Category: Technology Infographics
Assistive technology has made it possible for those with a disability to lead the best life that they can through the use of innovative technology. This infographic outlines some of the leading gadgets on the market that can help change people’s lives.
West Interactive has created a really informative infographic that breaks down how your devices learn to talk to you. The graphic takes us through how automatic speech recognition (ASR) works, examples of ASR at work and also how speech recognition learns from you.
Falk speed reducers are essential for the successful running of machinery for industrial applications, from mining to pulp and paper to cement mixing. Falk speed reducers in particular are known for their ruggedness and durability. Mar-Dustrial Sales examined a Falk speed reducer, Type YBX, to see what makes up a typical speed reducer.
Here is an infographic by Dell about the history of computer security threats that goes through the timeline of the last 70 years. It talks about bugs, viruses and those pesky Russians.
Want to upgrade your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8 but don’t want to lose your precious data? Then you might want to follow the steps laid out in this infographic put together by the folks at Wondershare.
Mobile app development is clearly gaining a strong footage and is a lucrative business proposition. No wonder the competition is huge and fewer taste success. In the following infographic, Innomobileapps discusses the attributes that make it a lucrative business option.
Did you know that 51% of high school students carry a smartphone? It may be no surprise that America’s youth rely on technology and crave connectivity in their daily lives. However, could this desire for connectivity be plumbed for educational purposes? Here SinglePoint Communications examines the drive toward school bus WiFi and the use of mobile Internet in school buses.
How many “things,” including your body, can you communicate with through a device? And will a smartwatch become more like a wearable woven into your garments, contact lenses or implanted into your body? Whatever the eventual device, it is manufacturers that play a lead role in translating technologies into new products for tomorrow.
Albert Einstein once said “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” With this in mind, Solink challenged themselves to explain the term ‘Big Data’ in a way that everyone, including their grandmothers, can understand.
For now, the storage of artifacts, or anything else, on the moon may be nothing more than a flight of fancy. However, experts aren’t necessarily dismissing the notion. Evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins has stated the moon could become a “cosmic tombstone” if humans become extinct. “We should be using it to store the best humanity has ever had to offer.
This infographic includes tips from Apadmi’s technical team for the various stages of the app development process, from the initial ideas stage through to maintenance post-launch. It covers aspects such as the policy changes that may be required when an app is introduced into a firm, and how to go about selecting a technological approach for its development.
Data storage has become important for businesses and personal use. Now we can carry hundreds of gigabytes of data just in just one drive. And then there is cloud storage which offers the flexibility to access your data from anywhere and anytime. Here is an infographic by CloudOYE that looks at the evolution of data storage.
Cloud computing is the future and there is no need to re-think it. Cloud is one unique technique that offers data storage service not on any hard drive but on internet. The data is secure on cloud and there are several unique facilities are been provided with cloud computing.
Technology can be a huge help in college. It can help you communicate, find information, share resources, add comfort to your dorm room, remind you of deadlines, and so much more. It can also be a huge time-suck, distraction, and temptation. There’s no doubt that you need solid technology on campus and that college students tend to be some of the most-gadgetized early adopters of new tech.