After Google launched the first iteration of its personalized search feature way back in 2005, nothing would ever be the same. With this technology in place, internet users all over the worl... Read more
When Microsoft announced it would be releasing Windows 10 earlier this year, the buzz surrounding the announcement was firmly centered on four words: Windows as a Service. Now, a few months... Read more
Technology makes a lot of things easier, and one of the things it makes easier is staying plugged into work and busy all the time. And while this round the clock connection to work may make... Read more
IBM’s Watson is the new supercomputer that has the power to collect information, answer questions in daily conversations, and facilitate the understanding of data for businesses. Many might... Read more
When most people think about technology hubs in America, New York City and the Silicon Valley come to mind. However, those aren’t the only high-tech locations in the United States, and Atlan... Read more
YouTube was introduced with unprecedented potential in 2005. Just one year later, it was one of the fastest growing sites on the web with tens of thousands of new videos and hundreds of mill... Read more
As more and more Americans continue cutting the cord with cable, an interesting battle is being waged between different companies in the tech space. From Amazon to Google, everyone wants a p... Read more
Technology is arguably the largest and most rapidly advancing industry in the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy for big tech companies to stay at the top. Many of the older tech competi... Read more
Ever since the Facebook Like button was introduced in 2009, users have expressed a desire for a Dislike button, or something more than a single reaction option to a friend’s post. At last, t... Read more
After retaking the helm as CEO of Twitter last week, Jack Dorsey is making some big changes in an effort to push the company back in the right direction. He does so as stock prices have seen... Read more
Moving companies have been around since as early as the 19th century during the expansion of the transcontinental railroad. At that time, a typical “moving truck” consisted of a flatbed, hor... Read more
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