• Microsoft Is Planning To Offer A Single Operating System Across All Platforms
    [July 24, 2014] At some point in the future, Microsoft will offer its users a single operating system experience across all screens, making things a lot easier on application developers. Rather than having to worry about developing apps for Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox all separately, they’ll just be able to develop apps for this singular platform.
  • Every Company is a Cloud Company: The Relationship Between Technology and the Future of Business
    [June 19, 2014] People first. That’s where this discussion begins. My guest on this episode of Revolution is NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson. For running one of the leading companies in the cloud business software game, Nelson is among the more grounded and sincere technology executives I’ve sat down with in quite a while. We didn’t discuss innovation, speeds […]
  • Microsoft’s Thin Surface Pro 3 Integrates Features For IT Professionals
    [May 29, 2014] Microsoft introduced the Surface Pro 3 tablet on Tuesday. It’s actually a tablet and laptop in one with multiple processor, RAM and storage options. For those of you who like it thin, it’s 30% thinner than an 11-inch MacBook Air. It also happens to be the company’s biggest tablet to date. The Surface Pro 3 […]
  • Mozilla Boasts “Ability to Customize” In Latest Firefox Update
    [May 1, 2014] Mozilla announced the launch of Firefox 29, which it calls its most customizable Firefox ever. It includes a new design, a customization mode, a new Firefox menu, new bookmarks, a new add-on manager, and enhanced sync powered by Firefox Accounts.
  • Tech Startup Scene in Kansas City Is Red Hot!
    [March 20, 2014] Lots of tech start-up activity is taking place in Kansas City, home of Duct Tape Marketing, the Kauffman Foundation and the first city to receive Google Fiber in late 2012 in an estimated half billion dollar investment. Long referred to as the “Silicon Prairie,” Kansas City is quietly making its mark as a great place […]
  • Pre-Orders For MakerBot’s Replicator Now Starting
    [February 27, 2014] At CES 2014, MakerBot unveiled three new 3D printers – the Replicator, the Replicator Mini and the Replicator Z18. The Replicator Desktop 3D printer is already available, but the other two would launch later in the year.
  • ‘Core’ Hardware For Google To Be Developed By Nest
    [February 6, 2014] As you know, Google announced that it is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for close to $3 billion. You’re probably also aware that the company recently announced that it will acquire Nest, makers of smart thermostats and smoke detector.
  • Awesome Technology and Gadgets from CES 2014
    [January 16, 2014] Loads of new hardware and mobile technology has been announced at CES in Las Vegas. the following are just a few of the cool solutions that made as say WOW. All of the World’s gadget makers, device manufacturers, and mobile technology solution providers are on hand to reveal what’s coming in 2014 – what made […]
  • Asus To Announce New Phones At CES 2014?
    [December 31, 2013] Next week, tech companies from all over the world will descend upon Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show. The show is already expected to draw a major presence with TV manufacturers duking it out over who has the best display while Microsoft returns to the show floor after a year’s absence. Hoping not to […]
  • Mozilla, BBC Want To Improve The Web
    [December 5, 2013] The Web is arguably the most important invention of the modern era. It’s a shame then that more organizations are not out there helping people learn how to get the most out of it. The organizations that are supporting humanity’s relationship with the Web got a shot in the arm over the weekend, however, thanks […]
  • FLOWCHART: Troubleshoot Your Google Authorship Issues
    [November 12, 2013] While Google Authorship can be an excellent way to attract more attention and traffic to your authored content from Google organic search results, it can also be a big challenge to implement properly. What would seem like a relatively straightforward process can actually become a confusing maze of unordered steps and technical frustrations.
  • Watch The Nexus 5 In Action
    [October 17, 2013] We still don’t know when Google’s Nexus 5 will be released, but recent rumors peg it as launching later this month. That certainly seems appropriate as more and more people are somehow getting their hands on the latest smartphone from Google and LG.
