The best architectural drawings of 2021 © Pezo von Ellrichshausen To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or ArchDaily continues a seven-year tradition of celebrating the best architectural designs of the year. From paintings to collages to blueprints, the 2021 edition highlights a carefully curated collection ofRead More →

In the hit 2002 science fiction film Minority report, Tom Cruise’s character John Anderton uses his hands, sheathed in special gloves, to interface with his transparent, wall-sized computer screen. The computer recognizes his gestures to enlarge, zoom and swipe. Although this futuristic vision of human-computer interaction is now 20 yearsRead More →

There’s a new book that’s in the crowdfunding stage that aims to tell the story of the golden age of old computers and retro games and consoles from the 1980s and 90s. This is the era of the ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Vic 20, Dragon, Oric, Sinclair QL, Memotec MTX,Read More →

Microcomputers are an interesting part of the history of computing and video games. In the 80s and 90s, the home computing revolution led to a large number of microcomputers on the market across the world. This means that if you want to start collecting microcomputers, knowing which system to chooseRead More →

The first draw for Ohio’s Vax-2-School program takes place on Monday, but winners won’t be announced until next week, according to the Ohio Department of Health. Winners will be announced daily on Ohio Vax 2 Schools Instagram and Twitter from November 29 through December 3. “Each day for the nextRead More →

PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller introduced more immersive gaming experiences with its special rumble features. However, many gamers like to have different options for gamepads depending on their preference during gameplay. Although there are not many standard third-party options, some companies create custom versions of the PS5 controller. . Here areRead More →

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – General Micro Systems (GMS) in Rancho Cucamonga, CA introduces the X9 SPIDER 3U OpenVPX single board computers for deployed military, aerospace, or rugged applications. The X9 SPIDER offers 455 gigabits per second of I/O throughput, alignment with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) technical standard, andRead More →

In previous centuries, it was common to tie the operation of a program to the clock speed of a computer. As computers got faster and faster, programs tied to that slower clock speed sometimes had trouble running. To temporarily fix the problem, some early 90’s computers included a “TURBO” buttonRead More →

Quantum computers, to some extent, are the modern equivalent of 1950s computers. Image: IonQ With all the excitement around quantum computing coming from researchers, businesses, and even governments, it’s tempting to envision a future in which Amazon Prime Day deals include enticing discounts on next-generation quantum computers, ready to beRead More →

MICROSOFT fought off the biggest “DDoS attack” in its history. The massive cyberattack involved tens of thousands of computers, most of which were spread across Asia. 1 Microsoft revealed a huge cyberattack that it managed to blockCredit: Microsoft Cyberattacks are increasingly common and highly sophisticated. One of the most commonRead More →

HP, Lenovo, Dell, Acer, Samsung, Dynabook and, of course, Microsoft itself are among the PC makers that have presented the most impressive Windows 11 offerings. Michael Goldstein, president and CEO of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Microsoft partner LAN Infotech, which is also a member of CRN’s Security 100,Read More →

Personal, courtesy of Acer As microchips have become more and more powerful, the need for a large desktop computer has diminished, as has the size of the computers themselves. These days it’s possible to get a competent machine just over the size of a hardcover book, and there are evenRead More →

The computer and office equipment industry is the backbone of businesses, including service and manufacturing companies. This industry deals with computers, computer hardware and peripherals, software, and office machinery and equipment. However, demand for products in the computer and office equipment industry varies with the level of business activity. Let’sRead More →

Shapr3D introduces Drawings functionality and a new business plan, steps into MCAD heavy territory with more to come. Budapest, Hungary-based Shapr3D today introduced its highly anticipated drawings feature, along with new pricing tiers. Application for repositioning drawings The award-winning iOS app, now also available for macOS, disrupted the industry withRead More →

While most would agree that 3D models are the future of construction planning, the vast majority of construction projects today are still based on 2D drawings. Traditional designs remain the most accessible choice for most professionals, and construction companies are looking for technology tools that offer useful features in aRead More →