What’s in store for the future of GPS? Check out GPS III

12/05/19
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It’s easy to take our access to GPS for granted, it’s always there, at our fingertips whenever we need it. Long gone are the days of Thomas Guide and MapQuest, it’s easy, just GPS it. Not that we need to know exactly how it works (so long as it does), but in case you were curious…...

Tips to Prevent Ransomware

12/02/19
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No company wants to tell their customers or shareholders they have been hit by Ransomware. Despite the obvious hassles of recovering encrypted data and paying the ransom, the bigger impact may be the long term reputation management of facing an attack. Here are a few tips to prevent a...

Can Smart Glasses Replace the Smartphones?

11/26/19
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“Hi, my name is _________ and I am addicted to my smartphone.” We’re joking (a little), but we’re also assuming this type of support group really exists. According to a study by KDA Engineering on smartphone addiction, up to 92% of Americans believe that the addiction is real....

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Top 5 Tech Deals on Black Friday

11/22/19
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Looking for the best tech deals on Black Friday? Here is your cheat sheet before you run out the door to work off that turkey! Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: Was $129.00 now $84.99 at Amazon The Kindle is always a hit with the readers in your life, and this version is the thinnest, lightest...

More Traffic Requires More Capacity, or Does it?

11/21/19
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Our use of the internet—and the sheer volume of data we send and receive over it—has grown in ways we could never imagine. Think back to the glory days of the good ol’ Commodore 64 in the mid 80s, when total global internet traffic reached 15GB per month. By 2014, we saw the average user...

Liquid Immersion Cooling and How it Can Benefit Your Data Center

11/20/19
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If you’ve ever had the pleasure of strolling down the aisles of a data center, you’ve probably stopped and thought, this place is really loud! And it is. Depending on the size of the data center, the noise, temperature, and air circulation are environmental issues data center workers face...

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Disney Plus Hacked Within Hours of Launch

11/19/19
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Excited about Disney Plus? You might want to hold your horses a bit--that is until they get the hackers out of the system. It only took a few hours after Disney launched their new streaming service for hackers to infiltrate user's accounts. The con's changed log-in credentials, locked out...

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Google cashing in on “Cache”-a New Checking Account

11/13/19
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Google, in an effort to follow the money is hot on the heels of Apple and Facebook in developing their own financial system —Apple launched a new credit card with Goldman Sachs in August and Facebook is currently pitching Libra, a new cryptocurrency.  In the same vein, Google will offer...

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‘Space-aged’ Wine? How a microgravity environment could improve research and manufacturing

11/04/19
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Mmmmm… Space Aged. Not something you’d hear the typical wine taster say, yet. A French startup called Space Cargo Unlimited, just sent 12 bottles of wine up to the International Space Station (ISS) in a resupply rocket. This wine however, is not meant for astronaut consumption. Why...

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The Global Internet Censorship Phenomenon

10/31/19
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The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) has been monitoring internet censorship around the world since 2012. OONI is a free software, global observation network for detecting censorship, surveillance and traffic manipulation on the internet. “They measure what's being blocked...