ⓘ Technology is the skills, methods, and processes used to achieve goals. People can use technology to: Do things we already do, but more easily. Produce goods or ..

CGI

CGI is an abbreciation, that can stand for: Computer-generated imagery - using computer graphics in movies Common Gateway Interface - a technology used on web servers

Go (programming language)

Go, also known as Golang, is a statically-typed concurrent programming language made by an engineer team at Google. The current version as of April 2021 is 1.16.3.

Pure, White and Deadly

Pure, White and Deadly is a 1972 book by John Yudkin, a British nutritionist and former Chair of Nutrition at Queen Elizabeth College, London. The book is mainly about speaking out against sugars and its harmful effects, such as obesity and heart disease. The book and other research done by Yudkin has been mocked by the sugar industry despite the proof from other studies.

Clario Tech

Clario Tech is a security software development company that offers consumer-facing digital security and privacy applications for use on a range of operating systems including iOS, Android, macOS. Clario Tech currently has more than 800 team members in various worldwide locations. The workforce consists of software developers, marketing specialists, security researchers and customer support agents. In 2019, the company announced it would invest $30 million during 2020 to develop its cybersecurity products and make them accessible for all.

Kobe Institute of Computing

Kobe Institute of Computing; Graduate School of Information Technology is a private university in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.

Xihu metro station

Xihu is a metro station in Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Wenhu Line, whose station code is BR16. This station is unusual among other stations on the Wenhu line in that the concourse level is located above the platform level.

Peer-to-peer file sharing

Peer-to-peer file sharing is the sharing and distribution of digital media using peer-to-peer networking technology. P2P file sharing allows users to access files, like movies, books, music and games using a P2P software program. There is an ongoing discussion related to the economic impact of P2P file sharing. The economic effect of copyright infringement under peer-to-peer file sharing on music has been controversial and hard to determine. Some unofficial studies found that file sharing had a negative impact on overall record sales. The United States Motion Picture Association of America ...

Wybren van Haga

Wybren Ridley van Haga is a Dutch independent politician, formerly a member of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy and Forum for Democracy. Van Haga studied engineering at Delft University of Technology and worked at Shell in Gabon, Scotland, and Oman. He was director of a homecare organization called KennemerZorg and exploits real estate. He was a member of the municipal council of Haarlem from 2010 to 2017. Since 31 October 2017, he has been an MP, until September 2019 for the VVD, until December 2020 as an independent MP, and until May 2021 for the FVD. Since 13 May 2021, he has ...

Thatgamecompany

In late 2005, Jenova Chen and Kellee Santiago, students of the Interactive Media Program at the University of Southern Californias School of Cinematic Arts, began thinking about creating their own video game company. The two had just released a video game - Cloud - that they had developed with several other students. The game was a success. This circumstance allowed students to think about creating their own company. The games should evoke emotions in players. Digital distribution was popularity at the time. The two saw it as opportunity to create games without financial risk of retail dis ...

Drug lord

A drug lord, also called a drug kingpin is a criminal boss who controls a sizable network of the people involved in the illegal drug trade. Such people are often hard to bring to justice, for they are not usually in possession of something illegal. Examples of drug lords are Pablo Escobar, Griselda Blanco, Frank Lucas, Joaquin Guzman and Manuel Noriega. Drug lords have started breaking the larger drug cartels into much smaller groups. With newer technology, drug lords are able to manage their business better from behind the scenes. They usually keep themselves off the FBI and DEA lists. Th ...

Maritime science fiction

Maritime science fiction is a subgenre of science fiction that is set in a maritime environment such as a lake, an island, an ocean or a coast and usually features futuristic maritime technology and fictional marine life forms such as seamonsters. The best known and earliest work of maritime science fiction is 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea.

Planned obsolescence

Planned obsolescence is an idea in economics and product design. Planned obsolescence is when someone makes a product so that it will wear out after only a short time. It will either stop working, work much worse than before, or be unfashionable. This way, the person who bought the product must buy a new one sooner than if the old product had lasted a long time. This is often called shortening the replacement cycle." Planned obsolescence works when company selling the product has few or no other companies making the same product, because the consumer has few choices. Before choosing this s ...

