technology

How Does The Internet Work?

In this video, we are going to dive deep into how precisely does the Internet work. Because here’s the thing that we use every single day and we simply take it for granted. So before we begin developing impressive websites and web applications for others to reach through the Internet, we must know the fundamentals …

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How Does A Cooler Work?

Introduction   A cooler is just like a simple and straightforward way of cooling your home, office and other places. It is just like a breeze flowing across a lake and this breeze reduces the temperature and has a relaxing cooling influence on people. However, before knowing about the way it works, you have to keep …

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How does a jet engine work?

The jet engine is an internal combustion engine that utilizes air as a moving fluid. The engine of the jet engine obtains chemical energy from fuel and changes it into the mechanical energy by using the gaseous energy of the air as a moving fluid to drive the engine and propeller, which, in turn, move …

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Future Of Drones

On a bright sunny day in the August of 1849, the streets of Venice were crowded with happy faces celebrating Festa della Madonna della Salute. The revelers had little idea that soon, the sky above them would not only put an end to the festivities, but also would lead to their country’s surrender to Austria. …

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What are Sensors, Detectors, and Transducers?

Sensors, detectors and transducers are electrical, opto-electrical, or electronic devices composed of specialty electronics. They are sensitive materials and are used for determining if there is a presence of a particular entity or function. Introduction Many types of sensors, detectors, and transducers are available including those for detecting a physical presence such as flame, metals, …

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Engelbart’s Law Explained

“The better we get at getting better, the faster we will get better.” This was quoted by Douglas Carl Engelbart, a key pioneer of the kind of computing we do today – interactive, graphic and personal. Engelbart’s contribution to the IT sector is immense, Engelbart’s law being one of the most significant. Engelbart’s Law is …

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