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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...
  • First computer developed that works like a human brain
    First computer developed that works like a human brain
    The first functional computer that works much like a human brain has been proven to be successful in solving complex mathematical equations. Massimiliano Di Ventra and Fabio Traversa with the Department of Physics at the University of California...
  • Computer room elephant
    ENIAC – the elephant in the computer room
    The first electronic general-purpose computer, Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC) was digital, Turing complete (a system of data-manipulation rules) and fully adept to reprogramming in an effort to solve "a large class of...
  • Brain tissue
    Arts, crafts and computers can help preserve your memory
    There are shared concerns among aging people about the possibility of memory loss. There are effective manners in which you can strive to maintain a healthy brain and good memory as you age. The American Academy of Neurology reported on April 8,...
  • Technology in the Classroom
    The Dark Side of Tech in Education
    Yes, it’s true that technology in the classroom can be a helpful thing. There are numerous reasons to use technology in the classroom. When used properly and to its fullest potential, tech in the classroom can be downright exciting and fun...
  • technology vs.the olden days
    Technology versus the olden days
    What a week. Three brand new digital cameras and not one of them would work. Had to return all three and order ones off the internet because the only digital camera that comes with two AA batteries are not sold in stores anymore. The digital...
  • Paul McCartney in 3-D
    Have some fun and print your very own 3-D Paul McCartney
    Paul McCartney's website on March 17 unveiled a new use of 3-D printing – a three-dimensional Paul McCartney. The 3-D figure came out of his recent “Hope for the Future” music video in which McCartney's form was scanned...
  • Paul McCartney in virtual reality
    McCartney song will be here, there and everywhere in new Dolby app
    Dolby Laboratories, Inc. announced Feb. 26 it will release three new cinematic virtual reality applications in Dolby Atmos, including one of a Paul McCartney performance of “Live and Let Die” from last August's Candlestick Park...
  • Internet of Things
    Jason Hope gives you 5 facts about the Internet of things you should know
    Anyone who follows technology in any capacity recognizes by now that cyberspace has begun to aggressively root itself directly into our physical space. Initially, simply being able to access the Internet from a remote mobile device was a massive...
  • The rise and fall of 'America's Technology Store' RadioShack
    The rise and fall of 'America's Technology Store' RadioShack
    As Shown in the photo of a 1991 Radio Shack catalog, the self proclaimed "America's Technology Store" was a leading retail outlet for consumer electronics in America for many years.RadioShack, the retail electronics chain of the baby...
  • Blackhat
    Blackhat: Director Michael Mann's Dark Cyber Vision Of Terror
    Michael Mann's latest thriller "Blackhat" serendipitously hits theaters this weekend at a time when justified public fears and heightened paranoia about compromised cyber security and the spectre of future cyber terrorism is at an...
  • Economical Value
    The Benefits and Economical Value of Short Pulse Technology
    Laser technology is a boon to industries as varied as science, manufacturing, and healthcare; however, the need for smaller, higher precision lasers is increasing. According to Coherent, biomedicine, semiconductor fabrication, micro machining,...
  • Two shots of Paul McCartney in virtual reality app
    Paul McCartney Candlestick Park song gets virtual reality treatment in new app
    A new Paul McCartney app allows fans to relive his performance of “Live and Let Die” from his August Candlestick Park concert performance in a 360-degree virtual reality environment, McCartney and Jaunt, the company responsible for the...
  • 3D printers of the future
    Could HP become the first consumer friendly 3D printing company?
    In an era of ever changing technological advancements, the new age of printers has descended upon us. 3D printers have been a long talked about scenario, with several companies competing to dominate the 3D printing field. This new technology can...
  • From Bedrooms to Billions
    From Bedrooms to Billions: Documentary on UK video game history is a must watch
    Video game documentary films seem to be coming out in clusters these days. From casual looks at how the industry got to where it is today from high score battles between mullet-headed arcade gamers forever trapped in the 20th Century, there have...
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