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Types of Laptops

07th July 2010
If we look at the evolution of laptops, it has been quite phenomenal. Not so long back laptops were just portable ones, which you can operate on your lap. However, today it is much more than that. Today there are different types of laptops available that ... Read >
Author: liza252

Choosing the Right CCTV DVR

07th May 2010
The age of recording video images through VCRs is long gone. What we now have at our disposal are devices that exceed the features of the VCR technology by far. The fairly simple recording of video images has now evolved to systems that are equipped with ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Streaming Without A Streaming Server With Flash (Pseudo Streaming)

08th October 2009
Adobe Corporation has a monster hit on its hand with Flash. The latest Flash Player, version 10, had been downloaded to almost 60 percent of computers worldwide within two months of its release. It has become the standard of choice on the Internet, for vi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Quad Screen Splitter: Simultaneously view four video inputs on a single screen

17th July 2009
Using one keyboard, mouse and display, the Quad Screen Splitter, which is a combination of a video splitter and a KVM switch allows users to view and monitor video signals from four different computers simultaneously on a single screen. Money and space fo... Read >
Author: luecjennifer

Top 5 Most Beautiful Social Media Sites

01st March 2009
MIXX Mixx is a user-driven social media web site that serves to help users submit or find content by peers based on interest and location. It combines social networking and bookmarking with web syndication, blogging and personalization tools. Users of M... Read >
Author: Margarette Mcbride

The history of camcorders

05th November 2005
Well, when you think of a camcorder, you probably envision those little hand-held mini dv camcorders that fit into the palm of your hand, right? Like all things, the camcorder had it's own starting point, too. In the "old days", the camcorder was ve... Read >
Author: Richard Gazzo

Interlace vs Progressive Scan: What's the Difference?

21st October 2005
Interlaced scanning Interlaced scan-based images use techniques developed for CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) TV monitor displays, made up of 576 visible horizontal lines across a standard TV screen. Interlacing divides these into odd and even lines and then alter... Read >
Author: Mitchell Medford
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