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How to Build a Computer – 5 – Choosing RAM

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How To Make Your PC Run Faster (4 Easy Steps)

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How to Install – Upgrade RAM (Memory) – DESKTOP

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How to install and/or upgrade your computer’s RAM/Memory.

More memory means increased performance

GO TO CRUCIAL.COM to find out what type of memory or how much you need

An antistatic wrist strap or ESD wrist strap is a device used to prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) by safely grounding a person working on electronic equipment. It

computer memory and upgrades or increased computer memory. Upgrades come in a large variety of shapes, sizes, speeds, and capacities. And today’s systems require upgrades designed to very specific standards.
Random access memory (RAM) is the best known form of computer memory. RAM is considered “random access” because you can access any memory cell directly if you know the row and column that intersect at that cell.


How do you Deal with Old Technology?

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008 – We talk about new technology as it comes out quite a lot. While home visiting my parents at this time, I’ve noticed how much my parents are behind the times when it comes to tech. Here in my old bedroom, there’s actually a small television with an antenna on it. That’s right… no cable.

Technology for Developing Regions

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Technology for Developing Regions
Eric Brewer [Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley]

The historic focus of development has rightfully been on macroeconomics and good governance, but technology has an increasingly large role to play. In this talk, we review several novel technologies that we have deployed in India and Africa, and discuss the challenges and opportunities of this new subfield of EECS research. Our flagship project has been the development of long-distance WiFi for rural connectivity and its use for telemedicine in rural India. Working with the Aravind Eye Hospital, we currently supporting doctor/patient videoconferencing in 24 rural villages at the rate of roughly 5000 patient exams per month and over 80,000 to date. More than 14,000 people can see today that could not see before these exams. Finally, I argue for a new model of development that is much more decentralized that traditional top-down large-scale projects, and that leverages not only the Internet, but decentralized funding in the form of microfinance and remittances.


Dr. Brewer focuses on all aspects of Internet-based systems, including technology, strategy and government. He has led projects on scalable servers, search engines, network infrastructure, sensor networks and security. His current focus is high technology for developing regions.

In 2000, working with President Clinton, Dr. Brewer helped to create, the official portal of the United States Federal government. Among other accolades, he was recently named an ACM Fellow and elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

Did you know? Technology.

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This is an amazing video about stuff we never knew.

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Welcom to New Technology

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Amazing Technology is coming soon.
It’s like the movie, “Minority Report”

Microsoft NEW Technology Microsoft Surface

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No more Keyboards

Extreme Makeover: Computer Science Edition

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Stanford artificial intelligence researchers have developed software that makes it easy to reach inside an existing video and place a photo on the wall so realistically that it looks like it was there from the beginning. The photo is not pasted on top of the existing video, but embedded in it It works for videos as well – you can play a video on a wall inside your video. The technology can cheaply do some of the tricks normally performed by expensive commercial editing systems.

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Barack Obama – Computer Science Question

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Barack Obama gets asked a computer science question by Google CEO Eric Schmidt.

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