Specifications of Personal Computers Over Time

The Kenbak-1 is generally regarded as the world’s first personal computer. Only 50 were ever built, and they cost $750 in 197. It had just 256 bytes of RAM, and while there was no true microprocessor, its processing speed was the equivalent of 1 megahertz. In comparison, the recent HP Pavilion All-in-One has 16 gigabytes of RAM and 20 gigahertz of processing speed. PC specs have certainly come a long way in the past 50 years.

Biometrics Authentication: Goodbye Passwords!

People have used passwords for authentication and security purposes for a long time and they have been inconvenient ever since. Fortunately, advances in security methods, particularly the emergence of biometrics technology, might replace the use of traditional passwords soon. Biometrics authentication refers to security processes that authenticate or verify an individual’s identity through unique biological traits such as fingerprint, facial characteristics, voices, and even retinas.

The Future IoT Holds for Telecom

In today’s telecom industry, the Internet of Things is helping telecoms expand their services and capabilities across a wide range of industries. It’s unleashing a strong combination of super-fast speed, higher bandwidth, reduced latency, and improved power efficiency which could drive billions of more connections in the coming years. In this infographic, discover how IoT solutions and services are taking root in the telecom business and what improvements they offer.

Humans and Tech to Stop Ransomware

Ransomware attacks are getting more sophisticated by the day. To combat such cyber threats, you’ll need to strike the right balance of cyber security professionals and the technologies to support them. Learn how humans and tech work together to Stop ransomware in the following infographic.

The Art and Science of Analytics

Chances are, you aren’t utilizing most of the data available in your organization. Learn how to become a data-driven organization and embrace Google Analytics 360 in the following infographic, courtesy of InfoTrust.

OpenCV Computer Vision Library – Implementation in Smart Homes

OpenCV gives developers a free hand to create computer vision applications by offering a variety of tools and algorithms. The team at Integra Source recounted the OpenCV library and its implementation in IoT home automation in one of their latest articles. The infographic below provides the library’s highlights, including its elements, functions, purposes, and application areas.

What is a BESS?

A BESS is an energy storage system (ESS) that captures energy from different sources and stores it in rechargeable batteries for later use. Why is BESS needed and what problems can it solve? Get the answers in the following infographic.

How Safe Are Your Emails?

Email is the critical lifeblood of any modern business – but how safe are you from phishing and cyber attacks? In this infographic, courtesy of Avanan, learn how to protect yourself and your email from malicious attacks.

What is Cyber Insurance?

It seems like every day, cyber attacks and ransomware attacks are making news headlines. Can cyber insurance be the answer? Let’s explore the benefits and limitations in the following infographic, courtesy of Clearsurance.

How Much the Most Iconic Technology in History Would Cost Today

There have been many gadgets and technological devices created through the years that could be classified as iconic. From the original Victrola phonograph of 1906 to the comically large Motorola DynaTAC 8000x cellular phone of 1984, these early technologies shaped the new tech gadgets of today. The HP research team looked at some of the most influential technologies in history and researched how much they would cost in today’s dollars.