If you have a laptop, especially a MacBook, you’ve probably noticed how it heats up considerably with long usage. When this happens, what are your options? Should you give it a rest, move it to the table, or put it in the fridge? This may sound unorthodox, but does it work?
Electric busses have been around for a while, but how efficient are they? How far can they go on one charge? How much energy does this take? Do they have enough power to maintain speed up steep hills? With each passing year, more progress is being made, including one new electric bus that is quite impressive.
We have smartphones, smart TVs and smart cars, but what about smart clothes? Could this technology find it’s way into the very fabric of our lives? One company has done just this, and here’s how it works.
Gone are the days when you had to get dressed, drive to the store, find a parking spot, walk around the store, wait in the checkout line, then drive home again with your desired item. If you want a new item today, you can stay in your pajamas, make a few clicks with your mouse, or touches on your smartphone, and the item will be delivered right to your door. It sounds like a dream come true, but there are some pitfalls you need to watch out for.
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Have you ever been watching your kid’s soccer game, or been walking out in nature when something amazing happened, and you wished desperately you could have gotten it on film? What is you had a camera that allowed you to literally go back in time? A new wearable device could do just this.
If you’re like one of the 1.7 billion people around the world who use Facebook, you already know how great it is for keeping in touch with family and friends. Even if you update your status, upload photo albums, or share videos, there are some things you might not know about. Here are 4 tricks you should try with your Facebook account.
When teens walk around all day looking at their smartphones with their earbuds attached, could this be doing any damage to their bodies? A recent study has found that almost ⅓ of teenagers have a condition called tinnitus. This causes a buzzing or ringing in your ears. According to the study, this is a problem that seems to have no end in sight.