  • Google Drive For iOS Updated
    [September 12, 2013] If you’ll recall, Google launched an update to its Google Drive app for Android back in May. This notably brought the ability to preview files. Now, Drive for iOS has gotten a similar update, along with a new look.
  • Despite Not Reaching $32 Million In Funding Goal, Canonical Remains Optimistic
    [August 29, 2013] The Ubuntu Edge was a highly ambitious smartphone with an equally ambitious Indiegogo campaign. Canonical hoped to raise $32 million in a month to fund the creation of what it saw as the future of smartphones, but it only managed to rake in a record breaking $12 million instead. With that in mind, where does […]
  • HTTPS Being Added To Wikimedia Projects To Increase Security
    [August 6, 2013] The Wikimedia Foundation is working on making its projects more secure to protect users’ privacy.
  • Google Tips on Securing your WiFi Network
    [July 18, 2013] I bet you’ve noticed many of your neighbors have unsecured WiFI and I also guarantee to you that many of them have not altered the default settings on their routers as well! Google has a cool resource know as their Good to Know site, and they’ve also shared a fun video and blog on tips […]
  • Mozilla’s Cookie Problem Might Have Been Solved
    [June 27, 2013] Mozilla enraged advertisers earlier this year when it said it would block all third-party cookies in its popular Firefox browser. Those same advertisers breathed a collective sigh of relief when Mozilla put those plans on hold to fix a problem in its anti-cookie patch. Now Mozilla is back on the warpath again after finding a […]
  • Watch Windows 8.1 In Action
    [June 6, 2013] Windows 8.1 is real, and it’s coming later this year. Thus far, we’ve heard from Microsoft what the update will mean for consumers and Enterprise customers. Now a Microsoft developer has delivered the first video of the operating system in action.
  • Hotmail Officially Rolled Into Outlook
    [May 9, 2013] In the late 90s, Hotmail was the most popular online email service available. Though Yahoo email and Gmail later arrived to give the service significant competition, Hotmail remained widely used for over 16 years. Now, Hotmail has become another relic of the early internet.
  • Digg Finds That Users Don’t Want Changes For Their Google Reader Replacement
    [April 16, 2013] You definitely know that Google is killing Google Reader. You’ve either seen or been part of the outrage. Google will be officially shuttering their popular (but not popular enough) product on July 1st, but as you would expect they’re slowly removing its presence to help ease us all into the transition.
  • New Digg RSS Reader Will Be Fast, Simple, and Work Well With Social Media
    [March 26, 2013] Just hours after Google made the unsurprisingly unpopular decision to kill off Google Reader on July 1st, Digg announced their plans to build their own RSS reader – one that will serve as a replacement both in functionality and in spirit. Although Digg said that they were “confident [they] can cook up a worthy successor,” […]
  • Name.com Caught Hijacking Non-Existent Subdomains
    [March 5, 2013] Name.com has been caught hijacking non-existent subdomains in an effort to send the traffic to domain parking pages–where they make money from the clicks.
  • The Push For Faster, Cheaper internet
    [February 12, 2013] The United States has a problem – our Internet costs far too much for speeds that barely amount to anything. The FCC engineered a plan to get us on the right track with the National Broadband Plan, but not a lot has come of it yet. Now one Internet fairness proponent has come out swinging […]
  • Hardware Tip – HP Performance Advisor
    [January 21, 2013] Something new from HP to kick off 2013 – HP Performance Advisor, designed to keep your harwdare performing… as seen in this fast paced overview of the benefits of HP PA for workstation’s performance. Performance Advisor notifies users when components like memory are not being used properly and offers suggestions to quickly improve the performance […]
  • Google Now Just Might Be Coming To Chrome
    [December 13, 2012] Google Now may soon be part of the Chrome web browser. A note was discovered on the Chromium (the open source project on which Chrome is based) site, indicating that such an integration is being buit.