How do the work? Airplane Wi-Fi Systems
This is what Gogo primarily uses. Gogo is the company that linked to those AirCell phones you used to see in the backs of headrests. Now, it powers wifi on a majority of the major US airlines.
How to Secure Your Gmail Account
Gmail is the most popular free email service used by millions of people around the world. Billions of messages are sent and received through Google's email software each day. Many of these messages contain personal or confidential information.
How Do They Work? Laser Keyboards!
Most of us with personal computers use a keyboard almost every day to compose e-mails, type out word processing documents, visit Web sites and perform searches.
What went wrong with the launch of ISRO’s earth watching satellite?
The Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO’s) plans to position a sophisticated Earth observation satellite (EOS-03) in space failed on Thursday, as GSLV-F10’s cryogenic upper stage ignition failed to kick in during a crucial phase.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 review.
Samsung announced the third-generation folding phone along with the Galaxy Z Flip 3 at a virtual Unpacked event on Wednesday. Both phones prove that Samsung hasn't given up on foldables. In fact, the Z Fold 3 angles to be the best foldable phone you can buy.
WWDC 2021 Highlights: Everything Apple announced at its big keynote Presentation.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, is the company’s annual conference for software makers. The conference kicked off Monday with a two-hour keynote address that showed off a slew of new updates for the company’s major products.
How much gold can we get from Mobile phones?
There’s gold, platinum and other valuable materials in every phone – the hard part is getting it out. A diamond-encrusted iPhone can set you back $95m – but if this piece of i-bling is a little out of your price range, don’t feel despondent. Every smartphone contains precious metals including gold, silver, copper, platinum and palladium.
Google Photos will end its free unlimited storage on June 1st, 2021
Google Photos is updating its storage policy starting June 1. The platform currently allows unlimited free storage for photos at High Quality resolution, which will no longer be the case starting next month.