When it comes to storing your boat – whether in between outings or during the offseason – it’s important that you carefully think about security. In particular, you need to be cognizant of t... Read more
You might recall the first time you saw smart technology for the home. Whether it was a camera connected to your smartphone or a doorbell that tells you who’s at the door, you were probably... Read more
Wouldn’t it be nice if picking out a laptop were as simple as, say, selecting a bag of potatoes chips in the supermarket? Why is picking a laptop so challenging? For better or worse, your la... Read more
Ideally, a server room should be as clean as a whistle. Unfortunately, many server rooms start this way and then slowly spin out of control. If you want your servers to run as efficiently as... Read more
Music is something that transcends all borders and societal limitations. It can bring people together like nothing else in the world. A specific song can evoke feelings and emotions that you... Read more
As technology evolves, so does the cell phone market. From devices and network plans to software technology and purchasing patterns, everything about this massive industry is changing. So, w... Read more
For those of you who remember watching “The Jetsons” back in the day and drooling over all of the automation that was going to hit in the future, the time has finally come! At le... Read more
With all the new technology coming out of the woodwork, it can be challenging for parents or those raising kids to know what technology to bring into a child’s life and when that technology... Read more
No longer just a staple of science fiction, virtual reality is here—sort of. While the lion’s share of hotly anticipated VR devices like Oculus Rift aren’t going to be here until next year (... 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
This is your body on chairs: Electrical activity in the muscles drops â€” â€œthe muscles go as silent as those of a dead horse,â€ Hamilton says â€” leading to a cascade of harmful metabolic... Read more
Ever since I sold my Kindle, I’ve been set on buying a tablet computer to read books, long web articles, and watch video. I waited to hear what the newest offerings would be from Apple... Read more
I spend about 45 to 50 hours a week working on my computer. Up until a week ago, I did that work sitting on my ever-expanding behind. Last Monday I adjusted my desk to standing height (pictu... Read more
A few people have asked what I want/what they should give to nerds they love for the holidays, so here are a few ideas off the top: a DonorsChoose.org gift card (your recipient will get hand... Read more
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