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  • Federal IT Facing Major Concerns in 2016

    U.S. Federal Government executives have quite the load of IT problems on their plates in 2016. The most obvious and significant concern is cybersecurity. Since 2006, more than 87 million private and sensitive records have been exposed through breaches of federal networks. Advanced cyber attack attempts have rapidly increased, according to new reports in 2015. In

  • Apple’s new iOS center in Naples raises eyebrows

    Source: USA Today Apple has announced the founding of its first European center for the development of iOS software in the southern city of Naples, a move seen in Italy as a new front in its war against a wave of European tax probes. Apple CEO Tim Cook personally announced the plan Friday in Rome,

  • Driverless Cars Are Coming. Here’s What to Expect

    Imagine commuting to work while catching up on your favorite TV show, reading the paper, or checking email. Millions of people do this daily while using public transportation to commute to work. Now, imagine all the multi-tasking — along with luxuriant coffee drinking — inside the peace and quiet of your own car. You program

  • A Nostalgic Look At Technology That is Dead and Gone

    [pullquote position=”left”]We live in an age preoccupied with novelty…[/pullquote] Technology is evolving as such a rapid pace, with everything from disruptive technology to smarter, lighter and more intelligent products that make our lives easier, we take a look back at technology that is still around that you may come to never see again, or maybe

  • Tesla PowerWall

    Why Tesla’s Powerwall Battery Is Amazing

    Energy Storage for a Sustainable Home All of humanity wants a really important victory in our battle to lower the CO2 emissions that are causing climate change.  Not long ago Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk introduced the world to the power wall, a wall-mounted battery for your house which aims to accelerate our transition to clean

  • Xbox One turns 180

    Microsoft backtracked on its much derided policy that would have required Xbox One gamers to connect their consoles to the Internet once a day to prevent game piracy. They faced a huge backlash when it announced its policy, just before the E3 video game conference earlier in May. Then, the company said it would allow gamers to