Technology is the driving force behind most advancements and innovations we are now enjoying in today’s world. It is everywhere you go. From your home to the school, office, or various establishments you come across daily and even in public transportation, technology is crucial in making all these things work efficiently and effortlessly. Another industry that is seldom talked about yet uses just as much complex technology, gadgets and gizmos you’ll have a hard time comprehending what’s it’s used for is the healthcare delivery system, specifically in hospitals.
If you’ve ever stepped inside a hospital, you’d be overwhelmed by the numerous apparatuses and machines that are required in running a hospital that saves lives 24/7. It’s true then that hospitals won’t work as efficiently as it does now without all these modern gadgets and contraptions you can only see in hospitals or in any healthcare setting where medical professionals see, care for, and treat/ manage patients almost on a daily basis. Gone were the days when hospitals were bare institutions that mostly rely on the human workforce to work magic …
Childhood is a time of new learning and discoveries – of getting yourself dirty from head to toe but definitely having the time of your life. Kids love getting their hands dirty by touching almost everything they come across with. Parents may get upset seeing their gross and disheveled appearance but this is actually both a learning and developmental process for them – a crucial part of their growth. Kids learn the most when they get to hold things and feel its texture and save it in their mind for future use. Childhood is perhaps the time when kids never sat still and roamed around nonstop. It may look exhausting in the eyes of an adult but with the endless energy packed in their tiny bodies, it is the perfect fuel to energize their always hungry minds that always want to learn more.
As the years went by, we see fewer children running around the streets, happily passing the time with friends and just simply being silly. Nowadays, there are fewer kids roaming around because they are busy with something …
Virtual reality is no longer a dream but a reality of our times. What started as a gaming technology is finding itself more useful in different aspects of life too. The most popular way of enjoying virtual reality is through virtual-reality headsets that let you enjoy a 3D experience as if you were there too yourself. Now, who says these tech advancements can’t make our lives more exciting?
Just what is virtual reality? It actually is just a combination of the definition of both words, virtual and reality. Virtual simply means near whereas reality is our personal experience as human beings. In short, a virtual reality experience is a digital experience that is almost near reality.
Throngs of people flapped imaginary wings, paddled invisible canoes and took aim at shapeless digital foes, all courtesy of this year’s Consumer Virtual Reality (CVR) conference.
Now in its second year, the May 6-to-8 conference brought together tech enthusiasts of all kinds to embrace all things virtual.
With interest steadily growing, the CVR conference is poised to become one of the venue’s fastest-growing events
We fear chaos and confusion in our lives. Whenever possible, we try to organize things and the things we have to do so we don’t get lost throughout the day. This is most especially helpful when traveling, especially during long travels. The GPS (Global Positioning System) comes in handy, so you can get to your destination the fastest way possible without any fears of ever getting lost.
Back in the days, getting lost is a common complaint among drivers since there was no GPS yet and the most you could do was to bring a map – which is only efficient if you have someone else with you to check it out while you are driving. But recent studies reveal that too much reliance on GPS may not be good for our health after all.
Using a GPS to reach your destination may be throwing your brain off track, new research has revealed.
A study published in Nature Communications found that frequent GPS use might actually be making you a worse natural navigator, as relying on technology to get from
We love technology. Who doesn’t, right? We only dreamed of doing the things we have now as kids. But now, we have the power to connect to the world through the World Wide Web. No need to spend hours researching a topic because the answers are right in front of you in mere seconds. Working abroad isn’t as painful as it once was because of Skype, social media, and other messaging apps. Technology has managed to make the world interconnected using gadgets we can’t afford to live without.
Even our homes are full of technology that not only makes our lives easier and convenient but more exciting too. We’re not juts talking about home appliances but more innovative technologies like the Smart TV. Who needs a smartphone, tablet or a computer if you can do the same stuff on your television, right? But recent issues are popping up saying that Smart TVs can spy on owners is downright disturbing.
Are your smart televisions, smart phones and smart fridges vulnerable to eavesdropping spies?
The WikiLeaks revelations that the CIA purportedly has