Each year, the writers at technology and business magazines identify those gadgets that are on the cutting-edge . These are the tech tools that can potentially change our lives. Of course, no one can predict with any certainty which gadgets may become mainstays and which could go the way of the laser disc.
I’m sure you’ve had to sit through dull PowerPoint presentations before. It seems like they go on forever and you barely retain any of the information. What a total waste of time right
Our smartphones store a lot of our private data. What will happen should you lose it? The security risk of lost smartphones Researches at Symantec recently made the “Smartphone Honey Stick Project” to check what folks do when tempted with a lost smartphone
We all know that Facebook is a popular time killer. If you want to put off reading that business report, then you can always log into Facebook
Those of us which have smartphones love them, but we understand they have one major fault. Their batteries do not last long enough.
Most of us get a lot of spam, but we don’t need to waste our time searching through it on a daily basis. By using filters, we can do a lot to regulate what gets into our inbox.
We have all experienced our computer crashing. We will be part way through an email or a report and everything will shut down. What about when your computer starts freezing or is operating at a snails pace?
Running a small business is no easy task, and you want to make sure you are doing as much as you can to really make it successful.
New technologies appear all the time, and when they do we swap our old tech with bigger and better gadgets. But what happens to the old tech?
The country’s technology leaders never stand still and they’re always improving their products.