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author01dinesh October 14, 2017

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Most Advanced High Tech Cities in the Modern World

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

What comes first in your mind whenever you hear about “high-tech city”? Do you relate it by the state of the art technology or in more common saying downloading anything in lightning fast speed? Yes, it revolves pretty much around that, it is hard to explain in a few lines, it’s really a broad concept. But out of all, we can surely say that all of you want to live in a place where you can access every new digital trend, isn’t it, but all places don’t share the same level of technology. It is almost impossible to put all of them in an order, if not all, at least some of them. Anyway, below is the enhanced list of some of the high tech cities around the world where every gadget lover wants to live in.

Tokyo (Japan)

Tokyo1

Tokyo is the commercial backbone of Japan. The city is gifted with the most advanced technologies in the sector of infrastructure, transportation and communication. Tokyo is a major international finance center host, consisting the headquarters of several world’s biggest investment banks and insurance companies, and it’s a major hub for various electronic and broadcasting industries. The city is often described as one of the three “command centers” for the world economy along with New York city and London. Tokyo leads in the total number of users of broadband connection.

Singapore (Singapore)

Singapore

Singapore is a global commerce, finance and transport hub. It is the most popular tourist destination in the Asian continent. According to World Economic Forum (WEF), placed Singapore as the most ‘technology-ready’ nation in 2015.

The city is  the research centers of many international companies such as Microsoft, IBM, HP, Temasek Holdings and others. Getting a Free internet service in most public places is like eating a piece of cake. Singapore is also using an advance road tax system, making city road uncongested and safer.

London (United Kingdom)

london

London is undoubtedly amongst the few oldest and historic cities around the Europe. The city is well connected with the London Underground.  All the major centers in the city are covered with free of cost Wi-Fi services and are paid everywhere else.

A large number of technology companies are based in the East London tech city formerly known as Silicon Roundabout. London also hosts LINX (London INternet eXchange), a non- profit organization and the largest Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in the world, carrying over 846 G-bit/s of Internet traffic as of July 2012

Hong Kong (China)

Hong-Kong

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of China. Its economic and technical advancement is largely credited to the British colonization in 1839 and 99-year lease of the New Territories from 1898. The leading IT Company, Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) provides very high speed to residential places at affordable prices. Hong Kong is among one of the few cities that has robots operated restaurants and biometric system featuring in schools and offices. Overall, this is pretty much the kind of place where every tech geek wants to live.

Seattle (U.S.A)

Seattle1

During the 1980s, Seattle developed as a major technology center. The city’s economy is driven by many world-class  companies headquartered there, including Amazon and Starbucks to name just a few. In the year 2010, Seattle’s gross metropolitan product reached $231 billion, making it the 11th largest metropolitan economy in the United States.

The Seattle-Tacoma International airport is a major gateway for accessing Asia for better trade opportunities. The presence of multinational companies lures tech wizards from all over the world to the city. It was ranked as country’s No. 1 “smarter city” based on its government policies and green economy.

Stockholm (Sweden)

Stockholm1

Stockholm is recently ranked among the fastest growing technology hubs in the European continent. The city of Stockholm has an extensive public transport system, including Stockholms tunnelbana meaning Tunnel Rail and world class Airports. In 2004, Stockholm was enabled with the longest fiber optic network with the range of around 1.2 million kilometers. In 2006, the city was ranked as the most innovative city of Europe by European Innovation Scoreboard.

Berlin (Germany)

Berlin

Berlin is known as a major world capital due to its leadership roles in major modern industries. Its economy is based heavily on high tech firms and the service sector, including research facilities, media corporations etc. The Adlershof-Berlin is Germany’s largest and best technology location. With over 1000 companies and with a combined generated turnover of 679 million euros in 2013, it turns out to be the ideal place for technology lovers.

Dubai (U.A.E)

dubai

Dubai has emerged as a global and major business hub of the middle east. DIC (Dubai Internet City) is an information technology park developed by the government as FEZ and a strategic base for companies targeting rapid development of regional markets.

The DIC allow companies to let free themselves from major  taxation and custom related problems. Dubai Internet City, combined with Dubai Media City both as part of TECOM (Dubai Technology, Electronic Commerce and Media Free Zone Authority) is a home for companies such as Hewlett-Packard, EMC Corporation, Oracle Corporation, media organizations such as MBC, CNN, BBC, Reuters.

 

Books

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

Non-fiction

3

  • Biographies are examples of nonfiction works. Most biographies are nonfiction, but not all nonfiction works are biographies by any means. We say "most" biographies, because a biography of a fictional character is really a fictional book.
  • Journals such as The Diary of Anne Frank is also a journal, but it is a nonfiction journal.

