Paklap Tech News

  1. The relationship between technology and healthcare

    Technology improves on the daily. Our smartphones learn the way we type and provide personalised suggestions right above the keyboards on our phones. The latest cars have multiple engine settings based on the terrain you are driving on and adjust to the way you drive. Supercomputers crunch unfathomable amounts of data to make accurate models and predictions of when the next recession might hit (they probably didn’t detect COVID-19 too well, though).

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  2. The effects of technology on mental health

    The next time you’re at a public place, let’s say a mall or a cafe, look around you. You’ll see little children playing games on their iPads, teenagers taking photographs of their food for longer than it takes them to eat it, and adults ready to pounce at their phones as they hear the first ding or buzz from it. We do realise that technology has changed our lives and is continually shaping the way we view the world around us. How many ask the most avoided question, though? Can all of this have detrimental effects for us? We usually focus on our physical health whenever the word “health” pops into our heads. We go to the gym, we jog, we eat our greens and take our vitamins and get our 8 hours of sleep. Is that enough? Is that all that health is?

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  3. TECHNOLOGY PLAYING A MINDFUL ROLE IN THE 21ST CENTURY OF FASHION

    Technology is an essential part of our daily lives now as it’s a sum of advanced techniques, skills, methods, also processes used in the production of goods or services that help accomplish an objective.

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  4. PS4 vs Xbox One: choosing the correct console

    Provided that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a surge in global sales across all gaming console platforms, you might also be considering stepping into the world of gaming with the purchase of a new console for yourself.

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  5. Old Refrigerators V/S New refrigerators

    Refrigerators fall into the list of major appliances as they are used in food preservation in daily household, commercial and in institutional functions.  Unlike small appliances, they are large and are fixed at a particular location. They consume more electricity.

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  6. OLD WATCHES vs SMART WATCHES

    Can we spend even a day without looking at a watch or a clock? Without checking what time it is? Even when there is nothing important to do such as having to attend a meeting or going to a place of work? For most of us the answer has to be no and this fact itself tells us how important watches or clocks are. Have you ever wondered how watches were invented? Let’s find out!

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  7. iPhones

    All smartphones have their advantages and drawbacks. If you’re looking to shop for a replacement smartphone, you’ve got an enormous decision to make. The likelihood is that you’ll probably find yourself choosing between the iPhone and Android. Both brands are on the top list of smartphones used worldwide.   So here is a complete guideline formed for buying an iPhone which is very helpful for customers all over the world.

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  8. MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro

    Welcome to the Apple world, once again, where connections start on facetime and Siri looks up contacts for you. We must say wow; we adore the technological world we reside in, right? At least, most of us do! Apple laptops, or say “MacBooks” have always been part of the “beautiful” laptop group.

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  9. THE LIFE OF SMARTPHONES

    With the advent of smartphones, the world found itself speeding up and multitasking with everything in life. The world folded up into our palms and our visions from the likes of ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Back to the Future’ started taking shape. A journey that began with Apple’s iPhones was joined by Google Android, and slowly but smoothly took over the world of smartphones.

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  10. The various uses of virtual reality

    Virtual Reality (VR) has been the headline of headlines in the tech industry in recent years. Its ability to immerse its users in a virtual world has propelled Virtual Reality to new heights, beyond that of just gaming. Let’s be honest here, whenever someone mentions the words “Virtual Reality,” the first thing that pops into one’s mind is gaming. Your next thought is probably “Oh, here’s another VR headset I can’t really afford.” The truth is, VR stems beyond gaming, and has uses in multiple industries, that drive innovation and promote safety through its virtual world. VR is still in relatively early stages but has potential that could change the world, just as the invention of WiFi did in 1998.

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