Ougri festival

The OUGRI is an annual cultural and technical festival organized by the National Institute of Technology, Manipur. Its name is derived from the ancient cultural dance and music performance, Ougri of the Lai Haraoba festival. There are many events organized in the festival, which includes sports, battle of bands, modern dance and cultural dance, DJ-night, mock placement, men soccer and LAN gaming in the NIT Manipur campus, Takyelpat. The bands that participate in the battle of bands in the year 2015 include Agro, Freedom Band, Karima Band, MIT, Dominik, Abundant Life, Virgo Diamond, Riverte ...

Webdings

Webdings is a typeface made out of dingbats. The design was made in 1997 by Vincent Connare, Sue Lightfoot, Ian Patterson, and Geraldin Wade. It was put in Microsofts collection of typefaces called the Core fonts for the Web. Many of the characters from Webdings were put in Unicode in version 7.0. One of the characters is a levitating businessman. Vincent Connare made the character look similar to the logo of 2 Tone Records. It was put in Unicode with the code U+1F574 MAN IN BUSINESS SUIT LEVITATING. The character of a lightning bolt was made to look similar to the one in David Bowies albu ...

Time crystal

A time crystal is a quantum system that has repeating periodic oscillations of one or more physical measurements in its ground state when seen over time. Just as an ordinary crystal is seen to have its atoms arranged in repeating patterns in space, so a time crystal has a repeating patterns that occur over time. In 2012, the American Nobel Prize winner Frank Wilczek proposed the concept of a time crystal. In 2017 the atomic physicist Chris Monroe and his group found evidence of oscillations in optically excited chains of ytterbium ions with the behavior predicted for time crystals but not ...

Swift xi

Swift-Xi Inc. is an American-Japanese joint venture between Swift Engineering Inc. and Kobe Institute of Computing. It is in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture. Swift xi provides data, logistics, and operations of autonomous and robotic technologies in Japan and around the world. The Chairman & CEO of the company is Hiro Matsushita, a former driver in the Champ car series and the grandson of Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic.

Virtustream

Virtustream is a provider of cloud computing management software. It is a subsidiary of Dell Technologies. Virtustream is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in Atlanta, Bangalore, Dallas, Frankfurt, Kaunas, London, San Francisco, Santa Fe, Sydney, Tokyo, and Washington D.C. Virtustreams global infrastructure includes data centers located in Frankfurt, Japan, London, Paris, San Francisco, Seoul, Sydney, Las Vegas, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Virginia.

Olympia LePoint

Olympia Ann LePoint is an American author, a speaker and rocket scientist who specializes in helping audiences unleash the brain’s power. She is CEO of OL Consulting Corporation & Publishing.

Golam Murshed

Golam Murshed was born in a prominent family in Chapainawabganj, the north-western district of Bangladesh and a part of the Rajshahi Division. He passed SSC from Harimohan Govt. High School in 2004. He was graduated from Islamic University of Technology IUT with a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering after completion of HSC from Notre Dame College in Dhaka.

Non-fungible token

A non-fungible token is a way of proving that a digital item is the only one of its kind in existence and therefore cannot be copied or reproduced without the owners knowledge and consent.

Competera

Competera is an artificial intelligence platform that helps online and offline retailers with portfolio pricing using price recommendations on an SKU and full category level.

Shawn Fanning

Fanning released a preliminary beta program of Napster and soon, hundreds of college students at Northeastern were trading music. Fanning was named to the MIT Technology Review TR100 as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35. He opened a new company, Snocap, along with Jordan Mendelson Napsters Chief Architect, and Ron Conway. In late 2007, Snocap laid off 60% of its workforce. The ValleyWag wrote an article that Fanning had long left Snocap and began to collaborate with another venture, Rupture. The ValleyWag article stated that the failure was largely due to Snoca ...

AI Song Contest 2020

The AI Song Contest 2020 was the inaugural edition of the AI Song Contest, organised by the Dutch public broadcaster VPRO, in collaboration with NPO 3FM and NPO Innovation. It was held at 8:30 pm on May 12, 2020 and was held in the Netherlands, presented by Lieven Scheire. Thirteen teams from eight countries took part in the contest. The contest was won by the Australian team Uncanny Valley with the song "Beautiful the World".

