Today Internet and the Web offer us an unimaginable world of new ways to expand our knowledge, there are countless topics, games, movies can be watched.
But be careful: there is also risky or dangerous information. Children and adolescents, according to the latest surveys are the highest percentage of users, since they, thanks to their curiosity, are the ones that best adapt to new technologies. Continue reading “ANDROID PARENTAL CONTROL APP – PROTECT CHILDREN FROM THE DANGERS OF THE INTERNET?” »
There is a PC in almost every home in America. Two in some. Like the invention of the television did to the radio, the personal computer has taken the place of the most valuable electronic tool in the home. We plan our home budgets on them, play games, keep journals and store photos. Continue reading “3 Tips For Picking Out the Best Software For Your PC” »
Many people might assume that geek culture is all about toys and entertainment. But this is hardly the case! In fact, a lot of geeks will bring tech and heavy analysis to the realm of serious financial decisions. Just because you primarily associate with geek culture doesn’t mean that you can’t associate with the more serious side of technology as well.
Continue reading “Geek Culture: Bringing Tech and Analysis To Financial Decisions” »
You might not have come across screenshot backup verification technology before since it isn’t yet particularly well-known. However, using it can be extremely beneficial for your business. Continue reading “Screenshot Backup Verification: What Advantages Does It Provide?” »
You’ve probably encountered bloatware before, even though you might not be familiar with the term. Essentially, bloatware refers to software that requires plenty of disk space and RAM but isn’t ever used. Continue reading “What is Bloatware and Why Should You Get Rid of It” »
The progressive advancements in technology by the AI/IT/Cloud industry partnership have dramatically boosted the growth of tech companies and jobs across the UK over the past decade, and the trend shows no sign of slowing down. While tech firms are looking to hire more and more staff, salary figures have also increased and this has expanded the tech jobs market outside of principal cities like London, which itself offers some of the best paid tech jobs in the world. Almost half of all tech start-ups in the UK reside in London, where the government has invested heavily in 2013-2014. But the cost of living there is still relatively high (which itself can offset salary benefits), and now that the market has expanded there is no reason why job seekers shouldn’t explore other cities, which offer competitive salaries, faster job vacancy growth than London, and better living standards. In short, it is not necessary for them to relocate to London to make a good living in technology. Continue reading “The Best UK Cities to Start your Career in Tech” »