What is a QR code?
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…

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Interesting facts about phones
Calls to work, calls to family and friends, we call every day and do not even think that we make an average of almost 1,200 phone calls per year. And…

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How to write an intelligent SEO text? Simple rules
Article promotion is the foundation of the basics. This is one of the ways that experienced webmasters use in their practice. If you like working with text, have written good…

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The very first phones in the world

Before the appearance of the usual phones for us, their prototypes existed. But electric phones did not become the height of achievement, they were replaced by mobile (portable) phones, which have found wide application. Prototypes of the first phones An ancient prototype of a telephone existed among the Persian king in the sixth century BC. It was a service, which consisted of about thirty thousand people. They were called “royal ears” and, being located within earshot on the watchtowers and hilltops, they transmitted messages to the king and orders from him for great distances. Continue reading

What will smartphones and tablets be in 2030?

Reto Meier, who works for Google’s Android Developer Advocate, is also a renowned futurist.
Having studied the trends in the development of modern technologies, he outlined his point of view on how smartphones and tablets will look in five, ten and twenty years.

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What is a QR code?

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

Website creation and promotion: how to correct?
In our time, progress does not stand still and his majesty comfort flourishes successfully in developed countries. For example, today you can run your business without leaving your home. In…

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Interesting facts about mobile phones that you didn't know about
We use a mobile phone daily. Anyway, most people do. The current generation is almost impossible to imagine the times when there were no mobile phones. Why is that? Because…

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Wi-Fi fears and horrors: is there any truth in each bike?
"Invisible Killer" - so called Wi-Fi by some world scientists. The main thesis against wireless Internet is the constant radiation in which residents of large cities are located. Is Wi-Fi…

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What can be dangerous social networks?
Since the advent of social networks, their popularity has been growing every day. And it is so high that almost every user of the Internet is registered in one or…

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