What is a 3G (or 4G for that matter) network Can someone explain in layman's terms?

Answer Historically, The cell phone evolution has occured, since 1945, in technical leaps which we call generations.0G was the invention of the mobile telephone without networks, where callers had to conn... Read More »

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Computer advice needed in laymans terms , please ?

If you're running Windows XP then you can do the following to safeguard yourself. Note that you may have to get a more tech-geared person to help you out with the detail of some of these, as explai... Read More »

In simple terms, can you explain what is Java used for?

Java is a multiplatform programming language, meaning it will run on any system whether it's windows, linux, or mac os. It's useful for creating web applications like games and webpages.

Can you explain the mechanism of sweating in terms of hypoglycemia?

He is absolutely right. Epinephrine will be released in the hypoglycemic state at or below the level of ~3.5 mmol/L. When this is released a number of adrenergic responses occur such as causing w... Read More »

Can someone explain to me in very simple terms how Twitter works?

Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users' updates (otherwise known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters... Read More »