Dos and don’ts of great website design

A well-designed website will help you to promote your brand, sell your products and services, and keep customers loyal; conversely, a bad website can cause your visitors to leave and possibly never return. What tricks do you need to your website designers to employ to ensure you have a website designed with all the things it needs to succeed? Image Credit Website design dos – Do think about the type…

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HP Specter x360, a stylized convertible that aspires to conquer us for its portability and interesting autonomy

HP Specter x360

It is not the finest in the market. And not the lightest either. Even so, the figures of this Specter x360 are attractive enough to attract the attention of those users who are looking for a stylized convertible that is not too lazy to wear for a good part of the day, when necessary. And it has a thickness of 1.36 cm in the thinnest end and weighs 1.26 Kg. As you can see, they are very interesting figures…

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What is the RCS? The messaging protocol with which Google and the operators want to retire to the SMS

RCS

Today we are going to explain what the RCS is, the technology that the operators want to happen to the SMS as a standardized messaging system. It is a modern successor to the classic text messages of a lifetime, but it will offer many of the options that we already have available in other messaging applications over the Internet. Let’s start by explaining exactly what the RCS is and who is behind this…

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The story of Creeper, the first computer virus ever programmed

Creeper

“I am a creeper … catch me if you can!” The year was 1971, and this message began to appear on several ARPANET computers. At that time, nobody had seen anything like it in the computer world, a program that replicated itself and spread from one node to another through the network. The program was called Creeper (creeper), and today is considered the first computer virus in history. It was not a malicious program, and it simply traveled through…

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Tablet shopping guide for kids: What to watch and 9 recommended models?

Tablet shopping guide for kids

Giving a tablet to a child, either for his/her birthday, first communion or without celebration in between usually includes a decision phase on which model is the most indicated, what benefits should have, the best platform for your safety as well as maintaining a tight budget. In this shopping guide for tablets for children we comment on the best models we can buy and their characteristics within different price ranges…

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Intel delays for the umpteenth time the arrival of its 10-nanometer CPUs, Whiskey Lake will repeat in 14 nm

Intel Whiskey Lake

Intel resists Moore’s law. The company worked like a clock with that unstoppable Tick-Tock cycle that assured us lithographic jumps every two years, but those were other times. We have been using Intel 14-nanometer processors for four years, and it will be at least another year until we see the first CPUs manufactured with a 10- nanometer process. Brian Krzanich explained the difficulties of a jump that is still resisting and that returns to make the image of this giant…

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro, facing the challenge of maintaining the best quality / price in a higher range

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro

Although much more known for its family of smartphones and accessories of all kinds, laptops make up a range of Xiaomi products that are more than interesting in what almost always stands out the Chinese brand: quality / price ratio. The Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro is one of the products that is most expected officially outside of its native market after its presentation. Right now it can only be obtained through import but we should…

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Eleven crowdfunding projects that managed to finance themselves but then failed miserably!

crowdfunding projects

According to Kickstarter, 78% of the projects that at a certain moment managed to raise more than 20% of their goal ended up being financed successfully. Collective financing, or crowdfunding, has allowed the initiatives of hundreds of people to be financed regardless of whether a large investor takes the plunge. Now creativity is in everyone’s hands and anyone can collaborate. But for a campaign to achieve its goal does not guarantee the success of the…

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Xiaomi already has a smartphone for gamers and is called Black Shark

Xiaomi Black Shark

The Chinese manufacturer does not stop: after the introduction of the super Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S and the expansion of its range of laptops with the Xiaomi Mi Gaming Laptop now comes a new bet in the field of mobile for gamers : the Xiaomi Black Shark. The configuration of this new device is very similar to that of Mi Mix 2S, but all these hardware features are added interesting options such as a curious Bluetooth gamepad to offer…

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Nvidia DGX-2, this is the world’s largest GPU-based personal supercomputer: 2 petaFLOPS for only $400,000

Nvidia DGX-2

In the framework of the GPU Technology Conference (GTC), Nvidia has released several interesting announcements highlighting the new version of its DGX system, which is a kind of personal supercomputer focused on artificial intelligence tasks. In fact, the first model, the DGX-1, was presented to Elon Musk in 2016 for the work of OpenAI.

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