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Technology review – 32-bit vs 64-bit OS

An operating system, also known as “OS”, keeps everything together, managing all the hardware and software on your computer. It communicates with your device’s hardware: from your keyboard, mouse, storage devices, display, and Wi-Fi radio. Plus, OS also has a lot of software like common system services, libraries, and application programming interfaces (APIs). You can directly […]

Discussion – Can software damage hardware?

As the present day’s cyber technology innovation is improving, the threat landscape widens as well. Cyber criminals are constantly finding ingenious ways to tunnel into businesses, schools, government offices, computer users, and IT systems, disrupting services and daily operations. Several years ago, hackers and malware have shut down nuclear centrifuges in Iran and severely damaged […]

Discussion – What is Luxury Car Tax?

Luxury Car Tax or simply LCT is a tax collected by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on cars with a GST-inclusive value above the LCT threshold. The tax is paid by businesses that sell or import luxury cars (dealers), and also by individuals who import luxury cars, imposed at the rate of 33% on the […]

Discussion – What is GST?

Also known as the “Goods and Services Tax,” GST as Investopedia would define it is a “value-added tax levied on most goods and services sold for domestic consumption.” The tax is ultimately paid by consumers, which is then remitted to the government by the businesses selling the goods and services. As a result, GST provides […]

Discussion – Peer to peer lending platforms

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms is now growing in popularity. They are online investing platforms that match people or companies looking to lend and borrow allowing them to make direct arrangements between one another. Providing intermediary services, these platforms perform the relevant due diligence risk assessments and credit checks that often include with fee charges for […]

Discussion – Google Spreadsheet vs Microsoft Excel

Spreadsheets are invaluable tools in creating budgets, producing graphs and charts and for storing and sorting data. They can vary in complexity and can be used for various reasons. May it be business data storage, accounting and calculation, budgeting and spending, assisting with data exports, and data sifting and cleanup, and accomplishing business administrative task. […]

Technology review – 3D Optical Data Storage

Optical data storage as what Britannica would define it is an “electronic storage medium that uses low-power laser beams to record and retrieve digital (binary) data.” With optical storage technology, it uses lasers to write to, and read from, small discs that contain a light-sensitive layer upon which data can be stored. Source: 123SEMINARSONLY Optical storage […]

Technology review – Femto computing

Now that nanotechnology is well-established, well-applied, and well-funded.In the near future, there will come a time that we will come across femtotechnology. As what Wikipedia would state: Femtotechnology is a “hypothetical term used in reference to structuring of matter on the scale of a femtometer, which is 10^−15m. This is a smaller scale in comparison […]

Technology review – New Google Quantum Computer

Over the years, the wonders of quantum computers have stirred the curiosity and imagination of the gifted minds in the tech community. Since then, countless prototypes of these supercomputers have surfaced in the tech market with the hopes of a brighter, progressive, and fast-engaging future. Last week, a draft research paper revealed that Google have […]