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Introducing our new ratings system

Introducing our new ratings system Earlier this year, we asked for feedback from our community of users and restaurant owners on a new way of showcasing restaurant ratings. We proposed a change in the system where we show two distinct ratings on a restaurant page – Delivery and Dining. The two experiences are completely different for a user and it made sense to ... Read More »

SHOULD I COVER MY LAPTOP CAMERA?

If you’ve ever seen co-workers attend a meeting with tape, stickers, or sticky notes over their laptop cameras, you may have wondered to yourself, “Should I cover my laptop camera, too?” Well, it depends on who you ask. Continue reading as Computer Troubleshooters lays out the reasons for covering a laptop’s camera and whether or not it’s effective at keeping ... Read More »

Design Tool Showdown | Adobe XD vs Photoshop

Numerous well-established design tools are available in the market but a designer has to opt for one that is most appropriate to their needs and workflow. Picking out the best one is another major challenge for graphic designers. This detailed blog gives you an insight into the best design tool for your personal and professional purposes. Looking at the usage stats, you ... Read More »

Continuous fuzzing with ClusterFuzzLite

In the world of software application development, fuzzing is designed to find bugs. Fuzzing or fuzz testing is an automated software testing technique that involves providing invalid, unexpected, or random data as inputs to a computer program. The program is then monitored for exceptions such as crashes, failing built-in code assertions, or potential memory leaks. Generally, a fuzzer will determine it ... Read More »

How you can Get ready for a pc Specialist Career?

Based on the Department at work, the use laptop or computer support specialists or computer technicians is forecasted to develop by 18 percent within the 2010-20 decade.* Within this period, the occupation will prove to add about 110,000 jobs.** If figures could speak, I am certain they are screaming their distance to your mind at this time this is a ... Read More »

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2021) review

Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite was first introduced back in October 2012, so it’s fast approaching its tenth birthday. To celebrate a decade as one of the most popular eReaders around, Amazon has given the range a significant upgrade, with a bigger display, a handy screen-warmth setting as well as some software improvements. So, should you be passing on your old Paperwhite ... Read More »

Game-Changing Project Combines Anxiety Therapy and Video Games

Researchers say tuition and pressure to achieve top grades are just a few of the reasons that today’s young people suffer from increased anxiety and seek therapy. In order to enhance the experience of therapy, a team of students and faculty from Rochester Institute of Technology and St. John Fisher College is designing and building a groundbreaking computer game to ... Read More »

Can South Africa tap into its innovation potential to improve the lives of its citizens?

Some people think innovation is only about gadgets, high-tech industries, and laboratories. But this is only the tip of the iceberg! The truth is that there are many types of innovation that can have a transformational impact on everyday people’s lives. A prime example is Sweep South, an app and social tool developed by a South African start-up that connects domestic workers ... Read More »

Gadget Addiction

Introduction Technology and gadgets are now indispensable in our daily lives. In the past few years carrying a miniature computer (a smart phone) in a pocket has become commonplace. Technology helps advance the human race forward and makes doing mundane things more efficient and repeatable. Technology has helped create the information revolution. With technological advances, devices have evolved to be ... Read More »

High-tech calls for help: Understanding gadget limits

John was in trouble: The 84-year-old wound up on the floor after sliding out of a chair. While unhurt, John couldn’t get up. He lived alone and couldn’t reach his cellphone, house phone, or alert button; all were on a table next to his chair. After three long hours trying to inch across the floor, John remembered that his “smart” ... Read More »