Ayuba Wabba

Wabba was born in Borno State, Wabba attended school in Kawo. He went to Imo State University. He was at Houdigbe North American University,Institute of Peace and Development, Israel; Royal Institute of Public Administration, London; Whaton Business School, USA from where he obtained various diplomas including PGD, Public Health and a Master’s degree in Public Health MPH. He served as president of the National Union of Health Technology Students at the University.

Abhijit Ashok Paul

Abhijit Ashok Paul is an Indian Film Director. young up-coming filmmaker and an artist also. in 2015 he got his first award for his first short film named SCRIPTED, recently he got Jury Award for his film Chhipi - The Cap in International Science Film Festival by Ministry of Science & technology. His recent film Am I? got first prize in Marching Towards Atmanirbharta by NFDC & Ministry of Information & Broadcast. His film Pencil was winner in the competition named #spooksrk by Redchillies Entertainment.

Haider Ali Khan

Haider Ali Khan is an Australian entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of Netly PTY LTD. He is a well-known Australian entrepreneur, investor, author, and cyber security expert.

Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II

The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is to happen in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in 2022 for the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II becoming the monarch of these places on 6 February 1952. If she is still the British monarch at the right time, she will be the first one to have a platinum jubilee. In the United Kingdom, another bank holiday will be made and the normal May bank holiday weekend will be moved to the start of June to make a special four-day weekend. The British government says there will be a "once-in-a-generation show" that will have the best art and technology in it ...

Wenhu Line

Wenhu Line is a line of the Taipei Metro in Taipei, Taiwan. Also called the Brown Line, this was the earliest line of the Taipei Metro. The line connects Taipei Zoo to Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center. You can transfer to the Tamsui-Xinyi Line at Daan, to the Bannan Line at Zhongxiao Fuxing or Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center station, or to the Songshan-Xindian Line at Nanjing Fuxing. In the future, transfers to the Circular Line can be made at Taipei Zoo or Jiannan Road station. The line currently consists of 24 stations with station codes from BR01 to BR24.

RNA-Seq

RNA-Seq is a technique that is used to obtain snapshots of the continuously changing RNA landscape within a cell. RNA is a nucleic acid, like DNA, with many fundamental biological roles in when, where, and by how much genes are turned on. Classically, sections of DNA are copied to RNA which are decoded into proteins that carry out cellular functions, but RNAs also have many roles that fall outside of this framework. RNA-Seq is typically used to analyze the amount of each genes RNA is present in experimental samples i.e., gene expression, as well as changes made during RNA processing. RNA-S ...

Oleksii Prokhorenko

Oleksii Prokhorenko is a Ukrainian entrepreneur and business strategist. Founder & CEO of GT Invest. Member of the board at Ukrprompostach.

B.O.C Road, Perumbavoor

It is located between Harihara Iyer Road, Marikkar Road and Aimury Road. It is a residential area with private residences and business establishments. The neighbourhood has a resident welfare association called B.O.C Road Residents Association registered under the Ernakulam District Residents Associations’ Apex Council EDRAAC. The Association is registered to the Perumbavoor municipality and assigns registration numbers for buildings in the locality. The official PIN Code is 683542. B.O.C Road is separated into three wards - Taluk Hospital, Asramam and Pooppany. Pooppany- Ms. Valsala Ravik ...

Davids Sling

Davids Sling, formerly known as Magic Wand, is an Israel Defense Forces military system being jointly developed by the Israeli defense contractor Rafael Advanced Defense Systems and the American defense contractor Raytheon, designed to block enemy planes, drones, tactical ballistic missiles, medium- to long-range rockets and cruise missiles, fired at ranges from 40 km to 300 km. Davids Sling is meant to replace the MIM-23 Hawk and MIM-104 Patriot in the Israeli arsenal. The systems Stunner missile is designed to stop the newest generation of tactical ballistic missiles at low altitude, suc ...

                                     

ⓘ Technology

Technology is the skills, methods, and processes used to achieve goals.

People can use technology to:

  • Do things we already do, but more easily.
  • Produce goods or services
  • Carry out goals, such as scientific investigation or sending a spaceship to the moon
  • Solve problems, such as disease or famine

Technology can be knowledge of how to do things. Machines are examples of embed. This lets others use the machines without knowing how they work. Technological systems use technology by taking something, changing it, then producing a result. They are also known as technology systems.

