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381: Robots Will Go Where Humans Cannot
Many people have thought for years that robots would walk beside humans one day. No one would have guessed that day would come so soon.

382: Putting Pictures Onto Your iPod
The iPod isn't going to revolutionize photography in the same way it and other MP3 players have changed the way we listen to music. That said, the colour screen models are a very nifty step up in terms of the gadget's evolution, allowing you to get your computer's existing library of digital images into your pocket in a form that can be viewed on the iPod's own screen or via a TV.

383: Learn About Optical Disk Drives
There was a time not so long ago that the only disk drives you had on a computer was the infamous 3 1/2 inch floppy drive. The monstrosities have been out dated numerous times by different drives including zip drives and now optical disk drives.

384: Everything About External Hard Drives
Most computers these days have a built in hard drive that almost equals the amount of memory it has. With these hard drives getting bigger and bigger and being capable of holding ever more information you wouldn't really think that external hard drives would really be needed.

385: The Evolution of Computers
With the introduction of the first computers to businesses and corporations everywhere, while some people were excited, others felt threatened. They were afraid that computers would take the place of humans and they would lose their jobs.

386: Guide to Digital Forensics
Computer forensics or digital forensics is a term in computer science to obtain legal evidence found in digital media or computers storage. With digital forensic investigation, the investigator can find what happened to the digital media such as emails, hard disk, logs, computer system, and the network itself. In many case, forensic investigation can produce how the crime could happened and how we can protect ourselves against it next time.

387: How the Price of Flash Drives Have Changed
Over the years the price and the amount of storage flash drives contain has changed ridiculously. IBM being the first to release the flash drive to the public, released their 8MB flash drive in December of 2000. At this time this would cost you several hundred dollars.

388: Smart and Productive Technology For This Decade Now
Wow! What a decade, it felt like a century of events from tragedies to breakthroughs. One true fact is starting this year, any possibility you can imagine can be yours. There are two distinct possibilities when it comes to your future/career choice, which is either being a small business owner or being part of a large corporation; maybe a hybrid of both.

389: CNC Controller
Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) is a terms used to describe machine control modified through the use of programmed set of instructions specifically operated to perform a certain task. These commands are encrypted on a storage medium compared to those pieces of machineries that are controlled mechanically like, for example, operating a lever or hand wheel to make a machine perform certain actions.

390: How to Take Good Care of Your Computer
This article explains the different ways that you can keep your computer clean and up-to-date. It also explains the importance of doing so.

391: A Brief Introduction of HTML
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the text markup language currently used on the World Wide Web. If you have ever written a school a report or business memo, you have encountered text markup. Your document probably came back to you covered in red ink,courtesy of your teacher or boss.

392: The Importance of Smiley Faces - Emoticons Online
Ever wondered why smiley face symbols and smiley face clip art is so popular online? There is actually a scientific reason behind it! Don't believe me? Read on to find out more.

393: Internet Development
What is the INTERNET? Internet is a global network that connects computers and computer networks using Internet Protocol. First of all, the term Internet means the network within the network.

394: Cloud Communication
For those who are unaware, cloud is just a better definition of hosted. Instead of owning and maintaining your hardware and software which cost a premium to setup, you could be running off a hosted environment, where you pay a monthly fee, where you might be so happy as if you walk on the clouds or run lousy as a nasty cloudy day. As individuals we are all very cloud dependent, and we love it not only because it simplify our lives it give us the freedom and opportunity to stay in touch and in control, and above all it is free.

395: Evolving Computers and How They Are Used
Can you imagine not needing your hard drive? How about Holographic meetings and conferences? That is only a few things the Grid will offer. The Grid evolved from the early desire to connect supercomputers into "metacomputers" that could be remotely controlled.

396: Is Quantum Computing Closer Than We Thought?
Scientists and researchers at the University of New South Wales have recently come closer than ever before in the development of quantum processing by successfully placing a single electron on a silicon chip. This is the basis in forming a qubit which when combined with multiple other qubits, creates a quantum processor.

397: The Pros And Cons Of Current Computer Operating Systems
An operating system (OS for brevity) is responsible for the coordination, management of activities, and resource sharing in a computer. Without the OS, it is impossible to operate these devices. The three most dominant computer operating systems found in the market today are Windows (manufactured by Microsoft), MAC (by Macintosh/Apple Computers), and Linux (by Linus Torvalds and his partners).

398: Digital Video Formatting
Whether you want a video file with high resolution or need something more compact to email to a friend, you can find a format that will work for you. Listed here are the most common.

399: Web Information and Its Life-Cycle Management
Today in the era of globally expanding businesses, global workforce working behind the business it becomes indispensable to avoid the management of the information life-cycle. An enterprise is a global business having huge amount and variety of information being produced and used every business minute.

400: The Effects of Computer Technology on Our Everyday Lives
These days, the computer technology industry is rapidly growing and changing. Along with that growth and change of computer technology are the people who almost instantly adapt to the changes.

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