Yesterday’s Tech and the Security Woes of Today

The biggest way we are attacked when it comes to our cyber vulnerability is through the fortifications we leave up that are antiquated and old. Some experts believe that between 30 and 50 percent of the hardware as well as the software assets that are in the average large scale business have reached their end … Continue reading Yesterday’s Tech and the Security Woes of Today

White House and EU Reach Spying Accord

After months of discussion, the European Union and United States government have agreed on the final changes to a new data protection agreement that will be called the EU-US Privacy Shield. The agreement is designed to replace the Safe Harbour pact, an agreement between the two entities meant to facilitate the globalization of services offered by … Continue reading White House and EU Reach Spying Accord

Computing Taps into Additional Senses

Imagine you’re sitting on a beach, the salt is in the air, you have the smell of coconut oil around you and you’re digging into the bar-b-que you just grilled up. You send your friends a picture of this beautiful scene, but something is missing. What is really special about this moment for you is … Continue reading Computing Taps into Additional Senses

Google May Expand its VR

As the recent Sundance Film Festival proved, the VR craze is just beginning, and competitive tech companies like Google are loathe to let a tech market go untapped. Perhaps that’s why Google originally came out with Google Cardboard, a low-tech, affordable lens-fitted cardboard headset that could be used in addition to a smartphone with Google Cardboard VR … Continue reading Google May Expand its VR

Virtual Reality Hits Sundance

Anyone who’s had the fortune to try on the Oculus Rift (with access to the proper processing power) understands how incredibly thrilling virtual reality can be. Although it’s been said that virtual reality will change the AV game for a long, long time, it seems that social media and advance technology might finally be in … Continue reading Virtual Reality Hits Sundance

Could Quantum Computing Spell the End of the Bitcoin?

Although people may have their doubts about the bitcoin, most will concede that it’s a really ingenious concept, if nothing else. When the person or people behind the alias “Satoshi Nakamoto” released plans for the bitcoin in 2008, it was in direct response to the 2008 financial crisis and the corrupt and irresponsible bankers who … Continue reading Could Quantum Computing Spell the End of the Bitcoin?

4 Fictional Computer Hackers Who Can Virtually Hack Into Anything

Hollywood loves its hackers and they’ve created many iconic ones over the years. The job of a hacker is simple, access the server, bypass the firewall, drop a bug and leave without a trance. After that he has remote access to pretty much anything he wants remote access to. It sounds simple but it requires … Continue reading 4 Fictional Computer Hackers Who Can Virtually Hack Into Anything