How to Learn to Fly Your New Drone

Posted on: 12 January 2017

If you have purchased a new drone and are excited to start using it, you will want to first make sure that you have all of the knowledge needed. This way, you will not break any laws or cause damage to the personal property of other people. You will also be less likely to crash your drone. All you need to do is to make sure that you making use of some of the helpful suggestions about how you can go about learning to properly fly your personal drone. [Read More]

Don't Have the Money to Hire an IT Staff? Choose Managed IT Services Instead

Posted on: 9 January 2017

If you own your own company, you know how important it is for your computer network to stay up and running. If your network goes down, then no one in your building can access the Internet, which could be detrimental for your business. If you do not have the money to hire an IT staff full time, you can choose managed IT services to provide you with the services you need. [Read More]

How A Piezoelectric System Will Soon Allow California Highways To Generate Electricity

Posted on: 28 December 2016

Cars traveling over roads have the potential to create a new source of energy by capturing wasted energy. The idea is to install piezoelectric generators under the surface of the road. As cars pass over the roads, the energy from the wheels pressing down on the road and the weight of the vehicle will activate the generators. The electricity from the generators will be captured and sent to batteries for storage. [Read More]

Turn Your Property Into A Smart Home: Convenient Features That Can Help You Save Money And Time

Posted on: 7 December 2016

After reading some smart home reviews, are you interested in turning your property into a smart home? You may have watched videos to learn a lot about the technological advances that have been used to create these extremely futuristic properties. You may not necessarily have to move to a new place just to enjoy some of the convenient features that come along with smart homes. In fact, you can have several of these features installed inside of your own property so that your life will become even easier, such as light controls, temperature monitoring and advanced security. [Read More]