Virtual reality has been around for decades, but its recent foray and progress into more mainstream industries could make the adoption more widespread. With heavy hitters like Facebook and Google now using it for entertainment with over 2.5 million headsets sold in the past year alone, and Playstation launching its own, this space is getting crowded, but looking to be more exciting as time progresses. That said, VR will start to shift many industries.
1. The Walking Dead - You may play alone, however that doesn't mean you have to go up against the zombie swarms without anyone else's input. The Walking Dead gives you a large group of non-player characters to cooperate with, albeit some are more accommodating than others.
The fast-paced enterprise and corporate world is playing an essential role to make innovation a necessary part of the mobile app development.
Handsets are playing a very effective role in every aspect of life in the modern days. There is an increasing demand for more advanced and technologically packed smartphones. To satisfy this demand, the companies are focusing on more sophisticated mobile technology and development of competitive apps that are more in the power to meet consumers’ needs and ever changing trends.
When we think of drones, we think of flying death machines delivering bombs to unsuspecting victims below. Actually, drone technology is moving away from the warzones and is rapidly commercializing. Drones are now popular as fun gadgets to take aerial photographs. Also, companies like Amazon are looking for ways to get drones to make deliveries even. There are consumer versions of drones that anyone with the money can buy. If you want to get your hands on a cool drone, here are several tips:
Social media has become an integral part of our everyday lives. We can’t go a day without them it seems, from waking up in the morning and casually browsing your Facebook news feed, to uploading your holiday snaps on Instagram, or tweeting about your thoughts on the latest government elections. Each day comes with a certain amount of social media play.
The customer is always right in business, and we’re sure you have already learned that by now. However, sometimes this is unfair because they expect things that you can not possibly guarantee. But you must still try to live up to their expectations. Otherwise, they will leave your company in search of a competitor that can meet their requirements. Customers are particularly unfair about deliveries. Here are some of the things that they do expect and how to achieve them.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging field that has a vast number of applications in a broad range of disciplines. One field that is being immensely benefited by the emergence of this innovative technology is automation and control. The expanding range of IoT technologies has been very effectively leveraged to solve problems, increase efficiency and improve operations in this field. But why is IoT so well suited for automation and control?
A hacking group known as ‘Hacking Team’ posted a detailed overview of how a specific Italian firm was hacked into, on a public forum. Reading the hacking details was a fascinating analysis on its own, but the autopsy of the targeted attack is a definite must for every organisation that manages data security or supports a security policy in place.
Gaming technology has come on leaps and bounds over the last few decades. Technological advancement is at an all-time high in the industry and, to the excitement of gamers around the world, these new technologies are being incorporated into a wide range of different games and consoles.
Netflix is seemingly taking over the world – and rightfully so - as it offers various shows and different amounts of channels depending on where in the world you are based. For example, the US Netflix offers the highest number of shows, followed by the UK which gets one less than its counterparts across the pond. German Netflix in comparison, has far fewer programmes than the UK and US.
Do you remember what the world looked like before the Internet? If you can cast your mind back, you might be shocked to see how much the world has changed since then. But, in actual fact, you don’t need to cast your mind that far back to notice big changes. All you need to do is go back to 2006. Things seem to have changed in a big way since then, don’t they? And it’s all down to the power of the Internet.
In today’s technology-focused world, data hacking is becoming an incredibly common problem. If US presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, and computer giant, Yahoo, can be hacked, then surely the rest of us are at risk?
It’s hard to believe it but the slots we all enjoy today had their origins more than a century ago when people first discovered the thrill of popping a coin in to a machine, pulling the handle and hoping for the princely jackpot of 50 cents – admitted worth rather more then than it is today.
Society as a whole has progressed at an extremely fast rate in the last 100 years. So much so that we've actually made more progress in science and technology in the last 10 years alone. From raising life expectancy and reducing infant mortality, to improving literacy rates and information access, to also decreasing the percentage worldwide in extreme poverty, the world does indeed look like it is getting to a better place.
For the last few decades, educational process has become more technological and automated. When information technologies have become a significant part of every sphere of people’s activity, no one can deal without knowledge in modern tools needed for projects and ideas’ presentation, advancement, promotion, etc.