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Monthly Archives: February 2016

big data

Since ancient times, people have experimented with light, cherishing shiny metals like gold and cutting gemstones to brighten their sparkles. Today we are far more advanced in how we work with this ubiquitous energy. Starting...
Oscar

The buzz leading up to this year’s Academy Awards was tempered with protests against an institution that has remained too white and too male for too long. How would host Chris Rock handle the...
Applr encryption

A federal magistrate judge in California has issued a warrant ordering Apple to assist the FBI in accessing data on an iPhone used by a suspect in the December 2015 San Bernardino mass shooting. Apple’s...
iPhone

The ongoing fight between Apple and the FBI over breaking into the iPhone maker’s encryption system to access a person’s data is becoming an increasingly challenging legal issue. With a deadline looming, Apple filed court...
streaming video

Earlier this month, YouTube’s new subscription video on demand service (SVOD) YouTube Red launched its first swag of “original” programs. This followed news of significant rights acquisitions by SVOD services at the Sundance and...

Many years ago if you wanted to ensure a smooth connection to the Internet you'd grab the CAT5 cable. Fast forward to today and we see that WiFi standards have continued to improve and...
cyber attacks

Last week, The New York Times revealed that the Obama administration had prepared a cyberattack plan to be carried out against Iran in the event diplomatic negotiations failed to limit that country’s nuclear weapons...
Big Data

The world’s biggest technology companies are handing over the keys to their success, making their artificial intelligence systems open-source. Traditionally, computer users could see the end product of what a piece of software did by,...
Date App

Online dating sites and apps are transforming relationships. More than 10 percent of American adults – and almost 40 percent of people who identify as “single and looking” – are using online dating websites...
Straight A Students

Demand for innovation is at an all-time high. Innovation is now recognized as being key to economic growth strategies in the United States, Canada and countries in the European Union. As a result, there is...
Hillary Clinton

A liberal tidal wave is building within the Democratic Party, but Bernie Sanders is no longer the only candidate riding it. Hillary Clinton’s crucial victory in the Nevada Caucuses on Saturday showed that Sanders does...
new air route

Blaze a New Trail offers features like nonstop Wi-Fi, power outlets and a year of LinkedIn Premium At this point, Silicon Valley is known to many outside of the Bay Area as the hub for...