Have you noticed yet how much technology has lately been geared toward education? Well if you haven’t, the digital classroom may soon become a reality as smart boards actually become smart and interactive, robots are being used in the classroom, and many classes are taught online or use online material to teach the course.
Apple’s new Iphone’s and Google’s new pixel phones, are revolutionizing photography. Within the power of a single touch, a person can take professional looking photographs with just a click of a button. With phones already taking better pictures and access to great apps, many options are available for customization for improved photography.
Now a days, most of our data, personal information, and history has some form of trail that has been left on the internet. This trail can leave information exposed to unwanted visitors to venture into our data networks. As the internet grows, so does the danger of being hacked.
Currently about 14bn objects are already connected to the internet and it is expected that it will expand to over 100bn by 2020. This means a huge amount of information that can found on the web by many people. Continue reading “How Safe is Our Data?”
Drones are currently becoming a big topic for innovators, for the idea of unmanned aircrafts provide limitless opportunities within the upcoming years. Possibilities which can range from transportation devices, police surveillance, recreational use, construction purposes, military operations and even for movies. The list doesn’t end. In addition, to the many uses that drones can provide, the FAA which regulates all airspace objects has created new legislation which will help promote the use of these drones.
Companies like Alphabet (Google’s Parent) has gotten White House approval to begin testing a fleet of drones called Project Wings that may use drones as transportation devices. Continue reading “Drones Taking Over?”