Independent of space and device
As storage options vary, personal and corporate usage rates scale up. Instead of purchasing a new storage device, a secure Cloud service seems more reasonable. The chances for smartphones, laptops or tablet being stolen or damage is higher than someone hacking your Cloud account. Since Internet speed has increased, it is natural for Cloud technology to become widespread.
Cameras used in boiling temperatures and freezing cold
Personal storage products are also equipped with new technologies. For example, action cameras are able to record between 85 degrees Celsius, which is close to boiling point, and minus 40 degrees Celsius. The flash disk UHS-I Class10 Industrial Temperature microSD card, which was developed by Kingston Technology, offers storage between minus 40 C and 85 C without any problems. Standing out with its 90 MB/s reading and 45 MB/s writing speed, the new microSD card provides maximum performance in extreme environment. The UHS-I Class10 Industrial Temperature microSD card comes in four capacity choicesof 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.
Red notifications: A common pain
The red color and number on unread messages, email or social media notifications have become a pain for many of us. Indeed, it has even become something that causes stress. Some people feel guilty when they do not look at or read unread notifications on social media. Unfortunately, this is a kind of psychological problem. However, many telecommunications, banking and retail companied have to respond all emails all the time. Some global companies are indifferent to working regulations in Turkey as staff are supposed to respond to emails even at night.
Flowing social media comments
Smart phone users have difficulty controlling how many followers like their photos or whether followers write good or bad comments. Such expectations can create a competitive atmosphere. BlackBerry was the first example of users not being able to leave unread messages. This is why it was subjected to limitations by Canada a while ago.
Last days for Technology Awards
We are counting the days of the 12th edition of the Technology Awards in Turkey. There are 36 projects on the shortlist of the competition organized by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜB‹TAK), Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV) and Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜS‹AD). For the competition, 216 applications were submitted and 170 of them were accepted. Among the participants on the short list, 20 percent are small companies and another 20 percent are medium size ventures. Around 15 percent are micro companies and the rest are large companies. Almost 75 percent of the companies are participating in the competition for the first time.
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