Computer plays an essential role people’s day to day life especially at work place, schools and even in home. Twenty first century has been the age of so many technological advancements aimed for making the lives of people better. Computer helps them become more efficient in their work. Computer technology in banking Technology has made our living easy and comfortable, for instance our banking needs. Previously people need to maintain the important data of their customers manually. But right now, in just one click, they would be able to find all the customers’ data instantly. The customers are able to know about the transactions of their account by logging in to the bank website. Moreover, it is possible to apply for loans through online. Improvements of computer technology Computer technology has improved our life style far better than before. Due to the emergence of internet and technology, the world has shrunk to a global village. Even though the advancement in internet creates new challenges like computer problems and virus threats, the computer technology like antivirus software made easy to overcome these problems. Computer in food industry The automation and computerization in food processing units is facing lots of challenges if
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First off, the word blog is the shortened “web log.” Most of the time, this is maintained by a person or sometimes a group of people who consistently deliver entries of topics, events, comments and other things about a particular theme or subject. Now a technology blog is actually the same; it is a website that sends out news, commentaries, stories, events, and anything that has something to do with technology. Most of the time, it discusses breakthroughs, new inventions, upgrades, and advances on the world of technology. A lot of entities have gone into Technology blogging or tech blogging for short. Probably the reason being information technology is all about new and progressive technology, hence, off with the traditional way of disseminating news and information and utilize technology itself as the mode of delivering advances and pertinent news in the information technology world. In this case, the ideal channel would be the internet. There is a huge number of tech blogs and they cater to specific information technology topic. o Electronista – the latest gadgets for the information technology standard nerds o Switched – want to hear the newest thing in layman technology? This is the site. It also
Every few years someone claims that the world will be changed by a new technology. Sometimes they are right, and other times they’re wrong. This has lead many of us to believe that we have all placed too much faith in the technological revolution. Despite all our criticism, concerns and fears about anything new that involves a microchip, no one can deny that the world has changed for the better or worse thanks to high tech gadgetry and there is no end in sight. In most cases there is not an instant effect caused by new inventions. It takes time for people, industry and governments to adjust. During those periods of adjustment the technology has time to become refined and less expensive. Workers who lose their jobs to new technologies end up having to look for other types of employment. This is a cycle that people have experienced since the dawn of the industrial revolution, and now it is about to happen all over again in a huge way. When cell phones came along most people thought of them as a new toy for the wealthy. Today, most people have one and for many the phone in their pocket is
Every Wednesday night at 9p.m. in San Jose, California, Charles Herrold religiously sat in his crowded office surrounded by records that he lay out before him. Charles broadcast his radio show, playing music and reading news, to mostly college students, who were listening on radios they built for themselves. The year? 1912. He is dubbed the Father of Radio Broadcasting, sending out music and news to listeners before the word, “radio” was invented. Herrold’s ‘Little Hams Program” broadcast every week, from San Jose, to a growing audience of young listeners, and on a good night, the signal could be picked up 900 miles away. Charles took new and popular records, placed them on a phonograph and pointed a microphone towards the music, so all could clearly hear the sound. The show ran from 1912 to 1917. However,ironically, the San Jose Newspaper criticized the new local new medium, saying it “threatens live entertainment, such as the symphony or theatre”. Radio was new, but it certainly couldn’t replace live theatre. In 1994, the Mayor of San Jose dedicated September 12 to Charles Herrold Day in honor of his great contribution to society. Guglielmo Marconi, of London, had previously held a patent issued
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