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    • How to Beat a Lie Detector Test

      How to Beat a Lie Detector Test

      The trick to beating a lie detector test is understanding how one works. A polygraph is a device that you are "hooked up" to in an effort to keep track of your pulse and your breathing. What a lie detector does is notice changes in one's breathing and heart rate depending on a question that

    • How to Check if Windows 10 is Genuine or Not?

      How to Check if Windows 10 is Genuine or Not?

      If you just bought Windows 10 license from Microsoft web site, installed Windows and activated it, your Windows is most likely genuine. If you used any third-party software to activate Windows 10, or you bought your license on eBay, then your Windows copy might not be genuine. Main difference between genuine and non-genuine Windows install

    • What does IBM Stand For?

      What does IBM Stand For?

      International Business Machines (IBM) is one of the oldest and is the largest Information Technology (IT) companies in existence today. It currently employs over 300,000 employees worldwide. IBM covers a huge range of IT related products and services which include servers, software services, hosting services, infrastructure services and consulting services in key domains that vary

    • How Do QR Codes Work?

      How Do QR Codes Work?

      What is a QR Code? Before answering the question about how QR codes work, it is important to first understand what a QR code is. In 1994, a Japanese corporation unveiled the Quick Response technology. It has since become one of the most popular two dimensional barcode available and is believed to be faster than

    • How Does the Email System Work?

      How Does the Email System Work?

      Millions of people all over the world use email every day but not too many of them really understand how email works. Between browsers, email clients, email addresses, servers, and ports, it is easy to see how many people are confused by the email system or simply do not care to learn about it. For

    • How Self Inking Stamps Work

      How Self Inking Stamps Work

      A rubber stamp is a ubiquitous item. Almost every office has one. They are the perfect tools for administering to forms, making a signature for a check and helping to advertise your company. While the regular stamp and ink pad has been around it seems forever, the newer self inking stamp is definitely a practical

    • 10 Ways a “Dumb” Phone is Better Than a Smartphone

      10 Ways a “Dumb” Phone is Better Than a Smartphone

      When we shop for a mobile phone these days most of us will probably look for a smartphone with a big shiny touch screen, and a bazillion apps ready to go from the app store. Carriers and mobile shops as well as the tech media are certainly helping this trend. Everybody talks about smartphones and

    • Interactive Whiteboard

      Interactive Whiteboard

      An interactive whiteboard is a digital device capable of interacting with a computer and projecting images in a screen. This device is used for visual presentation in classrooms, workgroups and business meetings. An interactive whiteboard needs to be connected to a computer which generates the actual images or data which are then projected to the

    • How to Open DF Files

      How to Open DF Files

      DF files are data definition files that may have been stored in your directory or sent to you through email. The process on how to open these files remains a constant headache for most people who encounter these types of files. It doesn’t have to be that way. There are simple steps you can take

    • EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code)

      EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code)

      The EBCDIC (Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code) is an extended binary code for IBM mainframes, mid-range computers, and peripheral devices that use 8 bits instead of the original 6-bit format. Although EBCDIC is still used today, more modern encoding forms, such as ASCII and Unicode, exist. While all IBM computers use EBCDIC as their

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