In spite of the obvious and undeniable progress of evolution, a man lives by his needs and instincts. If his requirements are met, a person is experiencing encouraging emotions and acquires some life energy. This is a natural response to a positive stimulus. Naturally, the needs are divided into inferior and superior ones. The internet is so firmly inserted into our lives that have eventually become a necessity, and often is listed as a superior one. On an equal basis with face-to-face communication, receiving information through reading books and newspapers, magazines, television viewing, staying online satisfies the human need for socialization. Thanks to the Internet and its wide spread people are now permanently free of the fear of loneliness. Internet is a source of positive emotions, and as a consequence, it provides us with life energy. This motivates a person to use the Internet further, again and again.
Just when the controversy over Microsoft’s update to the Xbox 360 couldn’t possibly get any juicer, it did.
A few days ago, Microsoft retracted two of their more upsetting features for the Xbox One – that of a required always-on connection and the inability to play any used games. In a statement by Don Mattrick, an Xbox executive, the company reversed the decision that insisted on DRM policy for used and shared games and that the 24 hour online requirement was nixed, meaning players can take their Xbox One anywhere.
You might not have noticed it, but a few weeks ago the largest online attack that has ever happened took place. It was so severe that it slowed down the whole of the internet for a while,
The Spamhaus Project is one of the internet’s front line assaults on spam email. The organization tracks spam service providers and spam senders across the internet and it supplies networks with spam protection in the real time. It also works with various international law enforcement agencies in order to track down spammers.
If you are looking for the secret to find the very best graduate jobs in IT, you might be disappointed to know that there is no one set way to get your first step on the IT career ladder. If you have graduated from an IT-related degree it’s likely that you already have the IT skills necessary, but in fact it takes more than stellar IT skills to secure a brilliant job within the IT sector.
Learning computer skills on your degree course is one thing, but many employers are looking for experience in applying the practical skills you have learned – because theory and practice can be two very different things. So how do you go about finding the work experience that will help you to secure one of those elusive graduate IT jobs?
In 1953, engineers in IBM’s California-based laboratory invented the very first hard drive. Since that first disk drive, technological advances have been made at an astonishing rate, with data capacity increasing and size and price decreasing exponentially, year on year. 60 years on, the hard drives of today are unrecognizable from the first models, which took up an entire room. Hard drives today are measured in terms of gigabytes and terabytes, rather than megabytes-an amount of data that would have been almost unimaginable in the early history of computers. Here we take a look back at the evolution of the hard drive as it grew from 5MB to 4TB.
If you didn’t know Google tracks everything that we do. If you have a Google account then they are tracking all of the websites you go to, what you search and much more. Because of this they can serve us ads that cater to our interests. I’m sure you’ve seen those in your search results or even in Gmail. So how much does Google really know about you? This Infographic will get you the details.
If you own a business, then there is a chance that you will be looking for a way in which you can share your files so that people can work remotely. This type of working is becoming more and more popular in the modern world, with companies realizing that they don’t really have any need to pay to run an office when their employees could do exactly the same work from the comfort of their own home. This would save money for the company, and would also mean that the employee could cut down on the amount of time that they spent travelling to and from the office, as well as removing travel expenses. Here, we will explore more about just some of the benefits of Google Apps.
From traditional browsing to apps, a lot has changed on the mobile web in recent years. People have become less dependent upon their mobile phone’s native browser, though they still tend to use it for quick web access. Apps have become a leader in accessibility because of their small-screen compatibility, and many other changes have become evident, too. People now have the ability to access their favorite websites via apps and it has never been easier to update social profiles. Find out how this could affect usage of smartphones and other mobile devices in the years to come. This infographic will reveal whether apps or browsers get results faster on mobile phones, much more.
The solution to a memorable weekend is DrinkyPal, a free iPhone app designed to keep you safe. By pinpointing your exact location, the DrinkyPal iPhone app (courtesy of Clique Vodka) will pull a list of the nearest taxi’s and hotels to ensure safe alternatives other than driving. DrinkyPal has even partnered with Expedia.com to allow the ability to book the room right from the app! The average cost of a DUI or DWI can be anywhere from $7,000-$10,000! A hotel and taxi will cost way less than that!
If Apple follows their typical release schedule, the new iPhone will be available sometime this summer, and the rumors are already flying about what that’s going to contain. With rival phones from Android stepping up their game, will Apple feel the pressure to do something completely new and spectacular? Maybe it’ll be like the 4S, which made small improvements to the iPhone 4 but didn’t break out of the mold too much. Nobody really knows, as Apple hasn’t provided us with any official information yet, but there are some of the speculated changes.
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