Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID technology is sculpting the future.
These tiny, integrated circuits go almost entirely unnoticed in our everyday lives but they are a much larger part of our worlds than we realize.
That’s right: Kim Kardashian divorce from Kris Humphries comes after only 72 days of marriage!
Wow, talk about “keeping things brief”…
If you’ve ever been told that you need to project more in meetings; I have the perfect solution; a Pico, pocket sized handheld projector! These super-compact, super-light, super-awesome projectors can fit into your pocket and project a crisp, bright image up to 60” wide.
My favorite thing about the pocket Pico is that it can wirelessly connect to your computer, smartphone, or camera so your audience can see what you see. Just be sure to turn your phone on airplane mode as you don’t want a surprise sex(t) message from your Albanian mistress during a presentation.
Searching for a Cloud Computing Provider? Make sure you know what to look for!
While it’s important that you do your homework and shop around as you would for any product, picking a provider for Cloud Computing is an especially big decision; so SheBytes wants to give you the tips and secrets on what to pay attention to.
The CEO of Tech Company Yipit knows a thing or two about starting up a startup.
The man behind the magic; Vinicius Vacanti (@vacanti), frequently blogs on his website that shares a name with…umm…himself: viniciusvacanti.com. He writes specifically about entrepreneurship and the roller coaster world of startups, and a recent post really caught my attention.
The Web has come a lonnnnnnnng way since the early 90s; the evolution is quite stunning! We have transitioned from Netscape Navigator, AOL, and dancing babies to online retail stores, video conferencing, and augmented reality. Life without the web is hard to imagine, but it’s even harder to believe that the web has only been around just a few years! Imagine where we will be in 2020 – holographic projections perhaps? Take a stroll with me down digital memory lane as we look at the evolution of two of the worlds most popular websites: Apple.com and McDonalds.com