It only seems like yesteryear when Google glasses and 3d printers represented the hype of the latest consumer gadgets. But today’s beloved technological devices will one day become obsolete and a nostalgic reminder of “the good old days”.
The following collection is a time capsule of amusing vintage
It’s difficult to predict which technological innovations consumers will adopt into the fabric of their everyday lives. Those working closely with technology can get a better glimpse of how much impact the novelties of tomorrow will have but that goes without saying that technology has a mind of its own. Not even these so-called experts were able to accurate guess the
Did you know that pre-digital navigation consisted of relying on printed maps and rolling down a car’s window to ask for directions from a stranger? When it comes to short or long-distance road trips, the road less traveled is often the wrong road to take. Thankfully, platforms such as a Google Maps and Map Quest, have made GPS navigation easier.
As G Fast chipsets give Internet Service Providers (ISPs) a low-cost investment option to boost broadband speeds for their internet subscribers, cable companies are remaining competitive with a new specification of DOCSIS 3.1 that will give them the opportunity to
Planet Technology received a neat hack from one of our customers this week that allowed him to power a tablet utilizing a PoE Injector, a PoE Splitter, and a modified USB (A Female to 5.5×2.5mm Male DC Power Cable). This hack allows users to power devices with low voltage requirements (up to ~24 volts) such
Though skeptics resist the idea of the self-driving car, the car of the future will not disappoint thanks to the growing consensus among automakers to make Ethernet the standard connectivity solution for a car’s internal circuitry. Broadcom’s Senior Director of Product Marketing contends that “Carmakers have come to a collective conclusion” to embrace automotive
With 212 billion devices expected to connect wirelessly by 2020, the race for cellular networks that support faster wi-fi speeds continues.
The 802.11ac standard, approved this January, functions at 1.3 gigabits per second (Gbps) in laboratory environments- that’s three times the current bandwidth throughput than 802.11n APs. The 802.11ac also includes denser amplitude
The evolution of Ethernet has gone from a paltry 10 Mbit/s to 100Mbit/s with the introduction of Gigabit Ethernet back in 1999. Gigabit Ethernet however, has quickly gained popularity over Fast Ethernet, transporting Ethernet frames at 1,000 Mbit/s. According to a report from Cisco however, these speeds will not be fast enough to sustain the future demand for mobile traffic and