Find out how to speed up your computer to "light speed"

Find out how to speed up your computer to "light speed"

According to the journal Phys.org, in the future, this will help create ultrafast computing devices. Specifically, for computers whose pulse frequency is equivalent to light wave oscillation. Bringing electrons to the speed of light helps speed up computers and other electronic devices in the future. The physicists developed the experiment with an ultra-fast laser, capable of generating one hundred million pulses of light per second. The design also includes gold nanostructures suitable for electronic manipulation and high-precision measurements.

Inside the world's most powerful physical machine

Inside the world's most powerful physical machine

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Nuclear Research Organization (CERN) is one of the largest particle accelerators ever built, with the mission of finding evidence of new materials. The control center is CERN's most important place. Right at the gate is a large panel reminding the giant accelerator LHC underground. The LHC is located in an underground tunnel system at a depth of 100m underground. The LHC is located in an underground tunnel system at a depth of 100m underground, which prevents radiation rays from colliding from escaping underground. The tunnel in the LHC is 25.7 km long.

What did a cell phone 80 years ago look like?

What did a cell phone 80 years ago look like?

A film from the 1940s showing how to operate and use mobile phones far different from today. In 1979, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT), a Japanese operator, launched its first mobile network. Six years earlier, the first mobile phone was introduced by Motorola. This is considered a historical milestone of the telecommunications industry in general. However, if you do not know, mobile phones have been around for decades. A video made by the Bell Telephone in the 1940s shows how they exist.

10 tips to use a computer durable

10 tips to use a computer durable

Along with the strong development of modern life, the computer is becoming closer and closer. It brings the world to you, but it can also take it away if you don't care for it and use it with care. 1. General cleaning: One of the common causes of the situation of the computer becoming hot as a furnace is due to dust, grime and dirt inside the machine. Therefore, you need to keep the computer clean both inside and outside.

iPhone hot when in use: What to do?

iPhone hot when in use: What to do?

iPhone gets heated up when used - this will lead to a lot of problems. Below, we will show you how to cool down your iPhone immediately to help prevent overheating problems. Instructions to fix when the iPhone is hot Why is iPhone hot when used? What happens when the iPhone gets too hot? How to cool down the iPhone

Types of account theft attacks. Summary of common types of network attacks

Types of account theft attacks. Summary of common types of network attacks

For attacks that exploit vulnerabilities, require hackers to be aware of security issues on the operating system or software and take advantage of this knowledge to exploit the vulnerabilities. 1. Passive attack An attack on which stolen account information is stored for later use. This type of attack has two types: online (offline) and offline (offline) .The offline attack has specific goals, performed by the perpetrator of direct access to the victim's property. For example, an culprit with access to a user's computer could easily install a "key logger" or a spy to collect user's data.

Is plugging the laptop in when the battery is full?

Is plugging the laptop in when the battery is full?

Laptops are an expensive device and are also prone to malfunction, so protecting them is essential. We often find ways to protect laptops and reduce damage when dropped with a good briefcase, to prevent water from falling into the machine causing component damage ...

To make your home Wi-Fi better, turn off the microwave

To make your home Wi-Fi better, turn off the microwave

In the time people work from home, the UK Internet Authority (Ofcom) has provided some tips to help improve the quality of Wi-Fi. Specifically, Ofcom said the microwave can also reduce the Wi-Fi signal, advising people to avoid using this device while making video calls, watching movies or doing important work on the Internet.

Former Apple Wi-Fi engineer points out 4 tips for better wireless use

Former Apple Wi-Fi engineer points out 4 tips for better wireless use

In the age of universal internet, devices using Wi-Fi are increasingly popular. However, the problems of wifi and complaints about connection access, network speed are still quite a lot of questions. If you are still wondering about how to optimize your home wifi device, or have tried the methods on the internet but still not effective, please pay attention to these 4 tips. The advice was given by Alf Watt, a former Apple Wi-Fi engineer who also created the great WiFi utility Stumbler.

History and evolution of the game Mario

History and evolution of the game Mario

September 13 was the 30th anniversary of the birth of Mario - the legendary plumber created by Nintendo. Mario has appeared in more than 200 games with dozens of different roles, even some games with different titles and other characters, but if you pay attention you will see the figure of this plumber.