Category: Technology

Things that go “beep.”

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The laws that are ruining the Internet

These laws were drawn up with the best of intentions. They were supposed to protect us. But, sadly, they’re being used for nefarious purposes.

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Climate change and big business: Action time

As the U.S. leaves the Paris Climate Accord, big business is stepping up to fill the gap. Sir Richard Branson and other leaders explained their strategy at the DS Virgin Innovation Summit.

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9 great mechanical keyboards for coders

Developers and system administrators spend all day at the keyboard. It behooves them to use the best one possible.

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Posted in HPE Insights Science Technology

Three batteries that could power our future

Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries won’t always be current. Here’s a look at three batteries to come.

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5 products that became tech roadkill

These five companies had good ideas for a technology that just might change the world or at least their corner of it. Here’s what went wrong, and how you can learn from their expensive errors.

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These awesome technologies just freakin’ disappeared. Here’s why.

Commercial skipping DVRs, we hardly knew ye and other tales of really good technology that vanished.

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20th century tech phrases that lost all their meaning

Technology is outpacing the language’s ability to evolve. Case in point: these analogies that bear only the slightest resemblance to the gizmos that spawned them.

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5 lessons IT can learn from ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’

Rogue One isn’t just a Star Wars story. It’s an information security story.

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A Neuroscientist Explains the Value of Augmented Reality

New innovations helps brands connect with fans.

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You’re Probably Censoring Yourself Online More than You Thought. Here’s Why

Depending on who you ask, Millennials are either overeager to share their personal details or more concerned than any other generation about online life. But there’s only one fact we know for certain about privacy and Millennials, says the latest study from the Pew Research Center: “[A] public life is the new default.”

This puts privacy, i.e., the freedom from unwanted intrusion, at risk.

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