Every bride and groom wants to impress their guests with an amazing wedding ceremony and reception. In today’s age, with technology advancing every second, a wedding couple can wow their guests with some tech savvy ideas that are straight from the future. Your wedding guests will be impressed with a tech savvy wedding. Here are some of the latest trends you can include on your big day: Continue reading “Tech Savvy Things to Try at Your Wedding” »
Whether you’re studying abroad, or simply going abroad for a vacation, it’s important to be mindful of how much or how little technology you plan to use. People are often buried in their smart phones today, without giving a thought of looking up. But it’s also okay to share your experiences on social media–moderately, though. Here are the do’s and don’ts of using technology overseas: Continue reading “Do’s and Don’ts of Technology Abroad” »
The Apple Operating System has become a huge part of everyone’s everyday lives. We have iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. Becuase of these widely-used devices, accessibility is also included in the systems. Apple has always been good at improving technology and providing the ulimate experience on its user interface, and they never fail to deliver. Here are some iOS accessibility features you may not know about: Continue reading “iOS Accessibility Features You May Not Know” »
When decorating your office, you want it to tell a story. Simple and low key can make a statement within itself, but elegant office spaces say much more. Whether you are shopping for a new office space or wanting looking to breathe new life into your current office, there are eight factors to keep in mind. Continue reading “Creating An Elegant Work Space” »
We’ve all been there. Messy desk. Long list of to-dos. Too many phone calls about the same thing. Some days in the office can be a bit hectic, but there are certainly some ways to stay organized with all the tasks at hand throughout the day, and not everyone can afford a real-life personal assistant reminding them of all the events and plans they have in their calender.
That’s why we have cell phones, computers and tablets. Here the 5 best personal assistant apps to keep you organized: Continue reading “3 Personal Assistant Apps that Will Keep You Organized at Work” »
WiFi was proposed in the early 90s, and since, have provided Internet users with convenient access to the World Wide Web through the wireless local area network (WLAN) with the help of a router. The difference between WiFi and hotspots, however, is that WiFi runs through a wirless router, while a hotspot is a wireless acces point provided by a hardware device, such as a phone.
The problem with WiFi, however, is that it’s not always where you need it–in the car, on a train, or even in a hotel. Sometimes, you have to pay for Internet in hotels or businesses, but hotspots are giving users the convenience of having Internet access wherever you need it. Continue reading “Why Hotspots Are Better than Traditional WiFi” »
The big day is all about the bride and groom and capturing each and every moment means more memories saved. In this day and age, technology is taking over and making things easier, so why not enhance the wedding experience with some high-tech adjustments? Continue reading “Technology Trends Taking Over Weddings” »
In the past, if someone wanted to travel and explore a new place the only tools they had at their disposal were a map and a compass. If you didn’t know how to use those tw
o things then you either couldn’t travel or couldn’t travel efficiently. Nowadays, traveling has been made stress and effort free due the wonderful Internet. Thanks to the Internet we now are equipped with GPS, constant access to information while traveling, traveling sites that help us book where to stay etc. There is nothing that we can find on the Internet in regards to traveling to a new destination. Here are some of the best ways that the Internet has changed making traveling plans for the better. Continue reading “The Internet, A Traveler’s Best Friend” »
Following a horrific crash a decade ago that killed 11 people and injured 180 more, Southern California’s commuter train network began investing time and energy in safer train technology to protect passengers from collisions. This new safety technology is designed with passengers in mind and has appeared to be successful. Another collision occurred in February, when a Metrolink train smashed into a truck just northwest of Los Angeles. Only 28 people were injured, 31 were not, and there were no deaths. Three out of four of the passenger cars, including the “cab” car located at the front of the train has “crash energy management” technology, according to Metrolink. So what is this new technology and why does it work? Continue reading “Better, Safer Train Technology” »