If you are a part of a ghost hunting team, making sure that you have the right gear is immensely important. In order to properly capture ghosts in their native environment, it is a good idea to keep these tools close by in your hunting kit. (Or if you are just looking to throw a ghost hunting party this upcoming Halloween, these tips can be useful too!)
HP plans on having a 3D printer available on the market in 2016 and has started to tease its functionality, stressing speed and flexibility. Check out the video above and the one below for some peaks into what HP plans on being able to deliver.
3D printing is expected to explode into a huge industry so HP wants to leverage its legacy printing business to move into this area. The initial machines will likely be more for businesses as the printer will be large and expensive, but we can see a time in the future when a 3D printer is sold in consumer gadget stores.
Yes, you can bend your new iPhone 6 Plus, and that’s probably not a good thing. Does Apple have a serious problem on it’s hands? Does this also apply to the regular iPhone 6?
Apple has finally announced its new watch along with larger iPhones. They look pretty cool and have all sorts of interesting, if not novel, features. Other players have had similar watches on the market for a while now, so in some ways there’s little new here.
Still, the cache will be significant, and there are plenty of style choices as well. But the real question goes to whether you’ll need to even want one.
For me the answer at this moment is no. I’m already too addicted to the stream of information available through my phone. Have all of this on my wrist will just provide too many distractions.
What I’m most interested is easy recording, particularly sound but also video, that I can summon and then stop at any time. I haven’t heard that yet as a feature.
Cloud computing has grown almost exponentially in recent years. But with it have grown concerns about the safety and security of using this new method of computing.
Steve Wozniak once described the Cloud as leading to ‘horrible problems’ and although he has recently revealed that he has revised his opinion and is actually a fan, he still gives companies stern warnings about going ‘all in’ just yet.
As you might expect, Mr Wozniak is probably right. While there are some pretty serious security concerns with the Cloud, as long as you protect yourself and your business before getting involved, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy its benefits in safety.
First off, you need to ask the relevant questions before getting involved. For example, will the data stored remain within the EU, US or UK? Or will it be stored elsewhere? Who in the supplier organisation will have access to your data? What certification standard does the supplier adhere to?