Technology Explained

If technology has you confused, this is the place to be. In Technology Explained, we’ll do our best to break complicated topics, and convey them in a way everyone can understand

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How To Care For Your Hard Drives And Make Them Last Longer

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What Is Solar Energy And Why Hasn’t It Taken Off?

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How Does Bitcoin Work?

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What Is RSS and How Can It Improve Your Life?

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Common Mobile Display Technologies You Should Know

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What Is Data Corruption And How To Prevent It

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What Is Refresh Rate?

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What Is DLNA, And Is It Still Used?

11th July, 2014
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What Is A Megapixel?

6th July, 2014
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What’s The Difference Between An E-Reader and A Tablet?

27th June, 2014
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AirPlay vs Bluetooth Speakers: Which Do You Actually Need?

25th June, 2014

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10th June, 2014
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What Is A Headphone Amp And Do I Need One?

3rd June, 2014
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10 Wrong Ways To Set Up Your Wireless Network

27th May, 2014
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RAM Speed Not Running as Advertised? Try Turning on XMP But Watch out!

26th May, 2014

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What Is A Megapixel?

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Megapixels are one of the most common ways of advertising the quality of cameras, especially relatively low-end cameras aimed at the mass market likes the ones in typical smartphones.

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How Does Bitcoin Work?

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About a year ago when the Bitcoin train was just starting to gather steam, a friend turned to me and asked, “So why can’t you just copy a Bitcoin?”

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