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5 Smart Home Upgrades To Help You Sell Your Home

If you’re planning to sell your home, having a few smart features could sweeten the deal and make it that much easier to sell. Here’s our list of the five best smart upgrades to look into if you’re selling your home.

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Encourage your Young Photographer without Breaking the Bank

Photography is a wonderful hobby, and it needn’t be just for the adults! Our 6-year-old is obsessed with taking photos and videos. She’ll fill up the memory of every photo-capturing device in our home if we give her half a chance.

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Apps for a Night on the Town

Going out for a night on the town is cool. Well, it can be. Is it just me or can it also be kind of hard work? I mean, it’s all well and dandy to put your fancy shoes on and head out into the big city, but without a plan of attack you could well end up sitting in Taco Bell at 9 pm with nothi

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Best smart outdoor upgrades for Summer

If you’re interested in home comforts and cool gadgetry, it’s likely you’re well acquainted with some of the amazing new smart technologies which can make the inside of your home more comfortable, more fun and more secure.

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Neurocontrolled Devices on the Market: Technology Overview

One of the most striking aspects of neurotechnological innovation is the sheer variety of fields of human endeavor it’s likely to revolutionize. Name an activity that involves thought and using a device and neurotechnology looks set to upend how it’ll get done.

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Health technology in 2018

In the first half of 2017 alone, an estimated $3.5 billion was invested in healthcare technology. While it’s difficult to estimate the trajectory of this huge and rapidly growing market, it’s safe to say the health industry is being transformed by emergent healthcare technologies.

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A virus is a malicious type of software. It’s usually made up a small piece of code which attaches

If you’re planning to sell your home, having a few smart features could sweeten the deal and make

The brain is the most complex system in the known universe. We are on the glowing, LED-illuminated e

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We hear this one fairly often from our customers. Many assume that the fan on their computer isn’

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Photography is a wonderful hobby, and it needn’t be just for the adults! Our 6-year-old is obsesse

Going out for a night on the town is cool. Well, it can be. Is it just me or can it also be kind

There’s a lot of free software out there on the Internet. Some of it is pretty good. Very occasion

Your computer’s graphics may be the first thing you notice when you’re on your computer but qual

Purchasing a new computer can be pretty exciting. It looks so shiny and perfect when you first power

After several weeks of Summer vacation, you may have noticed your couch has developed permanent chil

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If you’re interested in home comforts and cool gadgetry, it’s likely you’re well acquainted wi

In the first half of 2017 alone, an estimated $3.5 billion was invested in healthcare technology. Wh

Spyware is software which stealthily captures your data and sends it to a third-party without your p

The first computer hard drive sported a whopping data storage capacity of 5 megabytes - roughly the

When looking at smart home technology it’s easy to focus on the upfront costs of getting all that

Neurotechnology will absolutely change how we think. We’re talking about a technology that interfa

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There’s a lot to love about Summer. Blue skies, golden evenings and the complete absence of additi

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Security is a challenge for any networked technology. However, neurotechnology raises the stakes con

Let’s be honest here. Buying a new PC is exciting. Absolutely, it’s a decision best made with a

When it comes to technology, there’s a proverb called “Murphy’s Law” which kind of rings tru

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The most common question we’re asked at Nerds On Call is, “Do you offer computer repair near me?

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A hard drive (often abbreviated to HD or HDD) is the part of your computer which stores your data.

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RAM (short for Random Access Memory) is a kind of temporary data your computer needs in order to run

Computers are a complex system of hardware components. Each has its own specific job and all work to

A network card (short for network interface card) is the hardware which connects your desktop comput

Through neurotechnology, we will see an ever-increasing number of devices controlled by thought, fro

Is your computer slower than it used to be? Is it crashing a lot? Are odd error messages or unwanted

One of the most striking aspects of neurotechnological innovation is the sheer variety of fields of

Your computer’s central processing unit (CPU) is the part of your computer which is most responsib