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  • Web Browser Security
    Safe web browsing 101
    Many banks and financial institutions are now encouraging their customers to self-serve themselves online. This means that you have likely had to log on to the web or use your phone at some point to manage your finances.When you log on to your...
  • Ashley Madison data hack
    What the Ashley Madison hack teaches us about user data security on the web
    Cyber criminals are a continuous threat to internet privacy as computers and “the cloud” are relied upon for data transmission and storage. According to Forbes (Aug. 20), cyber criminals hang out in either of three segments of the Web...
  • Responsive Web Design Valued by Bing
    Bing About to Launch its Mobile Friendly Algorithm
    Google took the lead with launching Mobilegeddon, its mobile-friendly algorithm in April and now Bing is following suit with its own version, in the upcoming months. Though no specific date has been mentioned, it seems to be in no hurry to launch...
  • Local Website
    7 Pitfalls to Stay Away from While Building Your Local Website
    The challenges that local businesses face are very different from ones that larger corporations have to confront. The former have a smaller customer base and their geographical reach is smaller too. This means a local business website is...
  • Web presence management
    Web presence management proposed as alternative to paid ads
    Is it still possible for a website to attract online attention nowadays even without utilizing paid ads? Conductor seems to think so. The marketing software company based in Flatiron, New York is currently making a bid to put an end to the...
  • Hired.com
    Hired doubles revenue, expands operations and gets offers for tech workers
    Are you plodding along in what you would consider a "dead end" tech sector job?You quickly need to become familiar with Hired.Hired is the two-sided career marketplace where you can put yourself and your talents out there to multiple...
  • In comedy, 'Cyber-Seniors,' teenagers teach old folks how to use the Internet
    In comedy, 'Cyber-Seniors,' teenagers teach old folks how to use the Internet
    “Cyber-Seniors” is a comedic documentary about teenagers volunteering to teach seniors how to use Facebook, YouTube, and everything else on the Internet. The senior students are in their 80s and 90s and most start out saying things...
  • What to Pack
    Technology Is Making Your Summer Trips Much Easier
    Thanks to the our planet’s tilted axis, for a few months out of the year one hemisphere points more directly towards the sun than the other. The end result of this off-center spin is that from about the beginning of June through to the end...
  • Firefox29update
    Mozilla Firefox Web browser update brings new UI design with 'fading' tabs
    The decade old Mozilla Firefox Web browser just got a major overhaul in the form of an online update. Announced by Mozilla Tuesday (April 29), the update brings Firefox up to version 29 and features a noticeably new user interface (UI). Firefox is...
  • Online Interactives
    5 Interactives That Prove Content Doesn't Have To Be Lame
    The web has come a long way. Before we were "tweeting" and "liking" videos and products, we were creating web pages that said "Hello World!" and showing off our ability to make H1 and H2 tags. Fast forward to today...
  • The Future of Tech
    Why 2013 Was a Slow Year for Tech Startups & How to Make Yours Successful
    Though the relentless march of technology never ceases, last year’s innovations came largely from proven commodities. One quick look at the numbers makes it apparent: 2013 was not a good year for tech startups.As the saying goes, those that...
  • OnceLogix Founders
    Shining Light on Black History
    Shining Light on Black HistoryThree African American Men Changing the Dynamics of Technology There is no secret when it comes to African American men, the numbers are staggering and the reality is sobering, but Trinity Manning, Rod Brown, and...
  • Invisible Cow
    Online game review: Findtheinvisiblecow.com
    When a digital game has no graphics to speak of, can you really say they are bad?These are the sorts of questions you ask yourself when you are trying to analyze something like Findtheinsivisiblecow.com from a critical standpoint. Does it succeed...
  • Panel
    Start-ups, techies flock to Santa Monica for Silicon Beach Fest 2013
    Silicon Beach Fest started off with a bang on Wednesday afternoon with SBF Demo Day at Cross Campus in Santa Monica, showcasing some of SoCal’s best and brightest start-ups, such as Enplug, Prevoty, Atlas and Wallaby. (I actually had the...
  • Supportify
    Supportify helps website owners include support to their website easily
    If you are a website owner or developer, then you know what it takes to build a product, launch it, and maintain it. What if your users have a question or an issue, where do they turn to? More often than not, as Jordan Yaker, the CEO of Supportify...
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