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Technologies Review | April 25, 2019

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Cartoon Network Bring the Best Selection of Online Games for Kids

September 19, 2012 |

Cartoon Network has been a favourite for many kids for generations and they never seem to cease to entertain. They show some of the most popular cartoons of all time and don’t neglect the classics either. You can watch your favourite cartoons online, on the channel; you can even play the games online.

Online games for kids are proving popular like never before with the selection that Cartoon Network has to offer. The best characters from many years of cartoons can be played with and give the gamer a chance to be a part of the fun and entertainment. The games are so much fun and are varied and sophisticated enough to be enjoyed by many. As there are hundreds to choose from, you can be sure to be kept busy for a very long time!

Play with Ben 10, Scooby Doo, Batman, the Powepuff Girls, and many more. The games are varied in action, … Read More

The Race for Communication: Man and Machine

September 5, 2012 |

During the oil boom of the 1970’s, West Texas oil production companies and gas processors depended on telecommunications equipment to monitor remote pump stations. If a unit lost power in the wee hours of the morning, an auto dialer called an operator at a 24-hour answering service. The operator then called someone to trek out to the field and correct the problem. As technology improved and live operators were replaced by automated systems with alarming speed, telephone lines were used to page repair technicians and send digital notes to doctors after hours. With the stunning speed of technology and innovative new products today, people are scarcely needed to facilitate machine-to-machine conversation or repairs—however, humans may rely more on machines to speak to other humans.

With the upcoming election in November, U.S. residents are probably seeing an uptake in the number of prerecorded voice mail messages they receive from political survey takers and pollsters. Hurricane season … Read More

Adam vs The iPad

March 10, 2010 |

If ever there is to be a comparison ala the David vs Goliath then this is to be that. Even as Steve Jobs came out of his retirement to unveil yet another jewel to his oeuvre, the iPad for critics and cult followers alike failed to create the same kind of magic and hoopla that was created by the devices that preceded it.

iPad, like all of its predecessors was a design marvel but lacked few of the key features the Apple cult followers were seriously expecting it to come equipped with, now for one the amount of competition for iPad like devices. Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and Sony’s eReader each have their own amount of market penetration and have each in their own way justified themselves to be the best. The iPad does so many functions that one is pretty bemused of what he has to call it.

And then … Read More