Electronic Waste

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Electronic waste, e-waste or junk technology refers to all electrical and electronic products that have been discarded or discarded, such as computers, phones, televisions and appliances. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) electronic waste is all electricity powered device whose useful life has expired. The Basel Convention in turn defines e-waste as any equipment or unable electronic component to accomplish the task for which they originally were invented and produced, and these to be disposed become…

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Uses and abuses of technology

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The use of technological equipment led to changes in the behavior of many people, whether they use it professionally or personally. We can not inevitar technology is present in our daily activities, and this is not bad as it is good to have media as effective as the phone or the Internet, as are communication tools, fun or entertainment, the problem It arises from the use Cando passed Abuse, and as a limit situation when any are these media does…

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Closer to have a the Apple iWatch

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The intelligent clock apple company could come in October 2014 iWatch What time is it? If you check your iWatch, you may find that this is a text message beyond a Twitter notification, but if the current environment, we find that we are living a great moment of portable technology. After over a year of waiting, the iWatch is finally a reality. But we are still about to see a watch with some surprise by the functions they will present,…

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Forty years after the first cell phone call

April 3, 1973, New York. A suited man walks through Sixth Avenue and goes unnoticed, until suddenly pulls a mysterious object and begins to attract the attention of passersby. The man was Martin Cooper, at that time he was Director of Research and Development at Motorola, and what was holding was the first prototype of “personal phone” Motorola DynaTAC. After much time spent, Cooper was prepared to demonstrate the operation of the device at the New York shocked and told…

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Apps that kill the battery of your phone and how to prevent it.

It always happens, when we need it, our phone always die at crucial moment of the day and this makes us suffer because we are incommunicado, so this never happens again, are some apps that will help us save stack our biggest competitor. It happens to everyone, no matter if we Android user or iPhone, the risk of complaints about battery life are many; is one of the most common problems among users of smartphones and unfortunately there are not…

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ISO 20000 and IT Service Management

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ISO / IEC 20000 is an international standard that establishes the requirements for certifying the delivery of IT services. The series ISO / IEC 20000 standard published by the ISO and companies (International Organization for Satandardization) and IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) on December 14, 2005, is the internationally recognized standard for IT service management (Information Technology) . The number 20,000 comes from the adoption of the BS 15000 series developed by the British company standards, the British Standards Institution (BSI).…

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SNAPCHAT: The application to send messages that self-destruct after a while

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Snapachat, the app was created to send photos and videos that will self-destruct soon have two years of life and is currently revolutionizing the market. SNAPCHAT Remember the popular phrase “This message will self-destruct in 5, 4, 3 …” was the TV series and movie spy ‘Mission Impossible’, now coming back into fashion, but for a messaging application increasingly popular . But why use an application without memory, the content does not last more than seconds; and which very successful…

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Google Glass: What You Need to Know

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Is the Glass Project represents the next big step in mobile communications? Google Glass The Glass Project is a research and development program of Google, to develop augmented reality glasses; product (Google Glass Explorer Edition) will be available to developers Google I / O for $ 1,500 DLLS in mid-2013, while the consumer version will be ready later this year. The purpose of Google Glass display information would be available for smartphone users without using the hands, also allowing access…

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The challenges of cyber security in the 21st century

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Cyber security: Part of the security that deals with crimes committed in cyberspace and the prevention thereof. In February, the International Safer Internet Day is celebrated with the goal of promoting worldwide a responsible and safe new technologies, especially among children and young people use. International Safer Internet Day is celebrated Sid 2013- in over 70 countries around the world and is dedicated to curbing the famous digital divide. Promoting dialogue and collaboration between generations, under the slogan: GET CONNECTED…

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How the Internet will be monitored after Snowden Revelations?

The uproar over the revelations of former American intelligence agent could strengthen the argument of those who want more control over the internet, as many experts dare to envision. The revelations of former CIA agent opened the discussion on monitoring the network: Is it a necessary measure to maintain the safety of a country or is a violation of the privacy rights of users? While all eyes have been focused on the whereabouts of Edward Snowden, a few days ago,…

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