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Internet security: Keeping kids safe

The Internet is a vast trove of information, organized, categorized, and available mostly for free to all users. Google, far and away the most popular and easy to use search engine, turns in remarkably thorough results for search terms, even […]

Internet security: Keeping kids safe

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The Internet is a vast trove of information, organized, categorized, and available mostly for free to all users. Google, far and away the most popular and easy to use search engine, turns in remarkably thorough results for search terms, even […]

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Smart Wi-Fi router set for commercial release

Dubai, UAE: A wireless router that would actually allow you to access a network credentials portal, only if it recognizes your face, is scheduled to be launched on the

Pantyhose are fashionable once again

In England, we call them tights, and, to be honest, I've never been a fan of them. I can’t seem to enjoy that extra layer feeling and the waist

Artificial Intelligence: Friend or foe?

A growing number of the world’s most prominent scientists are beginning to voice warnings about artificial intelligence and its likely, or at least possible, threat to humankind. Stephen Hawking, recipient

Sleep with music

I’ll try anything for my sleep. Recently my habits have improved because of new pillows and melatonin and not burning the candle at both ends so much. But there

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

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