send an engineer and oh, it’s a hardware fault which is a 12 hour SLA, someone will be in touch, come out to you hopefully today to replace the dock, sorry about that.
New products are on their way from Apple. The tech firm made it clear they have lots of items in their pipeline at their WWDC Conference this month.
First off is the company’s answer to Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home called the HomePod. It is a seven inch device that will integrate Siri into an Echo/Home like case. You can use it to check the news, weather and control your smart home devices.
HomePod will offer an enhanced music experience. A feature called “Musicologist” will work with Apple music and stream the songs you request from Siri.
These days business houses are stockpiling a huge amount of data which is often considered as the precious asset for the companies. It is surprising to know that more than 90% of the data which is available in nowadays has been generated in the last two years. In earlier days, due to the scant knowledge, the companies didn’t know how to extract the meaningful and relevant information from this stored data. But the advent of data analytics has successfully bridged the gap between the company and this unpolished data.
So, it can be concluded that the data analytics has completely changed the vision of the companies and by using the comprehensive business analytics, the companies can take the right decisions which will help them to surpass their contenders.
In the fastest growing world, so many technological changes occur day by day. New inventions and innovations are coming rapidly. We are using so many technical innovations nowadays which make our life so easy and all the work has been done with less manpower. So many companies are making latest products to make our life easy with an amalgamation of passionate employees. The technological companies transform all the things in the digital world.
So many innovative services are giving by the fastest growing industries.
If somebody has an email id, it probably is on Gmail!
The synonymous nature of Gmail has brought nearly all email users under one roof. Remember when you first created an email id? Why did you choose Gmail? Why not Yahoo or Hotmail?
The reason is simple, yet often misunderstood. The sophistication and simplicity of Gmail remains unparalleled compared to other e-mail services.
Seeing high CPU utilization? It may not be a fault with your computer.
Does your computer stutter when browsing certain websites? Does Windows Resource Monitor show high CPU utilization? Does your Mac’s Activity Monitor show your CPU being overutilized? Usually, these symptoms would indicate a computer issue that would need troubleshooting but that may no longer be the case.
Your computer could be being hijacked to mine cryptocurrency.