Usually, manufacturing or construction is all about cost-efficiency. Then comes along a mad scientist who will prove to the world that they’ve got it all wrong! A crazy idea is born and demonstrated – which of course upsets a lot of people. Soon, the villagers come knocking with their torches and pitchforks to deal with this new threat to their old ways of thinking and doing things!
The only thing in the world that can make you rich overnight – or get you fired for some personal comment on your Facebook page. Social media is infamous for its power to promote or punish. We all like to keep in touch with our friends. Whether boasting about that wild weekend party, or how you can’t believe your boss handled a situation at work. We share the good, the bad, and the ugly. But there’s a difference between sharing a story over a barbecue and sharing it online.
If you keep up with tech news and developments you may be aware of the potential for embedded medical devices to be hacked and used to covertly track and monitor people. Their devices could even be used to distribute malware. Pacemakers and insulin pumps, heart monitors and other devices could be vulnerable. Imagine using medical devices to extort someone with a threat on their life.
“Internet Explorer” could quite possibly be two of the most polarizing words in the last two decades. Throughout its many editions (there have been 11 versions of Explorer to date), the browser has been a source of both convenience and frustration for many consumers. While quite a few individuals have fond memories of Internet Explorer because of the fact that it conveniently came with any Microsoft computer and got the job done efficiently, just as many people immediately ditch it for the faster and more acclaimed Firefox, Google Chrome, or Opera browsers.
When we read the stories of how drones could revolutionize business, we got excited. Perhaps drones could deliver goods at lower costs than traditional of minimum-wage delivery boys. How about fire-fighting drones that save firemen lives. But what did we get instead? Capitalism – of course!
Final Fantasy 7 catapulted the franchise since its release back in 1997. With an amazing and complex story line, it is impossible not to get immersed in its world. The game gave a further in-depth focus of the characters through the release of Crisis Core, Advent Children, Before Crisis and Dirge of Cerberus.
Set foot in the world of Kyrat, a country plagued with war between the Royal Army and the Golden Path. Take a ride as Ajay Ghale, a young man returning to his home country to spread the ashes of his deceased mother. While travelling back to his roots, his bus was stopped by the Royal Army, led by the cruel and bizarre King Pagan Min. With the aid of Sabal, commander of the Golden Path, he was able to escape the clutches of the king. The group was founded by his father, Mohan Ghale. Ajay’s presence lifted the spirit of the group, pushing their efforts toward freeing the prisoners and breaking free from King Pagan Min’s tyranny. With a large force to fight against with and internal conflicts sparking within the Golden Path, will Ajay be able to lead the country of Kyrat out of the raging blood and violence?