Posts Categorized: Technology

Impact of Technology on Generation Z

Growing up, many millennials had computers and other electronic equipment at their homes. Despite this, it took them some getting used to for them to master the use of computers, gaming consoles, and cellphones. However, it seems like children from Generation Z can unlock smartphones before their even able to speak. Generation Z refers to… Read more »

Can Cellphones Detect HIV?

In 2012, a detailed research paper was published by the National Institutes of Health. The objective of the research was to understand the role of cellphones in helping infants in Zambia who were diagnosed with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The study concluded that the texting of HIV test results significantly reduced the time between… Read more »

How to Make Your Smart Home Safe for Your Kids

Raising kids isn’t always easy, especially when you’re dealing with the ultra tech-savvy generation Z. Chances are your kid probably knows how to unlock your iPhone before he or she even begins to speak.  Living in a smart home has its perks. By outsourcing mundane tasks to machines, you won’t have to worry about switching… Read more »

4 New Technologies for Older Adults

Recently, there has been a surge in the ‘aging’ population of America as more than 10,000 adults are turning 65 each year. It is expected that by the year 2060, 1 in 4 Americans—or approximately 98.2 million people—will be 65 years or older. The good news is that the technology industry is stepping up to… Read more »

A $600 Million Deal with UK-Based Firm Secures Critical iPhone Technology for Apple

Apple has inked a $600 million deal to take control over Dialog semiconductor—the power management company at hear of its iPhones. The deal would see Apple acquire certain assets, and over 300 staff members of Dialog. $300 million will be paid upfront for the deal while the remaining amount would be payment for product delivery… Read more »

How New Technology Could Revolutionize Africa’s Agricultural Sector

Providing jobs to more than 40% of the world’s population, agriculture is the world’s single largest employer. Additionally, it is the main source of income for poor, rural population, which happens to be most of Africa. While agriculture in Africa is, by and large, a successful sector, it has room for improvement, improvement which new… Read more »