You’ve made the first step in protecting your peace of mind when away from home by purchasing a security camera. But once it’s installed, how do you store all the footage that’s being captured? Just like the hundreds of snapshots you take with the camera you bring on vacations, finding a place to unload all that data can be the trickiest part of planning your at-home security system.
While a lot of industries in the tech field seem to be slowing down (see smartphones and tablets for a good example), there is one industry that seems to just be getting started. Home automation. It may seem strange that while we have had iPhones in our pockets for almost 10 years now, we are just now getting around to building in similar technologies in our homes.
As these cars become increasingly more innovative and connected, companies and organization should keep a number of things in mind. Such items would include privacy, customer considerations, value versus mass, and innovative customer experiences. These four driving forces are truly integral to product development and company innovation.
We have finally reached a point where games and movies are coming out in 4K resolution, looking better than we ever thought possible. Now, 4K requires several components to work properly, including a powerful CPU, a GPU or two that are ready for the graphics upgrade, the right connections to your gaming rig…and of course…continue reading.
Nowadays home renovation is about so much more than simply picking out a new set of curtains, or redoing your kitchen floor. The emergence of new technology has put home automation front and center of any homeowner’s future plans. Things such as home security systems have been around for some time now—cameras and alarms used to make suburban homes more secure.
The U.S. was a country made and designed for cars. The farther cities spread out from each other, the bigger and stronger cars were designed. Today, the entire country would shut down if it wasn’t for the trucking industry bringing goods to people’s neighborhoods. However, the world as we know it is quietly and fundamentally changing too. And that means how cars are operated and function.