E-waste (electronic waste) is the term used to describe any electronics that are considered no longer useful. Technology is constantly and rapidly evolving and improving, which leads many electronic products to become “trash” within just a small time frame. Improper disposal of electronics can lead to major negative impacts on the soil, air, and water components of our environment.
While loyal Apple aficionados are excited for the upcoming launch of the latest, coolest, and most expensive smartwatch in the market, others are not so positive about it. Most of those who are not so enthusiastic about this latest gadget from the makers of iPhone have issues regarding its price. The price for Apple Watch, which will be launched on the last Friday of next month, ranges from as low as $350 to as high as $17,000.
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The Internet of Things is coming — to refrigerators, washing machines, TV sets, cars and coffee machines near you. And as many of you know, consumer technology has a way of filtering down to the enterprise sector, so it’s not hard to envision an entirely new profusion of devices at work soon.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the connected devices above, yet it can also apply to wirelessly connected devices called wearables. Smartwatches and fitness trackers like the Nike Fuelband are the most commonly seen IoT devices right now, yet even they are just a narrow subset of the whole trend.
The latest in the television technology bandwagon is digitization. Everyone talks about it but only a few understand it. The government of India has passed an ordinance which makes it mandatory for digitization of the cable services. This amendment makes Digital Addressable System (DAS) compulsory. Even with two phases of digitization over, the impact of digitization is not yet fully registered in the country. Indian consumers are yet to fully grasp the concept of digitization and how will they be empowered by digitization.
Here is an attempt to answer some of the frequently asked questions