Video encoding is sometimes hard to figure out. This article helps to demystify some of the settings you might come across in your encoding travels.
The Google Brain team is working on artificial neural networks. Let’s see how it could affect the way that technology interacts with us in the near future.
Many articles have been talking about this radical type of display that uses “quantum dot technology.” Let’s find out what a quantum dot monitor actually is!
RAID, a technology used with multiple hard disks for increased performance, stands for “Redundant Array of Independent Disks.” Find out what it’s all about.
In this article, we follow Chrome from its most experimental stage to mainstream release. Learn more about each channel and see which one is best for you.
Manufacturers like Apple and Samsung have recently introduced image stabilizers into their cameras. Find out everything about image stabilization here.
Telegram Messenger is a messenger application that promises privacy and security along with a ton of other features. How truthful are these claims?
Apple released a new MacBook with a new USB Type-C port. Let’s find out what exactly is USB Type-C and the problems it was trying to solve.
One of the most exciting changes in Android 5.0 is the introduction of what Google calls “Material Design,” What do they actually mean? Let check it out.
The growing presence of screens in our lives has transformed their safety into an issue that some are taking so seriously, they are calling it a crisis.
Nowadays, many devices come with an IP code and can withstand harsh conditions. Let’s see how the IP code system works and what you can do with your device.
There has been a heated debate on whether WiFi signal is safe for our health. Here’s our take on that.
Internet transmission speed on fiber optic cable is much faster than the old copper infrastructures we relied on for decades. Why is this so? Let discuss it.
The word “API” is flashed around a lot, but it seems that only developers know what it means. For the general public, here is what an API does.
When you are looking for a new webcam, you might have noticed some products known as IP cameras. If you’re wondering what those are, here’s the explanation.
Google has been testing their driverless vehicles for past two years. Is it ready for prime time? Here’s what you need to know about driverless vehicles.
You probably have been dreaming of a home automation solution, but not sure how it really works. We’ll explain how it works and the role of the smartphone.
There are several archive formats and each comes with its own pros and cons. Find out more about the compression, encryption and each archive format and see which one is most suitable for you.
You’re probably wondering why your ISP is not switching to fiber optics and providing faster connection speed. We will take a detail look at the situation and answer all of these questions in a way that’s easy to understand!.
Technology myths are everywhere. On occasions, it costs you money and make you poorer. Let’s take a look at some of the technology myths that cost you money.
When buying a computer monitor, the truth is that most people have no idea how they’re being duped into buying displays that throw fancy numbers at them. For this reason, I’ll point out the biggest myths revolving around these displays.
You probably are wondering, what are the differences between MBR and GPT and is there any benefit using one over the other? We wil clear your doubt in this article.
If you’ve ever looked at the details on your network card, you might have noticed an awkward-looking series of alphanumeric characters. As you gaze upon this sequence of characters, a question may pop up in your head: “What in the name of Torvalds is a MAC address?!” And the answer is here.
Most people expect their mobile batteries to last long hours, but the fact is they don’t. And the worst thing is that people are taking wrong advices to “take care” of their batteries. Here are some facts that you really need to know about battery care.
You wanted to get a surge protector to protect your equipment, but no one tells you how and what kind of surge protector you should buy. It’s time we addressed questions consumers frequently ask about these enigmatic pieces of hardware.
As you’ve browsed the web, you’ve undoubtedly noticed ads strung up along the sides of webpages. These ads drive much of the wealth that powers the Internet and sometimes even fund complete websites. Many of these ads are driven by a single program, Google AdSense. Let’s take a look at what is Adsense and how you can make money from it.
Google is introducing so-called “packaged apps,” applications that run natively inside of Google Chrome. How will this affect your computing experience? Will this be the next step to total cloud computing? Let’s find out!
Anyone can upload a video to YouTube, but only YouTube partners can make money. This begs the logical question – how does your general YouTube user become a revenue generating partner?
Free Software vs Open Source Software. Most people are always confused over them. Here are the differences between free software, open source and freeware
For those who are planning to buy a 3D capable device, this article shows you what you need to know about 3D technology and help you make a better decision.
In this article, we will simplify the technology behind digital camera and explain why some cameras perform better than others!
You probably know which are the most used audio formats across the Web, but do you know the differences between them, or how are they produced? And have you ever thought on which format is more suitable for your needs?
When some people see the word “refurbished” placed in the title of a PC, their immediate reaction is to avoid the item like the plague, not knowing all the differences between a refurbished and new PC. Refurbished PC is not as bad as you think, and with a little attention, it could save you money too.
Have you ever wondered how an electronic device can charge wirelessly? In this article, we will explain the science behind the creation of the wireless charger.
Facebook has dominated the Web with its “LIKE” button. There’s no way that Google will like that. So it is not surprising to see Google release a new feature “+1” (pronounced “Plus One”) to fight back. With this “+1” feature, you can now put a vote to the search result and let your friends know […]
You may have heard that Apple has recently refreshed their Macbook Pro product line and the latest arrival comes with a new port, known as the Thunderbolt technology. What is Thunderbolt technology I am sure you must have heard of and used a USB port before (unless you are still using a 486MHz PC). A […]
These days, broadband internet is just about everywhere. Hospitals, restaurants, hotels, and of course homes are all connected with these nice, fast pipes. The problem is that your internet provider likely just gives you a single connection with a single address, no matter how many people or devices plan to use that internet connection. Here, […]