Life outside the web of wires
Fish skeletons, a family of cheerful brothers who do not need watering overgrown with ivy, power lines on the desktop and other creative devices will help prevent tangling of the…

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6 most expensive supercomputers, which amaze with their power
The first Atlas supercomputer appeared in the early 60s and was installed at the University of Manchester. It was at times less powerful than modern home computers. In our review,…

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Review of iconic Apple computer models
January 3, 1977 was created the first computer company Apple. Our review will tell about the iconic models of personal computers of the legendary company from Cupertino. Apple I became…

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Multifunctional Tablet PCs

Choosing a new technique, each of us first pays attention to the practicality of the gadget and its functionality. And since we all want to get the best device at an affordable price, our review presents 8 high-tech tablet computers that every middle-income person can afford.

1. Unusual tablet – EyesMap, which can scan objects
The Spanish company Ecapture has developed its new device called EyesMap. Continue reading

If you do not have antivirus
On Lifehacker today published an interesting article about how to survive on a computer running Windows, without having in the arsenal of antivirus software. The note is quite interesting and…

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What is Bit and Byte?
Let's see what a bit and byte are. A bit, the smallest unit that measures the amount of information. One contains little information as opposed to a group of bits.…

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What to look for when building a computer
Assembling a computer includes two slightly different concepts. The first is planning and assembly on paper or on the Internet for all the “spare parts”, and the second is when…

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What is an internet browser?
Day after day, for many years now, we did not hesitate to go on the Internet, check email, communicate with people, read news ... And we don’t attend the thought…

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