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Tires That Never Wear Down

16 Mar

What if your tires never wore out? Recently Goodyear introduced a concept tire that regenerates itself by inserting a pellet into the center of the tire when the treads get low. The pellet produces a chemical reaction and begins to regenerate the treads based on a substance from spider webs. If you are interested in the future of automotive technology, check out this article.

Get A Slice Of Raspberry Pi

9 Apr

Are you a Raspberry Pi fan? Their mission is to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world. You build a small and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming.

If you are interested getting in computer programming and want to have fun at the same time, then you should check out it. Raspberry Pi is perfect for Educators and Parents looking for something exciting to introduce to students. There are computing clubs in your area such as Code Club, CoderDojo, and Raspberry Jams – there isn’t a shortage of interactivity!

Finding Places To Charge Your Car

24 Aug

Do you have an electric car? Did you know that PlugShare is a good resource for finding places to charge. You can also sign up for EVGO and Chargepoint so you can access the fast chargers. If you don’t want to sign up, then you may find charging stations at Walmarts and Dunkin Donuts. However you’ll have to check stores individually because availability varies from location to location. Where do you recommend charging your vehicle? 

Satya Nadella: Ideas For Tomorrow

1 Jul

Recently Satya Nadella, the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft, was interviewed by CEO and President Toby Cosgrove of the Cleveland Clinic as part of an educational series calledr Ideas for Tomorrow. The crowd at the InterContinental Hotel in Cleveland sat glued to their seats as the thought provoking Nadella shared his thoughts on business and where technology is going. Learn how entrepreneurs can continue to innovate and thrive in this new world. Understand how your business can continue to grow and how Microsoft has turned itself around under his leadership.

Benefits of Adding Technology to Your Home

29 Apr

Technology is a wonderful thing, but not everyone is necessarily tech-savvy. Millennials are more tech-savvy than their parent generation, but it’s time for all homeowners to consider the many benefits of becoming a bit more tech-friendly at home. When you add smart technology to your home, you benefit your home, your finances, and your life in various ways. Technology might seem like a silly upgrade to some, but it’s an investment for many homeowners. Technology is beneficial in any home, and there are numerous examples as to why.


No matter which type of technology you add to your home, you are going to find it’s more convenient than not. If you choose to add tech-savvy appliances, for example, you’re going to find the convenience of being able to control your appliances from anywhere in the world is wonderful. You are at work and want to preheat the oven so you can pop dinner in as soon as you get home. It’s the only way you’ll have dinner ready to serve before everyone has to leave for a ball game or practice, and now you can preheat your oven with the click of a button from your smart phone from work, from the car, or from anywhere else so it’s possible. The convenience of smart technology makes the world a much more enjoyable place.


Your safety matters more than anything, and your smart technology can help with that. A smart doorbell allows you to capture the person ringing it on camera. If that person is casing your home, you now have his or her face on your camera if you find yourself robbed in the hours or days following that suspect doorbell ring. Your alarm can be set from an app on your phone if you are ever worried you forgot to set it before leaving on vacation. Home automation makes it much easier to function when you’re home as well as when you’re not.

If you purchase smart outlets, you can avoid turning the car around because you’re worried your flat iron is still plugged in or that you left the iron on. These outlets allow you to turn off the power to any outlet from your phone, so your iron, flat iron, or other hot device turns right off. Your home has never been safer.


Few things beat the cost-effectiveness of smart tech in the home. The best example of smart tech is a smart thermostat. It gets to know your living habits, so it knows when you’re home and when you’re not. It knows when you prefer your home cooler than usual or warmer than usual, and it knows your habits. You can also adjust the thermostat from your phone from anywhere in the world. Say you’re leaving on vacation and forgot to turn the air up. You don’t need to cool your home to 72-degrees when no one is there for a week. You can turn it off, and then turn the air back on before you get home so you arrive to a nice, cool, comfortable house.

It also allows you to turn on the heat and air at the same time, which is beneficial for those who live in places with odd weather. A Florida family, for example, might appreciate being able to set the heat for 73 overnight and when it’s cold while also setting the air conditioning for 76 if the temperature rises significantly throughout the day.

Smart tech is more than just smart. It’s good for you and your family. It saves you money, it provides you with more convenience, and it makes your life easier. You might not realize just how valuable it is until you have it, but it won’t take long for you to realize you never want to live without smart technology at home again.

Teched Out House Of The Future

22 Jan

Have you wondered what a house of the future may look like? What technology could you be using on a daily basis in the next 25 years? Will you have lights powered by water? Could you have orbital washing machines? How will smart floors work? Will your refrigerator be based on NASA technology? How would your life be altered by a robot helper? Could your bathroom have self-cleaning tile? In this article, discover what a house of the future may resemble.