Mobile communication has firmly entered our lives and has become absolutely familiar. But there are many facts that most of us do not even realize. Here are some of them. Kostenko Maxim, Shutterstock.com Cellular or Mobile? Is soup and food the same? On the one hand – yes, on the other – not really. Anyone understands that soup is a type of food. A mobile phone is a device with the help of which we can stay in touch, moving within a certain territory, as opposed to a stationary one. Therefore, a mobile phone, a satellite telephone, and a cellular phone familiar to everyone, which can be used within the coverage area of a cellular network, can be attributed to mobile phones. Continue reading
The list of the best gadgets for children includes Griffin MyPhones headphones. Buyers are invited to purchase for their kids headphones of various models. They have been developed with the aim of maximum care and preservation of the child’s hearing health. Volume sound volume is limited to 85 decibels. For comparison, the volume of speech is about 60 decibels, and the MP3 player does 120 dB. The peculiar design of children’s comfortable headphones in pink and blue colors distinguishes them from the usual headphones for adults. Yes, and the low cost of the invention will please and make the purchase available to middle-class users. Continue reading
More and more often, we can see such codes on our streets: in advertising posters and booklets, on business cards or on the packaging of a purchased item. If you have not yet encountered such codes, then this means that you were simply not very attentive. Look around and I am sure that the QR code will surely catch your eye.
What is this code and how does it work?
The abbreviation QR is derived from the English words Quick Response, which translates as “quick response” or “quick response.” A QR code is a two-dimensional bar code that can contain a sufficiently large amount of encoded information (for example, up to 7089 numbers or 4296 letters and numbers). Continue reading