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  • Hewitt Packard
    Hewlett Packard decide to split into two different companies
    Hewlett-Packard on Monday, October 6, 2014 announced it is going to be splitting into two companies according to the Wall Street Journal.The well known US firm is going to divide its well known-performing computer and printer business away from...
  • Technology
    The development of a bionic brain is within reach
    An understanding of the interface between how the brain works and computer science is opening up new horizons in the development of memory capabilities for computers. RMIT University reported on Sept. 29, 2014 research has mimicked brain cells in...
  • A young woman practicing yoga and meditation
    Yoga and meditation help people control computers with their minds
    Natural relaxation methods can dramatically help people control computers. The University of Minnesota reported on Sept. 25, 2014 that people who practice yoga and meditation can learn to control a computer with their minds quicker and better than...
  • Electronics
    Computer tablet, notepad and cell phone cases combine safety with attractiveness
    Whether you're an iPad fan, Kindle Fire fanatic or Motorola maniac, wireless gadgets have become as trendy as Lady Gaga's hair. And some of them equal the price that she pays for those elaborate creations. As a result, protecting your...
  • Hacking Traffic Lights
    Hacking Traffic Lights
    Hacking traffic lights may have been a big hit in movies and questioning if that was really possible. It gave hackers something to strive for on a day to day basis to push the limits. Nothing news worthy has happened until recently. Security...
  • Girls who code
    Girls who code
    Dear LA Teacher,My daughter was interested in computers and computer science when she started middle school. As a high school student her interest has waned. If she took up computer science as her college major, I’m sure she would be able to...
  • Facebook's Color Changing Virus is Back Again
    Facebook's Color Changing Virus is Back Again
    Facebook is not quite like Myspace when it comes to customizable themes. We all know the plain blue and white is old, but mostly those are the little things. We worry more about cat videos than anything else, however, there are some of us who wish...
  • College students seeking new computers before new year
    Tips for students buying a computer for college
    With a new school year comes the need for many students to get new computers; but the process can be confusing and daunting.It’s easy for consumers to walk into any electronics store and buy whatever computer an expert recommends. But the...
  • Bubblews bank keeps track of your real time earnings
    Bubblews offers writers the chance to earn money for their social interactions
    After an 18 month testing period the social media site Bubblews launched into the public realm yesterday, July 16, and users clicked away furiously trying to cash in on the offer of likes, comments and page views that pay out one penny at a time....
  • Kids React to Old Computers
    Kids react to old computers
    'Where's the mouse?'Remember when we didn't have a mouse?Remember when we didn't have Internet?Remember when we had floppy disks?Remember when we used DOS?These kids couldn't imagine how people used computers in those days...
  • Dual computer monitors
    5 benefits of dual computer monitors
    Using two computer monitors side-by-side has many advantages that people do not realize. Whether you have a desktop computer with one monitor or a laptop with one built in, consider obtaining another monitor to set next to your current one to reap...
  • 5 Tips to Recuperate Computer Workstation
    5 Tips to Recuperate Computer Workstation
    On the off chance that you are a little firm, it may not be worth trouble while having a devoted IT office or IT staff part. All things considered, if most things are running easily, it could be an immoderate empty on assets that no business needs...
  • The Infinity Program
    Book Review - 'The Infinity Program' by Richard H. Hardy
    Even aliens can't compete when it comes to drama in the workplace. Richard H. Hardy pens an exciting tale about an underground extraterrestrial computer with clairvoyant powers, but it's the humans it's manipulating who end up stealing...
  • Andy Warhol Museum of the Modern Art
    Andy Warhol’s lost digital art found on floppy disks
    Andy Warhol’s digital art has been recovered from floppy disks, and it is being shared with the world more than 30 years after it was originally created. Wired reports on Monday that the lost art was made in the 1980s and was forgotten after...
  • How to Locate a Hacking Event
    How to Locate a Hacking Event
    Do you enjoy using code? Is your favorite language a computer language? Maybe, the answer is yes and if that's the case simply participating in or attending a hackathon is the next command to perform. Basically, a Hackathon or hack day...