Data Everywhere: See the impact of the largest data breaches of the last 5 years

By Kat Kasel

Facebook recently experienced yet another data breach that exposed records of some 50,000 people. That seems to be the motif of the last few years in terms of online security. The number of data

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How Money Management Has Changed As It’s Intersected with Technology

By Aaron

No matter the year, the topic of personal finance is always at top of mind. Some work to live, others live to work, but no matter what — your money matters. It provides you

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Why Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe Herd is a Gender Equality Trailblazer in the Tech Industry

By Kat Kasel

Despite the fact that women make up over half of the world’s population, they are still drastically underrepresented in far too many areas of the workforce. This underrepresentation is particularly prevalent when it comes

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Verizon Comes Out on Top Despite Industry Changes

By Ben Lingen

As we all know, technology is constantly changing. After all, isn’t Apple’s entire business plan based on the constant cycle of buying the newest iPhone over and over again? Think about it, Apple releases

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Augmented Reality and Designing your Perfect Room

By Dan Hinckley

Augmented Reality has become a huge force in the way we see the world today. With the ability to superimpose a computer-generated image on a user’s view of the real world, augmented reality (AR)

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Adding Political Emoji’s To Your SMS Messages

By Kat Kasel

It’s officially an election year! You can now send your friends and families faces of political candidates via text message and social media. A series of emoji’s has been created by SimpleTexting, an sms

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Google Maps on Your iPhone 5

By Dan Hinckley

When Apple released the iPhone 5 and had it preloaded with their latest operating system iOS 6 many owners were surprised to find that the native Google Maps app they had become accustomed to

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Square, PayPal, and Other Payment Options for the iPad Mini

By Dan Hinckley

Anyone that has visited an Apple store recently will quickly notice that credit card transactions are completed through iPhone or iPod touch devices that each Apple employee holds. With a swipe of a card

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