in News on Nov 24, 2011
In December a dream of many people will come true. No, it’s not a childish dream of seening Santa Clause. Actually, a lot of grown-ups in India (most of them who don’t even celebrate the Christian holiday) will have access to a tablet for less than $ 100 dollars.
in News on Nov 23, 2011
In the past they wanted a car and a driver’s license. Now they just want a smartphone.
Many years ago, in a far and different world where cars were the most common wish of teenagers, parents used to be concerned when children got a driver’s license. It was the first indication of adulthood, meaning freedom and a lot of new opportunities for the young, of course, but a lot of problems for parents. Driving isn’t the safest of actions. Teenagers, even those who have a license, aren’t known as the most sober drivers on the road. Yes, it’s obvious: alcohol and cars aren’t best friends. Research done by the University of Utah, for instance, shows that driving after drinking is four times more dangerous than driving sober.
in News on Nov 22, 2011
The first computers were big and bulky and nothing like what we know and love today. Now you can carry a faster machine in your pocket.
in News on Nov 21, 2011
Smartphones and tablets are the stars of the moment. The number of mobile technology users doesn’t stop growing.
in Technologies on Nov 17, 2011
There are at least 20 million registered domains using the PHP technology, one of the most popular scripting languages to date. These numbers make PHP not only important for developers but also a part of everyday life for persons who don’t understand anything about web development. Developers and non-developers alike read PHP websites every day.