We Need to Stop Believing These Five Tech Myths - Deepstash

Putting the phone on charge all night does not damage the battery.

Smartphones of today have lithium-ion batteries, and advanced technology that prevents overheating, overcharging and other i...

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We Need to Stop Believing These Five Tech Myths

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It is believed that airport X-Ray machines wipe the data on our smartphones and laptops. This is entirely false, as hard drives, flash drives and optical drives are not affected by X-rays.

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Advertising of more megapixels makes a great marketing strategy in smartphones, with the numbers going to 64 and 108 MP. 

Do not fall for this myth, as more megapixels does not mean better pi...

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Early computers required air conditioning and dust-free zones. They crashed often, taking our data with them. It was advised to shut them every night to prevent konking out.

Nowadays, compute...

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  • It was thought that Macs, developed by Apple, don’t get viruses, and are safer to use.
  • The truth is that virus developers concentrated more on the Windows platform as it always had a l...

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Last year, Apple was fined millions of dollars for slowing down older iPhones, though they maintained that it was for a better experience and to ensure that the battery does not fail. 

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