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Lifestyle & Trends - Technology
Top technology trends for 2013 that make your life easier
Whether you are a college student, working parent or empty-nester, modern life has never been busier. Luckily, a variety of technology innovations are dramatically affecting the way we live, helping us streamline our routines, reduce stress and maximize each minute of the day. Which new technologies are proving to be indispensable?
Decluttering advice for those drowning in digital chaos
Smartphones, tablets, desktops, laptops, e-readers and music players - most of us have more than one digital device in our lives. Juggling so many devices and trying to sync data among them can leave you feeling like you're drowning in digital chaos. If you're looking to declutter your digital life, getting a handle on your music is a good place to start.
If you find yourself wondering how you ever got along before your smartphone, laptop and GPS, you're not alone. Technology is so much a part of how we go about our days that we often take it for granted. However, in many cases, houses haven't caught up to the same technological standards as the gadgets people carry with them 24/7. But that's all about to change, as new ideas begin to revolutionize the way we view our homes.
Trends provide guidance as technology shapes careers landscapes
The saying goes: success is when preparation meets opportunity. As technology continues to affect our lives, workers in today's ever-changing labor market need to be prepared with skills to adapt and succeed in the workplace.
Quick tips for getting the most out of your smartphone camera
Today, the majority of adults have a mobile phone, and we're using it for far more things than simply making phone calls. According to a 2012 report from The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, of the 85 percent of American adults who own a cellphone, 85 percent use their cellphones to take photos. With a few tips and tricks, you'll be able to take amazing photos with your phone's camera and impress your friends.
Ever wondered how much data the world uses in one minute? [Infographic]
Every 60 seconds, our networks have to process 240 million emails, 1.3 million videos watched on YouTube and 100,000 people sending a Tweet - and in 2013 these numbers will be even higher. By 2015, the number of network devices is expected to double the world's population, making our demand for network bandwidth even larger. Companies like Intel are creating solutions for network providers that will boost performance to handle the increasing network traffic.
Innovations inspire high school girls to become next generation of female innovators, change the world through STEM
When the high school class of 2014 graduates from college in five years, more than 8 million jobs will be available in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). For students today, STEM is their future.
At 4 years old, your child is probably adorable. But your 4-year-old PC - not so much. If you find you have plenty of time to brew coffee, prepare your cup, drink it down and start on the next while still waiting for your PC to boot up in the morning, it may be time for a new computer.
Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, at some point you'll likely find yourself searching for a new job. And as you start your job search, it's important to understand the impact your use of social media may have on your career.