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When a character dies in a video game, their death throes are often unintentionally hilarious because of the weird movement. But software is getting progressively more impressive at mimicking natural movement.
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.
Wireless technology has freed users from a sea of cables. How has it changed printing specifically?
When it comes to smartphones and tablet PCs, apps are where it's at. But as addicting and fun as they are, applications are as vulnerable to safety concerns as any other piece of software.
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Wireless networks are easy to set up and inexpensive. They're also increasingly common, and have even become a value-add for many businesses. Whether you're at home or out and about, odds are you can connect to the Web via WiFi.
Although you might not use the term "unified communications" on a daily basis, chances are you practice its principles fairly often. Businesses especially use it to combine technologies, reduce costs and make things more efficient.