Other examples of non-fiction books are "how to" books and travel books

Fiction

5

  • The most commonly read works are works of fiction. Fiction books are ones that have been made up. Perhaps some of their elements are based on hints of truth, but they have been elaborated, fabricated, and used to embellish into a new story.
  • Some examples of fiction books are The People Of The Ruins, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Satire

6

Romance

7

Anthologies

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  • Students who have taken a class in college in Shakespeare or the Romantics probably know a thing or two about anthologies, since they are frequently on the "must buy" list for these sorts of classes. Anthologies are compilations of many different works. For example, you could purchase an anthology containing all of the works of Shakespeare.
  • In addition to the actual works, there will also usually be background information about the time period or the writer. Some of them will include critical discourses in the back, although they do not always have to.

 

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MODERN JAPANESE LIVING AREA

author01dinesh October 14, 2017

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Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed id ex leo. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Sed feugiat magna et molestie semper. Nunc ut tincidunt sapien. Maecenas sapien erat, ultrices sit amet ante sit amet, sagittis tempus nisi. Nullam cursus, metus consectetur tempor tristique, tortor massa laoreet nisl, vitae semper nulla est quis metus. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Ut pretium nisl et libero ornare convallis. Aliquam auctor ac mauris non convallis.

 

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Most Advanced High Tech Cities in the Modern World

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

What comes first in your mind whenever you hear about “high-tech city”? Do you relate it by the state of the art technology or in more common saying downloading anything in lightning fast speed? Yes, it revolves pretty much around that, it is hard to explain in a few lines, it’s really a broad concept. But out of all, we can surely say that all of you want to live in a place where you can access every new digital trend, isn’t it, but all places don’t share the same level of technology. It is almost impossible to put all of them in an order, if not all, at least some of them. Anyway, below is the enhanced list of some of the high tech cities around the world where every gadget lover wants to live in.

Tokyo (Japan)

Tokyo1

Tokyo is the commercial backbone of Japan. The city is gifted with the most advanced technologies in the sector of infrastructure, transportation and communication. Tokyo is a major international finance center host, consisting the headquarters of several world’s biggest investment banks and insurance companies, and it’s a major hub for various electronic and broadcasting industries. The city is often described as one of the three “command centers” for the world economy along with New York city and London. Tokyo leads in the total number of users of broadband connection.

Singapore (Singapore)

Singapore

Singapore is a global commerce, finance and transport hub. It is the most popular tourist destination in the Asian continent. According to World Economic Forum (WEF), placed Singapore as the most ‘technology-ready’ nation in 2015.

The city is  the research centers of many international companies such as Microsoft, IBM, HP, Temasek Holdings and others. Getting a Free internet service in most public places is like eating a piece of cake. Singapore is also using an advance road tax system, making city road uncongested and safer.

London (United Kingdom)

london

London is undoubtedly amongst the few oldest and historic cities around the Europe. The city is well connected with the London Underground.  All the major centers in the city are covered with free of cost Wi-Fi services and are paid everywhere else.

A large number of technology companies are based in the East London tech city formerly known as Silicon Roundabout. London also hosts LINX (London INternet eXchange), a non- profit organization and the largest Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in the world, carrying over 846 G-bit/s of Internet traffic as of July 2012

Hong Kong (China)

Hong-Kong

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of China. Its economic and technical advancement is largely credited to the British colonization in 1839 and 99-year lease of the New Territories from 1898. The leading IT Company, Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) provides very high speed to residential places at affordable prices. Hong Kong is among one of the few cities that has robots operated restaurants and biometric system featuring in schools and offices. Overall, this is pretty much the kind of place where every tech geek wants to live.

Seattle (U.S.A)

Seattle1

During the 1980s, Seattle developed as a major technology center. The city’s economy is driven by many world-class  companies headquartered there, including Amazon and Starbucks to name just a few. In the year 2010, Seattle’s gross metropolitan product reached $231 billion, making it the 11th largest metropolitan economy in the United States.

The Seattle-Tacoma International airport is a major gateway for accessing Asia for better trade opportunities. The presence of multinational companies lures tech wizards from all over the world to the city. It was ranked as country’s No. 1 “smarter city” based on its government policies and green economy.

Stockholm (Sweden)

Stockholm1

Stockholm is recently ranked among the fastest growing technology hubs in the European continent. The city of Stockholm has an extensive public transport system, including Stockholms tunnelbana meaning Tunnel Rail and world class Airports. In 2004, Stockholm was enabled with the longest fiber optic network with the range of around 1.2 million kilometers. In 2006, the city was ranked as the most innovative city of Europe by European Innovation Scoreboard.

Berlin (Germany)

Berlin

Berlin is known as a major world capital due to its leadership roles in major modern industries. Its economy is based heavily on high tech firms and the service sector, including research facilities, media corporations etc. The Adlershof-Berlin is Germany’s largest and best technology location. With over 1000 companies and with a combined generated turnover of 679 million euros in 2013, it turns out to be the ideal place for technology lovers.

