Monthly Archives: November 2018

Cloud-Based Training Labs

Cloud-based training is becoming popular among training organizations all over the globe and is replacing the conventional labs. These labs drastically reduce training expenses, cut the infrastructure costs and provide users with all important hands-on experience. When it comes to the Virtual labs, the vast number of training organizations feels value addition, resulting in shift… Read More »

Website Creation Technology

Before committing time and money to any website or blog creation teacher, take some simple steps to introduce yourself to the subject of website technology. Focus on increasing your basic knowledge at little to no cost by gathering information from the following sources. Call your local library. Most libraries now include a bank of computers… Read More »

Appointment Scheduling Software

Scheduling software makes it possible for the clients to book appointments online from wherever they are. Some of the platforms are very good in that they make it possible for you as a business to process prepayments and deposits online. With such an important tool, you are able to handle and serve customers satisfactorily and… Read More »

Designing A Smartphone App

Variable to while planning a Smartphone App Don’t simply port what you need to separate stages after the look and feel ought to be as per the objective phase. Capacities might vary in light of the stage, so engineers need to pick adding to the same application or go to related applications. Institutionalization of the… Read More »

Diverse Less Tech Industry

Looking at the current hiring trend within the IT industry, it is obvious that there are more layers to this issue than the simple prospective pondered in the paragraph above. The industry is struggling to create diverse landscapes of race and culture amongst its employee bases. The “issue” is most apparent when the good old… Read More »

iBeacon With HomeKit

Currently, iBeacon has been largely marketed by Apple for the retail environment. With HomeKit, the home-grown BLE technology by Apple will be accessible to a larger customer base that is setting up a smart home. At its most basic level, the iBeacon will inform Apple’s smart home of the user’s presence when they come home… Read More »

High-End VR Headsets

The most popular VR headsets (aka HMD or Head Mounted Display) in the market today are the Samsung Gear VR, the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. The Samsung Gear VR was released , the Oculus Rift and this was closely followed by the HTC Vive in the following month. The Oculus Rift is clearly… Read More »

Info of Lithium Ion Battery

Working: The Lithium-ion battery pack consist of graphite, oxygen, metal, and of course lithium, which runs in a cycle of discharging and charging. While producing energy, the lithium moves back to the positive cathode across the electrolyte, and while charging, the ions move to the positive anode. This cycle repeats over the course of time… Read More »

Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting has vast servers network and this is mostly pulled in different locations from different data centers. Practical cloud hosting examples are categorized under the (PaaS) Platform as a Service and (Iaas) Infrastructure as Service classifications. Under IaaS offerings the client is offered virtualized hardware resource so that they can install the software environment… Read More »

BGA Rework

There are several “rules of thumb” when zeroing in the process of reflow profile. It is good to learn about the thermal characteristics of the PCB when trying to dial in a reflow process profile. One of the best ways to “learn” about the thermal characteristics of the PCB when there is only one PCB… Read More »