The iPhone continues to be the dominant smartphone in the industry. That does not mean, though, that everyone loves it. In fact, Android smartphones are siphoning a lot of users from the realm of iPhones
How susceptible is Java to hackers? A year ago, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued a warning to computer users about the security holes linked to the applet.
E-mail can become overwhelming.
You have to research Einstein’s life for a school paper. You need to check out the history of your company’s biggest competitor.
Remember Stuxnet? Back in 2010, a new bit of malicious software corrupted multiple systems required to access and control industrial equipment being used in Iran’s nuclear program
Remember the time when your only option for connecting to the Internet was to boot up your PC or laptop? Well, those times are definitely gone. You have more solutions than ever to access the Internet, everything from your smartphone to your tablet to your video-game console.
It’s an issue all computer users face: Would it be preferable to download a desktop e-mail client like Sparrow or Postbox or is Web-based e-mail like Gmail the better choice? Unsurprisingly, there isn’t a clear winner. For many users a high-end desktop e-mail client is the better choice.
Would you purchase a rice cooker with the Android operating system built into it? What about a dryer or refrigerator? Could you ever consider installing a microwave oven that was partially operated by Android?
Here’s a simple fact about technology, one which makes some people shudder while others celebrate: Everything we understand about it today will definitely change tomorrow. Recall the days when faxing represented cutting-edge tech?
This remains a challenging economy for the those who own small businesses. It’s difficult to attract customers, to convince them to purchase your offerings, in an environment where unemployment continues to be nearly 8 percent