Category: Science and Technology

What are the Challenges of Social Media?

Published on January 3rd, 2020 by

Social media is the only platform where we can connect with others, share our opinions and contents. But now every social media website is facing modern-day issues which are the biggest challenge to overcome as soon as we can, otherwise, this freedom can disturb the law and order. Let’s see what the challenges of social[ Read More ]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Incandescent Bulbs

Published on December 22nd, 2019 by

Incandescent bulbs are the traditional source of light. Most of us have used these bulbs because it was inexpensive to buy. With modern technology and an increase in energy cost, almost everyone is switched to LED bulbs. However, it is common to see incandescent bulbs in remote areas and villages. Such bulbs are made of[ Read More ]

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What is 5G? The Future of Mobile Networks

Published on November 10th, 2019 by

South Korea, UK, and Germany are already ahead with the latest 5G mobile network by early adopting the new technology. Recently, US carriers have launched some sort of 5G mobile connectivity, side by side India is also planning for the same. Over the last 4 decades, each G (Generation) introduced a new enhancement that we[ Read More ]

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What is Jitter?

Published on September 9th, 2019 by

In networking terminology, the term “Jitter” is used to define variations in latency during a continuous data transmission session. One should always aim for the lowest possible jitter in order to experience a lag-free networking experience; especially when you are dealing with real-time video and voice calls. Causes of Jitter Over a Network There are[ Read More ]

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What is Mixed Content Warning on a Website?

Published on September 6th, 2019 by

The mixed content warning occurs when you are using HTTPS (secure connection) and a website is loading both secure (HTTPS) as well as non-secure (HTTP) contents. For instance, suppose a website is just installed an SSL/TLS certificate and enabled HTTPS. If most of his resources still load on old HTTP connection then it is mixed[ Read More ]

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