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Dan Watson

How to create infinite unique, strong passwords that you can always remember

Dan Watson | June 30, 2016 | Technology
Passwords are required just about everywhere you go on the web. Whether you are posting on a casual blog or accessing bank statements, a password is required. Unfortunately passwords get stolen, guessed, and hacked all too often, and most likely, it will...
Harold Stark

Game Review: The Technomancer

Harold Stark | June 30, 2016 | Technology
It is always great to see indie developers going outside their comfort zone and taking on the AAA giants of the genre by creating something massive and open world, which is exactly what The Technomancer claims to be.
AJ Agrawal

How Tech Is Changing in 2016

AJ Agrawal | June 30, 2016 | Technology
As we enter deeper and deeper into the digital age, tech is consistently changing. While many think we may have hit a plateau with the use of smartphones and other mobile devices, technology is only evolving more and more, sometimes in different arenas. As we approach the middle of 2016,...
William Morrow

Beyond Double Pane: New Energy Efficient Glass Technology

William Morrow | June 30, 2016 | Technology
Image Source Keeping your home or business building in the ideal temperature range year-round takes a lot of energy. Maintaining a recommended 78°F in summer (26° Celsius) and 68° in winter (20° Celsius) requires either an enormous amount of...
AJ Agrawal

How To Remove Dust and Scratches In Adobe Lightroom

AJ Agrawal | June 30, 2016 | Technology
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Dust and scratches are a reality of older images. You may also be using a camera that isn't in good shape. The point is that you need to clean it up. First impressions are everything, and people make them in 50 milliseconds. Don't diminish the visual power of your...
George Zarkadakis

Elon Musk Is Wrong About AI. Here's Why.

George Zarkadakis | June 30, 2016 | Technology
Will AI evolve to become an existential threat to humanity? Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk and physicist Stephen Hawking seem to think so. They are amongst a number of luminaries who see intelligent machines as humanity's way of committing collective suicide.
The Cut

These Apps Let You Get The Pill And Skip The Pelvic Exam

The Cut | June 30, 2016 | Technology
By Annie Lowrey A few weeks ago, I went to pick up my birth-control prescription from my local pharmacy and was told my doctor needed renew it. I called my doctor's office, and they told me I needed to come in. I came in,...
Sarah Ware

3 Reasons Why You Should Move Your Startup To Austin, Texas

Sarah Ware | June 30, 2016 | Technology
There are tech hot spots popping up all over the country -- Colorado, Washington DC, Raleigh, NC among others -- but the appeal of Austin was too great for us to ignore. We moved our tech startup to Austin, and here's three reasons why you should too.
Adam Levin

How to Protect Your Identity While You're Out Of Town

Adam Levin | June 30, 2016 | Crime
While it's important to do everything you can to protect yourself from identity-related crime when you're traveling, it's equally important to do everything you can to protect your home and the breadcrumbs of your identity that you leave behind.
Jayme Cellitioci

Engineer, Poet, Pianist, Inventor, Innovator: Radia Perlman

Jayme Cellitioci | June 30, 2016 | Technology
I am deeply grateful to cross and build bridges with folks like you, Radia Perlman, and I am thrilled that thousands of wide-eyed children across the country will get to know you too.
Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr.

Incubating The Next Generation Of Minority Tech Talent

Carlos M. Gutierrez, Jr. | June 30, 2016 | Technology
As individuals, organizations, and governments continue to focus on developing new solutions to help solve our world's most challenging problems, tech incubators have become an important tool to help spur innovation.
Jayson DeMers Brings Peace, Not Violence, To Our Troops With Video Games

Jayson DeMers | June 29, 2016 | Impact
A few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Steven Machuga, who has a background in charity work for members of the military. Machuga recently founded, a military-focused charity to realize his vision: bringing happiness and peace to deployed members of the military through care packages that feature video games.
Steven Schkolne

Why the Vive is Winning VR

Steven Schkolne | June 29, 2016 | Technology
For decades, VR has been sold to us as a mythic escape into a big, open world of synthetic fantasy. In the 1980's, movies like Tron and the Lawnmower Man depicted protagonists exploring vast, action-packed neon landscapes. In the 1990's, Snow Crash and the Matrix described vivid journeys through, again,...
Steve Hall

Easily Distracted by Shiny Objects: Are New Technologies Threatening Your Mobile Strategy?

Steve Hall | June 29, 2016 | Technology
Every day it seems like there's a new wave of game-changing technology being unleashed upon the world -- the Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and chat bots. These and other nascent technologies are poised to completely transform the way we live and work -- and the enterprise...
Diane Smith

Recognizing Mobile Innovation Everywhere

Diane Smith | June 29, 2016 | Technology
I'm close friends with entrepreneurs located in some pretty out of the way places. Whether they're making craft beer, in hospitality, combating climate change, curing disease, or building new social media platforms, they're all reliant on their mobile devices and the apps that go with them.
Andrea Pflaumer

The Post That Nearly Broke Facebook

Andrea Pflaumer | June 29, 2016 | Fifty
About a month ago I posted on my Facebook business page what I thought was a fairly lovely -- and innocuous -- photo of two beautiful women, Maggie Smith and Judi Dench. I captioned it: 'Two divine women. No wild outfits. No heavy make-up or plastic surgery.' The post got nearly 16 million views.
Robert Brustein


Robert Brustein | June 28, 2016 | Technology
We'd be delighted to help you sir. But first we will need your password...
Matthew Crawt

Seven Awesome iPhone Tricks

Matthew Crawt | June 28, 2016 | Technology
You would have thought that everyone would already be aware of all the tricks and tips but this isn't necessarily the case. In fact, there are a number of different iPhone tricks that not many people are aware of so hopefully this will help you to enjoy your experience even more!
Stephanie R. Caudle

Could Smartphones Make You A Smarter Driver?

Stephanie R. Caudle | June 28, 2016 | Technology
More companies are investing in ways to make smartphones safer for drivers while lessening texting and driving. The potential benefits could mean the difference between life and death.
John Peterson

The Sticker Experiment

John Peterson | June 28, 2016 | Technology
It turns out that Americans of the modern age are no happier than you are. How could this be?
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