Technology Myths | Explained.

Even after the regular use of the updated gadgets, we still come across through few advisory tips which include practices to adapt or to be dropped. But how far are these tips beneficial, are they really adaptable or just the bunch of lies or traditional myths?

We are here to disprove some of the biggest traditional misconception
  1. Charging your phone overnight is bad

This is the most traditional and globally accepted myth. Well feel free to leave your phones plugged in overnight. Modern smartphones run on lithium-ion based batteries, which are smart enough to stop charging when they have reached capacity. The phone knows when its battery is full. When it reaches that point, it stops charging. This prevents overcharging and any associated damage.

  1. More the Megapixels, Better is the camera.

Megapixels only define digital photo size it has absolutely nothing do with digital photo quality. The quality of the image is determined by a camera’s sensor type, size, its processor and its optics. A megapixel is simply shorthand for a million pixels and it only impacts on the quality of a zoomed-in image snapped by a smartphone.

  1. Cellphones can cause Cancer

All the cell phones emit radiation that may be absorbed by human tissue, but there isn’t any evidence showing that cell phones actually cause cancer. Although some radiofrequency energy from cell phones held closely to the may affect the tissues, but to date there is no evidence from studies of cells, of humans that radiofrequency energy can cause cancer.

  1. Incognito browsing keeps you anonymous.

Yes, shockingly it’s a myth. Using Incognito Mode in Google Chrome or any browser, simply means that browser won’t keep track of your history, import your bookmarks, or automatically log into any of your accounts. It won’t keep your identity hidden from the sites you visit

  1. Apple Macs are virus free

Apple computers are no longer immune to virus after Trojan affected thousands of Mac computers in 2012.  As Mac operating systems are built on a secure Unix foundation, and Macs comprise such a relatively small percentage of PCs, they were believed to be immune to viruses. But soon after Trojan affected Mac computers, it is no longer immune to virus attacks. Although the company quickly changed its marketing page after this attack

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