3D printing is an exciting and useful technology. 3D printers are becoming more affordable and some are suitable for home use. A 3D pen is also available.
Augmented reality in newspapers is the apparent appearance of a video or other digital content on a newspaper page. AR could add very useful features to printed media.
In this article, I discuss the current landscape of PC gaming graphics cards and my outlook on the future. We gamers are in for a rough go of it, at least for the foreseeable future.
Intel researchers say the computers of the future will be just chips that will process their data through the internet itself, without the use of hardware, such as video card, RAM, HD and processor.
To ensure your telephone system operates reliably, it is advisable to conduct some form of routine maintenance. This article covers the original Magic Jack, Magic Jack Plus and Magic Jack Go.
We often hear about analog and digital in the context of communications, sound recording and consumer electronic devices. But what exactly is the difference? This article explains the mystery
When working with cables, finding out what each one does isn't always clear and knowing what's needed is even harder. Here is a quick guide to what common cables do and visual references to find them.
We can't all afford the absolute best when it comes to audio equipment, but that doesn't mean we have to settle for poor quality.
The binary numbering system is the basis for storage, transfer and processing of data in computers and other electronic systems. It uses base 2 rather than base 10 which we are normally familiar with
Discover how augmented reality and virtual reality may continue to change the world in 2018. AR and VR are just getting started.
Texting by thinking is the future of smartphones. Will iPhones soon use virtual telepathy to change the world?
Don't waste money buying music that you already own. Preserve your record collection using this proven workflow for converting vinyl LPs to MP3 or M4A (AAC) digital format for use in iTunes.
The Faroe Islanders were disappointed their isle did not appear on Google Street View. However, with the help of their sheep and sheep-cam they persuaded Google to visit.