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People often think of virtual reality as a solely recreational pursuit, but doctors and scientists are using the technology in a variety of therapeutic ways, helping people recover from psychological and physical ailments.
It used to be that every home and office needed a printer. Now that's not such a necessity, but are we really ready to give up printing?
Being a futurist sounds like nice work if you can get it. But you have to do serious analysis and research before you can make predictions. What else do futurists have to know?
If you've ever lamented how overstuffed your wallet is or how it's putting a crick in your back, fear not: Its digital doppelganger is here to save the day. Well, maybe. We weigh the pros and cons of e-wallets in this article.
Therapeutic Ways to Use Virtual Reality
Is printing still relevant?
What's a futurist?
How Digital Wallets Work
- Computer Hardware
- Computer Peripherals
- Computer Security
- Computer Software
Think you can keep your teen safe on Facebook by simply avoiding the topic? Good luck. Get ready to talk with your child about balancing the fun of social networking with the dangers of bullies, predators and an everlasting digital footprint.
At 9:30 a.m., your friend updated her Facebook status with, "got the job!" which triggered five thumbs ups and a "w00t!" Does the fact that you know this make you a distracted or productive employee?