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How to Ensure Your Home Network is Properly Secured

By Caroline B

Home Wi-Fi networks have a way of presenting the illusion of security. People often get the feeling that because they’re on their own personal home network, that they are much less susceptible to being hacked or infiltrated. However, it’s astounding how easy it can be to get into these connections and capture copious amounts of […]

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Protecting Your PC

By Alexander Baron

On June 29, Windows 10 will be released. You can check out reviews of the new interface on YouTube including by the people who came up with it. You will quite likely have also received an invitation for a free upgrade. I am currently using Windows 7, and received one recently. The current version is […]

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NASA to Test a Flying Saucer

By Tim Sandle

On Wednesday June 3, NASA cleared for launch its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator test vehicle that will be carried by a high-altitude balloon for today, June 4 – launch will occur no earlier than 1:30 p.m. EDT(10:30 a.m. PDT/7:30 a.m. HST), live feed link is provided at the end of this article . The vehicle’s shape resembles […]

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Top Eight Technological Trends of 2015

By TLN

Technological innovations make our lives easier and satisfying. These are the common objectives that scientists have in mind when going about extensive experiments and research. Aside from the obvious financial profits from technological products and services, it is undeniable they enrich our lives. In the past ten years, the world witnessed a great leap […]

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Building The World’s Fastest Car

By Tim Sandle

A team of technologists based in the U.K. is constructing a car that will be capable of reaching 1,000 miles per hour (1,600 kpm). If successful, “Bloodhound” will be the first vehicle capable of reaching that speed on land. The super-fast car is powered by a rocket bolted to a Eurofighter-Typhoon jet engine, according to BBC News. To […]

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Explore The Amazon Rainforest from Your Home

By TLN

The on service Google Street View, that is part of the Google Earth and Maps software, is a very useful and fascinating thing, because you can lo and see half of our planet from the comfort of your home. Most of the shots taken for the Street View are provided by specially designed Google cars […]

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What Will Law Enforcement Look Like 20 Years From Now?

By Tim Sandle

The American police had a difficult year in 2014. The deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, among others, have led to a review of how police forces operate and how they react with communities. The U.S. Government is keen to create a police department that is fit for the future. To help with this, […]

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Serious Laptop Computer Virus Alert

By Alexander Baron

We are often hearing scare stories about computer viruses and Trojans; if you think they are all hype, check out this article. There are devils out there who spend every moment of their waking lives dreaming up schemes to steal your personal information or simply trash your computer. Fortunately, there are angels as well, and […]

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Will Ericsson’s Lawsuit Block The Sales Of Apple Products In The USA?

By TLN

Friday was about Ericsson filing lawsuits and taking legal actions concerning some patent issues. While two complaints have been filed with the US International Trade Commission, seven lawsuits are filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against Apple. The former has alleged the latter over breaching 41 of its patents. […]

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