Ask yourself how secure you think your technology is. Does your PC have virus software? Is the firewall enabled? Is your Internet connection wired or wireless? If you say "no" or "not sure" to any of these questions, you have a problem. Your information might be getting broadcast to any passing hacker who finds your data. While this isn't to...

We are approaching an era in which microchips and transistors are asymptotically approaching the upper limits of Moore's Law . This has made computer industry experts wonder what innovators can do as both consumers and industries demand faster (and more efficient) computer hardware, to fulfill a myriad of needs. Enter quantum computing. Quantum computing has been the holy grail of modern computing...

This article was originally published on CareerBuilder.com on 9/26/2016. Currently, network engineers make an average wage of $85,000 per year. They have demanding jobs that compensate them well, and they're constantly expanding their understanding of networks, platforms, software applications, and other facets of their careers. If this sounds familiar, you're likely a network engineer, and you might have some concern...

"Spooky action at a distance" is the way Einstein described quantum mechanics. This difficult and baffling aspect of physics may become the most secure way to transmit data in the future. Quantum scientists are uncovering ways to use quantum mechanics to create a more secure internet, but will it ever exist on a grand scale? The Concept of a Quantum...

The arrival of the New Year is the perfect time to upgrade your home gaming system. Since it’s the peak of the shopping season, as well, it’s easy to find some bargain deals and get yourself a brand-new gaming machine. Moreover, gamers who spend a lot of time on the road could replace their home desktop with a brand-new...

This year several major news sources like Time Magazine and the New York Times released articles describing humanity's new shortened attention span thanks to smartphones and technology. The clickbait headlines shouted that goldfish can now concentrate for longer than humans can. Smartphone detractors have long said that smartphones are damaging our brains and ruining our ability to communicate. Is...

Like a giant cyclone, the tech industry is sweeping new ideas up and spitting some of them back out so fast it can be hard to keep up. The whirlwind industry has been at full strength over the past few decades and each year new trends appear while old trends die. So, to start the year off right, we...
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