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The Internet of Everything Will Impact Everything, Including Your Next Tech Job

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is having an enormous impact on business. This phenomenon is completely reinventing the way businesses operate. It is bringing  productivity and competitiveness to higher levels along with opening up many doors to new and exciting opportunities. Companies that are more recently harnessing the power of IoE are excited to realize that it will impact their overall business strategy, not just their technology.

When it comes to IoE, it is important to think transformationally in order to understand what the connected devices involved will be and what business opportunities they will create. A major change to the tech job landscape is just one big aspect of these new business opportunities materializing. In fact, 86% of 1,400 business leaders surveyed by Accenture think that the industrial Internet of Everything will be a net creator of jobs. As IoE takes center stage, a host of new jobs will

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Online Gadget Stores for Your Tech and Gaming Needs


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Electronic devices may not be as essential as food and medicines, but we need them to survive the lockdown nonetheless.

Gadgets enable us to work from home and keep us busy or entertained while on quarantine. More importantly, they help us stay connected to loved ones who are away from us.

You don’t have to wait for what seems like forever to get a replacement for your broken laptop or mobile phone. You can order from an online gadget store and have the item delivered or pick it up directly at the shop.

For your home office or gaming needs, take your pick from this list of legitimate online gadget stores in the Philippines that let you shop from home during the quarantine.

Where to Buy a Smartphone, Laptop, or Any Gadget Online

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Fathers of Technology: 10 Men Who Invented and Innovated in Tech

His impact on technology:
Gerald Lawson created the first cartridge-based video game system, the Fairchild Channel F. That invention pushed the video game industry forward into a flexible, diverse future — a world in which games were no longer married to their hardware (think Pong). Once players could switch games on a whim, game developers and software companies flourished.

The Atari 2600, the original Nintendo Entertainment System, the Sega Master System and many other classic video game systems owe their fortunes in part to Lawson’s vision.

And yet, Lawson is not a well-known name in video game history — or tech history, for that matter. This, despite the fact that he was one of the few black members of the historic Homebrew Computer Club, which counted Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak as members.

 

Where is he now?
Lawson died last year of complications from diabetes.  After spending eight years with

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Georgia Tech graduates more women and minorities with engineering degrees than any other college or university.

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The College’s semi-annual magazine, We Are Engineers, strengthens the bonds between our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends by sharing the stories that impact everyone.

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A Non-Invasive Way of Monitoring Diabetes

Saliva could be used instead of blood to monitor diabetes in a new … read more

ESO Telescope Sees Star Dance Around Supermassive Black Hole, Proves Einstein Right

Observations made with ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) have revealed for the first time that a star orbiting the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way moves just as predicted … read more

Researchers have used a new geochemical tool to shed light on the origin of nitrogen and other volatile elements on Earth, which may also prove useful as a way to monitor the activity of … read more

Low-Cost Imaging System Poised to Provide Automatic Mosquito Tracking

Mosquito-transmitted diseases such as malaria, dengue and yellow fever are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths every
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10 of the Best Tech Stocks to Buy for 2020 | Stock Market News

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The 10 best tech stocks to buy for 2020.

The 2010s, among other things, were characterized by the rapid rise of “Big Tech,” which brought Wall Street its first trillion-dollar empires. Entering 2020, the five most valuable companies traded on U.S. exchanges were all tech stocks. The specter of antitrust regulation is real, but the idea that regulation will bring Silicon Valley to its knees is a fantasy. In another 10 years, technology will play an even larger role in everyday life and markets than it does today, so investors may as well come along for the ride. Without further ado, here are 10 of the best tech stocks to buy for 2020 – and how those picks have fared in a market marred by volatility.

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One of the first trillion-dollar companies on earth, Microsoft

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Must-have tech gadgets to start 2020

It’s easy for technology to turn into digital shackles that keep us tied to work by throwing at us a blizzard of popups, chimes, dings, and other annoyances. But, with a little bit of thought and planning, it’s possible to get technology to work for us and allow us to get more done, have more downtime, and feel less stressed.

Must read: Best gifts: IT pro toolbox and Tech gadgets for non-techies

Here is a small list of my top tech items to kick-off 2020. I have tested everything on this list under real-world conditions, and nothing has found its way on this list based on a snazzy press release. Everything featured here is the tech that I use and rely on daily.

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20-pin USB-C magnetic breakaway connector

A 20-pin USB-C magnetic breakaway connector

Oh, how this has revolutionized my life. And so did the MacBook MagSafe connectors from

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Free Computer Help : Cyber Tech Help

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Cyber Tech Help provides technical support for all Windows, Linux & Macintosh Operating Systems, Computer Hardware, PC Networking, Computer Software, Web & Graphic Design, Internet Browser & E-mail, Spyware, Malware, Computer Viruses & Trojans, and Gaming issues.

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How to Turn an Old Android Device Into a Cool, Useful Gadget | Mobile Tech

By Jack M. Germain

Apr 2, 2020 12:37 PM PT

What do you do with your old Android phones or tablets? That question usually prompts three tired answers. You might trade them in for a new purchase. Or you could resell them on eBay. Probably, though, you will just stuff them in a drawer as emergency backups.

Better options exist, however, that would let you continue to get value from your aging devices. For example, you could download Google maps to create a dedicated in-car GPS navigator, or you could turn them into webcams.

Numerous variations on the webcam theme address almost any modern day surveillance, video or audio application. For instance, you easily could turn your unused Android phone into a weathercam, baby monitor, petcam or nannycam. Streaming images over your home network is a fun project to set up and takes little in the way of extra cost

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