With the explosion in popularity of smartphones and tablets, mobile web design has experienced similar growth. Because so many rely on their mobile devices to surf the Web, it’s become imperative for many companies to offer mobile websites that are easy to navigate and offer the same content offered by their regular websites. Because of… Continue reading The best in mobile web design tactics
As you read this, hackers everywhere are hard at work trying to obtain your personal information and steal your identity. It’s scary, but it’s also a common part of today’s online landscape. With cyber crime in mind, here are some new ways hackers are infiltrating your online world and taking what they want. Malware… Continue reading New ways hackers are stealing your identity
So what are radar detectors? Why is this technology being sold in the market today and most importantly why are there debates and moves to totally ban the use of these devices where these have already been legalized like the Western Australia and most of United States and Europe? Radar detectors are compact devices attached… Continue reading Radar detectors: legal or Illegal?
Picture it. You’re driving down the road singing along to Britney Spears and your phone blows up with notifications. Your best friend Sally texted you, someone liked the selfie you posted to Facebook and all of a sudden your breaking heavily to stop at the red light in front of you…As you try to come… Continue reading Are cell phones and social media killing drivers?
Many opinions on this particular matter surfaced but I’d like to say this to start: I always more about playing video games than watching someone else play video games. I want to be able to experience what’s happening onscreen for myself and I can only get so much of an experience out of what others… Continue reading Video gaming channels: the hits keep coming
The democratization of technologies always transforms us. Consider the enormous benefits from ubiquitous access to the automobile, air travel, and the personal computer. When the majority has access to technology new possibilities emerge, potential increases, and lives are improved. But, is access the whole story? At the first Hackers Conference in 1984 Stewart Brand told… Continue reading Silicon Valley robot startup to democratize programming
We sometimes forget about how technology pervades everything we do. We are much more keen to the differences in technology, say in the last two decades, on topics like phones, computers, or televisions. But we don’t often compare different areas where our superior technology may transform an entire industry. Cruise ships seem like a cut-and-dry… Continue reading The 4 biggest tech innovations in cruise travel
Samsung has really been on the rise lately. The Samsung Galaxy S4 has become a formidable rival to the iPhone. The active model of the Galaxy S4 is the first cell phone of its kind. The company teamed up with Jay-Z to promote his new album. Now Samsung is taking the next step, by holding… Continue reading Samsung announces first Global Developers Conference
There is an area of the internet that is avoided by most internet rights groups and that champions the cause for censorship when it comes to scaring up public support: child pornography. Even the most pro-internet-anarchy organizations often acknowledge that it’s the one area that should be addressed. Now, supporters of a controlled internet have… Continue reading UK PM goes after internet porn
About a week ago, Sony announced its plans to release a line of SD cards – as well as other pieces of software – for the sake of backing up laptop computers. Consumers would, in essence, be able to take their files with them. Through an AES 256-bit encryption process and the use of a… Continue reading 3 reasons why Sony’s SD backup should go worldwide