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Tablet, Ipad or notebook?

In choosing a tablet, consider your priorities. If price and portability are tops, consider a high-rated 7-to-8-inch model with Wi-Fi. On the other hand, a larger tablet makes viewing photos, videos, and websites more enjoyable. If access to the largest selection of apps is high on your list, choose an iPad or an Android model. If you need Internet on the go, consider a model with mobile data connectivity, but be prepared to pay more and subscribe to cellular data service. Othe...

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Digital Nomads and the Remote Work Revolution

What will the world look like in 2030? According to business mogul and SpaceX founder Elon Musk we may be travelling into space. However if that seems too unrealistic his high speed "Hyperloop" transportation system is well on its way and could take you between locations in 45 minutes that currently take hours. Then there's air travel which is expected to get significantly faster and significantly cheaper.   Cheaper and faster is also something that we can expect from th...

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New technology spoils us

As from the passing years till nowadays new coming hiTech parts and gadgets are conquiring the world. For example the different notebooks, tablets, smartphones, etc. play an important role in our lives. I haven't got used to manage myself such an arsenal of technology utilities but I sincerely accept the challenges and necessity of these products. I love to read books, magazines, even I do this in my spare time and the results are pretty shoking. I admit myself that I feel a little spoiled b...

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May one-eyed robots discover the world?

The standard answer to this question is: No, we live in a 3D world and to discover its third dimension – depth, we need at least two receivers. This fact is confirmed by Mother Nature who decided not to follow the examples from the Greek Mythology and skipped the creation of Cyclopes.   The one-eyed robots can be found in Hollywood only. Even though we like them a lot, they too, have problems in recognizing the objects in front of them.      The minion...

The Biggest Work Trend You're Unintentionally Ignoring

What might be a bit more astonishing, however, is a recent survey by FlexJobs and WorldatWork which found that only 3 percent of the organizations surveyed were actually trying to quantify the return on investment for job flexibility or remote work.   "That's shocking to me, because it says loudly and clearly that employers and management believe flexible work only benefits the employee; they don't even think it will benefit the broader...