Mobile: Allows you to move electrically charged particles using a transmission medium, that is to say, an electrical conductor, which in this case will be a metal clip. You will form a small electric field craft -low – intensity- that at least will allow you to make emergency calls or send messages.
Android: Was with Android 5.0 Lollipop when the game was on the name of the Android version. Google, on the presentation of version 5.0 we are left simply with a letter: “L”. There was a lot of confusion about what name would be and that is free advertising and a great way to make eco a product that is going to release. Finally, we saw that we would end up calling Lollipop.
Technology: a study conducted by the consulting firm Deloitte seeks to provide an answer more specific based on the results of censuses made from the year 1871. The conclusion to which they have come is that technology is a “machine to create jobs”, as the same has increased the expenditure of energy by creating more demand and hence more work.
Recovery: We have all happened to each other. You will use a data folder on your hard drive or SD card, and it turns out that you erased it weeks ago without realizing it.
Or you empty the bin and a second later someone tells you that they had sent a file there that you needed. And where are the photos of the Christmas party that you made with the mobile?
Processors: When installing an operating system you have the option to use the 32-bit or 64-bit version. When you buy a computer CPU or a smartphone, you discover that there are processors of 32 and 64 bits. What is the difference between them? Which is better? Do you really notice any improvement between one or the other? Let’s try to answer these questions.
In 2016 Spain suffered 115,000 of cyber attacks. So far in 2017 these assaults already amount to 70,000, according to the Center for Response to Security Incidents and Industry (CERTSI). With an average of almost 400 incidents suffered every day in computer and telematics equipment in our country.
Childrens: Zach Klein narrated in the first person how he loved to “play Sim City and design” web pages small. But with a certain sense of guilt when he entered the high school are forced to spend less time at the computer and to the sport. With the time ended up moving to New York and founding a company, Vimeo –a kind of YouTube more elitist and sophisticated– which sold for a figure-millionaire within a few years. “My passion original by Internet has turned out to be very valuable to the economy a decade later.” He adds: “it Is difficult to predict what skills will be most valuable in the future. And even more difficult to find the connection between the interests of the children and those skills”.