Dubai (U.A.E)

dubai

Dubai has emerged as a global and major business hub of the middle east. DIC (Dubai Internet City) is an information technology park developed by the government as FEZ and a strategic base for companies targeting rapid development of regional markets.

The DIC allow companies to let free themselves from major  taxation and custom related problems. Dubai Internet City, combined with Dubai Media City both as part of TECOM (Dubai Technology, Electronic Commerce and Media Free Zone Authority) is a home for companies such as Hewlett-Packard, EMC Corporation, Oracle Corporation, media organizations such as MBC, CNN, BBC, Reuters.

 

Books

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

Non-fiction

3

  • Biographies are examples of nonfiction works. Most biographies are nonfiction, but not all nonfiction works are biographies by any means. We say "most" biographies, because a biography of a fictional character is really a fictional book.
  • Journals such as The Diary of Anne Frank is also a journal, but it is a nonfiction journal.

Other examples of non-fiction books are "how to" books and travel books

Fiction

5

  • The most commonly read works are works of fiction. Fiction books are ones that have been made up. Perhaps some of their elements are based on hints of truth, but they have been elaborated, fabricated, and used to embellish into a new story.
  • Some examples of fiction books are The People Of The Ruins, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Satire

6

Romance

7

Anthologies

8 9

  • Students who have taken a class in college in Shakespeare or the Romantics probably know a thing or two about anthologies, since they are frequently on the "must buy" list for these sorts of classes. Anthologies are compilations of many different works. For example, you could purchase an anthology containing all of the works of Shakespeare.
  • In addition to the actual works, there will also usually be background information about the time period or the writer. Some of them will include critical discourses in the back, although they do not always have to.

 

RANDOM COLOR POST GRID

MODERN JAPANESE LIVING AREA

author01dinesh October 14, 2017

Nullam cursus, metus consectetur tempor tristique, tortor massa laoreet nisl, vitae semper nulla est quis metus. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Ut pretium nisl et libero ornare convallis. Aliquam auctor ac mauris non convallis.

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Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed id ex leo. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Sed feugiat magna et molestie semper. Nunc ut tincidunt sapien. Maecenas sapien erat, ultrices sit amet ante sit amet, sagittis tempus nisi. Nullam cursus, metus consectetur tempor tristique, tortor massa laoreet nisl, vitae semper nulla est quis metus. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Ut pretium nisl et libero ornare convallis. Aliquam auctor ac mauris non convallis.

 

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Vestibulum laoreet mauris hendrerit sagittis placerat. Aliquam erat volutpat. Nulla ut dictum eros. Nunc et lectus ligula. Ut a sem finibus, pellentesque enim in, ornare lectus. Duis ac tristique erat. Pellentesque facilisis diam diam, eu feugiat ligula posuere at. Pellentesque efficitur, lacus eget faucibus dictum, urna sem auctor arcu, sed tincidunt orci lacus at neque. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque in sapien ut erat convallis sollicitudin. Duis vulputate tempor placerat. Curabitur nisl purus, fringilla id tellus a, auctor convallis lacus. Nulla imperdiet mi sem, at elementum dolor pharetra vitae.

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Praesent euismod feugiat enim in tempus. Donec vitae tincidunt arcu. Quisque pellentesque arcu eu nisi egestas semper. Sed non libero ut enim pretium mattis at bibendum diam. Praesent in massa in magna posuere pellentesque. Sed nunc magna, pharetra et suscipit a, commodo sed enim. Sed condimentum eu magna ac tincidunt. Aliquam erat volutpat.

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Sed enim enim, pellentesque eu dictum non, rutrum nec tortor. Aliquam eget cursus dolor. Duis et est ac erat condimentum elementum. Donec rutrum posuere purus. Aliquam in urna lacinia, scelerisque est pharetra, venenatis quam. Donec fermentum laoreet sapien id tempus. Ut semper enim ut dolor pulvinar, ut luctus mauris egestas. Aliquam quis blandit tellus, quis dictum turpis. Praesent id justo sodales, consequat nibh ut, tempus nulla.

Most Advanced High Tech Cities in the Modern World

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

What comes first in your mind whenever you hear about “high-tech city”? Do you relate it by the state of the art technology or in more common saying downloading anything in lightning fast speed? Yes, it revolves pretty much around that, it is hard to explain in a few lines, it’s really a broad concept. But out of all, we can surely say that all of you want to live in a place where you can access every new digital trend, isn’t it, but all places don’t share the same level of technology. It is almost impossible to put all of them in an order, if not all, at least some of them. Anyway, below is the enhanced list of some of the high tech cities around the world where every gadget lover wants to live in.

