With every passing year, technology takes another leap toward a bright and promising future. Never before have portable devices been quite so powerful, offering a wide array of modern features like cameras, internet browsing, video gaming, and much more. As we slowly make our way until a new era of foldable smart technology, there are a multitude of current smartphones that are at the bleeding edge when it comes to the newest features.
The joy of a road trip is that you really get to explore things you wouldn’t normally. It’s about the journey as much as it is about the destination. You get to head out on the open road, go where you want to, take as much time as you need, and enjoy being in the moment.
Forget Europe, North America and Asia! South Africa is the place that you should be booking your next trip to. With majestic sites like Table Mountain, which is one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, to the other regal forces of nature such as the Drakensberg, the Tsitsikamma Forest as well as the Blyde River Canyon, the southern tip of Africa is the ideal holiday destination for the lover of nature.
Whatever your fitness or workout goals, there really is an app for that. Whether you want to lose weight, train for an event, build muscle, or generally improve your lifestyle, you can download an app onto your phone or tablet to help you track your progress and achieve what you set out to do. Let’s take a look at some of the top fitness apps that people all over the world are using:
Love to go on holiday but don’t enjoy sitting on the beach or by the pool doing nothing? That’s okay – there are plenty of great getaways for those who thrive on being active and love to be adventurous. It’s all about picking the right destination and booking your sporting activities into your itinerary.
Travelling around the world in a matter of hours is a privilege that many of us have taken for granted over the last few decades, especially considering how cheap it is to travel internationally in relative terms. But current air travel standards take a serious toll on the environment, and it’s important that we begin to look at more sustainable methods of travel that don’t come with such large carbon emissions. To that end, these are some of the eco-friendlier trends that are starting to take over the travel industry, and will hopefully lay a foundation for the future.
For the last 5 decades, most scientists and technicians have been almost solely focused on providing better, more advanced hardware to the world. But hardware is beginning to falter as Moore’s Law breaks down, and more computer scientists are turning to artificial intelligence to make up for this. Artificial intelligence is the next big revolution in computing, and while we haven’t truly begun to feel its influence in everyday life, within the next 10 years, it will become a vital part of our society.
Android 10 has so far proven to be an extremely competent operating system, and while it does mirror many of the features found in iOS, it offers enough of its own features to be a complete OS that should be enough for most users. Android 10 can only be found on a handful of smartphones at the moment, although it’s expected to grow its reach within the next year. But developers have already been hard at work on Android 11, and from what we’ve seen, it’s going to improve and refine many of the features that can be found on 10.
South America, comprised almost entirely of Latin American countries, is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world, with millions of people visiting the continent all the way from Argentina to Brazil. South America, much like Africa, has faced a number of problems in recent years, such as corruption, high crime, violence, and even civil war, but things have died down recently, and most countries are more than perfectly safe to visit. These are some tips to take in mind before packing up and leaving for South America.
Reading can be an escape from the humdrum of our everyday lives, allowing us to escape into the fantastic worlds created by authors like J. R. R. Tolkein, Neil Gaiman, and Stephen R. Donaldson. And some writers base their stories in the real world and give us the chance to flee our own and follow in their characters’ footsteps instead.