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Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages

Accelerated mobile pages, or AMPs, are a product of Google set up to rival Facebook Instant Articles. They are designed for mobile phone searches and will load up pages faster when they are accessed directly via a website or via a search engien results page. The speed of loading can be up to four times faster. AMPs are important in today’s mobile search-driven world. Big players in the field, like Google and Facebook, need to […]

The Magic of Name Plates

It is always a matter of pride when you see your name being flashed in front of people. It gives you an edge over other people and getting yourself branded is one of the best feelings in the World. Metal Name Plates is a way to flash your name and your pedigree in front of people without boasting or exaggerating anything about yourself. The sole objective of any nameplate is to express the name of […]

5GIC Innovation Centre Collaborating With Digital Greenwich To Plan Future Cities

Surrey University’s 5GIC Innovation Centre have partnered with Digital Greenwich; the Royal Borough of Greenwich smart city project. With a vision to plan and build cleaner and greener smart cities for the future. The project will be a collaboration between 5GIC and Digital Greenwich, where 5GIC will provide the technological foundations of the smart city project, and the Royal Borough of Greenwich will be the platform where the new innovative technologies will be applied and tested to commercial based […]

How Does An LCD Monitor Work

An LCD screen works by a matrix of tiny light transistors that have two states; off an on. On a typical screen there will be millions of these and each one represents a pixel that is to be displayed on the screen. There is polarised light behind the first and second layers of an LCD screen, which is filtered by liquid crystals in the second later; the liquid crystals don’t actually emit light, they merely control the light that passes […]

Well Known USB Connectors Set to Be Replaced By USB Type-C

For years now the USB connection (Universal Serial Bus) has been part of computers, devices and peripherals. There has been an USB Type-B connector to connect “USB Type-A to USB Type-B” from a computer to a printer, which has slowly been been phased out over time in favour “USB Type-A to USB Type-A” male to male set of connections in either side of a USB cable. There have also been enhancements for micro USB connectors to connect a mobile device to […]

Cycling Through Computers

Some of the pre-built systems companies, and average users use last a while, but mostly they are undisturbed internally and chug along just fine as they are. When swapping out the parts for new parts in the event of failure, it’s usually a sign that the system has begun it’s decline; the eventuality of ad-hoc swapping results in a prolonged nightmare were a system will only get slower and slower over time. The older the system […]

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