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If you like contemporary styling in your home, you’ll love some of the great hi-tech gadgets now available to remind you that you’re enjoying life in the twenty-first century. Check out a few of the best and marvel at the inventiveness and imagination that went into the creation of each one, both large and small. Living room Lighting your home has changed considerably and new, intuitive technology combined with LED light means you can now control lighting levels throughout your entire property.
The Vatican and NTT Data are taking on a massive project that will revolutionize how knowledge is conveyed and shared for future generations to come. NTT data has implemented their unique technology to digitize the priceless collection of knowledge that the Vatican Library holds to be accessible from anywhere in the world. The Vatican Library is one of the largest and most important collections of historic works of writing, manuscripts and artwork in the world. It has been one of the most
As we move towards the middle of the 2010's smartphone technology has advanced by leaps and bounds. While mobile phones were once only used to call and text people while on the go, they have now become the Swiss Army Knife of the 21st century. People center their whole lives around their phone, and often feel a profound sense of loss when they break, or get lost/stolen. This trend is set to accelerate even further in the coming years as mobile payment apps stand ready to replace your credit
With the recent release of Google Glass to the general public after a period of invitation-only beta testing, techies everywhere are rejoicing, but some are understandably hesitant to part with the cash for yet another smart device. After all, in a world with desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones and smartwatches, why would having another computer be useful to the common consumer? Being the world's first true leap into the universe of augmented reality, Google Glass, after one gets past
With the prolonged economic stagnation that has plagued Main Street America in the wake of the Great Recession, it is easy to give up hope of a better future ever arriving on our shores. Indeed, the outsourcing of manufacturing to the developing world has permanently moved the mass production engines of industry to nations that can out-compete us on cost, who pay their workers a tiny fraction of what labor costs here at home. Short of allowing this nation to slowly decline to the point where living