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Beatles question: Which one are you?

“A Day in the Life”.” Eleanor Rigby”.” Something”. “What Goes On”. Are these song titles immediately recognizable by you as Beatles songs? John wrote the first, with a little help from his friend, Paul. Paul of course wrote the haunting […]

Beatles question: Which one are you?

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“A Day in the Life”.” Eleanor Rigby”.” Something”. “What Goes On”. Are these song titles immediately recognizable by you as Beatles songs? John wrote the first, with a little help from his friend, Paul. Paul of course wrote the haunting […]

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Internet changes, cell phones endure

Fifty- eight percent of the world's population uses smart phones to connect to the Internet. For many of them, it is the only device they own that gives them

Online ads: We got’em

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Privacy is gone

People are concerned with the erosion of their privacy attributed to the Internet, and they are right to be. But what we've lost is as nothing compared to the

Internet threats and what you should know

The following is a by-no-means comprehensive collection of the various types of malware you'll find at one time or another while on the Internet. As news spreads concerning Lenovo's

Lenovo caught spying

UPDATE: (The hue and cry over the Superfish malware has forced the company to issue a tool to users of Lenovo PCs that are preloaded with the malicious " adware."

Evolution of digital technology and the demise of everything else

Mobile Internet devices, mostly cellphones but also tablets and personal computers, have rendered many existing technologies obsolete, and there are more that are fated for the chopping block as

Nexus 9 could have been better

Google has partnered with HTC to release the new Nexus 9, which is meant to take the place of the very popular, very capable, and very inexpensive Nexus 7,

Technology: The future is unknown

The rapid growth of the internet is not just changing the way we interact and exchange information with our friends and family, it is changing the face of the

Science Fiction: A vision of the future

The increasing acceleration of the rate of technological advances is presently such that many so-called mainstream writers, such as Canada's Margaret Atwood, are placing their stories in the near

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