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October 31, 2014

Intel delivers on their promise to deliver 14nm Broadwell chip allowing for better performance and more efficient power consumption while still adhering to historic scaling goals.

October 30, 2014

The thought of entering a windowless plane will cause most people to cringe, but after reading through this you might not cringe at all. Windowless planes would cost less to build and maintain plus with the amount of technology that’s being talked about, you might not even notice that there are no windows.


October 29, 2014

Our clients ask us about tablets quite often. With a marketplace full of tablets capable of replacing laptops, readers, and mobile media players, it’s easy to see their appeal. Engadget has put together a list of what it calls the “top 12 tablets you can buy right now.” Whether you’re in the market for a laptop replacement, a gaming device, or a tablet on a budget, this list will have something for you.

October 28, 2014

Netbooks (small internet browsing machines built for low-weight and low-cost) were effectively rendered obsolete by tablet devices like the iPad and Surface Pro, and Ultrabooks (high performance, high priced, light-weight machines). Increasingly traditional laptops, with their high performance processors, removable batteries, and built-in optical drives, are becoming rare. They are losing market share to Ultrabooks, and tablets. Is laptop extinction around the corner?

October 27, 2014

This morning, Microsoft announced that all Office 365 accounts will come with unlimited OneDrive storage. Gone are the 1 terabyte caps that were recently introduced. If you pay for Office, your storage is free.

October 24, 2014

Here’s a reminder to be vigilant with your iTunes account, and Apple ID. Phishers have made Apple their largest target with 17.7 percent of all phishing attacks, followed by Paypal at 14.4 percent.

October 23, 2014

The implications are amazing. A battery that will charge in minutes, and outlast the device it powers, by years!

A new battery design could reduce charge times for your cell phone to only a few minutes, and the battery is expected to last for 10,000 charge cycles over a 20 year lifespan. In addition to revolutionizing the technology that powers mobile devices, this has huge implications for the performance and longevity of batteries used in electric cars as well.

October 22, 2014

About a year ago the media started loudly proclaiming that “sitting is the new smoking.” The sound bite reeked of local nightly news fear-mongering, but there’s science behind it: the “sitting disease,” caused by being sedentary for hours at a time, raises your chances of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and even cancer.

Problem is, we need to stay seated to work on computers. 

October 21, 2014

An especially sneaky type of hack is on the rise. Hackers can infect your computer by piggybacking on Web ads — even on trusted websites.

Hackers are slipping malware into legitimate-looking online advertisements. When you visit sites that serve those ads, you’re automatically and unknowingly downloading computer viruses.

October 19, 2014

The director of the FBI savaged tech companies for their recent embrace of end-to-end encryption and suggested rewriting laws to ensure law enforcement access to customer data in a speech on Thursday.

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