The most simple form of technology is the development and use of basic tools. The discovery of fire and the Neolithic Revolution made food easier to get. Other inventions, such as the wheel and the ship, helped people to transport goods and themselves. Information technology, such as the printing press, the telephone, and the Internet, has led to globalization.

                                     

1. Etymology

The word "technology" comes from two Greek words:

  • τέχνη, techne, meaning "art, skill, or cunning of hand"
  • -λογία, -logia, a suffix meaning "the study of"
                                     
  • Information technology or IT is a term that encompasses all forms of technology used to create, store, exchange, and use information in its various
  • TPV Technology Limited is a Chinese electronics company. It is headquartered in Kwun Tong, Hong Kong and incorporated in Bermuda. It designs and produces
  • The Office of Science and Technology Policy OSTP is a department of the United States government, part of the Executive Office of the President EOP
  • The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology German: Bundesministerium fur Wirtschaft und Technologie is a Federal Ministry of the Federal Republic
  • 36316750 IONIS School of Technology and Management IONIS STM is a French private graduate school in information technology computer science, energy
  • The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities IATH is a research institute at the University of Virginia in the United States. It specializes
  • The Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. MIT has five schools and one college, and it has 32
  • The Georgia Institute of Technology is a public university school for after high school in Atlanta, Georgia. It is also known as Georgia Tech. It focuses
  • The California Institute of Technology called Caltech for short is a major American research university in the city of Pasadena in the state of California
  • The Illinois Institute of Technology IIT is a private university in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is one of the best universities in the United
                                     

Samsung Galaxy A32

Samsung Galaxy A32 is a smartphone made by Samsung that released in 2021. It has a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display and 48 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP cameras.

                                     

Samsung Galaxy A52

Samsung Galaxy A52 is a smartphone made by Samsung that released in 2021. It has a 6.5-inch Infinity-O display, 64 + 12 + 5 + 5 MP cameras and IP67 waterproofing.

                                     

Samsung Galaxy A72

Samsung Galaxy A72 is a smartphone made by Samsung that released in 2021. It has a 6.7-inch Infinity-O display, 64 + 12 + 8 + 5 MP cameras and IP67 waterproofing.

                                     

Carver Mead

Carver Andress Mead is an American scientist and engineer. He currently holds the position of Gordon and Betty Moore Professor Emeritus of Engineering and Applied Science at the California Institute of Technology. He taught there for over 40 years. He is known for his works with Lynn Conway.

                                     

Toshiki Sumitani

Toshiki Sumitani 炭谷俊樹 is a Japanese academic and businessman. He is the current President of Kobe Institute of Computing - Graduate School of Information Technology, the position he has held since April 2010.

                                     

Wanfang Hospital metro station

China University of Technology Wanfang Hospital Taiwan Police College Jingfu Community Taipei Municipal Wanfang Senior High School Xinghua Elementary School

                                     

Gangqian metro station

Lishan Elementary School Neihu Sports Center Lishan Junior High School Taipei Flower Market Neihu Community College Lishan High School Taipei Municipal Nei-Hu Vocational High School Neihu Technology Park Guanshan Riverside Park

                                     

Godot

Godot is a free and open source game engine. It can be used to make simple 2D games. It can also be used to make 3D games, but not very efficiently compared to other game engines. It is released under the MIT license. It currently uses OpenGL as its only renderer, but Vulkan support is planned to be added soon.

                                     

Ian Shearer

Ian John Shearer was a New Zealand politician. He was a member of the National Party. Shearer was born in Whakatāne, New Zealand. He was a member of the House of Representatives from 1975 until 1984. From 1981 until 1984, Shearer was the Minister for the Environment, Science and Technology and Broadcasting. Shearer died on 1 June 2021 from problems caused by idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis at his home in Whakatāne, aged 79.

                                     

T-ICU

T-ICU Inc. is a Japanese company with a team of Intensive Care Specialists which provides medical support to doctors remotely, especially for the Intensive Care Unit. The headquarters is in Kobe, Japan