Tokyo (Japan)

Tokyo1

Tokyo is the commercial backbone of Japan. The city is gifted with the most advanced technologies in the sector of infrastructure, transportation and communication. Tokyo is a major international finance center host, consisting the headquarters of several world’s biggest investment banks and insurance companies, and it’s a major hub for various electronic and broadcasting industries. The city is often described as one of the three “command centers” for the world economy along with New York city and London. Tokyo leads in the total number of users of broadband connection.

Singapore (Singapore)

Singapore

Singapore is a global commerce, finance and transport hub. It is the most popular tourist destination in the Asian continent. According to World Economic Forum (WEF), placed Singapore as the most ‘technology-ready’ nation in 2015.

The city is  the research centers of many international companies such as Microsoft, IBM, HP, Temasek Holdings and others. Getting a Free internet service in most public places is like eating a piece of cake. Singapore is also using an advance road tax system, making city road uncongested and safer.

London (United Kingdom)

london

London is undoubtedly amongst the few oldest and historic cities around the Europe. The city is well connected with the London Underground.  All the major centers in the city are covered with free of cost Wi-Fi services and are paid everywhere else.

A large number of technology companies are based in the East London tech city formerly known as Silicon Roundabout. London also hosts LINX (London INternet eXchange), a non- profit organization and the largest Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in the world, carrying over 846 G-bit/s of Internet traffic as of July 2012

Hong Kong (China)

Hong-Kong

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of China. Its economic and technical advancement is largely credited to the British colonization in 1839 and 99-year lease of the New Territories from 1898. The leading IT Company, Hong Kong Broadband Network (HKBN) provides very high speed to residential places at affordable prices. Hong Kong is among one of the few cities that has robots operated restaurants and biometric system featuring in schools and offices. Overall, this is pretty much the kind of place where every tech geek wants to live.

Seattle (U.S.A)

Seattle1

During the 1980s, Seattle developed as a major technology center. The city’s economy is driven by many world-class  companies headquartered there, including Amazon and Starbucks to name just a few. In the year 2010, Seattle’s gross metropolitan product reached $231 billion, making it the 11th largest metropolitan economy in the United States.

The Seattle-Tacoma International airport is a major gateway for accessing Asia for better trade opportunities. The presence of multinational companies lures tech wizards from all over the world to the city. It was ranked as country’s No. 1 “smarter city” based on its government policies and green economy.

Stockholm (Sweden)

Stockholm1

Stockholm is recently ranked among the fastest growing technology hubs in the European continent. The city of Stockholm has an extensive public transport system, including Stockholms tunnelbana meaning Tunnel Rail and world class Airports. In 2004, Stockholm was enabled with the longest fiber optic network with the range of around 1.2 million kilometers. In 2006, the city was ranked as the most innovative city of Europe by European Innovation Scoreboard.

Berlin (Germany)

Berlin

Berlin is known as a major world capital due to its leadership roles in major modern industries. Its economy is based heavily on high tech firms and the service sector, including research facilities, media corporations etc. The Adlershof-Berlin is Germany’s largest and best technology location. With over 1000 companies and with a combined generated turnover of 679 million euros in 2013, it turns out to be the ideal place for technology lovers.

Dubai (U.A.E)

dubai

Dubai has emerged as a global and major business hub of the middle east. DIC (Dubai Internet City) is an information technology park developed by the government as FEZ and a strategic base for companies targeting rapid development of regional markets.

The DIC allow companies to let free themselves from major  taxation and custom related problems. Dubai Internet City, combined with Dubai Media City both as part of TECOM (Dubai Technology, Electronic Commerce and Media Free Zone Authority) is a home for companies such as Hewlett-Packard, EMC Corporation, Oracle Corporation, media organizations such as MBC, CNN, BBC, Reuters.

 

Books

author01dinesh September 15, 2017

Non-fiction

3

  • Biographies are examples of nonfiction works. Most biographies are nonfiction, but not all nonfiction works are biographies by any means. We say "most" biographies, because a biography of a fictional character is really a fictional book.
  • Journals such as The Diary of Anne Frank is also a journal, but it is a nonfiction journal.

Other examples of non-fiction books are "how to" books and travel books

Fiction

5

  • The most commonly read works are works of fiction. Fiction books are ones that have been made up. Perhaps some of their elements are based on hints of truth, but they have been elaborated, fabricated, and used to embellish into a new story.
  • Some examples of fiction books are The People Of The Ruins, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Satire

6

Romance

7

Anthologies

8 9

  • Students who have taken a class in college in Shakespeare or the Romantics probably know a thing or two about anthologies, since they are frequently on the "must buy" list for these sorts of classes. Anthologies are compilations of many different works. For example, you could purchase an anthology containing all of the works of Shakespeare.
  • In addition to the actual works, there will also usually be background information about the time period or the writer. Some of them will include critical discourses in the back, although they do not always have to.