Archive for April, 2016
The Digital Age has created a plethora of new opportunities for businesses, technology, and innovation across the board. One of the biggest industries that has been shaped by the advent of the internet, smartphones, and social media is advertising, marketing, and media budgets.
Search Engine optimization (SEO) is quickly gaining ground on television as the most lucrative and valuable mediums for promoting products and services. In fact, 85% of retailers in on recent survey said search marketing (including paid and SEO) was the most effective customer acquisition tactic. There’s a reason 19% of brand marketers expect to significantly increase their paid search investments next year.
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Most people have had some experience with CT scans or MRI machines. They are imaging machines that are used to better see into the human body. They provide medical professionals and research analysts with better views of potential problems within the body. They can detect injury, illness and even disease. They are sometimes even used to cure and to treat chronic pain conditions, allowing the medical professionals to narrow down problem areas, ensuring that treatment is in the correct area. A lot goes into the design and the manufacturing of these machines, especially the industrial X-ray machine. 3d imaging is a complex process and machine that is an essential part of our medical professional?s worlds.
The CT was invented in 1972 by British engineer Godfrey Hounsfield of EMI labo
You may be surprised to find out that there are several different kinds of USB cables available these days. 1.0/1.1, 2.0 and USB 3.0 data cables are the most common types that you can find on the market. They aren’t expensive and are widely universal. However, they do have some limitations to them which we will go into a little later on. The very definition of a USB cable is what makes it universal. USB literally stands for Universal Serial Bus. These cables can be used on computers, cameras, cell phones, printers, camcorders, scanners, tablets and much more. Pretty much anything that needs to be connected electronically can use a USB.
The Positive Side of the USB