What will the computers of the future be like? Thinkstock What will the computers of tomorrow be like? Will we still be using keyboards and mice or will we actually live inside a partially digital world? Here’s what we think is in store for the future of computing but share with us your predictions in… Continue reading What Do You Think Computers Will Be Like In 2050?
Cloning someone’s voice is easier than ever. Researchers have been able to clone voices with as little as five seconds of recording. You have just returned home after a long day at work and are about to sit down for dinner when suddenly your phone starts buzzing. On the other end is a loved one, perhaps… Continue reading Think That’s Your Kid Calling For Money? It Could Be A Voice Deepfake
A super connected smart home is a perfect example of how the IoT is becoming part of everyday life. Many of us have dreamed of smart homes where our appliances do our bidding automatically. The alarm sounds and the coffee pot starts brewing the moment you want to start your day. Lights come on as… Continue reading How The Internet Of Things Works
Anyone who has ever been through a virus attacking their system knows all too well that it can be incredibly stressful. iStockphoto.com/Justin Horrocks Strange as it may sound, the computer virus is something of an Information Age marvel. On one hand, viruses show us how vulnerable we are — a properly engineered virus can have… Continue reading How Computer Viruses Work
The next generation in computer displays gives you a full 180-degree field of view. Learn how the Elumens display works! Computer displays have been remarkably resistant to the advances that have affected the rest of computer technology. For example, in 1982 the original IBM PC had a 16-bit processor running at 4.77 MHz. Today’s processors… Continue reading How Elumens Vision Station Works
The cloud system allowed you to store your data on the company’s server and also to access that stored data from any Internet-based device. As more and more of our lives began to be stored on a computer, tablet or phone that replaced filing cabinets, book cases, rolodexes, photo albums and CD towers, we quickly… Continue reading What Is A Virtual Hard Drive?
The logos of Google Chrome, Google and Google Maps applications are seen on a mobile phone screen in Ankara, Turkey on Feb. 18, 2020. The popular browser has been around since September 2008. In the browser game, software developers have constantly updated their products to include all the latest and greatest additions in the name… Continue reading How The Google Chrome Browser Works
Technology that helps diners waiting to be able to roam or shop and be paged when food or table is ready. People love to eat out. How many times have you gone to a restaurant and had to wait for a table? It used to be that someone would take your name and then yell… Continue reading How Restaurant Pagers Work
HowStuffWorks Now: Tired of Swiping Left? Since it was first tested on the campus of UCLA, Tinder has become incredibly popular. As we briefly explain in the video, the app pulls profiles of people in your general area and lets you flip through them quickly, swiping right if you think the person is attractive or… Continue reading Casual Dating With The Help Of Artificial Intelligence
Pinball machines have entertained arcade fans for over 60 years. See more video game system pictures. Since the first true pinball game, Humpty Dumpty, was released by Gottlieb in 1947, people the world over have had an obsession with making a little silver ball jump all over a table, hitting targets and flying up ramps… Continue reading How Pinball Machines Work