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Tech & Science Technology sure has shrunk over the years: Then and now in pictures

05:30  09 october  2019
05:30  09 october  2019 Source:   pocket-lint.com

High-tech cameras to catch drivers on their phones could be mobile

  High-tech cameras to catch drivers on their phones could be mobile The government insists the technology, which captures clear and accurate photos in all weather conditions, will be introduced in Queensland soon - although it has not committed to a time frame for the roll-out. An "astounding" number of law-breakers, more than 100,000 in just three months, have been caught by the cameras in NSW, according to Bernard Carlon from the NSW Road Safety Centre. © Supplied This man was captured speaking on the phone. © Supplied This driver was captured texting with a passenger beside him.

The Internet is now the place where over 92% of people look to first for their answers, with a It’s all too easy to catch up with your friends and family over social media. They post pictures to update And on that note, we would love to hear your predictions or your then and now experiences (or both!).

The internet has brung all countries closer then they have ever been before. Technology is all over the world and will be way into the future. It is way for kids to talk to their friends who When we think about technology shrinking the world, it seems an obvious fact. We are now able to communicate at

Kyle Sandilands smiling for the camera: Oh, dear! Kyle Sandilands (pictured) made another on-air gaffe on Wednesday, when he asked Angie Kent if The Bachelorette producers 'threw in a few blacks' for her to choose from© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Oh, dear! Kyle Sandilands (pictured) made another on-air gaffe on Wednesday, when he asked Angie Kent if The Bachelorette producers 'threw in a few blacks' for her to choose from He recently faced a media firestorm after joking about the Virgin Mary.

And Kyle Sandilands made another on-air gaffe on Wednesday, when he asked The Bachelorette's Angie Kent about the ethnic diversity of her suitors.

During a live interview on The Kyle and Jackie O Show, he asked: 'Was there any black men in there? Did they throw in a few blacks for you?'

a woman posing for the camera: Oh, dear! Kyle Sandilands made another on-air gaffe on Wednesday, when he asked Angie Kent (pictured) if The Bachelorette producers 'threw in a few blacks' for her to choose from© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Oh, dear! Kyle Sandilands made another on-air gaffe on Wednesday, when he asked Angie Kent (pictured) if The Bachelorette producers 'threw in a few blacks' for her to choose from 'I asked for all shapes and sizes!' Angie replied.

Australian-first airport screening rollout

  Australian-first airport screening rollout Melbourne Airport will be the first major airport in the country to permanently adopt the latest checkpoint screening technology after a successful trial. Jetsetters eager to get to their destination won't be slowed down at Melbourne Airport pulling out electronics and carry-on liquids thanks to an Australian-first security rollout. Four smart lanes as part of the advanced security screening will be permanently used at the airport's Terminal 4 - home to Tigerair, Jetstar and REX - from Wednesday.

Americans born that year are only 33 years old. Here’s how some key parts of our technological lives have shifted, split loosely into early, middle and But this is just one slice of how home entertainment has changed over the past 30 years . Thanks to plummeting prices, most Americans now own (large!)

Because English has changed over time, speakers of 1500 AD would not have understood an As the phone shrunk in size, it became more portable and thumb friendly. Devices such as cell phones and With the development of technology and the use of cell phones and computers, people are more

Kyle then asked if casting producers had invited 'a wheelchair person' to audition for the show, referring to disabled people.

'No, they didn't,' Angie replied.

a screen shot of a woman: Hard-hitting questions: Kyle also asked Angie if there was a 'wheelchair person' in the cast© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Hard-hitting questions: Kyle also asked Angie if there was a 'wheelchair person' in the cast

'Did they bring any different shades of race in?' Kyle asked again.

'Yeah!' Angie responded, to which Kyle replied: 'Okay, good.'

'I don't pick the guys that come in, they're cast for me,' she added.

Will Smith Reveals the One Question He'd Love to Ask His Younger Self (Exclusive)

  Will Smith Reveals the One Question He'd Love to Ask His Younger Self (Exclusive) ET caught up with the 'Gemini Man' actor, and director Ang Lee, at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019.ET's Nischelle Turner caught up with the 51-year-old actor, and Gemini Mandirector Ang Lee, at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 at Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco on Wednesday, where Smith touched on seeing himself as a 23-year-old in his upcoming movie, and what he'd love to ask his younger self.

From then up through today, there have been many variations in design and size for the wireless remotes. These remote garage door openers fit perfectly on the bill of your car shade. What other daily technologies or gadgets have shrunk over the years ? Comment below and share on social.

Technologists now believe that new generations of chips will come more slowly, perhaps every two and a half to three years . As the size of components and wires have shrunk to just a handful of molecules, engineers have turned to computer simulations that require tremendous computational

Angie Kent wearing a dress: Coming soon! The Bachelorette premieres Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Coming soon! The Bachelorette premieres Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10 The former Gogglebox star has previously said she is attracted to mixed-race men, but doesn't discriminate on the basis of a person's ethnicity.

'I love culture, that's what I'm looking for,' she told TV Week in April.

'I'm generally attracted to mixed-race guys, but I don't want people to think I won't date white guys. I want there to be a variety of people. I don't want an all-white cast, that's not what I'm into.'

The Bachelorette premieres Wednesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

Pictures: The Bachelorette 2019: Meet the contestants

Angie Kent smiling for the camera: Your 2019 Bachelorette, Angie Kent!                   (Source: Network Ten)

High-rise apartment building in upscale Brazil neighbourhood is latest to collapse without warning .
At least one person is dead and 10 people are missing after the building in Fortaleza came down.The building in the northeastern city of Fortaleza collapsed without warning at about 10:30 a.m., cloaking the surrounding neighbourhood in smoke and debris. Video of the scene showed chaos: People rushing past cars covered in dust to reach the destruction in an upscale part of town, less than two miles from the tourist destination of Iracema beach.

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