You hear the term “nanotechnology,” and what do you think of? Sci-fi, maybe robots, something along those lines? In reality, nanotechnology is making life better for everyone
There are a variety of problems these days; Global warming, poverty, Illiteracy, debt crises, these are just a few. Google has elected to give solving these problems a try and created the “ Solve for X ” initiative.
Do your employees express their ideas to you? Do they ever have thoughts about their own jobs, or ways they think the business could be more efficient? If not, then you might be operating a workplace in which employee creativity is being squelched
Tired of social media?
Finding work these days isn’t easy. Therefore you have to put your best foot forward when interviewing
So now that you are on Twitter you’ve probably followed coworkers, clients, and friends. But you may be interested in more then what your coworker did over the weekend.
Microsoft is everywhere; their products are used the world over. And, Bill Gates, Microsoft’s chief, is among the most widely known names in the field of technology.
We’ve already had a taste of mouse-free computing. Touchscreens on our smartphones and tablets allow us to search the Internet, compose e-mail messages, send texts, and stream movies, all without having to use a mouse. So what on earth do you think this will lead us to down the road?
We use our smartphones daily, to download entertainment, make reservations, or locate the closest store. But smartphones don’t hold charge forever and making sure you have your charger as well as an open outlet can be annoying. Then you have to leave it connected for a long time to ensure it gets thoroughly charged
Windows 7 represents a substantial improvement over prior Windows operating systems. However, if you don’t know how to use this most recent version of Windows effectively, you’ll miss out on a host of goodies that’ll enable you to work more efficiently. By mastering a few simple tricks, you can get the most out of Windows 7