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The practical application of knowledge, especially in a particular area, is called technology. Advances in technology affect every area of our lives. This category is for questions about technology and includes everything from how to remove a scratch from a CD to applications of electronics to what polyester is made from and more.

Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Technology, Computer Monitors

How 1600 x 1600 pixels in inches?

There is no way to give a real answer for that. Pixels do not have a consistent size, so they can't be universally converted. Pixels change size depending on the density of the thing displaying them (72 dots per inch is typical for screens and 300 dpi is typically selected for something that will be printed as form of Quality Photo). For screens size differs based on "Pitch" of the screen(distance between two consecutive pixels)...

Asked in Technology

How has technology influenced the arts in the last century?

Art has been known to man right from the very beginning as evidenced by the relics of the past. But certainly, technology has made it possible for new equipments to be taken advantage of and for new mediums to be used. There is also the option of digital art that will allow people to work with colors and images even without the most intensive training to create the best masterpieces. Many technological changes occurred during the Modernist period. These included photography, the...


Asked in Technology, Bachelors Degrees, Graduate Degrees, Java Programming

Explain the usage of JPanel with example?

JPanel is a general purpose container used to organize and manage the groups of related components. It is a light weight container which can be contained within another container. ...

Asked in Consumer Electronics, Technology

What is the proper way to connect an ammeter?

Are u talking about a amp meter? If so there is 2 kinds one is a clip on that simply goes around the wire that u are wanting to check amps other goes in line u will need to find a junction or cut the wire current goes in one side of the meter reads amps then out the other.with out loss of current. Be more specific next time then I can helped u much better.25 years experience industeral electrical...

Asked in Manufacturing, India, Technology

Where can you get an ISI - Indian Standards Institute - mark for your product?

in forensic lab of govt of country. patent examiner

Asked in Car Stereos and Speakers, Technology

What is the blue book value of soundesign speakers Z 1200 B?

I am unaware of any "Blue Book" for stereo equipment. Since the speakers were made for Radio Shack, I would venture they are not worth very much. ...

Asked in Computer Keyboards, Keyboarding, Technology

What are the example of alphanumeric characters?

Ciphers or code-numbers which mix letters (alpha) and numbers (Numeric) examples, mostly military, wouold include M-l6 (an assault rifle), B-29 (a Bomber) G-2 (genrric term for intelligence) and so on... note mixing of letters and numbers. Many Library call numbers (In NYC) are of this type. ...

Asked in Technology, Computer Security

How did early computer security work?

It was pretty simple- just passwords to protect one's computer. With the innovation of the internet, however, computers have increased security with firewalls and hundreds of anti-virus programs. ...

Asked in Technology, Television and Video, Society and Civilization, History, Politics & Society

Is media spoiling your young generation or not?

"Media" is a term that covers a vast array of information storage and delivery. It includes newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, computer based storage and retrieval. Do newspapers spoil our young generation? Probably not. And on line news services are also not considered to be harmful to young people. No doubt, content is available that delivers poor moral messages to people, young and old. Content on social media sites is often of such a poor quality that it is barely understandable and of...

Asked in Technology, Robotics

Where are robots commonly found?

Robots are most commonly found in manufacturing production lines.


Asked in Pokemon Diamond Pearl and Platinum, Technology

What about the ball mill use?

The ball mill is a key equipment to grind the crushed materials, and the ball mill is widely used in powder-making production line including cement, silicate, new-type building material, refractory material, fertilizer, ore dressing of ferrous metal and non-ferrous metal, glass ceramics, etc. And the ball mill can grind various ores and other materials with dry type and wet type. There are two kinds of ball mill, grate type and overfall type due to different ways of discharging material. See related link...

Asked in Science, Technology

What are 3 classification of technology?

The 3 different classifications of technology are: 1. Information Technology 2. Assistive Technology 3. Medical Technology ...

Asked in Drama and Acting, Technology, Auditioning

How do you make Audition fullscreen?

Go into your Audition folder, open config.ini, and change it to either 0 or 1...whichever it isn't ...

Asked in Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Home Electricity, Technology

Is a gas electric generator cheaper than public utilities?

Typical pricing of public utility will be always less than gas generator.

Asked in Technology

What is the full form of IEMI no?

"International Mobile Equipment Identity" is a full form of the IEMI No, which is use in the mobile phone. IMEI is short for International Mobile Equipment Identity and is a unique number given to every single mobile phone, typically found behind the battery. ...

Asked in Computer Hardware, Technology

What are the types of Optical Mark Reader?

OMR or optical mark reader integrates optical technology and electronics to do data inputs hundred times faster than manual entry methods and is extensively used in multiple choice examinations ,statistics,data input etc The OMR types depends on 1.The accuracy needed eg;In case of a question with four options out of which one is to be made black using pencil, if an option is more than 75% blackened ,modern OMRs will read it while first generation OMRs wont. 2.The cost 3.The security and anti tampering of data The...

Asked in Technology, Image and Graphic Editing, File Formats

What are the major cellphone image formats?

The .jpg or .jpeg file extensions are the most commonly found on a mobile/cellphone. Sometimes you may come across larger images with a .png extension, these images have better quality and support transparency. ...


Asked in Technology

Who are the characters in federigo's falcon?

Federigo di messer filoppo alberighi monna giovanna monna giovanna's son

Asked in Math History, Technology

What is the 8x8 rule of slides?

The following is an example of 8x8 the rule is to have no more than eight lines of text per slide and no more than eight words per line. 8 x 8 rule is to help us to not overwhelm our audience ensure that they can read the text. works if you use only key words / phrases. or in paragraph format. the 8 x 8 rule of slides is to help us not to overwhelm our audience with too much information and it should...

Asked in Technology

What are the different methods of securing data?

Two types of protection are usually applied to information: Protection from disclosure and/or protection from alteration or destruction. Unauthorized disclosure can be prevented by: Encryption Physical security measures Operating system hardening Alteration or destruction can be prevented by: Backups (duplicate copies) Checksums or hashes Encryption Physical security measures Operating system hardening ...

Asked in Computer Hardware, Home Electricity, Technology, Motherboards

How do you rate a surge protector?

Surge protectors have a finite life, they can only absorb a certain amount of energy before failing. They are rated by how much energy in joules they can handle. ...

Asked in Manufacturing, Technology

What is a platen in Plastic manufacturing?

The platen is the part of a machine that one half of a mold attaches to. The mold is normally created in two halves. In plastic manufacturing injection molding, each mold half is bolted, clamped, attached to one platen. One platen is normally a fixed or non movable and the movable one slides on Tie Bars that go through the four corners of the platen. ...