Nothing can be worse than having your precious and expensive gadget stop working. This does not only make you tense but you are not able to do even your important work. Although, some people have technical knowledge of troubleshooting any issue, but it’s more effective that you call someone for backup plan. In such situation, you can take help of professional who will help in saving your valuable time and money. Tips to find affordable mobile repair shop – Get specific referral – If you are not familiar with any mobile repairing shop of your area, then single and only way of knowing whereabouts of smartphone repair shop is asking trusted family members and friends. They will give you suggestions and after all, visiting a specific repair shop means you will be able to communicate better and in a trustful way. Not only this, you will get a positive experience.
Smart homes are best known for being convenient and for showcasing cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology. However, they can also make your house a safer place to live in. Mounting advancements in AI technology are disrupting the home security industry, as AI reduces the occurrence of false alarms, better detects real intruders and even helps in the event of environmental dangers like fire or flooding. Here are three ways AI is transforming home security. 1. Smart locks and alarms can be controlled remotely Smart locks are electromechanical locks that are “smart” enough to lock and unlock when commanded by a mobile device. With smart locks, you always know whether your doors are locked or unlocked, and you can manage their status while you’re away from home. Also, you don’t need to worry about keeping track of a house key, which could get stolen or duplicated by a criminal. Through a secure smartphone app, you can control who has access to your home and when. With AI technology studying your habits, your locks can learn to lock themselves after you leave so that you don’t need to worry about accidentally leaving them unlocked. They can even learn to unlock for you as…
Similar to how people have preferences about the music and food they eat, there will be a preferred smart device for you. iOS or Android for starters then which brand, which model, what features and more. Now, while manufacturers would love for us to rush out to the stores each time a new model is announced, it is simply not financially feasible or logical for us to buy a new smartphone every year. Phones are powerful enough that the average user won’t notice the difference between the newest, shiniest model compared to last years. Other factors such as e-waste and pollution, the constant price increases for new phones (looking at you Apple) and many reasons are actually causing people to hold off on upgrading as it is simply not required. So when should you upgrade? It honestly depends entirely on you. How often do you use your phone? What do you use it for? Are you a power user who relies on their phone for their business?
No economy can grow without reliable infrastructure, and for developing nations with limited resources, the challenge to provide this is immense. Not only is cost a massive factor, but with growing concern over climate change and environmental degradation, there’s even more pressure to deliver infrastructure that is also more sustainable. From reliable roads to affordable housing, here we explore some of the technologies that show the biggest promise in addressing the needs of the developing world without compromising on quality or negatively impacting the environment. Geocell Technology – Building durable, low-cost, permanent access roads in South Sudan As one of the least developed countries in the world and with a mounting food crisis, South Sudan was in desperate need of a reliable road network which would allow aid to reach those in need, while also helping local farmers and businesses access markets and start to grow the economy.
The construction and mining industries have long been synonymous with being ‘behind the times’, but the truth of the matter is very different. In fact, nowadays, these industries are often the first to adopt new technologies in order to more efficiently streamline everyday processes and create safer, more eco-friendly ways of working. One technology currently being integrated within mining and construction is automation. From driver-less vehicles, to automated jaw crushers, the industry could see a vast change in the near future, but what has automation done for us so far? What Do We Mean By Automation? While the idea of automated technology isn’t anything new, understanding just what it is and how it could help us in the future is the first step to adopting these technologies in the future. Automation is the name given to a technology that “allows a process or procedure to be performed without human assistance.” Essentially, this means that if a process can take place without the need for any control by a human and that all actions are automatic, it is automated. Smart and automated technologies are quickly becoming commonplace in the digital world, but for construction and mining, it is just the beginning
Real Estate uses technology like any other business field and when new advancements hit the market they bring new and exciting opportunities. Professional real estate companies are using new technology to push them ahead in the field and provide more information than ever to clients. The main focus is on photography and the opportunities that come with having tools that now allow for views over a property would have once cost a fortune. It’s not just hardware either, online software has given real estate companies more flexibility and utility than ever. With the right tools, a company can have more options than ever to approach potential clients. Hardware: Drones and Photos The first new technology that comes to mind for the real estate filed should be drones and their fantastic ability to take photos from incredible angles. Drones have become so ingrained in the field that many real estate agents can scarcely imagine working without them. The reason is obvious, drones are able to fly around to incredible heights and with such accuracy that they can take photos of entire estates. They are even able to go inside of homes and take photos of rooms one by one. The sensor…
If you paused to think about the number and type of electronics you depend on every day, you’d probably be overwhelmed. Of course, electronics aren’t a new development. They were already an integral component of modern living by the 80s. However, the mainstreaming of computers and the ubiquity of the internet has resulted in billions of electronic devices in homes and offices around the world. Unfortunately, no device is useful indefinitely. At some point, you’ll need to replace it with a newer one. But what happens to the old one you no longer need? You could go the easy way and simply toss it in the trash. All this will do though is contribute to the electronic waste increasingly dominating landfills and incinerators around the world. Or you could get creative and find a way to reuse or recycle it. We look at how you can do that.