Archive for January 2018

Computer trends 2018

IT seems to be growing again. Gartner forecasts worldwide IT spending will increase 4.5% this year to $3.68 trillion, driven by artificial intelligence, big data analytics, blockchain technology, and the IoT. Digital transformations are fashionable. You won’t find an enterprise that isn’t leveraging some combination of cloud, analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning to better

Finland is the Mobile Data Capitol of the World – IEEE Spectrum It seems that we really need 5G in Finland before 4G slows down too much due high use of it. Several factors make Finland a potential sandbox for 5G developers: the average person in Finland used about 20 gigabytes (GB) of mobile data in December 2017, a dramatic rise from the 2016 average of

Audio and video trends 2018

Here are some audio and video trends for 2018. Buying headphones in 2018 is going to be a fragmented mess because of a silent goodbye to the 3.5mm audio plug, Majority of new headphones introduced at CES were wireless and there are several different wireless systems. Bluetooth audio has historically sacrificed sound quality for convenience

SMD soldering videos

SMD stands for Surface Mount Device and they are components that you solder on the surface of a circuit board.Soldering them is somewhat different from soldering “traditional” through hole mounted components. There are many SMD soldering tutorials, for example How To Do SMD Soldering Using a Soldering Iron and Sparkfun Surface Mount Soldering Tutorials. Youtube

OpenSSH Server Best Security Practices This page shows how to secure your OpenSSH server running on a Linux or Unix-like system to improve sshd security. Read also how to only allow ssh login using SSH keys

Artificial Intelligence Recreates Images From Inside The Human Brain | IFLScience This looks like wild sci-fi: A team of researchers say they have used machine-learning to recreate images in our brains, from pictures subjects were looking at to things they remember seeing. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the team said they were able to reconstruct images seen by our brains.