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Internet Technologies - Biggest advancements in the recent days

29th March 2010
With advancement in technology, especially with internet technologies there are lots of changes happening in the recent years. Have you ever thought of working on your laptop with wireless network at your comfort anytime? I am sure this was only a dream c... Read >
Author: Philipp Stäbler

Impact of mobile phones in the present era

05th January 2010
Every time your phone rings, are you compelled to receive the call irrespective of where you are? Do you keep looking at your handset, hoping to receive an SMS? Rest assured that you are bitten by the mobile phone bug. The excessive use of mobile phones a... Read >
Author: infibeam

Differences between Micro-chipping and GPS Pet Locators

22nd December 2009
Technology has changed every aspect of our lives and continues to do so at a rapid pace. In terms of looking after your beloved pets, it should come as no surprise that thanks to technological advancements today, you can now track them using sophisticated... Read >
Author: Chris Newton

Ottawa Hills MRI Q and A

08th December 2009
Ottawa Hills MRI Q and A Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, is a non invasive technology that creates very specific images of bones, organs, and body tissue without the need for radiation. Patients are subjected to radio waves in a strong magnetic fie... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

What are RGB and CMYK in Photography and Photoshop?

17th April 2009
Light is made up of red, green and blue; but there is also cyan, magenta and yellow. These two sets of colours are colour modes, so how do they fit together and what are there relevance in Photography and in learning Photoshop?It is possible to change and... Read >
Author: DuncanNow

RFID - The Future

07th August 2007
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), technology of the future, has long established itself in our everyday lives. It is already deployed in various areas ranging from efficient inventory management and road-toll collection through to timing the performa... Read >
Author: Ashwin

Gadolinium MRI

18th June 2007
Gadolinium MRI and risk factors for the debilitating disease nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) are currently being investigated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). An MRI with gadolinium is a type of MRI that uses a contrast agent with special ma... Read >
Author: Steve Fields

Radiofrequency Neurolysis of Facet Joint

23rd May 2007
What is radiofrequency ablation (RFA)? Radiofrequency is a means of interrupting pain signals. An electrical current produced by radio waves is used to heat up a small area of nerve tissue, thereby decreasing pain signals from that specific area suppli... Read >
Author: BrainBox

Bluetooth and WiFi Comparisons

15th December 2006
Bluetooth can be defined as a wireless form of communication that enables devices to send and receive communication. It is a global initiative set up by manufacturers such as IBM, Intel, Ericsson, Toshiba and Nokia to create a standard for linking up devi... Read >
Author: Matthew Barrett

Wireless broadband how does it work?

01st August 2006
So you've got broadband. Great! After a while, though, many people find that they've got so used to having broadband on one computer that they want to be able to use it from any other ones they own, too including their laptop, and computers that are now... Read >
Author: John Gibb
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