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  • Pac Man on Google Maps
    Google Maps plus Pac Man equals fun to the max
    Are you a Pac Man fanatic? Does your high score still stand at the neighborhood arcade from 1980? Well rejoice, because, today, Google Mapslets you relive the dream which can be easily customized to your destination.How would you like to roam as...
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Identity Theft
    Frequently Asked Questions About Identity Theft
    I remember my teachers always telling me there are no stupid questions. When it comes to identity theft, this is especially true. The more you know about identity theft, the better prepared you will be to prevent it from happening to you. Here are...
  • iBrailler
    More than meets the eye: app for the blind
    Sohan Dharmaraja, an engineer from Stanford University, produced an app specifically designed for visually impaired persons known as iBrailler Notes. In providing new tools and more flexibility, the app is a medium that integrates those that have...
  • Tips to Stay Digitally Safe on Spring Break
    Tips to Stay Digitally Safe on Spring Break
    Give me a break! In the next month, students will get the week off for spring break—a much needed reward after months of hard work and, for some, gnarly winter weather. Spring break means free time, family vacations, trips with friends, and...
  • Sheriff’s office offers Home Security Tips
    Sheriff’s office offers Home Security Tips
    Here’s good advice from a sheriff’s office about how to protect your house.Burglars and home invaders don’t give a flying hoot if you keep thinking, “It can’t happen to me and this is a safe neighborhood.” In...
  • The state of nonprofits
    The state of nonprofits
    In today’s economic climate, people are depending heavily on charitable organizations to fill a lot of gaps. Demand is way up- 80% of nonprofit organizations have reported an increase in demand, and an astounding 56% are unable to meet the...
  • Can an App really act as a Bodyguard?
    Can an App really act as a Bodyguard?
    In the event of an attack, new smartphone applications can be used to send an alarm to a pre-chosen person. And the potential victims location can then be tracked.But is this faster and more secure than a woman whipping out pepper spray and...
  • Meerkat: Darling of SXSW is both cool and addictive
    Meerkat: Darling of SXSW is both cool and addictive
    Meerkat, the nascent livestreaming app, is barely a month old and already incredibly popular. According to CNN on Mar. 26, 2015, who recently met with CEO and co-founder Ben Rubin.Even though it appears to have just arrived on the scene, Rubin...
  • Daycare business owners: How using childcare technology can save your center
    Daycare business owners: How using childcare technology can save your center
    When thinking of grabbing technology deals on the Internet, some folks limit themselves to the bargains they can receive for gadgets filling up Amazon’s “Today’s Deals” section. However, by expanding their philosophy to...
  • Hackers for Hire both Good and Bad
    Hackers for Hire both Good and Bad
    Ever see those public bulletin boards with all the business cards on them? Don’t be surprised if you spot one that says “Hacker•for•Hire.” These are hackers who will, for a nice juicy fee, hack into your wife’s...
  • How to recover lost data from iPhone
    How to recover lost data from iPhone, iPad and iPod
    When the device shows us that we run out of memory, then we start deleting unimportant files and images. But, as we are completing the action in haste, most often we end up deleting the important images or files or videos. Now, what do we do? You...
  • Everyone is vulnerable to Attack
    Everyone is vulnerable to Attack
    There’s the war on drugs, the war on terrorism, the war on cancer and the war on cyber threats. In fact, more people are vulnerable to cyber attacks than they are to the first three threats combined.So pervasive is this threat that President...
  • Password Security vulnerable to Trickery
    Password Security vulnerable to Trickery
    There’s only one entrance to the house: a steel door two feet thick. If someone from the outside touched the door—even with a battering ram—they’ll get an electric shock. No bad guys could get through, right?Well, suppose...
  • The D-Link Outdoorsman; technical braun and brains together
    The D-Link Outdoorsman; technical braun and brains together
    What lurks outside your house? Who is on your property? Day or night, do these questions plague you? If so, its time to meet the camera that D-Link says is “..durable on the outside, smart on the inside..”The DCS-2330L, a.k.a. The...
  • jewelry
    Integrating Interactive Tools Makes Online Shopping Feel Real
    Walk into an electronic store or jewelry outlet at the mall and what do you see? Customers habitually try on the products before they buy. Display versions of gold necklaces are worn. Wristwatches are previewed. Dressing rooms are part and parcel...